Source Jobs publishes job listings for people who design interactive features, write code, and work with data in newsrooms.

Job listings

  • Head of Design at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    We want to reinvent investigative reporting — and we need you. OCCRP is looking for an experienced Head of Design to help us strengthen our approach to design across the board. We want readers of our investigations and users of our services to receive the best experience possible.

  • Product Designer at The Marshall Project

    Posted 1 month ago

    The Marshall Project seeks a Product Designer to join our growing product team. As a designer at The Marshall Project, you will work with the Director of Product to elevate our award-winning journalism through visual storytelling, communicate the value of our newsroom's work, and engage our audiences by improving our product offerings. There is no single ideal lab-designed candidate. We like complex people with unique backgrounds and a diverse set of strengths. You may be a print designer by training who pivoted to digital storytelling. You may be a creative technologist who enjoys dreaming up designs and also building them. You may be a journalist who parlayed their love of words into a passion for typography and information architecture.

  • Newsroom developer at San Francisco Chronicle

    Posted 1 month ago

    The San Francisco Chronicle newsroom has an immediate opening for an ambitious, versatile journalist with web development skills and a design eye to join our digital content team. The newsroom developer will be a creative programmer who pushes the boundaries of digital storytelling and builds stories and tools that are useful and interesting for our readers. We are looking for a digital journalist to work from conception to execution on short- and long-term projects, creating data visualizations, tools and projects for We need a self-starter with high standards who can collaborate well, has excellent communication skills, and is comfortable providing and taking feedback. Ultimately, we want to build a path to leadership for the successful candidate on a team whose mission is to bolster local journalism and strengthen the communities we serve.

Jobs on Source

  1. If you’ve already set up an organization profile on Source:

  2. If you don’t have an organization profile on Source, we can help you set one up or list a job for you:

Current page