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  • South Asia Data Engineer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 4 days ago

    The Data Desk helps journalists get and make sense of the data they need to do their reporting. You will join a team of data specialists who use a variety of techniques to acquire, munge and analyse data needed for follow-the money-investigations. As the OCCRP network expands into South Asia, we are seeking an experienced data engineer to support our journalists, partners and projects in the region.

  • Interactive Data Journalist at The Economist

    Posted 1 week ago

    We are looking for two more interactive data journalists to join our London-based data team to help make our interactive charts and ensure that they look great, work perfectly on every device and can handle millions of users. Our new colleagues will help us design and build data-rich applications in D3.js and Svelte and work on serving models built in R. Above all, they will make sure our interactives are clear, well-designed, and convey a story to our readers.

  • Director of Product Management at Philadelphia Inquirer

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Director of Product will guide our product strategies across all our reader initiatives and platforms, including, mobile apps, live events, and newsletters. Overseeing a team of seven Product Managers, the Director will establish working processes, shape an overall product vision that unites our various workstreams, collaborate closely with design, engineering, and our Scrum practitioners to deliver updates to key stakeholders, and present both vision and tactics to broad groups within the company. This position reports to the Chief Technology and Product Officer.

  • Lecturer - Data and Computational Journalism at Howard Center for Investigative Journalism

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism is seeking someone with newsroom experience doing data journalism to join our full-time faculty. No previous teaching experience is required. The job involves teaching data or computational journalism courses and working on data-driven investigative projects with students, faculty and professional partners like National Public Radio, The Associated Press, USA Today, and others.

  • Data Editor at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    We are looking for an experienced data editor to work with our data team, editors and journalists around the world. You will scope out data-intensive projects for journalistic value and technical feasibility, and provide data support to large cross-border investigations.

  • Assistant Professor of Journalism at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications seeks a data journalist to join our team as a tenure-track professor to teach students in the Broadcast and Digital Journalism and the Magazine, News & Digital Journalism departments. This full-time position will support the Newhouse School’s goal of producing data-literate journalists who can write across media platforms. This hire will elevate the University’s national and international reputation in data journalism, further interdisciplinary collaboration, and enhance recruitment of outstanding students.

  • Research Consultant, Diversity in Publishing at PEN America

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    PEN America Seeks a consultant to research and write a report documenting how questions of race inflect the trade publishing process through the firsthand experiences of authors, editors, literary agents, publicists, and others within the book industry. The report will use storytelling and analysis to elaborate on the forces behind statistics that continue to demonstrate systemic underrepresentation of Blacks, Latinx, and members of other racial groups in the ranks of publishing personnel and published authors. This project aims to offer a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the hurdles to full participation of writers and publishers of color at every level of the publishing industry while identifying affirmative, concrete avenues toward change. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in journalism and/or longform nonfiction narrative, including identifying and cultivating sources and conducting probing interviews. The consultant should be familiar with the literary community and publishing and be able to establish trusting relationships with the writers and others who will provide information for this report. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a track record for completing in-depth, longform research-based writing projects. The selected consultant will work closely with PEN America staff on this project; the anticipated length of the report is 40 to 50 pages, and the project timeline is February to June 2021.

  • Trainer, Free Expression & Digital Safety at PEN America

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    PEN America, a nonprofit that celebrates and defends free expression, seeks dynamic, engaging, sensitive, and experienced trainers/facilitators to collaborate with our team. Candidates must be comfortable with public speaking and have experience with teaching, leading trainings or workshops, and/or facilitating virtual learning, including with large audiences. Candidates should also have knowledge of and interest in one or more of the following topics: online abuse defense and allyship, digital security, media literacy, and/or disinformation defense. Applicants may have a background or education in: journalism, digital security, community or political organizing, and/or the nonprofit field. A commitment to social justice and an understanding of intersectionality is crucial for this role, as is the ability to navigate complex and potentially fraught questions about identity, trust, and conflict in online spaces. Expertise in working with people who have experienced trauma is welcome. We are looking for trainers based in the United States. This consultancy will initially be remote, with sessions led virtually. Eventually, sessions may be conducted in person, which may require travel around the U.S., but this will be contingent on all recommended COVID-19 restrictions and precautions.

  • Reporter / Production Assistant at CALmatters

    Posted 1 month ago

    If you’d like to help cover the state Capitol as a reporter and you’re skilled with online publishing and graphics tools, you might be the perfect production assistant for CalMatters. This is a job with divided responsibilities. We need help covering a variety of stories at the state Capitol, working with the expert and experienced reporting staff. Meanwhile, part of the time will include working with our production process, helping editors and reporters present our journalism online. This is an opportunity for a smart and talented entry-level reporter to gain valuable experience in journalism experience and digital presentations. As a reporter assigned to the Capitol, you’ll work with seasoned journalists covering the state Senate and Assembly. You’ll research and write stories about the problems and solutions various bills aim to remedy, and you may assist in the reporting of more in-depth projects about the workings of state government. As a production assistant, you’ll prepare our stories and photos for publication in WordPress and in social channels. You’ll use graphics software like Infogram and Flourish to build charts and visualizations. You’ll help optimize our stories, headlines and tags so they can be found in searches. Experience with this kind of work is preferred, but you can learn some of these tools on the job. While we’re all working remotely for now, you’ll work in our downtown Sacramento office once it reopens. Responsibilities include: Working with editors and reporters to report and write stories from the state Capitol. Collaborate with reporters and editors on production needs and timely copy flow. Creative thinking about formats and features for quality presentations. Production of long-term projects in multiple storytelling formats. Presentation of our work in many forms, including explainers, blogs, social embeds, longform stories, photo galleries and newsletters. These would be a plus: Experience or education that demonstrates a passion for journalism or storytelling. Understanding of government and politics. Experience in web production, preferably in a news organization. A collaborative personality and the ability to well with a variety of people who play different roles throughout the organization. Working knowledge of, and experience with, search engine optimization. We are an expanding and collaborative newsroom, successfully forging a new model for sustainable, intelligent, nonprofit journalism. We’re committed to diversity and especially encourage journalists of color and members of underrepresented communities to apply. If you’re interested, please provide a resume, a cover letter that outlines how you would approach the job and links to at least six online samples of your work. Write to with the job title in the subject line.

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