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Job Locations GBR-LONDON
Dow Jones is seeking a reporter to join its London-based team focused on Market Talk, a stream of real-time analysis and insight for professional customers.   Market Talk is a unique Dow Jones product offering smart, short-form analysis of movements in equities, bonds, currencies, economics and commodities.   Market Talk reporters also send headlines on market movements, produce summaries of Market Talks that speak to a particular market trend or which relate to coverage of a significant event.   The Market Talk product consists of punchy, real-time items in English in 100 words or fewer. Writing good Market Talks requires strong relationships with analysts and traders and a deep understanding of day-to-day market dynamics.   Successful candidates will have very strong written English, be able to work in an extremely fast-paced environment and have the ability to draw out smart analysis from ongoing market moves. Strong numeracy, communication and team-work skills are a must.   Familiarity with cross-asset class strategy and funds, or candidates with some knowledge of bond or currency markets, or both, would be an advantage.    Please note only successful candidates will be contacted   The job reports to the Market Talk Editor, based in The News Building.   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-31070
Job Function
News/Editorial
Job Locations SGP-SINGAPORE
Job Description The role of the Research Editor is to research, record and update details on politically influential people in countries all round the world. These details are required for the Dow Jones Watchlist database, a global reference database of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs).   The Research Editor is required to use a range of relevant electronic and non-electronic published sources for each country he/she is researching, including government websites, sources carried on Dow Jones own products and locally published biographical directories.   In extracting data from these sources, the Research Editor must adhere to a set of guidelines on PEP selection and the level of personal details required. The Research Editor is expected to deliver the most comprehensive coverage possible of specific professional groups while taking care to exclude detail outside the brief. The Research Editor is also responsible for verifying the accuracy of the material he/she and other team members are adding to the database and must follow an established set of procedures to do so.   The role of the Research Editor is also to keep the PEP Database up to date by continual scanning and extraction from known information sources and by on-going monitoring for new sources.   Business Background Dow Jones’ Risk and Compliance business provides a comprehensive response to financial regulations by offering global, accurate, up-to-date information on people and companies -- enabling customers to meet regulatory guidelines, perform enhanced due diligence, control money laundering and illicit payments, and manage risk across their business.   The Risk and Compliance division is part of Dow Jones Data Strategy which produces leading databases, electronic media, newsletters, conferences, directories, webinars, custom publications and other information services on specialized markets and industry sectors.    Key Responsibilities: - Use a range of relevant electronic and non-electronic published sources for each country he/she is researching, including government websites, sources carried on Dow Jones own products and locally published biographical directories. - Extract data from the above mentioned sources, and adhere to a set of guidelines on PEP selection and the level of personal details required. - Deliver the most comprehensive coverage possible of specific professional groups while taking care to exclude detail outside the brief. - Verify the accuracy of the material he/she and other team members are adding to the database and must follow an established set of procedures to do so. - Keep the PEP Database up to date by continual scanning and extraction from known information sources and by on-going monitoring for new sources  Knowledge/Skills/Experience Required: - Strong knowledge of (and interest in) international affairs - Fluency in Chinese and English is essential. An additional language is an advantage. - Understanding of the political landscape in China, Hong Kong and Macao. - Research or editorial experience with web searching skills - Tenacity and ingenuity in the pursuit of sources - Good organizational skills - Education to degree level - Keyboard skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office - Excellent proof reading skills and the ability to handle large volumes of information - Ability to work to deadlines - Ability to work as part of a team - Ability to build and maintain good working relationships - Positive outlook on change, self-motivated, flexible and adaptable to work outside a traditional office environment If this position matches your experience, skills and motivations please submit your CV and a covering letter detailing why you feel you are suitable for the role.   https://internationalcareers-dowjones-newscorp.icims.com/jobs/31059/job   (Only short-listed candidates will be notified)   *LI-JA   
