Wall Street Journal Seeks National-Security News Editor

By Nadine Cheung Comment

Here’s a journalism opening you don’t want to miss. The Wall Street Journal is on the hunt for a national-security news editor to work from its D.C. office.

In this role, you’ll manage a group of reporters in the Washington bureau, who cover national-security issues such as foreign policy, defense, intelligence and counter-terrorism. You will guide daily coverage and edit news stories, while helping writers to think out of the box and execute broader feature stories.

To be considered, you’ll need to be an experienced journalist, who is conversant in national-security issues and trends. Naturally, you should have exceptional reporting and editing skills, but those with Web knowledge are most wanted, as you’ll be curating news for the U.S. and Asian and European editions for WSJ.com, too. Interested? Apply here.

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