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  • Great Lakes Reporter at The Trace

    Posted 2 days ago

    The Trace is hiring! We’re looking for a reporter who lives in the Great Lakes region to cover gun violence across Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Applications are due 7/12. Questions? jobs@thetrace.org https://thetr.ac/YSAzo

  • Data Hub Editor at The Trace

    Posted 2 days ago

    The Trace is hiring! We’re looking for an editor to lead the Gun Violence Data Hub, a new initiative that aims to increase the accessibility and use of data about gun violence by journalists. Applications are due 7/12. Questions? jobs@thetrace.org https://thetr.ac/L8mHK

  • Security Analyst at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 4 days ago

    The Information Security team provides the tools, processes, training and support needed to keep information and, most importantly, people safe. The nature of our work means that we deal with actual attacks and threats daily. State actors and organized crime entities do and will continue to target our staff. We are looking for an experienced security analyst to join our small team. This role suits someone who enjoys the technical side of information security analysis and providing guidance to others. You must be able to communicate fluently (C2) in both written and verbal forms in English. Although remote, you must be within a time zone that is European CET/CEST +/- 3hrs, applications from outside these time zones will be ignored. We provide support to users globally, so from time to time; there may be a need to talk to someone outside traditional work hours. There is a limited amount of travel associated with this role, including possible attendance at conferences. So the ideal candidate must be willing to travel occasionally (1-4 times a year). This is a “doing” role, with an expectation that threat hunting, intelligence gathering and forensic analysis are something that you enjoy. The role will also have input into wider Governance, Risk and Compliance activities, including aligning policies and processes with ISO27000 etc.

  • Senior DevOps Engineer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 1 week ago

    Position Overview OCCRP is looking for an experienced DevOps Engineer to join our small Infrastructure Team. The team provides a range of self-hosted services internally for staff and journalists, as well as for some of our member centers and publishing partners. The team also researches, designs and implements solutions for OCCRP’s ever-changing needs. For example, this can involve handling datasets used for investigations, supporting the publication workflow or re-modelling user interaction and authorisation between our services. There is an ongoing change away from traditional Ops management to DevSecOps practices, and contributing to improvements in the infrastructure and how the team works will be required and welcome. You will work closely with the team on its workload semi-formally and should have good communication skills to enable this. You will be expected to work using our Project and Change management processes. Knowledge sharing and documentation are recognised by the team as key aspects of work, and you should feel comfortable doing both to a good standard. You will be expected to manage your workload and be able to prioritize assigned tasks accordingly. The team organizes around minimal but periodic meetings during the week, with focused meetings for specific topics. Your work will also extend to assisting others in the organization, ranging from Web Publishing to the Helpdesk.

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