Experienced journalists who are fluent in English can apply for this position in Egypt.
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to join its team in Cairo and cover change in North Africa.
The bulk of the job would focus on Egypt as the region’s most populous country, but stories may extend to cover Libya and/or Tunisia. The WSJ is also looking for a versatile journalist who can range widely across the entire Middle East, jumping into stories in the Gulf, Levant and beyond when needed.
The reporter will work closely with colleagues in other regions, notably Washington, to identify how the events in North Africa fit into a bigger geopolitical picture.
Applicants should have foreign reporting experience, ideally from the region, as well as working knowledge of Arabic or French. Hostile environment training is also desirable.