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  • Call for tender: Full Stack Web Developer (with Back-End focus) at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 1 day ago

    OCCRP is asking for tenders from consultants or organizations that can support us moving to a modern web platform for publication of our content. We’re looking for expert support from a qualified web development consultant or team, including support with choosing and architecting a new website CMS solution, back and some front-end development, and handling migration of our existing content over to the new platform.

  • Things Reporter at Quartz

    Posted 1 week ago

    Quartz seeks a reporter to help us commit acts of journalism with code. You would be part of the Quartz Things team, which is chiefly responsible for our data-driven, visual, interactive, and experimental journalism. From charts to interactive graphics, news apps to calculators, plus distinctive approaches to written posts, "Thing" is our catchall term for stories that break free of the traditional words-based article formats. We're a small team with a range of experience and big ambition. The type of work we make together and the team’s future work will reflect the expertise you have and the skills you want to learn.

  • Northern California Reporter at CapRadio

    Posted 1 week ago

    Department: Content/News Status: Full Time, Non-Exempt End Date: Open Until Filled Summary Are you eager to cover the day’s most important news and culture stories? Do you engage diverse and different perspectives, and include all voices in your reporting? And do you share a curiosity or passion for the Sacramento region and California? If so, then you should apply to be CapRadio’s next Northern California Reporter! This is a new, full-time, on-staff position. You’ll regularly cover some of the most significant issues in “NorCal.” It’s also a thrilling gig: On one day, you might be at the state’s Capitol, reporting on lawmakers who make critical decisions about our future. Later, you may find yourself on the front lines of a wildfire. This routine is very much a reality in the Sacramento region. The ideal candidate will be comfortable reporting for different platforms: shining as a radio reporter, but also producing smart content for digital. Are you good at communicating things in clear and compelling ways — on tight deadlines, no less? We want you to apply. We also are looking for a reporter whose instincts are to ask: Who is not included in this story but should be? Are there equity issues at play here? What audiences need this information? If you are a multilingual journalist or fluent in Spanish, that will help you in this role. We want to deliver for audiences who traditionally are underserved by public media. We also encourage BIPOC journalists to apply for this position; you will be supported in our newsroom. We’re looking for journalists at any and all points in their careers, but the salary range is commensurate with what a reporter might earn at the beginning of the profession. The focus will be on daily content, with occasional opportunities for enterprise and feature work. Some weeks, you may deliver three or four stories for our website. Others, you could file a broadcast story every day. You’ll often be the first reporter on breaking news for digital and broadcast. Editors and producers will be there with everything from praise and helpful feedback to opportunities for self-care and urging time-off to recharge. Your work will reach millions of Californians, including via our statewide network of more than five dozen public-media frequencies and websites. Sometimes you’ll also appear on NPR or This position will be based in California’s capital city of Sacramento. CapRadio acknowledges that relocating during the pandemic is not something that occurs overnight. We’ll work with you. If you’re confident in your skills and experience, but concerned that you may not meet every requirement laid out in this job description, that’s OK. We’ll give you the training needed and space to succeed — and fail — and we’ll support you during your first year on the job. In conclusion: This is an exciting opportunity to cover the Golden State’s most crucial news and culture stories with trustworthy colleagues who value collaboration and empathy. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to connect with Nick Miller (he/him), CapRadio’s Managing Editor of News. Position Responsibilities: Reports and writes daily content for digital audiences, including regular web stories. You will be expected to file multiple stories each week, of varying lengths and scope of reporting. Reports, writes and produces daily content for broadcast. This will include spot packages, two-way interviews and more. Enterprises, reports, writes and produces the occasional feature-length audio story. Reports and writes the occasional long-form web story. Files content for CapRadio’s statewide news network Appears on CapRadio’s talk programs, including Insight Files content for NPR and other national outlets as needed Collaborates with colleagues at regular meetings Participates in on-air fundraising and other CapRadio fundraising activities Comes to work each day with a positive attitude, a willingness to collaborate and learn and a healthy sense of humor Essential Skills and Experience: Some journalism experience or education preferred, but not required. If you have the skills and ability to execute the job, then we will consider your application. We’re looking for candidates who listen-first, especially with colleagues. We want you to seek understanding and engage the world with humility and thoughtfulness. There are some skills and experiences that we will prioritize: Newsroom experience will give you a leg-up in the process, especially if you have been part of a public radio station. However, do not be discouraged if this is not the case. Are you multilingual? If so, we will embrace your ability to engage non-English-speaking communities. Yes, our name is CapRadio. But we value experiences in digital reporting and reporting for non-broadcast platforms. We are true believers in public radio and independent, nonprofit journalism. We hope that you’re a big fan of NPR and also value clear-headed news reporting and programming. Preferred Skills and Experience: Familiarity with the public radio system and/or Cap Radio. Experience producing on digital audio workstations. On-Air experience. Salary The annual salary range for this position aligns with that of our entry-level reporter positions, running from $55,000 to $60,000 a year. CapRadio also offers: Medical, dental, vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply So, you’re going to apply? Great! Here are the steps: Write up an original, but brief, cover letter. Please no more than 300 words. Here’s our tip: tell us a quick story about your journalism journey, with a sprinkle of why you’re curious about CapRadio. We also want a one-page resume, which should include previous work experience, education, the usual Please link samples of your best journalism work, and be sure to include an example of digital work or web stories. Also: Visit and choose a story from the past three months. In less than 150 words, explain how the story succeeds and where it falls short. Tell us about one of your favorite radio/podcast programs. Oh, and share with us one of your favorite websites. (Again, less than 150 words.) Submit your application to: You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Nick Miller, Managing Editor of News. CapRadio Attn: Human Resources 7055 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826 Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Director of Member Strategy at News Revenue Hub

