Jobs

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

Job listings

  • Content Specialist, Emerging Curation at Twitter

    Posted today

    Twitter's Emerging Curation team is searching for a product-minded Content Specialist who can turn perceptive editorial insights into feature experiments that test new ways to automate curation, and inform and delight our customers. Recent projects include: A pilot project adding context to Trends that led to the creation of a full time dedicated Curation Trends Health team. A pilot project to publish machine-generated headlines for sports Events by summarizing Tweets from Event page timelines. (Failure is an option, despite good initial results this project was not ultimately funded.) Explorations into curating Spaces. Developing a Threads recommendation model in collaboration with Twitter's machine learning engineers. In other words, you will use your deep content expertise to dream up interesting curation projects that support Twitter's core mission of serving the public conversation; implement MVP proofs of concept; write product proposals; recruit XFN teams to test and build; rinse and repeat.

  • Sr Data Specialist at Twitter

    Posted today

    We are looking for an innovative data specialist to help Curation draw insightful signals from large, dynamic content systems, rapidly test novel ideas, and help produce proofs-of-concept that inspire engaging and responsible customer experiences throughout Twitter. This position will play an influential role in building our human-in-the-loop machine learning (HITL ML) capability. Our goal is nothing less than to scale our Curation team's human intelligence and expertise throughout one of the world's most influential social platforms. The Emerging Curation team at Twitter is a growing team of editorially minded product thinkers who connect Curation's domain expertise with bleeding edge projects across the company. We combine new curation methods with creative technical solutions to address big product challenges, with the goal of making Twitter better for everyone.

  • Africa Researcher at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 3 days ago

    Location: Remote, located in Sub-Saharan Africa Application Deadline: December 31, 2021 at 11:59 P.M. CET About the Organization The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is a growing, global nonprofit media organization that is reinventing investigative journalism for the public good. By developing and equipping a global network of investigative journalists and publishing their stories, we expose crime and corruption so the public can hold power to account. We see a future where organized crime and corruption are drastically reduced and democracy is strengthened. Our global team includes editors, researchers, data engineers, security specialists, administrators, technologists, and strategists, each with areas of in-depth expertise. Position overview: As the OCCRP network expands into Africa, we are seeking an experienced researcher with extensive knowledge of tracking down public records in the region to support our partners and projects. We are looking for someone with a proven track record of doing investigative research and are open to candidates coming from journalism, law, finance or a related field. The person will form part of the Africa team and report to the head of research. Our research team is the brainpower behind OCCRP ID, a service that helps investigative journalists in the OCCRP network conduct research quickly and effectively. You will join a team of expert researchers who use a combination of commercial search engines and databases, as well as publicly available open sources, to help journalists track down people, companies, and assets anywhere in the world. The job may be fashioned as a one-year fellowship. Team: Research Job description Responsibilities include: Running extensive background checks on people, companies, and their networks Interpreting corporate, legal, property, and financial documents Writing comprehensive reports on research findings to be shared with journalists Responding promptly to research requests from journalists in the OCCRP network Joining investigative teams to provide research support on long-term investigations, including proactively proposing creative avenues for research Working closely with other members of the research team, as well as the Africa team, to respond to complex research queries Identifying ways to obtain information from new sources and countries, specifically in Sub-Saharan Africa Periodically training investigative journalists in the region on research techniques and navigating local databases Person Description Required Skills: Understanding of how to obtain public records in Sub-Saharan African countries Fluency in the English language, written and spoken Ability to work well with people from a range of countries, languages and backgrounds, online and in person Ability to express ideas in a clear and concise manner Persistence and curiosity — you should be someone who enjoys looking for needles in a haystack Thoroughness and strong attention to detail Ability to work independently, while asking for guidance when needed Computer literacy, with experience using Word, Excel, and Google Docs Tertiary qualifications, preferably with previous experience in research, journalism, law or finance Desirable Skills: Basic knowledge of data wrangling and analysis Understanding of how to track movement and ownership of ships and planes Proficiency in French and/or Portuguese To Apply: To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to jobs(at)occrp.org All applications must be submitted in English. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Whilst we have internal goals to reply to unsuccessful candidates, we regret that the high number of applicants greatly exceeds our capacity to respond to each person. We apologise that we will not be able to reply to any unsuccessful applicants. As an equal opportunity employer, OCCRP values having a diverse workforce and continuously strives to maintain an inclusive and equitable workplace. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and encourage people with a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate against any person based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex, medical conditions, family status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristics. If you are a qualified applicant requiring assistance or an accommodation to complete any step of the application process, please contact hr(at)occrp.org