Requisition ID
2018-31059
Job Function
Data/Content
Job Locations ITA-ROME
Bureau Chief, Southern Europe   The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced journalist to take on the role of bureau chief for Southern Europe. This chief would lead a team of reporters covering a broad and diverse range of issues across Italy, Iberia, Greece and the Vatican.   The bureau requires a versatile, ambitious leader who can direct coverage of everything from Greece’s economic travails to Spain’s Catalan independence drama and Pope Francis’ leadership of the Catholic Church. Candidates need to have the breadth and flexibility to toggle among a wide range of topics – from banking and corporate news to politics, economics and general news. Also critical is the ability to manage reporters in remote offices.   We need someone with a proven track record of executing a wide range of storytelling, particularly the Journal’s new, digital-first story formats, and a demonstrated ability to land ambitious enterprise stories. The job requires close cooperation with other bureaus in the region and a talent for stitching together broad, Europe-wide stories. The position is based in Italy.    Please note only successful candidates will be contacted   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-31056
Job Function
News/Editorial
Job Locations ISR-RAMAT HASHARON
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a dogged and perspicacious correspondent to cover Israel and the Palestinian Territories and the broader Middle East. The reporter would be expected to bring new insights to a heavily scrutinized conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, but also to keep a sharp eye out for surprising stories to tell beyond the tense co-existence of these two neighbors. One of the more alluring subjects is Israel’s warming ties with a historically hostile Arab world; another is Israel’s booming technology sector spinning off leading global firms; and yet another is the Trump administration’s intimate relationship with Israel and its prime minister, who is fighting for his political life. The correspondent would be expected to engage in coverage beyond Israel as part of the Journal’s Middle East bureau. Hostile environment reporting is desired but not essential, as is Hebrew or Arabic.
Requisition ID
2018-31043
Job Function
News/Editorial
Job Locations GBR-LONDON
Financial News is looking for aspiring journalists to join its new internship scheme.   The successful candidate will spend three months in FN's London newsroom learning from the best team in financial journalism.   The programme will offer candidates the chance to rotate through FN's different desks, from the online breaking news team to the print production team. We aim to provide a hands-on experience with plenty of opportunities to do real reporting, write and produce content for FN's online and print publications.   The successful candidate would have recently graduated from an undergraduate or postgraduate course, have a keen interest in news and knowledge of financial markets and business.   Financial News is an award-winning news outlet, providing must-have news and features to its readers and unrivaled access to the most important people impacting the City. Recent big interviews include those with Nigel Farage, Yanis Varoufakis, Sergio Ermotti, Lord Myners, Gina Miller and Sir Vince Cable.   Role Requirements: -  Undergraduate or above degree in either journalism, communications, business, finance or economics - Working knowledge of Word, Excel. Knowledge of Wordpress, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and similar programmes highly recommended. Knowledge of podcasts, video production and social media highly recommended - Absolutely fluent in English *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-31042
Job Function
Office Administration
Job Locations HKG-HONG KONG
