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  • Full-Stack Django Developer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 4 days ago

    Weʼre looking for a Python/Django developer to work on improving and maintaining our ID platform ( Within this contractor role, you will work closely with the Assistant Product Manager for Investigative Tooling and you will help us help the OCCRP network trace people, companies, and assets across the globe.

  • Digital producer/editor at International Consortium for Investigative Journalists

    Posted 1 week ago

    Here at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, we believe that teams of journalists, working together, can produce groundbreaking stories that truly rock the world — from the Panama and Pandora Papers investigations into financial secrecy, through to exposés on corporate wrongdoing, government corruption, human trafficking, dodgy medical devices and more. ICIJ is looking to hire a journalist who will help us get those stories out to the world in a variety of storytelling and multimedia formats, through our website, email and social media platforms. This is an excellent opportunity to work with the best investigative reporters, editors, data specialists and technologists from around the globe to tell the world’s most important stories. We’re a small, dynamic team that values creativity and strives to create compelling content that will be used by media outlets across dozens of countries. We’re accepting applications from both early and mid-career journalists, with an emphasis on relevant digital experience. If you’ve got experience working on a news website, have strong writing skills, and a plan for boosting ICIJ’s online presence, we want to hear from you. To apply please send your resume and relevant samples of your work to Hamish Boland-Rudder (, along with a short cover letter (preferably ~400 words or less) that tells us why you’re drawn to this role at ICIJ, and about your proudest moment as a journalist. Applications close on Feb. 5, 2023.

  • Assistant Copy Editor at Mother Jones

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    Mother Jones is seeking an assistant copy editor to help with quality-control duties across our products. This entry-level role supports our standards and copy editor and cross-organizational teams through line-editing; proofreading for grammar, style, and clarity; ensuring accuracy and consistency; and otherwise maintaining the highest standards for copy across the board. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with copy editing of stories for the magazine,, and our newsletters, as well as original copy in fundraising, marketing, advertising, recruiting, and other material; Assist with tracking and correcting all copy errors in the magazine prior to press, in coordination with the standards and copy editor, with the goal of 100 percent accuracy in spelling, style, and grammar; Assist with coordinating and communicating with proofer on copy changes; Assist with copy editing and quality-control checks of digital editions of Mother Jones; Review delegated magazine content for formatting before online publication; Assist with updating and maintaining the house style guide, including additions and revisions of entries related to online copy; Help to stage web stories from staff and from partner affiliations; Pitch and write long-form articles and blog posts, as time allows; Support the standards and copy editor in creating an inclusive work environment as well as diversity of sourcing in stories and newsroom discussions about language and style; Related duties as assigned by the standards and copy editor and supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: Outstanding copy-editing skills and at least two years of newsroom experience or the equivalent; we are open to someone with less experience who shows great promise; Familiarity with Merriam-Webster, AP Stylebook, and other reference guides; Ability to handle a heavy copy flow accurately and efficiently; Adept at tracking changes and ensuring version control; Knowledge of InDesign, InCopy, and WordPress is a bonus but not a dealbreaker; Meticulous attention to detail. Salary Range: $55,000.00 To 65,000.00 Annually

  • Development Intern at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    OCCRP is seeking a highly-motivated, organized, and dependable intern to help us strengthen and expand our donor relationships. This position is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in gaining the basic hands-on experience in non-profit fundraising from prospecting to cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. A successful candidate will join a high paced, values-driven international team committed to expanding the pool of available resources for fighting crime and corruption worldwide. This position is fully remote and includes a stipend. Successful candidates may start their internships either in February/March or May, 2023.

