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  • Digital Editor at CapRadio

    Posted 1 day ago

    CapRadio’s Digital Content team oversees content production for our digital platforms, including, social media, our ReCap and Coronavirus newsletters and other channels. As part of the Digital team you will help utilize digital tools and platforms to inform, engage and inspire our audiences. Visit our webpage for the full job announcement and for instructions on how to apply!

  • Director, Editorial Infrastructure at New Yorker

    Posted 5 days ago

    The New Yorker is seeking a creative and collaborative technical product manager to lead our editorial infrastructure team. The candidate will lead the planning and shipping of internal products that support The New Yorker’s editorial processes. The department’s mandate is to design, build and implement tools that the editorial staff uses to produce stories, and which solve the magazine’s operational challenges. You will work across the publication to understand editorial needs with respect to assigning stories, scheduling, managing article assets, and all other aspects of editorial workflow. Leading a lean infrastructure design and engineering team, you will evaluate our current workflow and data systems and propose long-lasting solutions to be built or implemented and maintained.

  • Senior Producer at ProPublica

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    ProPublica is looking for a creative and collaborative filmmaker to join its films and video department as a film development producer and senior producer. You’ll work as part of a small team to expand our film and video offerings. We’re looking for someone versatile with a knack for storytelling and strong skills in project management and communication. This person will work closely with the executive producer on a variety of projects with different rhythms and timelines. The position will involve collaborating with independent filmmakers and production companies, in-house filmmakers, reporters and editors, as well as helping us develop and nurture more and better films, series and audio-visual projects.

  • Climate Reporter, West Coast at ProPublica

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    ProPublica is seeking a reporter to cover the West Coast, from California to Alaska, and climate as an investigative beat, describing not only how climate change is being lived but how decisions by individuals, industries and governments are shaping life-and-death outcomes. We want stories that will surprise, that probe deeply, that test underlying assumptions and that show how California, the nation’s most influential climate policy lab, as well as Washington, Oregon and Alaska, are making choices that will resonate across the country and around the world.

  • Audience Editor, SEO at ProPublica

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    ProPublica is looking for an editor to join its award-winning audience team. This new position will develop and execute SEO strategies for ProPublica projects and will report to the deputy audience editor. In addition, the role will involve working closely with senior editors and reporters, editing the presentation of our stories, spearheading our collaborative social storytelling process, writing and editing headlines and brainstorming creative partnerships.

  • Associate Product Developer at ProPublica

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    ProPublica is hiring an associate product developer to join our team of thoughtful, creative designers and developers who oversee the wide range of technical infrastructure that supports our journalism, from the website, mobile apps and email products to the CMS, internal tools for editorial and business users and membership management. The associate product developer will work directly with business and newsroom staff to advance the functionality and design of our publishing platform

  • Senior Data Engineer at Northeastern University

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Media Cloud / Northeastern University team is looking for a Senior Data Engineer to help us build tools to track and monitor how news flows online. We're a small & nimble team rebuilding big data pipelines for cross-platform research into hate speech, partisanship, etc. We are looking for a Python NLP/jupyter/ML/etc. person with a curiosity for using data to understand online media. Our work focuses on social justice, representation, and related issues in academic, activist, and non-profit settings. We're funded by progressive foundations. Find out more about our work at This position is grant-funded through the end of 2023, with a good chance of extension. It would be housed at Northeastern University with full benefits. Our team is distributed across the globe, so we are open to remote work (with occasional travel to Boston).

  • Investigative Reporter - Health at Center for Public Integrity

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit investigative news organization that reports on inequality, seeks a reporter to focus on inequality in health outcomes and access to health care. Structural inequality in wealth and access to health care, employment, housing, education and political power worsened the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities of color and among people with disabilities in the U.S. and likely accelerated the spread of the virus and its death toll, while the pandemic itself further widened the inequality that fueled it. Public Integrity is looking for an investigative reporter who sees these connections and is committed to solutions-oriented journalism with and in service to the communities and people affected by the issues we cover. The ideal candidate will have experience in data-driven investigative reporting and deep knowledge of the historical context and modern drivers of inequality such as access to democracy, employment, housing, health care, education, business and finance. Fluency in multiple languages is a plus.

  • Data Journalist - Local Collaborations at Center for Public Integrity

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Center for Public Integrity, a Pulitzer Prize-winning nonprofit news organization focused on investigating inequality in the U.S., seeks a data journalist to support collaborative work with local newsrooms and journalists. In addition to its own national investigative reporting, Public Integrity aims to build capacity among local news organizations and journalists for investigative reporting that confronts inequality, particularly those primarily serving communities of color. This person in this position will drive our efforts to help local newsrooms do data-driven investigations around inequality. They will support partnerships between Public Integrity and individual newsrooms and regional collaboratives by providing training, mentorship and support that builds capacity among local journalists serving communities of color.

  • Director of Technology at Tiny News Collective

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    The Tiny News Collective provides the tools, resources and commonwealth of knowledge to help people build sustainable news organizations that reflect and serve their communities. We support voices historically excluded from media and media ownership. The director of technology oversees our entire technology operation: managing the technology team, setting the roadmap and vision for technology at the collective, maintaining relationships with our third-party vendors, looking for new opportunities to provide critical technology, and ensuring a quality user experience. This is a leadership role within the Tiny News Collective, setting the general direction and ensuring the sustainability of the project.

  • South American Editor/Editor de Suramérica at Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project

    Posted 1 month ago

    OCCRP is seeking to hire a regional South American 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 South America and be a citizen or permanent resident of that region. They will also liaise closely with the rest of OCCRP’s Latin American team, as well as OCCRP editors and journalists around the world. This is a full-time position. We are looking for a solid, proven investigative editor who is Spanish speaker native and fluent in English who can work efficiently with our partners and independent journalists from Latin America. The ideal candidate has experience in investigative reporting and some experience in editing and managing teams. They will be responsible for developing cross-border investigative stories. / OCCRP busca contratar a un editor regional de Suramérica para que se una a su equipo de periodistas y editores especializados en investigaciones transfronterizas. El editor deberá encargar, gestionar y ayudar a producir investigaciones de alta calidad, que tengan un impacto en la sociedad y aborden directamente el flagelo del crimen organizado y la corrupción en el continente. Es fundamental que la persona esté familiarizada con los altos estándares de OCCRP. El editor regional deberá estar ubicado en América del Sur y ser o ciudadano o residente permanente en un país de la región. También estará en contacto estrecho con el resto del equipo latinoamericano de OCCRP, así como con los editores y periodistas de OCCRP del resto del mundo. Se trata de un cargo a tiempo completo. Buscamos un editor de investigación con experiencia, hispanohablante y con dominio del inglés, que trabaje de manera eficiente con socios y periodistas de América Latina. El candidato ideal tiene experiencia en investigación periodística y cierta experiencia en edición y gestión de equipos. Será responsable de desarrollar historias de investigación transfronterizas.

  • Full-Stack Web Developer at VTDigger

    Posted 1 month ago

    We are seeking a Full-Stack Web Developer to join VTDigger’s growing technology team. The role is to develop, maintain and expand the technologies that power our non-profit digital journalism, including tools on our website, our email newsletter products, a native app and emerging platforms, as well as our business system integrations. You will report to our Chief Product Officer and will work closely with our Creative Director, as well as with revenue and editorial teams as needed.

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