We are now seeking a high caliber candidate to join the APAC Finance team and fill the following vacancy based in Hong Kong.   Finance Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis   Responsibilities: - Business partner for the Circulation department across APAC - Responsible for financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, management reporting, and analyzing financial results. - Assist in continuous improvement of management information and planning systems and processes used by Finance and other business departments to meet changing requirements - Prepare and present variance analyses, ad hoc reports, and provide insightful recommendations. - Assist in the co-ordination and management of internal and external audits incl. BPA. - Work closely with the business heads on regular business reviews, focusing on monthly forecasts, market trends, monitoring and evaluating business performance etc. - Co-ordinate with counterparts in DJ HQ and gain mutual business understanding within the matrix management structure. - Develop and establish strategic tools for business e.g. Management Dashboard, focusing on key business drivers. - Review month-end results and work closely with the Financial Accounting team to improve process/resolve any booking issues.   Requirements: - Degree holder in Accounting/Finance or Business Administration, and/or member of an international accounting association. - 5 years’ experience in multi-national companies preferred, with at least 3 years hands-on working experience in financial planning, management reporting and analysis. - Experience in media or subscription business preferred but not essential. - Excellent communication skills to interact with colleagues from different seniority levels. - Good presentation skills, strong analytical mind and problem solving techniques. - PeopleSoft and TM1 knowledge and experiences strongly preferred. - Fluent English required; Cantonese or Mandarin an advantage. - Excellent skills in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.   Dow Jones offers an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies. We invite interested candidates to submit in confidence a cover letter and detailed resume stating your qualifications, contact details and current and expected via:   https://internationalcareers-dowjones-newscorp.icims.com/jobs/31035/job   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-31035
Job Function
Finance
Job Locations USA-NJ-PRINCETON
Senior Software Engineer We are looking for a creative and passionate Senior Software Engineer to shape the future of our Global Content Management System (CMS). You’ll be part of a growing technology team where everyone has the opportunity to create and advance new ideas and to shape the future of our company by building game-changing software. Our engineers play a critical role in all stages of the product lifecycle, so we look for people who crave ownership, enjoy solving the hard problems and have the initiative to fix things that aren’t working.   Responsibilities: - As part of a cross-functional software team, be a critical part of the effort to create a new set of systems and tools that will power our digital properties. The effort includes developing the appropriate architectural approach and working with the News teams on defining the requirements required to create and evolve systems to produce our market-leading products. - Participate and lead technical discussions about technology, infrastructure and consider the pros/cons of a technology choice based on business value, scalability, maintainability and project delivery performance. - Support Dow Jones technical and cultural values and drive toward solutions independently, seeking feedback when appropriate. - Maintain and share knowledge in emerging technologies and tools in the industry. - Be able to prioritize and manage work, and adhere to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment. Basic Qualifications: - 4+years experience with PHP or Perl, JavaScript, JSON, REST, HTML, and CSS. - Experience with React implementations of Semantic UI, Bootstrap, or Material UI a plus. - Experience with node.js, React and Redux and a willingness to move to these technologies. - Experience with JavaScript linting/unit testing. - Experience building efficient build and deployment systems using automated tools, like Maven. - Experience with SQL databases with experience with MySQL a plus. - Proven understanding of Computer Science fundamentals including web development, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, test driven development and domain driven design. Preferred Qualifications: - BS/MS in Computer Science. - Exposure to Docker, AWS or other cloud or container based application deployment is a plus. Dow Jones is a global provider of news and business information, delivering content to consumers and organizations around the world across multiple formats, including print, digital, mobile and live events. Dow Jones has produced unrivaled quality content for more than 130 years and today has one of the world’s largest newsgathering operations globally. It produces leading publications and products including the flagship Wall Street Journal, America’s largest newspaper by paid circulation; Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch, Financial News, DJX, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dow Jones Newswires, and Dow Jones VentureSource. Dow Jones is a division of News Corp (NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV).
