The Wall Street Journal is looking for a journalist who relishes planning and participating in events, from conferences and breakfast briefings to webinars and conference calls.
You will be part of the Journal's expanding professional group, which serves professionals across multiple industries and roles with high-quality, targeted information. Events are an important part of the information we offer our professional readers. They are a way for us to present the latest thinking on business-critical topics through interviews and panels, but also to help share insights and opportunities among members.
We need a journalist who is conversant in multiple areas of business and finance, skilled at live interviews and eager to work collaboratively to help produce compelling events. You should be creative in looking for new content and formats that capture the attention of members. Gathering ideas from those professional members, both at the events and at other times, will be an important part of the job.
You will help design programming and find speakers for our events, and take part in some of them.
The position is based in New York and will require some travel. You will report to Nick Elliott, Head of Professional Products Innovation & Strategy.
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Business Area: NEWS/WSJ
Job Category: News/Editorial Group
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Req ID: 20184