At The Wall Street Journal, we have a team of strategy leaders who work directly with reporters and editors to drive digital excellence. These editors recently dug deeply into more than a year’s worth of Journal coverage to identify what most resonates with our audiences. The Journal produces an incredible amount of terrific work every week. Our goal is to make sure it connects with as many people as possible.
We spent two weeks reading and tagging a random sample of 7,000 articles to give us a useful and tangible sense of what’s working. …
The Wall Street Journal is growing in exciting ways. We lead in journalism, breaking more stories than our peers, and we lead in audience trust, consistently coming in as the number one trusted news outlet in the country.
We are increasingly leading in digital innovation and product experience as well. As the recent award for General Excellence that the Journal received from the Online News Association says:
The Wall Street Journal accelerated its digital experimentation this year with the creation of new tools, products and engagement experiments, while exploring new forms of storytelling and creating ground-breaking partnerships.
Few places are investing as much as the Journal is in growing great teams, so if you are intrigued, check out our jobs…
The product, design and engineering team at the Wall Street Journal is hiring. We’re in the midst of big changes here, and we’re looking for the brightest minds to help us tell stories across platforms, build tools for the newsroom and keep our sites safe and secure. It’s an exciting time to join the WSJ. Please reach out to CTO Rajiv Pant with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Web Software Developer
As part of a cross-functional agile software team, you will design, implement,and maintain our web applications in a highly collaborative environment. Apply here.
Two roles working on our content management system: