The Wall Street Journal, Reporter - Pharmaceutical companies
The Wall Street Journal’s London corporate bureau is seeking an experienced, insightful reporter to cover the U.K. pharmaceutical industry. The U.K. is home to some of the world’s largest drug companies, such as GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca, along with a burgeoning array of biotech and research firms. British pharma is at the heart of many key global issues, from tax inversions and other cross-border mergers to the rise of health-care costs. The reporter in this role would be expected to break news on the beat and to work collaboratively with Journal colleagues around the region and the world. We’re looking for someone who can efficiently and intelligently turn out everything from Market Talks and spot-news items to second-fronters, extras and leders. The role requires a minimum of five years of reporting experience, with prior knowledge of pharma or health care appreciated but not necessary. Adeptness at conceiving graphics, using social media and appearing on video would be a plus.
To apply - Please send a CV and three examples of your work to the link below.
Please note only candidates requested for interview will be contacted.
Closing Date: Friday 14th November 2014