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  • UX Research Consultant at Chalkbeat

    Posted 2 days ago

    Chalkbeat is in need of a UX research consultant who can make a strong recommendation on what parents want to know and how they should get that information. This UX consultant will: Work closely and collaboratively with our marketing, growth, and audience teams, to create a research strategy to meet the aforementioned goals; Conduct independent qualitative interviews/research with parents in NYC, Newark, and/or Philadelphia; Take the findings from these interviews and combine them with existing survey and observational data we have from our 2019 Listening Tour; Present overall findings from interviews + Listening Tour insights.

  • Interactive Developer at Philadelphia Inquirer

    Posted 3 days ago

    Reporting to the Innovation Editor you will be part of a small, multi-disciplinary team of editors and developers dedicated to storytelling experimentation both on and off-platform. Team members work with reporters, editors, designers and developers to create rich story experiences on a wide variety of projects.

  • Backend Software Engineer at The New York Times

    Posted 1 week ago

    All engineers at The New York Times take great pride in building products that live up to the quality and reputation of our journalism. We are looking for backend engineers on a variety of teams to join our organization in impactful, hands-on roles. We value transparency and openness, diversity, learning, community, and continuous improvement.

  • Web Engineer at The New York Times

    Posted 1 week ago

    As a frontend engineer at the New York Times, you will have the opportunity to work on the most impactful surfaces of our products, from custom editing interfaces for our journalists to web, mobile and email products for millions of users around the world. You can also contribute to the development of new products beyond our core journalism, such as the Crossword and NYT Cooking.

  • Engineering Manager at The New York Times

    Posted 1 week ago

    Join The New York Times as an Engineer Manager, supporting and growing a robust community of engineers. We’re looking for managers across different teams, all focused on building a strong and inclusive team culture as well as working on individual engineers performance, training and hiring, along with day to day management.

  • Data Analyst - Audience Analytics at The Pew Research Center

    Posted 1 week ago

    The Data Analyst, Audience Analytics will use digital analytics (Google/Twitter Analytics, Facebook Insights, Crowdtangle, etc.) and data science tools (Python, R, etc.) to help the Pew Research Center measure the reach and impact of our digital publishing and outreach efforts. They will manage the implementation of multiple analytics data sources across digital properties and social media channels, produce periodic and ad hoc reports analyzing digital performance across multiple channels for stakeholders, and will lead our efforts at better leveraging data to measure audience behavior and product success and to inform new product development. This is an on-site position, based at our offices in Washington, D.C.

  • Temp Web Producer at Reveal

    Posted 1 week ago

    Reveal is looking for a web producer to help with our daily story production. The role will be temporary, full time through December 15, 2019, with a possibility of some ongoing part-time work in 2020.

  • Data Visualization Reporter at AP

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Associated Press seeks a data visualization specialist who combines advanced technical ability, a commitment to collaboration and a passion for visual explanation of data to join its public opinion research team as a newsperson, based in Washington, D.C. Reporting to the Director of Public Opinion Research, this newsperson will have a deep interest in exploring the opinions of the American electorate and the issues that drive elections, and will analyze survey data to create data visualizations that illuminate the findings of AP’s surveys and its AP VoteCast election research.

  • Graphics & Data Editor, RFE/RL’s Central Newsroom at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    We’re looking for a dynamic editor to head our Graphics and Data Team in Prague and take us to the next level in visual story-telling. This is a wide-ranging role where you’ll be creating visual content, as well as supervising the work of others, and coming up with creative new ways of telling stories from our region. You’ll lead a small, dedicated team of visual journalists and report to the director of RFE/RL’s English-language Central Newsroom. This position, like the rest of your team, is a part of our Central Newsroom, where we cover a unique region spanning the former Soviet Union to Central Asia and Pakistan. As such, editorial experience with our region is a big plus. However, don’t hesitate to apply if you think you have other experience that you think would be an asset for the team. This position is based at RFE/RL Headquarters in Prague, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. We offer a competitive salary, a chance to work in a multinational environment in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and a benefits package that includes relocation, paid housing, medical coverage, an attractive retirement savings package, home leave benefits for expatriates, visa support, and tuition for dependent children.

  • Senior newsapps developer at The Chicago Tribune

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Chicago Tribune data visualization team is looking for a senior news applications developer. We are Chicagoland’s dominant news organization, a fast-moving and vital place to do journalism. We are focused on using data to tell the most important Chicago stories. Our group reports, analyzes, conceptualizes and builds news applications, maps, charts and diagrams. We study our users and develop stories that fit our newsroom’s mission to stand up for the community, share the Chicago experience and help people navigate their daily lives. We play a dual role, developing stories of our own, but also supporting the best stories from the newsroom. Our work spans data analysis that feeds reporting to overall digital story design. You’ll work with our versatile visuals team to use and develop new story forms and tools. You’ll be instrumental in developing one of the best news platforms in Chicago and the Midwest.

  • Graphics Editor at The Markup

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Markup is looking for a full-time Graphics Editor to join our growing newsroom. The graphics editor will work alongside reporters, editors and developers to produce high-quality visuals for our investigative and explanatory stories. These visuals – which will include data visualizations, interactive graphics and illustrations – will greatly enhance our stories, and help make our data-driven journalism relatable to the widest possible audience. The graphics editor will also be tasked with producing visuals for social media, static story graphics and other visual assets. As our newsroom is new, this position will offer a unique opportunity to help define how we use visuals in our stories.

