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  • Engagement producer at Texas Tribune

    Posted today

    The Texas Tribune’s mission makes engaging Texans on politics and policy issues just as important as keeping them informed. That’s why we’re seeking an Engagement Producer to help us build relationships with readers across platforms, particularly via newsletters. This producer will work full-time out of our downtown Austin newsroom, reporting to the Director of Loyalty Programs.

  • Senior Editor, Digital News at WBEZ

    Posted 2 days ago

    Chicago Public Media, home to WBEZ, Chicago’s NPR news station, seeks a dynamic leader and experienced editor to guide its multiplatform news team during an exciting time of transformation and growth in our award-winning local newsroom. This editor will operate at a high level, setting and executing the strategic direction for the newsroom as WBEZ seeks to grow its audience in a multiplatform environment that includes broadcast radio, smart speakers, mobile web and social.

  • Full-Stack Engineer, Coral at Vox Media

    Posted 3 days ago

    Vox Media employees thrive on innovation and change while ambitiously seeking to master their subject areas, hone their craft, and improve their communities. We help smart, talented, creative professionals make a meaningful impact in media, technology and the world around them. Vox Media’s networks and businesses include SB Nation, Eater, The Verge, Vox, Curbed, Recode & Code Conferences, Polygon, Concert, Chorus, Vox Creative, Vox Entertainment, the Vox Media Podcast Network – and most recently, The Coral Project. This is a dangerous time to be a journalist on the internet. Online comments are often filled with insults and threats, while being present on social media can lead to horrific abuse. It doesn't have to be this way. At Coral, we believe that healthy online conversation can exist, given the right systems and tools – and we believe that a healthy democracy depends on it. We built our open source Talk tool to do just that. It now helps journalists at more than 25 news organizations to engage with their communities, share knowledge, empower discussions, and reduce the impact of trolls. And it doesn't share or sell anyone's data while doing it. Current Talk users include The Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, The Intercept, New York Magazine, the National Review, and the Sydney Morning Herald. We're looking for an experienced Full Stack Engineer to join our team to help bring our main product, Talk, into more newsrooms.

  • User Experience Specialist at The Pew Research Center

    Posted 6 days ago

    Pew Research Center is hiring a user-experience specialist to work on our digital team in DC. This role will focus on planning, conducting, and analyzing user research and creating high-level designs (wireframes or sketches) of web pages and other user interfaces. The person in this position must think carefully and deeply about user needs and adds a valuable perspective to the design process. The UX specialist reports to the User Experience Team Lead. This is a term-limited position expected to extend 12-18 months (or through the 2020 election).

  • Senior UX Designer (Editorial) at NPR

    Posted 6 days ago

    NPR in Washington DC is seeking an experienced, talented, and knowledgeable Sr UX Designer lead to work on the Visuals team in the NPR newsroom. You will work in close collaboration with reporters and editors in our newsroom on daily graphics, large digital projects, new storytelling formats, and multiple platforms. You’ll provide design leadership to a growing Visuals team, collaborate on projects, and bring experience with new approaches and methodologies. The Sr UX Designer will build strong relationships and problem-solving collaborations across the newsroom, member stations, our partners, and the public media community.

  • News Developer at the Star Tribune at Star Tribune

    Posted 1 week ago

    The Star Tribune is looking for a developer/journalist to join our ranks of digital makers and help elevate our storytelling through creative uses of code and data. We don’t care how many years of experience you have or what you majored in. If you worry you’re not qualified, take the leap and apply anyway. And if you’re a member of a community that is traditionally underrepresented in news or technology, we especially want to hear from you. Click through for the full job description.

  • Data Visualisation Designer at The Economist

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Economist has featured charts and maps for over 150 years. With around 100,000 under our belt, we’re looking for a full-time data visualisation designer to help us make some more. You’ll work closely with fellow designers and journalists to illuminate stories on the whole range of topics we cover: from finance to football and from chickens to China. Our data-journalism team produces all of the charts, maps and diagrams for the web, our apps and the print newspaper—including our award-winning Graphic Detail section. If you’d like to join us at our Central London office and help illustrate our data on the page, please get in touch at the email address below.

