Education Bureau Chief
Company: The Wall Street Journal
Location: New York
Posted on: December 4, 2019
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AmericasFull timeJob_Req_18210The Wall Street Journal is seeking an
experienced journalist to join its U.S. news leadership team in a
newly created position, Education Bureau Chief. The editor will run
the Journal's coverage of education, a subject about which we and
our readers care passionately.
The bureau covers all aspects of education from the college
admissions scandal to pre-K access, from new approaches to teaching
reading to issues of campus free speech.
The ideal candidate will bring both investigative drive and
narrative craft. The ability to spot memorable stories is a must. A
successful editor will have a great touch for engaging on all
platforms. The editor needs to love news and big, fast-breaking
news stories. This is a great opportunity for someone eager to be
part of the biggest stories of the day, while striving for deeply
reported narratives, investigations and enterprise journalism.
The editor needs to be a great manager and collaborator. The job
requires leading a team of reporters in New York as well as other
locations across the U.S.
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