The Wall Street Journal is looking for video journalists to join its YouTube video team. Video journalists in this group produce a mix of topical videos on specific subject areas, original features and series ranging from three to eight minutes in length. You should have a professional background in video journalism, demonstrate exceptional story development and scriptwriting and have experience with shooting and editing. A deep familiarity with YouTube and social video are essential. We are looking for video journalists who are excited about pitching, developing, reporting and writing scripts and shooting and editing videos. This is a new team, so we’re looking for journalists who can juggle tasks and projects and thrive in a dynamic environment. You will also collaborate across the Journal's newsroom. Please note, this is not an entry-level position, and it is not a position producing documentaries. You should be able to show successful executions of timely news projects and longer-lead formats.