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The Information Is Looking for Senior Editors

In the space of just six years, The Information has emerged as the leading business publication focused on the tech industry. With a 22-person editorial team in San Francisco, New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Washington, we have distinguished ourselves with hard-hitting and in-depth coverage of major tech and media companies. Our coverage isn’t driven by any agenda. Instead we go where the story takes us.

Now we are looking to expand our team by hiring two senior editors in the San Francisco bureau.

These are key roles at The Information. Our mission is to deliver stories every day that can’t be found elsewhere, ranging from deep dives into challenges facing individual companies and industries to interviews, data-driven stories and profiles. Our recent coverage has included exposes of SoftBank’s Vision Fund, the financial challenges facing Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Quibi, a deep dive into WeWork’s culture and Netflix’s internal battles over spending. We broke the story of sexual harassment in Silicon Valley, exposing venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck’s long history of harassing female entrepreneurs. We also publish smart analytical takes about the day’s news in tech which are published both on the site and through our mobile app.

We are looking for editors with experience covering technology and business and with superb feature editing skills. You will work closely with our founder and editor in chief Jessica Lessin, and other editors in New York and Seattle, guiding coverage.

This job offers the chance to make a difference at a publication that caters to a deeply engaged and influential audience. Our team has deep sources throughout tech and finance to help you nail big stories. Hailing from the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Bloomberg, our team includes several Pulitzer Prize winners. And we're just getting started.

We have excellent benefits, including:

  • Company-paid health coverage for employees and their dependents
  • A generous parental leave policy for new parents
  • Paid leave of three weeks or more
  • 401(k) and flexible spending plans
  • A gym and fitness stipend
  • Commuter benefits
  • A highly professional, inclusive, diverse workplace with a zero-tolerance policy for harassment 

If you are interested in applying, please send a resume to [email protected]

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