The Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced and enterprising journalist to work as a correspondent in its Moscow bureau. We are looking for an accomplished candidate who can report and write ambitious stories on Russia's economy, politics and people. This is a job for someone who wants to dig into Russian business and markets as well as cover general and political news. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has put it at odds with the West as international relations veer toward a new Cold War. An important focus will be the impact of international sanctions on the Russian economy and its population as well as Moscow’s efforts to counter their effects. We want a reporter who can write intelligently about central bank policy and bring to life the country’s powerful business people. Delving deeply into the economic underpinnings of Russian power will be key to mastering this beat. We want a team player equally capable of dominating breaking news and delivering deeply reported narratives.