  • Associate Research Scholar at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    The Post-Graduate Reporting Program at the Columbia Journalism School is seeking an Associate Research Scholar, to serve as senior fellow and contribute to an ambitious investigative project that will be carried out by a team of fellows of the Journalism School, directed under the supervision of Columbia Journalism Investigations editor Kristen Lombardi, with support from several school faculty members. The grant-funded position is responsible for launching the first phase of a data-driven research and reporting project on voter rights and disenfranchisement in the United States. The work will be national in scope. The appointment is for six months, but may be renewable based on performance and the continuation of available funding.

  • Investigative Database Reporter/Editor at CQ Roll Call

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    CQ Roll Call is looking for an accomplished database reporter/editor to join its new investigations team. You will be part of a team responsible for producing high-impact investigative stories and projects. These investigations will appear in CQ and Roll Call products, known for nonpartisan news and analysis about politics and policy. We cover important legislation and the political maneuvering behind it, what lawmakers do (and fail to do), federal agencies, the White House, life on Capitol Hill and the relationship between Congress and the greater D.C. community. This is a full-time position.

  • Computational Journalist at The Dallas Morning News

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Dallas Morning News is looking for a computational journalist to join its newsroom. The right candidate has a complementary mix of code skills and journalism chops. She or he will help in our emphasis on developing our interactive, graphic and otherwise visual storytelling online while continuing The News' tradition of statistically sophisticated and data-dense accountability journalism. Our interactives and data team is responsible for both data reporting, analysis and visualization, in addition to developing tools and applications that are both reader and newsroom facing.

  • Editorial Data Analyst at Newsday

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    Would you like to work at an organization that consistently wins journalism prizes, including local New York Emmys, for it's outstanding journalism Newsday.com is looking for a digital journalist with a passion for digging into audience data and spotting patterns and trends. You’ll be working with newsroom leaders, editors and web producers on content creation, programming and product development to better serve and further engage new and existing audiences under a subscriber model. We’d like you to help us identify casual users of our digital products and turn them into habitual, paying users. The ideal candidate is sharp, hardworking and flexible with enough newsroom experience to shape information and analysis quickly, knowing what trends can help make coverage and programming decisions. Reporting directly to the Vice President of Digital Content, the analysts plays a key role in understanding data and analytics for the entire newsroom.

  • Director, Data and Visualization at The Los Angeles Times

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    Want to push the boundaries of visual storytelling? Do you have a passion for telling stories that inform and entertain? The Los Angeles Times is looking for an innovative visual journalist to oversee and manage our team’s efforts in experimental and explanatory storytelling with an emphasis on data visualization and interactive journalism. The ideal candidate has a thirst for learning and a hunger to teach, a track record of guiding others, enjoys collaborating with teams across disciplines and has experience taking stories from pitch to publish.

  • Manager, Quality Engineering at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Atlantic has, for more than 160 years, advanced ideas that matter and sparked global conversation on the most important issues of our time. We aim to bring clarity and original thinking to questions of consequence, on topics ranging from politics, the economy, and global affairs to technology, science, and culture. As the third-longest-running magazine in America, we find ourselves at a remarkable moment: one of both continuation and transformation, of upholding our legacy while continuously reinventing ourselves for the future. We strongly believe that quality matters in everything that we do, and we’re looking for a passionate, thoughtful, and effective leader to build a team that focuses on exactly that. The Quality Engineering team will integrate closely with all of our engineering teams to ensure quality from ideation, through development, and ultimately delivery within our Agile product development process. Requirements: - 5+ years in Quality Assurance or Quality Engineering - 2+ years of management - Experience working in environments using Python, Javascript (Bonus points for Django and ReactJS) - A proven track record in architecting, building, and maintaining scalable and reliable test automation solutions. - Excellent communication skills and a strong desire to drive consistent improvement. - The ability to prioritize, multitask, and work independently in a growing, rapidly changing environment. Responsibilities: - Build, develop, and grow The Atlantic’s Quality Engineering team - from the ground up. - Act as a player-coach to demonstrate and scale best practices within the Quality Engineering team, and across all of our Engineering teams. - Design and implement an automated testing plan that focuses on the highest value and iteratively increases our level of confidence in rapid deployments. - Define key KPIs and metrics for quality across teams. - Work closely with other leaders in Engineering and Product to ensure alignment and focus on the highest priority needs.

