Introducing Source Jobs
Newsroom Code, Data, and Design Job Listings for All
Shortly after we conceived of Source, we realized that in addition to the articles and code index entries we knew we wanted to offer, we’d need to make profile pages for the people and news organizations who were writing the articles and making the code. Since then, those profile pages have become an informal record of the community’s vibrancy and variety, and we continue to add profiles by the double-handful each week.
Today, we’re launching Source Jobs, a new place to list jobs for the newsroom designers and developers already populating our Community section—and for the curious developers and designers who don’t yet realize that their future lies in journalism. As the global journalism-code community continues to grow, our goal is to offer a simple, scalable listings service that newsrooms can edit on their own.
Your Org Page Now Belongs to You
As of today, we’re also opening up organization pages to be managed by a designated person from each newsroom. That person will have the ability to list jobs, add and remove people from the organization’s listing when staffing changes occur, and edit organizational descriptions and other metadata. We’ve already added organization pages for newsrooms whose staff have published work on Source, but all news organizations doing the kind of work we highlight on Source are welcome to request one.
Editors, Start Listing Your Jobs
News apps and data editors, send us a note to get the keys to your page, or to request a page if your newsroom doesn’t yet have one. Once you have access to an organization page, you can start listing jobs, which will appear on your org page as well as in our main job listings section.
Developers & Designers, Find a Newsroom Job
Each job listing includes a direct contact person you can get in touch with to learn more, as well as a link to a more detailed listing on the news org’s own site, if one exists.