The Wall Street Journal is looking for an Audience Editor with digital-first thinking and a strong knowledge of multiple formats to bring a wider, more engaged audience to our journalism. You will help drive digital journalistic excellence within our Business coverage, helping to make sure our journalism reaches the widest possible audience in the most compelling way.
You will report to the Business Coverage Chief. While you will likely start the job working remotely, you will eventually be based in our New York office.
Create and execute digital publication plans for our most important journalism, coordinating across coverage, visuals, publishing, platforms and programming
Propose and help editors and reporters execute on ways to tell stories and engage with readers apart from traditional text, whether that's through live journalism, visuals, video and podcasts or other approaches.
Share audience insights from SEO and data editors with coverage leaders and assist them in mapping coverage plans
Track the success of our work across various KPIs. Be proactive about looking for ways to improve performance on everything we publish, every day.
Be comfortable working with data, which is a crucial part of the role to help surface newsroom insights and help the newsroom meet its audience goals.
Be embedded with a newsroom coverage group, participating in story planning and providing daily guidance on story performance, bringing data and other analysis to bear in real time.
Handle additional tasks that may include editing copy, planning and programming coverage, and other projects depending on your skills and coverage needs.
Enthusiasm for innovation and a commitment to honor the Journal's traditions while focusing on digital growth
Strong journalism experience with at least 5 years experience reporting or editing at a news organization.
Great communication skills and collaborative spirit.
Skills that go beyond writing and editing that may involve some combination of the following areas: data analysis, programming, product management, video or audio production, visual design and digital production.
To apply, please submit your resume, a cover letter explaining how you would approach the job.
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Business Area: NEWS/WSJ
Job Category: News/Editorial Group
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Req ID: 27970