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Posted 2 days 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.
Posted 2 days ago
Position overview: OCCRP is seeking a journalist with a passion for digital storytelling who can craft intelligent, compelling social media promotion campaigns that highlight our investigations and connect new readers to them. The social media editor will be a key part of our newsroom and work closely with OCCRP’s editors to help us use social media tools to convey our stories to a wide range of readers and start conversations around them. Reports to: Head of editorial management Team: Editorial
Posted 5 days 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 www.occrp.org Position overview: The position is full-time, subject to six-month probation period Reports to: Director of Development
Posted 1 week ago
The Texas Tribune and ProPublica are hiring a data reporter to join our shared investigative team. The individual will be instrumental in our coverage of important accountability stories throughout Texas.
Posted 3 weeks ago
OCCRP is seeking to hire an East Africa Regional Editor to join their team of cross-border investigative journalists and editors. The editor will be expected to commission, manage, and help produce high-quality investigations that have a real-world impact and directly address the scourge of organized crime and corruption on the continent. Critically, the person should be familiar with the high standards of OCCRP. The regional editor will be located in East Africa and be a citizen of that region. They will also liaise closely with the rest of OCCRP’s Africa team, as well as OCCRP editors and journalists around the world. This position can be fashioned as a one-year fellowship.
Posted 1 month ago
OCCRP is seeking to hire a senior investigative editor to join its team of cross-border investigative journalists and editors. The editor will be expected to commission, manage, and help produce high-quality investigations that have a real-world impact and directly address the scourge of organized crime and corruption on the continent. Critically, the person should be familiar with the high standards of OCCRP. The editor will be based in Asia and be a citizen or permanent resident of a country in Asia. He or she will liaise closely with OCCRP editors and journalists around the world. We are looking for a solid, proven investigative editor who is fluent in written and spoken English and Chinese, and who can work efficiently with our partners and independent journalists in Asia. The ideal candidate will have experience in investigative reporting and some experience in editing and managing teams. He or she will be responsible for developing cross-border investigative stories.