The Boston Globe is looking for a Washington Bureau Chief to oversee a team of four accomplished reporters in a bureau well-known for its strong, enterprising work. In the past, the Globe has won two Pulitzer Prizes for Washington coverage, and as recently as last year, the current group shared the prestigious Toner Prize for national political reporting. Boston and Washington have a deeply symbiotic relationship. The airline shuttles that go back and forth every hour were filled, pre-pandemic, with people shaping national policy and politics. Our leaders often figure prominently in presidential campaigns, hold positions of authority on Capitol Hill, serve as cabinet secretaries, and have outsized roles in the lobbying, public strategy, and communication shops that drive so much of DC life. Our policies are frequently the foundation for national debates. Our readers are sophisticated and politically savvy, and as such, take Washington coverage seriously. So do we.