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  • Digital Producer at The Pew Research Center

    Posted today

    We're hiring a digital producer to join the Pew Research Center digital team at our office in Washington, DC. In this role you'll play a key role as a member of a multi-disciplinary team that also includes researchers, writers, web developers, graphic designers, UX and analytics staff publishing Center research and analyses as well as developing innovative digital products for multiple platforms including the web site, email newsletters and social media.

  • Newsroom Outreach Lead at Data & Society Research Institute

    Posted 4 days ago

    Data & Society Research Institute seeks a one-year, full-time outreach lead to share its research on disinformation and media manipulation with newsrooms and media leadership by producing practitioner-focused materials, events, and individual briefings as required. The Newsroom Outreach Lead will ensure that our research is both directly informed by working journalists, and reaches them in actionable ways. This is a 12-month contract position.

  • Web & Graphics Editor at Better Government Association

    Posted 5 days ago

    The BGA is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that combines investigative journalism, advocacy and civic engagement to promote better government in Illinois. The BGA seeks a Web & Graphics Editor to lead our digital publishing and design efforts at our downtown Chicago office. This position requires that you be comfortable with design and with code. You will be a key player in developing our full suite of digital products — our website, microsites, off-platform pages, and more. You will also manage presentation and publishing of our stories on our CMS.

  • Investigations Editor at Houston Chronicle

    Posted 1 week ago

    An ambitious, energetic newsroom seeks an investigations editor who can lift the level of our most important journalism. This editor will lead a team of five reporters, a data editor and two digital specialists.

  • Editor at MuckRock Foundation

    Posted 1 week ago

    Love documents and transparency? Want to use new technology to drive local and national reporting that would otherwise be impossible? Can you crack a decent redaction joke? The MuckRock Foundation is hiring an editor to oversee our reporting, resources, and partnerships across MuckRock, DocumentCloud, oTranscribe, and our other programs.

  • Interactive Producer at Capital Public Radio

    Posted 1 week ago

    As an Interactive Producer you'll be part of a three-person team along with a fellow Interactive Producer and our Senior Editor, Digital Content. Our team oversees content production for our digital platforms, including, social media, our ReCap newsletter, and other channels. This includes work with CapRadio News and CapRadio Music. We also manage Great Question!, our audience-powered series answering questions from the community. In any given day you'll be managing our social media channels, writing and posting breaking news stories, working with other reporters to prepare their stories for the web, or pitching and working on your own projects.

  • Director of Programs at OpenNews

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    OpenNews is hiring a full-time Director of Programs to help shape the future of our work. OpenNews supports journalists pushing for technical and cultural change in newsrooms. Our purpose is to provide spaces where journalists can join a community, learn from each other, and take lessons back to their news organizations. Our Director of Programs will help shape the vision, process, and programs for how OpenNews will continue to serve this community for many years to come.

  • Newsroom Software Engineer at The New York Times

    Posted 3 weeks 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:

  • Digital designer at International Consortium for Investigative Journalists

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    We’re searching for someone to help us lift our visual game, and make our journalism more appealing to the eye and more engaging to an even broader audience. Are you passionate about telling the world’s most important stories, visually? About producing beautiful, engaging designs that can help change our world for the better? We want to hear from you! We want you to create designs, graphics and visual experiences that will help translate our stories into engaging, meaningful content for our readers. This will involve everything from producing bespoke graphics, working on informative data visualizations, improving the look and feel of our website, newsletters and social media content, and more. We’ll put any and all of your design skills to good use.

  • Director of Audience Development at The Marshall Project

    Posted 4 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.

  • Managing Editor at Broadsheet

    Posted 1 month ago

    Broadsheet needs an experienced managing editor to build a team and cover the 2020 Presidential Campaign. As we approach the most important election of our lives, trust in media is at an all time low. Faith in news from social media feeds – where 7 in 10 Americans get updates – is an even more appalling 4%. We’re going to make a new home for trustworthy election coverage, and we need your help. There are plenty of publishers and aggregators chasing clicks, page views, or time on site. We are not. Your mandate is simple: answer the questions that most matter to Broadsheet readers.

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