investigative

INVESTIGATIVE EDITORS FOCUSED ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE (job) by Bear Guerra

Via The Marshall Project:

“The Marshall Project seeks an accomplished and versatile editor to develop high-impact journalism on the criminal justice system in states with high levels of incarceration, especially in the South. The job is part of an expansion of our regional coverage, aimed at finding stories with local repercussions and national resonance.

We’re looking for someone who has experience—at least five years—working with reporters from idea to conception through final line edit, helping to make fair, clear, gripping, well-told stories out of complicated policy and politics. The right candidate will be at ease with data, documents, public-records requests and other investigative reporting tools and with editing stories for any medium. Familiarity with the cultural diversity, history and politics of the region—and specifically policing, criminal courts and corrections—is an invaluable asset.”

https://www.themarshallproject.org/jobs/regional-editor

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INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS (job) by Bear Guerra

Via ProPublica:

“Investigative coverage of the federal government and its impact on people’s lives — based in DC.

We’re doubling down on our investigative coverage of the federal government and its impact on people’s lives. And we’re adding a member to our award-winning engagement reporting team to do it.

What do we mean by covering the federal government? There’s an enormous amount of news coming from Washington. We’re not particularly interested in the fights or the tweets. Instead, we are going to be digging into what’s really happening inside the halls of power that affects the lives of Americans. We’re looking for a journalist who will mobilize communities constituents, employees, voters, taxpayers and more — around civic issues they care about. We’ll turn the community’s input into stories holding officials to account.”

DEADLINE: March 24.

https://www.propublica.org/jobs/engagement-reporter-washington-dc-march-2019

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