The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram seeks an outstanding, accomplished journalist to direct business news coverage. We are an ambitious news organization with high standards and a talented staff, and we need a superb journalist to help lead our efforts. We aim to do it all – breaking news, compelling narratives, major investigations, data-driven journalism with engaging interactives. For the right candidate, this is a fantastic opportunity. But you must be able to juggle a lot: big enterprise stories, medium-length dailies and quick breaking news. You will oversee major projects and may be called upon occasionally to help produce special news sections. The business editor supervises five reporters and works closely with the other assignment editors, web editors and visuals editors. There is a heavy emphasis on getting breaking news to readers’ mobile devices and laptops as soon as it happens, but we also have a huge appetite for strong, exclusive enterprise journalism. We care deeply about beautiful writing, but our news organization’s defining characteristic is watchdog journalism. The right candidate for this position possesses all of these qualities: You work with reporters as each story is conceived and throughout its development. You enjoy working collaboratively with your own staff and with other editors. You are as concerned with the depth of big Sunday stories as you are with getting breaking news posted quickly. You ask a lot of questions and prosecute stories. You think visually. You see interactive and multimedia potential in every idea. You monitor coverage in other publications. You recognize the value of social media, and you engage with it. You work with a sense of urgency. You give regular feedback to your staff. You are committed to diversity, inclusion and equity efforts.