The Chinese online version of The Wall Street Journal (CWSJ) is looking for a web editor to join our Beijing office.
You will be a crucial and direct channel between WSJ and our Chinese audience. You will edit content for our CWSJ website and help manage several influential social media accounts.
Operate CWSJ’s website, update the homepage in time with translated stories and write accurate and attractive headlines and summaries.
Translate multimedia content, including charts, photo captions and video subtitles.
Participate in various CWSJ projects to engage and expand the audience.
Help manage CWSJ's social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Previous work experience in journalism or financial news editing
A bachelor's or master's degree in English, journalism, finance or economics.
Comprehensive knowledge of finance, markets and business news with a good understanding of our audiences’ interests.
Excellent English comprehension skills and command of written and spoken Chinese.
Organizational skills and an ability to prioritize your work.
A desire to work as part of a collaborative team
The job reports to the editor of CWSJ. To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for the position.
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Business Area: NEWS/WSJ
Job Category: News/Editorial Group
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Req ID: 24765