Requisition ID
2018-31034
Job Function
IT Development
Job Locations USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a digital editor for its multi-platform Future of Everything brand which covers innovation, technology, science and culture across a wide range of business and social domains. The successful candidate will assign, edit and occasionally write stories for the Future of Everything print magazine and and oversee digital publication including original content complementing the print magazine. The candidate must have extensive experience commissioning, editing and assembling digital journalism, with strong visual and presentation skills, a large network of freelance contributors, and a gift for collaborating with art directors, photo editors and news staff.   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2018-31023
Job Function
News/Editorial
Job Locations KOR-SEOUL
We are now seeking a high caliber candidate to fill the following vacancy in Seoul, Korea.   Intern -- Seoul bureau   The Wall Street Journal is seeking an undergraduate or graduate student who intends to pursue a career in journalism to work as an intern in the Seoul bureau. This is a paid internship which lasts for a three-month period. The position will focus heavily on newsgathering and reporting skills across print and online platforms.   Interns will work closely with reporters and editors to deliver prompt, accurate reporting of news, features and multi-media material. The intern may assist reporters and editors with story research and other assigned newsroom tasks. We are looking for self-starters who understand the needs of the publication’s growing readership on various real-time, online and print platforms.   Dedication to high journalistic standards is vital. Candidates must be able to work independently and under the pressure of deadlines. Fluency in English and Korean is a must. Knowledge of business, finance and North Korea are strongly preferred.   Dow Jones offers an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies. We invite interested candidates to submit a cover letter and detailed resume (including up to five published samples of your work), current and expected salary via:   https://internationalcareers-dowjones-newscorp.icims.com/jobs/30987/job     *LI-JA1-WSJ  
Requisition ID
2018-30987
Job Locations GBR-LONDON | ESP-BARCELONA
The London NewsPlus desk seeks a copy editor to join the team that compiles content for and manages the web-based front page for Dow Jones Newswires. Working on a shift-based system that includes some unsociable hours, the successful candidate will join two other editors who choose the best breaking news and analysis from across Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal and present them in summary form for market professionals. You will need to be comfortable working in a digital news environment and be able to make stories shine. The role includes compiling several market briefings, summaries and newsletters. Additionally, there will be opportunities to contribute to other Dow Jones platforms, such as wsj.com and WSJ City. You will have a sound understanding of financial markets and corporate news and some previous reporting experience.   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-30980
Job Function
News/Editorial
United by our ambitions, the Dow Jones Customer group will attract and retain customers by creating distinctive experiences and valued relationships for mutual profit. We work across all of the elite Dow Jones brands to appeal to a broad, high-level client base and provide a distinctive experience to each one. In addition, the group’s focus is on consistently providing excellent service and developing and nurturing valued, lasting relationships with our customers.   The primary role of the Customer Services team is to champion best practice in the objective governance of the contact centre provision and assessing the emerging risks and propose developments and improvements based on objective and evidence based information, such as agreed service levels and customer feedback.   What are my accountabilities? - Own a customer case by being the named case manager bringing the case to final conclusion - Provide excellent customer service to customers in a courteous, effective and timely manner to ensure resolution of escalation contacts - Maintain a high degree of customer service for all support queries and adhere to all service management principles and Service Level Agreements - Handle customer second-line inquiries to resolution, following escalation from the first line teams - Investigate and resolve account queries. - Promote the products and services of Dow Jones brands - Perform administrative functions as may be required in order to fulfill member requirements - Updating client accounts - Troubleshooting of some technical incidents and problems including basic Apps, device and subscription problems. - Escalate unresolved cases to management - Log all calls in the SalesForce Service Management Console - Support the maintenance of an active and usable knowledge base - Work as an intermediary between members and 3rd party suppliers, where required - Have a confident and assertive manner - Act as an internal voice of the customer - Work collaboratively with a variety of internal stakeholders, including technology, finance and editorial What do you need from me? - Experience as part of a busy customer services team - Knowledge of SalesForce - Fluency in both English and one/more of the following languages: Russian (Written and Verbal) - Being computer literate with a basic technical knowledge of and competence in websites, smartphones and tablets - Handling customer queries - Providing excellent customer service - Excellent written and verbal English communication skills - Being professional and flexible - Resolving problems - Positive and driven to succeed in a customer service environment - Managing multiple tasks and used to working in a target-driven environment - Excellent organisational and administrative skills - Looking for a long-term career in customer services - Recognition that operational roles of this nature may involve some element of weekend oversight, plus unscheduled incident and crisis management. What we offer? In return, we offer a professional, progressive and multicultural environment for you to grow both personally as well as a wide range of benefits offered by a global company.   