  • Senior Software Engineer at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    An essential voice in global affairs since 1857, The Atlantic is seeking an experienced engineer to help design and build the data infrastructure necessary to achieve our growth objectives. As one of the fastest growing privately-held companies in the media industry, The Atlantic has long championed the power of ideas to shape the world. As a member of our Data Engineering team, you will have the unique opportunity to work with the latest cloud technology and to influence product, business and editorial strategy at one of the nation’s most celebrated media institutions. Our ideal candidate is a talented software engineering generalist and strong communicator with a demonstrated capacity for delivering efficient and reliable systems that operate at web scale. What you’ll do: As member of the Data Engineering team, you will partner with our Consumer Revenue, Advertising, Editorial, and Product teams to centralize business-critical information into a data warehouse, provide select systems and services to support high-value growth initiatives, and support the operations and analyses of the Data Science team. This is a significant opportunity to be part of a growing team and help shape the way we develop, deploy, and operate production quality systems. Your work will make a significant impact on The Atlantic. Primary Responsibilities: - Help drive optimization, testing, and tooling to improve data quality - Communicate and collaborate with both technical and non-technical members of the team - Work with data scientists, engineers, and product managers to understand data needs - Design, build, and launch new data extraction, transformation, storage, and loading processes and tools Requirements: - Conviction that high-quality journalism is fundamentally important—and the desire to help it thrive - Enjoy working in a collaborative environment where engineers are expected not only to build great technology, but also to define project vision, specify technical strategy, and always be learning - Experience creating and maintaining relational databases, along with strong SQL skills - Solid knowledge of more than one programming language, with a demonstrated ability to learn new ones - Strong familiarity with Linux and comfort on the command line - Demonstrated success in ingesting, analyzing, and presenting large data-sets - Experience setting up, monitoring and alerting for data pipelines and ETL processes - Comfortable presenting to audiences and communicating effectively and empathetically with clients, stakeholders and colleagues Strong preference will be given to candidates with experience: - Maintaining an Amazon Web Services stack - Google’s BigQuery - NoSQL and MapReduce. - Resource orchestration tools such as AWS Cloud​Formation or Terraform. -Configuration management tools such as ansible, puppet or chef. - Python

  • User Research Lead at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    As The Atlantic seeks to build new products, services, and experiences our readers love, we’re looking for an experienced User Research Lead to help us better understand motivations, emotions, and behaviors; test out new ideas and prototypes; and, ultimately, develop deeper, more regular connections with the people we serve. The ideal candidate will have a rich qualitative foundation, but also grasp—and, preferably, feel at home with—a number of quantitative methods, too. This role will be part of the growth team and based in our New York City office. Responsibilities: - Lead user research projects for new and existing consumer experiences, in collaboration with product, design, marketing, editorial, engineering, and other teams - Collect and analyze user behavior and attitudes using ethnography, site visits, lab studies, surveys, and online testing - Play an integral role in rapid prototyping and iterative product development sprints, enabling teams to gain quicker feedback and yield more productive, actionable insights - Enable the organization and senior stakeholders to better understand audience needs, wants, and perceptions of The Atlantic, especially as they relate to our editorial and subscription products - Continue to expand upon, refine, and help teams apply existing qualitative audience segmentation and jobs-to-be-done research - Support ongoing experimentation and optimization of newly launched, reimagined, and existing products Qualifications: - Deep experience in user-centered research and design, ideally in fast-paced digital subscription or e-commerce settings - A passion for high-quality news and journalism - Background in mixed qualitative and quantitative methods a plus - Knowledge of design and rapid prototyping processes - An intense interest in how research and product development can enable new journalistic models and revenue streams - Ability to communicate and present effectively to peers and to senior executives - Highly collaborative, cross-functional approach to designing and implementing diverse research projects