  • Studio Operations Technician, NSPR at CapRadio

    Posted 1 week ago

    CapRadio’s Technology crew heralds the knowledge that makes NSPR and CapRadio, Radio. This team is the human connection behind the audioboards, radio towers, studio equipment, computers, network systems and station operations that drive the work we do as a radio station and uplift our ability to connect with, and reach, the communities we serve. As a Studio Operations Technician, NSPR you will support the Chico, CA station’s program development and functionality by assisting with the day-to-day operations, logistics, program production, automation and the systems maintenance that makes our broadcast reliable. For the full job announcement and the apply link visit: https://www.capradio.org/about/careers/2021/11/19/studio-operations-technician-nspr/

  • Cleveland Editor-in-Chief at Ohio Local News Initiative

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    A coalition of Cleveland-based organizations and the American Journalism Project are partnering to launch the Ohio Local News Initiative, a network of independent local newsrooms across Ohio that will start at launch with an independent, community-led, nonprofit newsroom serving Cleveland. The Cleveland newsroom — which will launch next year — is looking for its founding Editor-in-Chief. You would be at the forefront of a movement to make local news a foundational part of civic life in Cleveland by enabling the kind of journalism that holds power to account while being accountable to the communities it serves.

  • Frontend Engineer at News Revenue Hub

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The News Revenue Hub is looking for an experienced frontend developer with a passion for mission-driven work to join our team. As an early hire on a growing team, you will help set direction with a set of design and coding principles that can help establish a scalable, maintainable framework for future engineers. In this role, you will be responsible for building the ‘client-side’ of our web applications. You’ll translate our stakeholder needs into accessible and appealing interactive applications. You will create a functional, user centered, and attractive digital environment for us, ensuring a great user experience. You are a tech-savvy professional, who is curious about new digital technologies and aspires to combine usability with visual design. Starting salary $95K to $125K per year + signing bonus.

  • Studio Operations Technician at CapRadio

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    CapRadio’s Technology crew heralds the knowledge that makes CapRadio, Radio. As a Studio Operations Technician you will support the station’s program development and functionality by assisting with the day-to-day operations, logistics, program production, automation and the systems maintenance that makes our broadcast reliable. Typical tasks include implementing new systems and procedures, collaborating with other team members and supporting station broadcast initiatives. Visit job details and the apply link here: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/804069/Capital-Public-Radio-Inc/Studio-Operations-Technician Follow us on Twitter @CapRadioCareers for more job announcements.

  • Project Coordinator at News Revenue Hub

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The News Revenue Hub is looking for versatile Project Coordinators who can be the digital newsroom leaders of tomorrow. Our Project Coordinators help support the key functions of a growing news consulting team. They assist with critical tasks including onboarding new newsroom clients into membership and audience development service offerings, establishing those newsrooms on our tech stack, and supporting project managers with deliverables. In playing a crucial infrastructure role for the team, the project coordinator will learn a wide variety of stratagems the Hub employs with newsrooms, including campaign strategy, SEO, analytics, loyalty, newsletters and product development, and more.The ideal candidate for this role is self-directed, savvy, and very comfortable managing their time and triaging tasks in a hybrid tech and service environment.

  • Analytics Specialist (Contract) at News Revenue Hub

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The News Revenue Hub is seeking an Analytics Specialist to aid in ongoing Google Analytics and Parse.ly data analysis. The Analytics Specialist will help newsrooms work with their audience data, identifying and highlighting metrics that help them move the needle on audience growth, loyalty, donations, and other key performance metrics. This contract requires a minimum of 10 hours per month. There are more than 70 newsrooms in the Hub, and our Analytics Specialist will be an expert at configuring and gathering audience data from Google Analytics and Parse.ly, and translating it into benchmarks, strategies, and actions. The opportunity to work with dozens of newsrooms is one of many unique benefits to working with the Hub.

  • Project Manager, Temporary at ProPublica

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    We’re seeking a project manager to work with the thoughtful, creative designers and developers who oversee the wide range of technical infrastructure that supports ProPublica’s journalism. That includes our website, mobile apps and email products, as well as our CMS and internal tools for editorial and business users. This assignment will run until December 31, 2021.

  • News Apps Developer/Graphics Freelancers at ProPublica

    Posted 5 months ago

    ProPublica is looking for developer and graphics journalists who are available to work on projects. We’ll be looking at applications on a rolling basis as projects come up. Based on your skill level and experience, we’ll talk about hourly, daily or weekly rates on an individual basis. You can work remotely from anywhere, as long as it would be easy for us to stay in touch from the Eastern time zone.

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