How do you apply? If you feel that this position matches your skills, experience and motivation please submit your CV.    Please note only candidates requested for interview will be contacted.     *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-30964
Job Locations ESP-BARCELONA
Role The Manager, Company & Executive Data is part of the Data Strategy’s Data & Content Management team, which contains our Company & Executive, Market Data, VentureSource and Content teams. The Manager will work closely with Director, Company & Executive Data, Vice President of Operations and Data Strategy’s Strategic Services teams, including Quality and Content Strategists.   Responsibilities - Leading the Company & Executive data team. - Suggesting improvements to the processes, tools and data relating to company information. - Effectively communicating changes to the processes, tools & data. - Assisting the  Director, Company & Executive Data to implement special projects. - Actively participating in meetings/events relating to company data either with, or in place of, the Director, Company & Executive Data. - Excellent research & analytical skills. Ability to use online tools to extract key information. - Attention to detail. - Adaptability & willingness to learn new skills. - Ability to manage, lead and motivate a team. - Good organisational skills. The candidate must be able to track, prioritise and assign tasks in order to meet business needs and achieve Data Strategy goals. - Proficiency in spreadsheet and database applications. - Good interpersonal and communication skills. - Self-motivation, flexibility and adaptability. - Knowledge of online information products. - Managing Companies data and mapping to ensure Dow Jones company information is accurate and up-to-date, in partnership with other Company & Executive Data managers. - Ensuring that customer queries are handled correctly and in a timely fashion. - Develop and nurture potential employees, provide knowledge sharing and learning opportunities across the group.   Skills & Experience - Supporting and capable of conveying change - Experience managing complex workflows, including hands-on operational experience - Expert knowledge of DJ company and executive data required - Top notch organizational skills - Great interpersonal skills required - Excellent research & analytical skills. Ability to use online tools to extract key information. - Attention to detail. - Adaptability & willingness to learn new skills. - Ability to manage, lead and motivate a team. - Ability to handle large volumes of information and to work to deadlines. - Fluent in English     *DSTransformation
Requisition ID
2018-30963
Job Function
Data/Content
Job Locations GBR-LONDON
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a seasoned editor or senior reporter to take on the role of Energy Editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This chief will lead a team of reporters covering a broad range of energy- and mining-related topics. That includes some of the world’s biggest oil and mining firms, like Shell, BP and Glencore, as well as key state actors like Saudi Aramco and Russia’s Rosneft. OPEC coverage is core for the group. We need someone with a track record of driving the widest range of storytelling, including new, digital-first story formats. We want scoops, investigative projects, news analysis and long-form journalism that reveals and analyzes with the broadest sweep the key players and pressures shaping these businesses. The job requires global cooperation in the extreme, working with energy- and mining-focused editors and reporters across Europe, in the U.S., the Mideast, Africa, Latin America and Asia. While the focus of the group is on our core corporate coverage, this chief will need a highly ecumenical approach since the group also works extensively with reporters and editors from the Journal’s markets and world parishes.  This position is based in London. If you're interested, please alert your editor and then reach out to Chip Cummins, Jamie Heller and Thorold Barker.   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2018-30958
Job Locations JPN-TOKYO
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a fulltime translator to translate a wide range of English-language articles into Japanese. The candidate will be expected to quickly and accurately translate stories on business and financial issues. The candidate should have a strong command of English and Japanese, in-depth knowledge of core subject matters and strong writing skills, especially in Japanese. Experience in journalism is a plus.   Dow Jones offers an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies. We invite interested candidates to submit a cover letter and detailed resume (including up to five published samples of your work), current and expected salary via:   https://internationalcareers-dowjones-newscorp.icims.com/jobs/30957/job     *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2018-30957
