New York Times Deputy Editor in New York, New York

Job Description

The International Desk is seeking a Deputy-level editor to join its leadership team. The job is based in New York but will involve some travel to our hubs in London and Hong Kong or to bureaus around the world.

The position requires impeccable news judgment and knowledge of world affairs, as well as demonstrated ability to run breaking news stories and enterprise projects and lead teams. We need a strategic, digital-first thinker who can help manage the international desk’s sprawling staff and support the international editor’s ambitions for changing the report’s footprint and growing audience.

The editor would help drive our global report, representing international in meetings and conversations with the masthead, and regularly be on call for consultations at night as well as on weekends and holidays. He or she would also advise and support the international editor in personnel decisions, including recruitment, training, deployment and career development.

The job requires sensitivity to the hardships and challenges facing our correspondents and their families, who live in unpredictable and sometimes dangerous situations.The ideal candidate must be comfortable working in and leading collaborative teams across diverse disciplines, eager to experiment with new story forms and invent future ones, and have experience running all aspects of a story, from conception to promotion.

It is really important that this editor share the mission of the International Desk, to bear witness, question authority, give voice to the voiceless and help explain a complicated, interconnected world to our readers.

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