  • Managing Editor at The Markup

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    We are The Markup (—a nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism organization in New York City. With little accountability or oversight, technology is affecting how we vote, how we raise our kids, who is able to get housing, jobs, health care, and have a comfortable life. People deserve to know more about how this is happening, who is being harmed, and what they can do about it. That’s where The Markup’s hard-hitting, investigative journalism comes in. Our approach to investigative journalism is guided by the scientific method. We develop hypotheses and assemble data—through crowdsourcing, FOIAs, and automated data collection—to test our theories. We also strive to work in genuine partnership with local journalists and existing, local news organizations who have built trust with the communities they cover. We aim to equip people, communities, and organizations with information that helps them protect themselves when wrongdoing is exposed and that drives institutional and systemic change. We also don’t take shortcuts, even if that means searching high and low for a newsletter platform that meets our privacy promise or taking the time to bulletproof an investigation. We pride ourselves on an organizational culture that is rigorous, collaborative, and courageous. Our mission is woven into everything we do. We believe that at our best, our work drives tangible, positive impact in the world, and we work deliberately and strategically to ensure our stories have as much impact as possible. Read more about how we think about impact at The Markup. The Markup is committed to becoming an antiracist organization. And as an organization led by women of color, we do our best to center justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in all that we do—of which hiring is just one part. We encourage you to ask us about what concrete steps we are taking in service of these ideals. We strongly encourage applicants who are people of color, LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, and/or formerly incarcerated people. A college degree is not required to apply for jobs at The Markup. Come do your best work with us. We’re excited to meet you. As managing editor, you will: Report directly to Sisi Wei, our Editor-in-Chief, and be a key member of the editorial leadership team Collaborate closely with Sisi to refine and execute our journalistic vision, strategy, and goals, lead and manage the newsroom and newsroom culture, and shape our ambitious and impact-driven journalism Take the lead on creating and/or refining our newsroom processes and standards, such as our copy flow, editorial partnerships, or editorial standards, with feedback from editors and staff Drive the day-to-day running of the newsroom, including planning our coverage and editorial calendar, in direct collaboration with other editors and Sisi Oversee, edit, and coach reporters on stories from conception to final line edits, and on both long-form and short-term investigative and accountability pieces Collaborate internally across our editorial, product, audience, legal, communications, and operations teams, and externally with publishing partners (typically other newsrooms across the U.S.) to get stories across the finish line and set our stories up for success to have their biggest possible impact. Directly manage up to 3 journalists At The Markup’s current size, the managing editor will also be responsible for editing stories directly, as well as thinking and shaping the newsroom at a higher level. To make sure that balance is possible, the managing editor will manage no more than three journalists at a given time. If and when The Markup grows in size, we’ll also increase our editing capacity, and the managing editor will serve as the direct editor on fewer stories, or stop serving as a direct editor on stories entirely, as their newsroom-wide role will expand, and other editors will start reporting to the managing editor. What we’re looking for: We’ve done our best to list the relevant qualifications applicants might bring to this job below, but the list isn’t exhaustive—we highly encourage you to share with us other experiences and qualifications you have that may be valuable to this role. We strongly encourage applicants with diverse experiences and backgrounds to apply. Research shows that underrepresented applicants often downplay their skills. Even if you believe that your experience doesn’t match the qualifications listed (and we certainly don’t expect candidates to be equally skilled in the areas we’ve listed), we still want to hear from you. Please apply! We’re looking for someone with: A strong track recording of publishing impact-driven journalism that holds institutions accountable on behalf of the public 10+ years in a newsroom, or equivalent experience, with experience editing investigative projects and/or managing journalists Experience with investigative journalism practices, such as sourcing, leaking, anonymity, data collecting and analysis, FOIA requests, as well as relevant law The ability to develop compelling short, medium, and long-form investigative stories, and to teach others how to do the same The ability to think deeply about journalistic projects, uphold editorial standards, edit and coach journalists through any part of the reporting and writing process, based on their needs. Enthusiasm for thinking and working creatively and collaboratively with journalists, both internally (including with designers, visual journalists, engagement specialists, data journalists, and reporters) and externally (such as in collaboration with other newsrooms) A genuine interest in always working to be a better editor and a better manager. Data journalism or data analysis experience, as a reporter, editor, or another related role—is a plus. The person in this role will benefit from an understanding of data journalism's values, methods, and particular challenges. We’ll start reviewing applications on Tuesday, Jan. 17, and will continue to review applications afterward on a rolling basis. Compensation and benefits This is a full-time position with an expected salary range of $160,000 to $190,000, plus generous benefits, including paid time off and medical, vision, and dental insurance. Read more about The Markup’s benefits. We also want to encourage your leadership in our field, so we will support attending industry conferences and professional training. The salary range above is our best estimate, in good faith, of what we expect to pay for this position. Our final salary figure will take into account the candidate’s experience and skills, as well as our commitment to pay our staff equitably. The Markup is a remote workplace, but employees will be expected to travel from time to time, such as for reporting trips or events.

  • Reporters at The Markup

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Markup is hiring for multiple reporters to join our investigative newsroom. We’re interested in hearing from candidates on what topics, beats, or industries they’d like to cover for The Markup and why. We’re particularly interested in hiring at least one reporter with a focus on labor—specifically gig and warehouse workers and the ways technology is changing labor. Check out our Working for an Algorithm series to see some past coverage we’re incredibly proud of. In this role, as with all our work at The Markup, the ultimate goal is to create compelling journalism that equips people with the knowledge, tools, and agency to drive change. At a high level, the job is to bring an accountability lens to the way that powerful institutions use technology to shape our society through quicker turnaround investigations and larger projects. All reporter positions are Guild positions, full-time, and with benefits.

  • Development Officer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    We are seeking an experienced Development Officer who will play a critical role in building on our strong current base of support to cultivate new donors and expand our fundraising efforts. This role is for a first-rate communicator, relationship builder, and donor engagement strategist with a passion for strengthening democracy and the power of investigative journalism to advance the global fight against corruption and disinformation. This role involves working with OCCRP staff around the world, building new relationships with U.S. and international donors, and implementing and contributing to the organization’s fundraising strategy and wider sustainability initiatives. For information about OCCRP please visit

  • Senior DevOps Engineer at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 1 month ago

    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 authorization 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 recognized 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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