Job Function
News/Editorial
Job Locations HKG-HONG KONG
The Conference Sales Manager will be responsible for introducing the portfolio of Wall Street Journal C-Suite memberships and conferences to an assigned territory comprised of large and strategic corporations and PR firms/agencies. The successful candidate will discover, build and maintain strong relationships in the corporate market.  He / she will work closely with corporate communication executives as well as  internal and external PR executives to convey the value and benefits of Wall Street Journal C-Suite membership and conferences for the entire organization.  This essential role contributes valuable revenue to the conferences team and also delivers circulation in WSJ Digital subscriptions.   With the goal to set up face-to-face meetings with C-suite Executives, PR Firms/Agencies, corporate communications and marketing executives, the sales representative will be expected to build a pipeline through successful outbound calls and email communications.  The primary audience is corporate communications, marketing and offices of C-level executives and through telephone and in-person meetings, the sales representative must gain an understanding of their objectives and position C-Suite membership and conference attendance as solutions to address them.  This work will involve aggressive prospecting to increase our memberships.   Additionally, the sales representative will build consensus among external and internal groups to promote Conferences and Events.  The sales representative will be responsible for providing feedback regularly and participating in special projects where needed.  This includes gathering intelligence about their market and suggesting custom strategies, communicating actions and sharing best practices with the team.  This role involves collaborating with DJ teams to grow memberships overall.   This is a fixed term contract position.    Who is my manager? Director, Professional Sales   What do you need from me? - Extensive years sales experience.  Experience selling to PR Firms/Communications contacts in the conferences/events space, preferred. - College degree (or equivalent), preferably in marketing, communications, or a business discipline. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proven presentation skills.  Includes ability to speak effectively with all levels of management. - Excellent time management and organizational skills required. - Excellent interpersonal skills. Understands how to work with different people and different working styles across the organization and inside member companies. - Positive, energetic and dynamic self-starter. - Ability to convey a sense of urgency. - Ability to work with a sense of urgency. - Ability to organize and prioritize tasks and meet deadlines. - Resourceful style; willingness to take initiative, manage multiple tasks and projects at a time. - Sets a strong example for others by working collaboratively, and in a congenial, professional manner. How do I apply?   Dow Jones offers an exceptional opportunity to work for one of the world’s leading financial and business news companies. We invite interested candidates to submit in confidence a cover letter and detailed resume stating your qualifications, contact details and current and expected salary via our Career Site.   Only shortlisted candidates will be notified   *LI-JA        
Requisition ID
2018-30956
Job Locations GBR-LONDON
CONFERENCES EXECUTIVE SALES REP   The Conferences Sales Representative will be responsible for introducing the portfolio of Wall Street Journal C-Suite memberships and conferences to an assigned territory comprised of large and strategic corporations and PR firms/agencies. The successful candidate will discover, build and maintain strong relationships in the corporate market.  He / she will work closely with corporate communication executives as well as  internal and external PR executives to convey the value and benefits of Wall Street Journal C-Suite membership and conferences for the entire organization.  This essential role contributes valuable revenue to the conferences team and also delivers circulation in WSJ Digital subscriptions.   With the goal to set up face-to-face meetings with C-suite Executives, PR Firms/Agencies, corporate communications and marketing executives, the sales representative will be expected to build a pipeline through successful outbound calls and email communications.  The primary audience is corporate communications, marketing and offices of C-level executives and through telephone and in-person meetings, the sales representative must gain an understanding of their objectives and position C-Suite membership and conference attendance as solutions to address them.  This work will involve aggressive prospecting to increase our memberships.   Additionally, the sales representative will build consensus among external and internal groups to promote Conferences and Events.  The sales representative will be responsible for providing feedback regularly and participating in special projects where needed.  This includes gathering intelligence about their market and suggesting custom strategies, communicating actions and sharing best practices with the team.  This role involves collaborating with DJ teams to grow memberships overall.     REQUIREMENTS   - Extensive years sales experience.  Experience selling to PR Firms/Communications contacts in the conferences/events space, preferred. - College degree (or equivalent), preferably in marketing, communications, or a business discipline. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proven presentation skills.  Includes ability to speak effectively with all levels of management. - Excellent time management and organizational skills required. - Excellent interpersonal skills. Understands how to work with different people and different working styles across the organization and inside member companies. - Positive, energetic and dynamic self-starter. - Ability to convey a sense of urgency. - Ability to work with a sense of urgency. - Ability to organize and prioritize tasks and meet deadlines. - Resourceful style; willingness to take initiative, manage multiple tasks and projects at a time. - Sets a strong example for others by working collaboratively, and in a congenial, professional manner.    *LI-JA1  
