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Posted 2 weeks ago
CORRECTIV is a multi award winning non-profit investigative newsroom in Germany. We focus on long-term investigations into topics that receive too little attention in other media. Besides journalists, the newsroom includes a data and technology team that builds innovative tools to help journalists investigate. To grow this team, we are opening a position of a senior Python full stack developer. As a part of the team, you work closely with journalists, designers, product managers and developers to build innovative tools. You are in charge of the Django-based publishing platform, which also includes a membership and donation system. You make independent technical and architectural decisions, support the newsroom with technical expertise and help us grow our technology team.
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
RFE/RL is seeking a visual journalist to join the Central Newsroom’s English-language digital team in Prague, Czech Republic. The candidate will bring stories from our broadcast region to life, through graphics, video, data, and/or code, whether the topic is breaking news, or a longform package. You'll create visual content such as news graphics, data visualizations, and microsites.
Posted 1 month ago
The Financial Times is hiring a senior developer to lead a team of four developer-journalists who work alongside data and visual journalists in our London newsroom on a variety of public-facing projects from complex investigations and news applications to simple, fast-turnaround graphics.
Posted 2 months ago
The Pulitzer Prize-winning ICIJ is looking for a network and security engineer to join its Data & Research Unit, a multidisciplinary team of programmers and data reporters that uses technological innovation to drive cross-border investigations. Working with ICIJ’s team, based in Washington, D.C. (United States) or Paris (France), the selected candidate will work on our principal research and development project to build a peer-to-peer application that will accelerate collaboration between ICIJ member journalists. This project, known as DataShare, is being developed with the support of The Brown Institute for Media Innovation and FRONTLINE. This position will also advise ICIJ on security issues connected to the organization’s work and its reporting projects.