  • Full Stack Engineer at The Markup

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Markup is looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer to join its technology team. This engineer will build and maintain our CMS, customize our internal web applications and help develop standards and processes to ensure the stability and sustainability of our systems. They will also have the opportunity to work with the Chief Revenue Officer to architect and build an analytics system unique amongst news sites — one that can measure site engagement without sacrificing reader privacy.

  • Audience analyst at Texas Tribune

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Texas Tribune is hiring an analyst to lead audience measurement efforts across the organization, helping the Tribune meet its growth, engagement and revenue goals through sound data management and reporting. As a nonprofit newsroom committed to engaging and informing Texans on politics and policy, we strive to meet our audiences where they are. The Tribune’s 2018 audience included more than 2 million monthly website visitors, 311,000 social media followers, 44,000 newsletter subscribers and 14,300 event attendees. Our audience analyst will be an expert at gathering audience data from various sources and translating it into actionable analysis.

  • Social media producer at Texas Tribune

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Texas Tribune strives to own the conversation online around Texas policy and politics news. To help us with this mission, we’re seeking a social media producer who will work full-time out of our downtown Austin newsroom to help continue growing and engaging our audiences across social platforms.

  • Freelance opportunity at The Chicago Tribune

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Tribune is looking for some freelance newsdev help for an upcoming project. Timeline is now thru end of October. Please contact Jonathon Berlin if you're interested or have any questions.

  • Adjunct Instructor at University of Florida, College of Journalism and Communications

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications’ CJC Online is seeking an adjunct instructor to teach a Python-based course, Data Mining and Analysis, in its online master’s program in Audience Analytics. The 16-week course would be taught asynchronously and run from January 6 to April 29, 2020. Course description: Data Mining and Analysis provides a hands-on overview of data analysis and mining techniques for managing large datasets. Students will learn how to clean and analyze realistic datasets using tools like Python and databases. The course offers an introduction to data mining theory and statistics, while focusing on practical data mining applications and use cases, such as basic machine learning and statistical modeling. For more information or to apply, please email contact program director Dr. Amy Jo Coffey (with your vita attached) at acoffey@jou.ufl.edu.

  • Reporter at FiveThirtyEight

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    FiveThirtyEight is looking for an experienced reporter to join our team and cover the intersection of politics and race. It’s not hard to find an example of what they’d cover. Race is an element in so many political stories, even if the media doesn’t acknowledge as much. We’re interested in making that clear for readers, and in exploring how identity, racism and America’s history on race inform and affect contemporary politics — whether it be a story emerging out of the White House or from the campaign trail.

  • Investigative Editor at San Francisco Chronicle

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The San Francisco Chronicle has an immediate opening for an experienced, ambitious and resourceful Investigative Editor to lead a team dedicated to producing high-quality, high-impact investigative journalism: meticulously reported, sharply written, well-presented stories on issues, people and news events affecting Northern California. The editor will be expected to generate short- and long-term investigative news reports from team members, and work to boost investigative reporting from journalists across the newsroom. Great investigative reporting, editing and project management skills are a must, as is demonstrated talent for ferreting out and efficiently producing revealing, world-changing stories.

  • Data Editor at Reveal

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    We’re looking for a creative and collaborative data editor to lead Reveal’s data journalism efforts. Our ideal applicants have five or more years of experience in data journalism, including statistical analysis and reporting stories from data, and some experience in programming. For this position, which will report to the lead investigative editor, we’re seeking candidates who set rigorous standards; are passionate about editing, training, sponsorship and mentorship; and are energized by managing a team of experienced and dedicated data reporters. As an investigative newsroom, we prize candidates with a robust portfolio of investigative projects and are familiar with the particular demands of this reporting, including a thorough grounding in public records resources.

  • Data Reporter at NJ Advance Media

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    NJ.com is seeking a talented, ambitious data reporter to lead a team of like-minded journalists. You’ll join an award-winning group that has a track record of stories that make change and show New Jersey life in a different way. We've written day-to-day data news, used tools to connect readers to their towns, visualized complex stories and created databases to investigate abuses of power in New Jersey. This position is part of the data and investigations team. You’ll oversee several reporters and be part of the hiring process for open positions. You’ll also be the go-to person for data training and education for the newsroom. (We want every reporter to have some level of data literacy.) More than anything, you’ll be a person who wants to build relationships inside and outside the newsroom.

  • Editorial Lead at AI Now Institute at NYU

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Editorial Lead will work closely with AI Now’s Research, Operations, and Communications staff to develop a range of editorial outputs based on original research and aimed at public audiences. The person in this role will have editorial responsibility for AI Now’s reports (including our annual report), white papers, blog posts, and other publications across a range of core research areas such as algorithmic accountability, bias and inclusion, rights and liberties, labor and automation, and safety and critical infrastructure.

  • Data Visualization Editor at Axios

    Posted 1 month ago

    In this role, you will oversee all of our data visualization work, ensuring that we consistently apply Smart Brevity principles to our charts and diagrams, and that the end product is of the highest quality possible.

  • Newsroom Software Engineer at The New York Times

    Posted 1 month ago

    The New York Times is looking for creative, interdisciplinary thinkers with strong technical backgrounds for our Interactive News team, a special digital projects group embedded within the newsroom. This engineering role combines technical and editorial thinking to create new forms for our readers and new ways for our journalists to work. Our team’s mission is to practice software engineering as a newsroom craft. (Read more on our “About Interactive News” page: https://github.com/newsdev/about-int)

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