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  • Graphics Editor at The Wall Street Journal

    Posted 4 days ago

    The Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced Graphics Editor to join an award-winning team of visual journalists to drive innovative storytelling with graphics, interactives and multimedia for print and digital, based in New York. The Graphics Editor will be responsible for directing visual stories covering some of the biggest business news stories, as well as pitching and creating visual stories. The Graphics Editor will report to the Visual Editor of the business news desk and make decisions and recommendations related to coverage priorities and assignments.

  • Audience Engagement Producer at The Markup

    Posted 4 days ago

    The Markup is looking for a full-time audience engagement producer to join our newsroom. The producer will present our public face and engage with and grow our audience on major social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as manage and help write our weekly email newsletter.

  • News Apps Developer/Graphics Freelancers at ProPublica

    Posted 1 week ago

    ProPublica is looking for developer/journalists who are available for projects from now until March of 2020 to help cover for a team member. We need help with short-term graphics, news apps and general data scraping and transforming.

  • Senior Developer at Princeton Gerrymandering Project

    Posted 1 week ago

    We’re a small team doing big things. We’re looking for an experienced full-stack engineer to join our team as a Senior Developer to help us build tools to fight gerrymandering. The person in this role will be an engineer that leads development of our tools and websites. You’ll work closely with our data and policy experts as we build OpenPrecincts, a repository of precinct-level geographies linked with census and voting information, as well as other tools.

  • Data Editor at Reveal

    Posted 1 week ago

    We’re looking for a creative and collaborative data editor to lead Reveal’s data journalism efforts. Our ideal applicants have five or more years of experience in data journalism, including statistical analysis and reporting stories from data, and some experience in programming. For this position, which will report to the lead investigative editor, we’re seeking candidates who set rigorous standards; are passionate about editing, training, sponsorship and mentorship; and are energized by managing a team of experienced and dedicated data reporters. As an investigative newsroom, we prize candidates with a robust portfolio of investigative projects and are familiar with the particular demands of this reporting, including a thorough grounding in public records resources.

  • Graphic designer at San Francisco Public Press

    Posted 1 week ago

    We are seeking an experienced graphic designer to lay out the print newspaper every three months, provide visual design oversight of the redesigned website and enhance the organization’s visual branding across all media. This seasonal, contract position is an opportunity to work with a stellar team to craft a high-quality print publication.

  • Managing editor at San Francisco Public Press

    Posted 1 week ago

    We are seeking an experienced editor to lead a team of staff and freelance reporters in producing cutting-edge journalism about important local public policy issues. The full-time editor will oversee production of news on the web and in the print edition, as well as collaborate closely with journalists in the audio department.

  • Senior Visual Editor, politics at CNN

    Posted 1 week ago

    We are expanding our visual journalism team and are looking for a Visual Editor who will help pitch, edit, and execute visual storytelling on the web — from graphics and interactives to emerging storytelling forms like AR + motion graphics. The person in this role will work primarily with the politics team to help shape visual narratives and coverage, while also collaborating with a team of visual editors and journalists across the organization. This is a player/coach role, where you’ll have ownership over shaping story ideas while also being able to get hands on in building out projects. The position is based in DC and reports to the Director of Visual News.

  • Web Developer at Capital Public Radio

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Digital Products department at Capital Public Radio is a small team including a project manager, a user experience designer, and a front-end developer. We each wear a lot of hats. Our realm is “anything that isn’t broadcast.” For us that can mean the website, third-party services like our mobile app, and—potentially—rising platforms like smart speakers. Our team serves two groups, both our public audience and internal staff. We create stand-alone solutions to serve our public audience directly, such as player.capradio.org, and strive to improve their experience using our products. And we empower CapRadio staff, and provide the tools to help them reach and serve our audience better. As the web developer, your primary duties and responsibilities will be on the back-end of development and infrastructure. Typical tasks include creating a stored procedure to provide data to the CMS for a customized property, utilizing CMS-specific libraries to expose information for front-end rendering, creating a plan for media storage or optimizing site performance, ensuring up-time for the server, building a tool to automate a workflow process, participating in planning, and contributing your own ideas for improvements, features, or projects.

  • Developer at News Catalyst

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    News Catalyst is a two-year, grant-funded project, based at Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication that provides tools, fosters collaboration, and promotes experimentation in service of building digitally sustainable news organizations. The Developer will build the tools necessary to serve our mission of connecting journalists to essential tools, fill the technical gaps journalists face by collaborating on new solutions, and reinforce the open source journalism technology community by contributing to valuable projects.

  • Deputy Director, Product at News Catalyst

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    News Catalyst is a two-year, grant-funded project, based at Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication that provides tools, fosters collaboration, and promotes experimentation in service of building digitally sustainable news organizations. The Deputy Director of Product will lead News Catalyst’s efforts to inject the news industry with product thinking and new product development. A significant part of the job will be working with the Director of News Catalyst and Deputy Director of Technology to identify and lead one to three deep, hands-on product collaborations with news organizations per year.

  • Interactive Developer at Philadelphia Inquirer

    Posted 1 month ago

    Reporting to the Innovation Editor you will be part of a small, multi-disciplinary team of editors and developers dedicated to storytelling experimentation both on and off-platform. Team members work with reporters, editors, designers and developers to create rich story experiences on a wide variety of projects.

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