Requisition ID
2018-30955
Job Locations SGP-SINGAPORE
The Client Partner, Media Sales, is responsible for developing new and existing client relationships within the B2B sector with a view to delivering revenue targets by selling all Dow Jones consumer products and services and increasing client satisfaction and retention across all brand and media solutions including advertising, custom content and conferences. This role supports the Client Director and must be able to seek out and cultivate new business opportunities while creating the very best relationships with customers.   Responsibilities - Achieve and exceed revenue targets - Develop and execute an effective relationship management plan for new as well as existing clients that positions us as the partner of choice for media solutions and drives revenue growth via new business growth and greater share-of-wallet, through face-to-face interactions. - Own the client - proactively seek and create opportunities to establish a strong client relationship which leads to exceedingly high levels of retention and satisfaction. - Cultivate and maintain deep industry sector knowledge keeping abreast of industry trends and evangelize the value of Dow Jones products and solutions, proactively keeping clients abreast of new product offerings and product updates. - Qualify opportunities by quickly grasping a client's complex business subject matter, focusing on the key aspects, defining the vision for delivering strategic and tangible business value using Dow Jones products and solutions. - Work collaboratively with internal stakeholders and support teams to produce market-leading solutions and partnership proposals and reports in a timely manner. Skills & Experience - Min 3+ years client sales experience, with prior advertising sales experience preferred. - A demonstrated ability to build and maintain effective business relationships and provide high service level is essential. - Prior experience (ideally in Singapore) in selling B2B advertising, custom content and conference programs is preferred. - Positive, self-driven and motivated. - Industry sector understanding and/or interest is required. - Superior verbal and written communication skills are essential. - Excellent organizational and project management skills are required. - Strong one on one and group presentations skills are essential. - Knowledge of syndicated research and campaign performance metrics as sales tools. - Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing or Communications is highly preferred. - Knowledge of Microsoft and Google productivity applications. - Knowledge of Salesforce.com. - Willingness to travel. Dow Jones recruits high achievers, self-motivated and innovative thinkers and we offer an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies. Those of you who think that this could be your most exciting sales call of the day and know that you can make an immediate contribution to the success of Dow Jones in Asia, we want to hear from you!   We invite interested candidates to submit a cover letter and detailed resume stating your qualifications, contact details, current and expected salary to us.   **Please note only candidates requested for interview will be contacted**   *LI-JA1  
Requisition ID
2017-30951
Job Locations ESP-BARCELONA
Summer 2018 Data Strategy Internship   Our Data Strategy team collects and integrates our own proprietary data and third party licensed content – we process and integrate millions of articles a day from more than 32,000 news and business sources from nearly 200 countries in 28 languages, while also providing equity exchange data from 49 countries and over 80,000 listed instruments.   During this 10 week internship, you will work on a variety of projects and tasks assigned by and under the direction of managers in the Data Strategy organization. Among the projects our Data Strategy interns will work on in 2018 are the following:   - Projects to help ensure the smooth passage and timely delivery of content from providers ranging from The Wall Street Journal to social media sources. - Research related to customized reports and newsletters from online news content and publicly available records. - Content enrichment projects related to a variety of automated and rules-based systems used to categorize Dow Jones content. - Testing the accuracy and completeness of Dow Jones data related to companies, executives and financial markets. - Building and enhancing the content for Dow Jones Risk and Compliance   Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required: - We're looking for candidates who have just finished a bachelor's degree. Master students’ applications will also be considered - Solid research skills - Enjoys working with news and information, without necessarily the desire to write the news - Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications - Meticulous attention to detail - Exceptional verbal and written communication - In addition to English, other languages are a plus as you’ll deal with Data Strategy team members around the globe including Barcelona, London, Singapore and Shanghai (sorry, no travel required)   Application Requirements: - Resume - Cover letter - Either a YouTube video or 4-slide PowerPoint telling us how you believe data, hard facts, and numbers influence the world   Please note only successful candidates will be contacted