  • Director, Information Security at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Atlantic has, for more than 160 years, advanced ideas that matter and sparked global conversation on the most important issues of our time. We aim to bring clarity and original thinking to questions of consequence, on topics ranging from politics, the economy, and global affairs to technology, science, and culture. As the third-longest-running magazine in America, we find ourselves at a remarkable moment: one of both continuation and transformation, of upholding our legacy while continuously reinventing ourselves for the future. We're looking for an experienced and passionate information security leader to join our team in this moment of rapid expansion and growth. You will closely collaborate with Engineering, IT, Legal, Product and Dev Ops to establish and maintain a high level of security across our systems, applications, and data platforms. Qualifications: - 5+ years of Information Security experience in increasingly senior roles. - Experience with some or all of: application security, data security, cloud security, risk assessment, vulnerability management - Excellent communication skills and a strong desire to drive consistent improvement. - The ability to prioritize, multitask, and work independently in a growing, rapidly changing environment. - Familiarity with relevant legal and regulatory frameworks Responsibilities: - Develop and lead security initiatives that manage risk, and maintain the continuity of operations to safeguard The Atlantic, our partners, and our customers. - Create programs that develop metrics to measure, report, and enable decision making regarding our controls, compliance and policy effectiveness - Act as a player-coach to demonstrate and scale best practices around every aspect of security across The Atlantic - including running penetrate tests and helping to triage vulnerabilities. - Establish governance to ensure proper security practices are implemented and maintained. - Support compliance initiatives around GDPR, PCI and associated state laws.

  • Data Scientist at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Atlantic is seeking a Data Scientist to help lead research and analysis initiatives and support ongoing delivery of key insights to drive business growth and overall impact. The role will work closely with partners in Consumer Revenue, Advertising, Editorial, and Product to understand performance, identify and predict opportunities for improvement, and develop plans of action to maximize revenue, audience growth, and editorial engagement. This is a great opportunity to be part of a growing team and help shape the way we develop, deploy, and operate production quality analytics systems and processes—and have an impact on how The Atlantic uses data in the years to come. Responsibilities: - Lead research projects from hypothesis formation to delivering findings and recommendations to stakeholders - Use supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques to make predictions and categorize - Design, execute, and evaluate tests across the company - Guide the development of reports, dashboards, and metrics to monitor and improve the performance of our products - Communicate findings and recommendations in a way that’s easily understood by non-quantitative audiences - Work with fellow data scientists, engineers, and product managers to understand and meet emerging data needs Requirements: - The conviction that high-quality journalism is fundamentally important, and the desire to help it thrive - Degree in math, statistics, economics, computer science, or another quantitative field - Relevant professional quantitative experience (not necessarily in the media industry) - Background in consumer revenue, ecommerce, and/or audience development a plus - Experience presenting to audiences and communicating effectively with a variety of different stakeholders - Strong SQL skills - Experience with machine learning techniques in R or Python - In-depth knowledge of statistical methodologies and tools - Demonstrated success in analyzing large datasets Preference will be given to candidates who have: - Experience with Google BigQuery - Experience with Looker (or Tableau, or other similar BI tools)

  • Senior Product Manager, Subscriptions at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Atlantic has, for more than 160 years, advanced ideas that matter and sparked global conversation on the most important issues of our time. We aim to bring clarity and original thinking to questions of consequence, on topics ranging from politics, the economy, and global affairs to technology, science, and culture. As the third-longest-running magazine in America, we find ourselves at a remarkable moment: one of both continuation and transformation, of upholding our legacy while continuously reinventing ourselves for the future. To that end, we're looking for an experienced and passionate Senior Product Manager to join our team in this moment of rapid expansion and growth.You will be instrumental in building out our critical consumer revenue strategy and growing our paying subscriber base. The role will be highly data-driven, working closely with our data science, consumer marketing and engineering teams. You will analyze and optimize conversion funnels, identify opportunities to test and experiment along the way. You must be passionate about creating great customer experiences. We need a customer advocate who champions our readers’ needs and prizes excellent product experiences. You also must have a passion for high quality news products. We're looking for a product leader who is excited by the challenge of crafting a plan to reach our ambitious goals as we explore new revenue models and who can guide iteration on our products along the way. Your responsibilities Include: - Leading the strategy for our consumer revenue product line and serving as internal expert on the state of the digital subscriptions industry - Establishing a shared vision and roadmap with vital stakeholders and partners - Defining and analyzing metrics of success to inform product development decisions - Managing the product lifecycle from concept through launch; identifying opportunities for ongoing improvements - Identifying new areas for product development and leading experimentation, both A/B testing and user testing, within them - Translating organizational objectives into tactical projects and requirements, then partnering closely with design and engineering to lead the development process - Conducting needs assessments, competitive research, user research and market analysis Qualifications for you to have: - 6+ years experience in marketing or eCommerce product development, with a focus on digital subscriptions - Creative problem solver with solid analytical and research skills - Demonstrated ability leading cross-functional teams - Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously - Excellent communication skills, verbal and written, with the ability to converse with business, editorial and technology teams along with senior management - Candidates with experience working in media strongly preferred - Bachelor's degree required, MBA is a plus

