As ICIJ grows as an independent organization, we’re planning on expanding our team in some key areas. We’re now on the lookout for a digitally-minded journalist with newsroom experience to bolster our online community building and take part in upcoming projects.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) is a global network of more than 190 of the world’s best reporters in 65 countries who collaborate on large-scale investigations on issues that do not stop at national frontiers: cross-border crime, corruption, and the accountability of power. Recent projects include the Panama Papers, the Evicted and Abandoned investigation into the impact of World Bank projects, Swiss Leaks, Luxembourg Leaks and more.
We are looking for a journalist to join our close-knit team and work with ICIJ’s digital editor, other team members and reporting partners to build and strengthen our communities of readers, supporters and members.
The ideal candidate has some newsroom experience (preferably online), good knowledge of social media platforms, content marketing techniques and tools for engaging audiences online, as well as some website production skills. To work at ICIJ, you will need to be an effective collaborator who works well with colleagues and partners across many disciplines, time zones and languages. There will be opportunities to innovate and to help guide ICIJ’s digital strategy. You will also have the chance to work with the world’s top journalists on international investigations.
The team at ICIJ is small but highly ambitious, creative, energetic and passionate about our mission: producing investigative journalism with global impact. We value team-players who are willing to go beyond the duties on their job description to help the organization grow. ICIJ prides itself on supporting career development and nurturing skills to help each employee achieve their full potential.
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ICIJ is committed to hiring employees from diverse backgrounds with excellent journalism skills. People of color, women, LGBTQ, and differently-abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.