    Posted 1 week ago

    The News Revenue Hub is hiring a full-time Director of Member Strategy with a passion for mission-driven work. This critical role supervises our project managers and acts as a bridge to our technical and leadership teams. The Director of Member Strategy works with senior leadership to help the organization understand how we can best serve our clients, and in doing so, plays a large role in helping the journalism landscape prosper. The Director also works with the technical team to design and prioritize products that inform our clients and internal stakeholders; the Director collaborates with the business development team to design new services or identify clients for projects; and finally, the Director serves as an expert who’s willing to be bold, have opinions, and speak on behalf of the organization. Learn more and apply at

  • News Editors – Full-time, part-time, contract at CALmatters

    Posted 1 week ago

    If you’re a skilled editor who moves seamlessly from daily news stories to long-term projects and gets the best out of experienced journalists while coaching newer ones and care about California in all of its diversity – from its geography to its people – you might be the next news editor at CalMatters. We’re looking for one or more editors: full-time, part-time or contract editors available for various assignments. Does that sound like you? Do you know the intricacies of policy and politics coverage and how to make important topics accessible for the people they affect? Do you help reporters own their beats? Do you have excellent writing and editing and analytical skills? Do you bring in-depth stories to life with text, photos, graphics, data visualization, audio and video? Are you familiar with California’s unique history and diverse communities? And are you known for integrity, high energy, a can-do attitude, flexibility and unflappability? In four years, CalMatters has become the largest newsroom covering California policy and politics. We’re a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, and we give our coverage at no cost to more than 200 media outlets in California. With you on the team, we’ll build on that success with deeper coverage and impactful projects. Most of our team is in Sacramento, so that’s the ideal place for these positions, but we are flexible. Responsibilities for our editors include: Work with reporters to brainstorm, develop and produce lively coverage—from timely briefs to rigorously reported projects—that tells Californians what’s going on in state government and how it affects their lives. Encourage and exemplify a culture of innovation in storytelling. Be committed to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in both coverage and for the staff you will mentor. Have an understanding of diverse communities across California and aim to shape our coverage to reflect those communities. Produce editorial packages in our WordPress publishing system. Work with our product, data, graphics, photography, social media, partner relations and public events teams to produce the best presentations for the biggest audiences. Be part of the newsroom management team, developing story plans, maintaining calendars, coordinating with other staffers and freelancers, setting and evaluating goals, and managing expenses 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 other communities underrepresented in journalism to apply. If you’re interested, please provide a resume, a cover letter that outlines how you would approach the job and links to samples of your work. Write to with the job title in the subject line.

  • South Asia Researcher at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    As the OCCRP network expands into South Asia, we are seeking an experienced researcher with extensive knowledge of tracking down public records in the region (specifically, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Pakistan and Bangladesh) to support our partners and projects.

  • Data Visualization developer at Flourish

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    We’re looking for a visualization developer to join our team. Your work will be focused on our library of visualization “templates”, which sits at the heart of the Flourish system powering thousands of beautiful interactive graphics every day. You’ll work across a wide range of templates, from streamgraphs and radars to WebGL maps or even interactive quizzes. Or maybe a visualization type you invented? In addition you’ll contribute to our library of components, which provide popups, legends, axes and other functionality across different templates. For more information about the job, check out:

  • Product Manager, Audience Touchpoints at The Wall Street Journal

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Wall Street Journal is looking for an Product Manager, Audience Touchpoints to help build engaging and habit-forming news experiences for our audience. The role will work with both the web and mobile product teams, driving delivery and collaborating closely with internal stakeholders, external partners, and Agile software development teams. You will support product directors as they build a roadmap and rapidly assess, implement, test, and optimize various features and capabilities across our owned and operated properties. This role reports to the Journal’s Web Product Director as well as takes direction from the team’s program manager.

  • Director of Human Resources at Reveal

    Posted 1 month ago

    Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has experienced tremendous growth and evolution over the last decade. We are in a period of professionalizing our operations, with a focus on long-term sustainability and organizational health. Advancing our work to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace is key to these efforts. We are now hiring our first-ever in-house HR position to lead this work. This role is integral to building equitable organizational policies and practices and nurturing a supportive and welcoming culture for all employees. We are deepening our focus not just on hiring to build a diverse team, but also on equity and inclusion so that we retain the staff we hire, create pathways to growth, provide a sense of purpose and belonging for everyone, and ensure our journalism is inclusive and representative of the audiences we serve.

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