  • Senior Product Designer (UX/UI) at The Atlantic

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    The Atlantic is looking for senior designer to join our product team with a focus on the user experience, interactions, UI, visual design for the suite of digital products under The Atlantic brand. The ideal candidate’s experience is rooted in established design principles, and champions best practices and industry standards. You will need to know when to apply established patterns and styles, as well as when to evolve them. You will identify and correct product inconsistencies, in both the visual and user experience of our suite of products. Most importantly, you will create beautiful and usable interfaces that help our editorial team tell their stories. Your responsibilities Include: - Work on the entire lifecycle of the product: planning, research, user flows, prototyping, high-fidelity comps, and collaborate closely with engineers on implementation. - Collaborate with product managers, developers, editors, data and other designers to build insight-driven product designs. - Untangle difficult product challenges through exploration, experimentation and testing. - Help us evolve, expand and utilize our design system, affectionately called Hippo. - Balance the needs of the editorial team, the business, and the user. - Work on both customer-facing interfaces as well as internal systems. - Contribute to the growth of junior colleagues by providing mentorship, feedback, leading critiques, and elevating the overall output of the team. - Identify opportunities for improvement in our products and process and take the initiative to provide solutions. Qualifications for you to have: - You’ve designed and shipped mobile and web products. Experience specific to media or publishing is a plus. - You enjoy both details of the craft and deliberate, long-term systems thinking. You enjoy perfecting typography just as much as creating a component library. - Demonstrate and articulate an understanding of layout, typography and visual hierarchy, coupled with user-centered design and current best practices. - Software expertise with Sketch, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Experience using wireframing and prototyping tools, such as Invision, Omnigraffle, Framer, or Principle. A solid understanding of HTML and CSS. Coding experience is a plus. - Excellent communication and writing skills: can brainstorm with a group, articulate ideas, and tease out feedback from colleagues. - Comfortable working in an agile process environment. - A passion for audience research, user-testing and insight-driven solutions. - Enthusiasm for The Atlantic and a desire to contribute to the growth of our design culture and product expertise.

  • Editorial Experience Designer at ProPublica

    Posted 4 weeks ago

    ProPublica is seeking a talented interactive designer to help us advance the design and UX of our main website and supporting editorial platforms. You will be a part of our growing Design & Production team, focused on building forward-thinking site and story features. You will be at the epicenter of one of the most exciting newsrooms in the country, building user experiences for some of the most important investigative journalism anywhere. Every day will be a chance to work in an environment where design is integral to the mission.

  • Associate Community Manager at Vox Media

    Posted 1 month ago

    The community team’s work covers four main areas: frontline user support, outreach and advocacy, training and education, and communications. As an associate community manager, you’ll be responsible for ensuring that all of our users have the support they need to use our products successfully. You’ll work closely with the rest of the community team to advocate for our users at every stage of the product development cycle and ensure that the things we build will meet their needs.

  • Data Editor at NJ Advance Media

    Posted 1 month ago

    The NJ.com data and interactives team is a fast-growing group of local journalists from diverse backgrounds that have a track record of stories that make change and show Jersey life in a different way. What you'll do: Guide the data team in daily coverage, including breaking news and collaborations with reporters on the news of the day. Manage and support newsroom collaborations on big projects and deep-dive investigations. Help develop our voice and identity as a team. Visit the application page for more details.

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