Requisition ID
2017-30948
Job Function
Internships
Job Locations SGP-SINGAPORE
An internship at Dow Jones is not only about you – what you contribute individually, but also about how you function, interact and thrive on a team. Here at Dow Jones we value interns: your fresh perspectives, differing approaches, and “hey, let’s give this a try” attitude. We need your skills, innovative ideas and unique backgrounds to help us navigate the ever changing media/ news landscape.   If you apply to one of our internship programs, you’ll be joining a group of highly entrepreneurial, driven and yet collegial news junkies. We live and breathe news. We are up for the challenge of re-thinking the news business. And we do this in an open plan office with lots of coffee and lots of teamwork.   Sound like you? Check out our 12-week internship programs from May to July!   Summer Internship – Data Strategy Singapore Data is the compass. We don't just do stuff here, we do the right stuff. We do the right stuff because we let data, hard facts, and numbers drive our strategy, our product development, and our way forward.   How we work: - Our Data Strategy team collects and integrates our own proprietary data and third party licensed content – we process and integrate millions of articles a day from nearly 33,000 news and business sources from nearly 200 countries in 28 languages, while also providing equity exchange data from 49 countries and over 80,000 listed instruments.   What you will be doing: - You will work on a variety of projects and tasks assigned by and under the direction of managers in the Data Strategy organization. Among the projects our Data Strategy interns will work on are the following: - Projects to help ensure the smooth passage and timely delivery of content from providers ranging from The Wall Street Journal to social media sources. - Research related to customized reports and newsletters from online news content and publicly available records. - Content enrichment projects related to a variety of automated and rules-based systems used to categorize Dow Jones content. - Testing the accuracy and completeness of Dow Jones data related to companies, executives and financial markets. - Building and enhancing the content for Dow Jones Risk and Compliance   Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required: - Working towards a bachelor's degree with at least one year of school successfully completed - Solid research skills - Enjoys working with news and information, without necessarily the desire to write the news - Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications - Meticulous attention to detail with exceptional verbal and written communication - In addition to English, other  Asian languages are desired as you’ll deal with Data Strategy team members around the globe including Europe and China   Click this VIDEO to watch our previous summer interns in action.   How do you apply? - If you feel that this exciting and fast paced position matches your skills, experience and motivation then please submit the following to https://internationalcareers-dowjones-newscorp.icims.com/jobs/29303/job. - Resume - Cover Letter. You should state the reasons on why you are passionate about research and data, and why this is so key to us as an organization on the letter   Application Deadline:  18 March 2018 (Sunday). Please note only candidates requested for interview will be contacted. Dow Jones: Powering The Professional World   *LI-JA
Requisition ID
2017-30947
Job Function
Internships
Job Locations ARE-DUBAI
Reporter, Dubai   The Wall Street Journal is seeking a skilled and enterprising reporter to follow the massive amount of money flowing from Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Persian Gulf, with an eye to revealing its effects on everything from financial markets and global business to geopolitics. Coverage of Saudi Arabia, how Riyadh’s money gives it economic and political influence and how the Saudi royal family earns and spends its money, will anchor the beat. A big part of the job too will be keeping tabs on the Persian Gulf’s sovereign wealth funds, whose assets are bigger than the annual economic output of Russia and Brazil combined.    We are looking for an intrepid journalist at home in different worlds. We need someone who can hobnob with private bankers and their wealthy clients, and extract impactful scoops and surprising enterprise features from them. The reporter will be our lead chronicler of the global rush to attract capital from the Persian Gulf and cover the IPO of theworld’s biggest oil producer, Saudi Aramco.    At the same time, we want someone who can delve into the dark corners of financing that has flowed from the Gulf and the funding of armed groups and proxies in conflicts ranging from Yemen to Syria to Iraq.   This job, based in Dubai, will be a high-profile one at the heart of the Journal’s foreign coverage. The successful candidate will have a track record of generating scoops and enterprise features while staying on top of news. Spoken Arabic is desirable but not essential.   *LI-JA1
Requisition ID
2017-30942
Job Function
News/Editorial

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