The Washington Times is seeking an experienced, aggressive reporter to cover law enforcement, crime and the Department of Justice. We are looking for someone with a keen eye for stories and a flair for vivid, concise writing to produce a steady stream of daily articles and enterprise coverage. The successful candidate will be able to generate exclusive stories that change the agenda in Washington and the law enforcement dialogue across the country. The selected candidate must be a strong, fast writer who can quickly file stories to the website and then develop them to give readers additional insight. The individual also must be able to explain complex subject matter to a wide national readership audience.
We are looking for someone with at least five years of news reporting experience. Experience covering law enforcement issues or government is a plus. Occasional travel and non-standard working hours including evening, weekends, and holidays.