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  • Associate Visual Journalist at FiveThirtyEight

    Posted 3 days ago

    We're looking for an associate visual journalist to design, edit and produce charts, tables and maps.

  • Visual Journalist at FiveThirtyEight

    Posted 3 days ago

    We're looking for a visual journalist to create graphics-driven stories and interactive data visualizations.

  • JavaScript / Interactive Developer at Pitchfork

    Posted 1 week ago

    We're looking for a sharp, creative JavaScript developer excited about pushing hard on UI and UX across all platforms. Your work will be seen daily by millions around the world, and you'll be a part of a small team of designers and developers whose work has been praised for redefining online music journalism and influencing the medium itself. Our work environment is fast-paced and intimate: we all work very closely, and everyone has say in new ideas, features, and approach. You should be someone constantly learning about new technology and keenly aware of its practical applications and limitations. It should go without saying that you’re willing to take on any task, regardless of size or glory. Everyone here wears many hats, and no job is too small for anyone. Strong communication skills are a must, as is the desire to teach as much as you learn. A love for music doesn’t hurt, either.

  • BBC News - Head of Statistics at BBC News

    Posted 1 week ago

    We are now looking for a Head of Statistics who understands important statistical techniques but is also passionate about helping BBC News to better tell stories that contain numbers and data. The post holder will act as a consultant to BBC journalists from across the News division, advising them on the correct use and framing of statistics in their output. Secondly, the post holder will work closely with the Data Team within Visual Journalism on stories where complex statistical analysis is needed.

  • Lead Front-End Developer at The Tylt

    Posted 1 week ago

    The Tylt is looking to hire a Lead Front-End Developer to join our talented and growing team. This role will allow you to have ownership over the entire front-end of our primary site and any associated properties. You will be the first front-end developer on the team and as such, will set the tone, style, and workflow for all future front-end endeavors. You will be responsible for working closely with the Senior Product Engineer, Product Designer, and UX Designer to bring product visions to life in an elegant and timely manner. You will also work closely with editors and other team members in order to optimize their user experience. You'll have the opportunity to gain deep, hands-on experience, learn and grow within an agile, but well-supported startup environment.

  • Data Reporter at McClatchyDC

    Posted 2 weeks ago

    McClatchy is seeking two creative journalists who love finding data, mining data and telling stories with data. If you are a news hound with a nose for numbers and an interest in multiplying that instinct across 30 newsrooms, we want to hear from you. McClatchy is creating these positions to make sense of the news for our readers and to make sense of the data for our newsrooms. Whether the issue is guns or voting, immigration or segregation, money or marriage, we want to identify data stories and support efforts to localize them. The Data Reporter will work closely with journalists in D.C. -- reporters, editors and developers -- as well as local developers, reporters and other journalists to facilitate multi-platform, multidimensional storytelling. Success in the role will depend on being an aggressive hunter/gatherer with an opportunistic outlook and a collaborative style. This position will work with: the Washington bureau’s correspondents and editors; the shared news group; the centralized video team; and journalists across the company. Part of the team’s mission is to model meaningful, innovative digital journalism. A motivational, collegial work style is a must, as is a desire to learn and teach about new forms of storytelling.

  • Product Developer at ProPublica

    Posted 3 weeks ago

    ProPublica is seeking a talented, versatile full-stack developer to advance the functionality and design of our website and platform-level projects. This position – a new one at ProPublica – is responsible for collaborating directly with the business-side staff and newsroom leadership to improve our core site, implement new tools to support our expanding business operations, and find useful, delightful ways that technology can help us do our jobs better.

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