No Wukkas: Wall Street Journal Seeks Cultured Marketing Manager

By Nadine Cheung 

If you have an affinity for everything from fine dining to travel, the Wall Street Journal needs you. WSJ. magazine is in need of a marketing manager who can develop strategic solutions for the publication’s advertising clients.

In this role, you’ll create and execute client-focused marketing and promotional programs for all categories for the magazine. You’ll work to build effective relationships across the mag’s integrated sales teams; develop client presentations; marketing collateral; RFP responses; and custom solutions.


To be in the running, you’ll need three to five years of sales development and marketing experience in magazine or newspaper publishing. Those with a background in online or experience at an agency will be considered, too. Naturally, you should have demonstrated knowledge of print and online advertising sales, marketing and research. Team players with Powerpoint and InDesign experience are most wanted. Interested? Apply here.

Attend’s Career Circus on August 4 in New York City to find out where the jobs are, develop a career plan and engage with media peers and leaders.