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  • Data Journalist at CALmatters

    Posted 2 days ago

    If you’re a passionate journalist who eats data for breakfast and loves visualizing stories in new and innovative ways, we might have the perfect job for you: Data Journalist at CalMatters. You pitch and report your own ideas while partnering with other journalists to explore, understand and explain theirs. You build fancy tools that help reporters and readers understand complex topics and large data sets, but you also know when a quick, simple solution is the best approach. You create compelling graphics and know modern HTML, CSS and Javascript. And you’re proficient with, or eager to learn, more advanced tools and languages.

  • Senior Editor, News at Capital Public Radio

    Posted 4 days ago

    Capital Public Radio is looking for a full-time Senior News Editor to join its award-winning and fast-growing team. As one of CapRadio’s newsroom leaders, the Senior News Editor wears several hats

  • Politics Reporter at Capital Public Radio

    Posted 4 days ago

    Apart from Washington, D.C., the most important place in American policy and politics right now might well be Sacramento. The decisions made by elected officials in this City of Trees affect far more than California’s 40 million people. Capital Public Radio is offering an opportunity to cover the Golden State’s government and politics — including its “Super Tuesday” presidential primary in March and next year's election — as a full-time Politics Reporter on its award-winning and fast-growing team.

  • Visual Journalist/Developer at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

    Posted 1 week ago

    RFE/RL is looking for a Visual Journalist/Newsroom Developer to produce fantastic interactive visualizations as part of our Prague-based Digital Team. The person in this role will help produce visual narratives, while also collaborating with our small, dedicated team of visual journalists and others across RFE/RL. You’ll help bring ideas to life with code – everything from daily news graphics and visualizations to large-scale projects that advance the way we tell stories in the digital space. We're flexible on your exact skill set as long as you are a team player, curious, creative, and willing to learn. You’ll report to the Graphics and Data Editor in RFE/RL’s English-language Central Newsroom. Interested? Send your CV along with portfolio samples and a cover letter in English using the form on our Career Website.

  • Design Director at The Marshall Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Marshall Project seeks a Design Director to oversee the award-winning visuals of the publication, including digital design, graphics, video, photography and illustration. The ideal candidate is a well-rounded journalist and designer with five or more years of experience in media or publishing. The Design Director should have a wide range of visual interests and experience and the ability to juggle a variety of tasks in a small but ambitious newsroom. They should be as prepared to roll up their sleeves to craft the newsroom’s biggest projects as they are to review and contribute to the design work of colleagues and outside contractors alike.

  • Director of Audience Strategy at The Marshall Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Marshall Project seeks an accomplished audience development expert to help us understand our readership, attract new audiences and deepen our engagement with them. We hope to enlarge the number of people who care about criminal justice reform and to create a sustainable stream of revenue from our audience. This person in this position will serve as the digital leader for the business side of The Marshall Project, reporting to the president, with a dual report to the editor-in-chief and close ties to the newsroom.

  • Senior Data Reporter at The Marshall Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    Applicants for the senior data reporter position at The Marshall Project must have demonstrated analytical expertise and reporting using established sources of data or assembling their own through public records and databases. They should have a gift for writing fair, clear and engaging stories explaining complex subjects. They should have a track record of producing data-driven enterprise that gets results. A record of in-depth reporting on criminal justice—policing, prosecution, courts, prisons and jails—is a significant asset.

  • Senior Visual Journalist at The Marshall Project

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Marshall Project seeks an experienced data and visual journalist to join our growing team dedicated to high impact reporting on criminal justice and immigration enforcement in the United States, two beats not known for having a wealth of quality or consistent data. The job’s primary focus is on conceiving and executing major visual projects, in collaboration with other colleagues, which demand deep reporting, original insight, enterprising data analysis and visual flair. In short, we are looking for revelatory stories and probing analysis told boldly in a variety of formats.

  • Engagement Reporter, Texas Tribune/ProPublica Investigative Unit at Texas Tribune

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    ProPublica and The Texas Tribune are hiring an engagement reporter to join our new investigative unit based in Austin. This individual will be instrumental in identifying communities interested in and affected by our accountability journalism, enlisting their participation in our storytelling process and reporting stories in service of these communities.

  • Data Reporter, Texas Tribune/ProPublica Investigative Unit at Texas Tribune

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    ​​ProPublica and ​The Texas Tribune are creating a ​joint investigative unit based in Austin to cover important accountability stories throughout the state. And we’re looking for a data reporter to join the team. The investigative unit will not cover the day-to-day news or the tick-tock of policy battles. Instead, we will focus on big stories — stories with the potential to spur real-world change. We’ll chronicle gaps in oversight, abuses of power, conflicts of interest and betrayals of the public trust. We’ll hold the powerful accountable on behalf of Texans. As part of a joint project, the data reporter will have an opportunity to work and grow with two award-winning teams. They’ll be part of the Tribune's data visuals team, and they’ll also work closely with ProPublica’s data and news apps teams.

  • Interactive Developer at Philadelphia Inquirer

    Posted 2 months 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.

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