Via The Chronicle of Higher Education:

The Chronicle of Higher Education is seeking an experienced, enterprising reporter to produce morally forceful work that examines how money, and colleges’ pursuit of it, alters and upends the mission of higher education. This reporter will ask and answer pointed questions about the influence of key moneymakers — including athletics departments, health centers, research labs and departments supported by external funders, enrollment managers and recruiters — on a sector of vital national importance.

We are looking for a creative and tenacious reporter who has a track record of developing deep sourcing, mining data, and using freedom-of-information laws to probe how colleges act as stewards of their students and the public trust. This reporter will publish distinct journalism that highlights issues of ethics and integrity and forces change.

The right candidate has at least five years of experience and is a natural storyteller who can write with authority and generate distinctive story ideas, framed for a national audience. You’ll need to be self-motivated and proactive, eager to collaborate with others, and able to drive conversations about the big issues facing higher education.

The Chronicle is independently owned and based in Washington, D.C. Our pay is commensurate with experience, and our benefits are among the best in the business.

If this sounds like the place you want to make your mark, send a cover letter, résumé, and five clips to”


Via MacMillan:

“This is a full-time Assistant Editor position for Tor Nightfire, a new horror imprint; responsibilities will be fairly evenly divided between acting as assistant to the imprint’s Senior Editor and building the Assistant Editor’s own list of projects. The ideal candidate will have experience as an editorial assistant, a sincere interest in working in horror fiction, and the ability to assess the publish ability of submissions as well as some editing and copywriting experience.

Experience Needed:

• 1-2 years as an editorial assistant or equivalent
• Some experience with expository writing/publication of articles a plus.”*18C8A53B2B1D8450



Via Voice of Witness:

“Part time: 20 hours per week, prorated salary/benefits (medical, dental, PTO)

Salary: $20K

Start date: July 2019

We are seeking an editorial assistant (EA) to VOW’s managing editor (ME) to work on upcoming and existing books in the VOW series. EA will assist ME in a range of editorial and administrative tasks. The EA position tasks include but are not limited to: coordinating and interfacing among ME, project leads, and other VOW staff; transcription; project documentation and  communications; volunteer coordination; and maintaining departmental and project budgets. If you have experience with project management and publishing, have a passion for storytelling, and would like to help our dynamic, award-winning nonprofit increase our impact, please consider joining our small, dedicated team.

Applicants will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, be highly collaborative, and be comfortable as an ambassador for VOW. Qualified applicants will have at least two years of experience in project organization or a similar editorial assistant position. Applicants who have experience working with immigrant communities or social justice issues are encouraged to apply. Fluency in Spanish or another language is a plus. EA ideally has an interest in and familiarity with trends in publishing. Applicants will also be organized, detail oriented, and adept at project documentation.”


NEWS FEATURES WRITERS (job) by Bear Guerra

Via The Guardian:

“Last day to apply to your dream job: writing about pop culture, quirky stories, viral internet culture, with a few big features thrown in. Cover letter = we want to hear your VOICE! All backgrounds encouraged!

The Guardian US seeks a versatile, sharp-witted writer for a high metabolism reporting role that spans digital culture, pop culture, politics, media, celebrity, trends, memes, offbeat, quirky news and Internet obsessions. We’re looking for someone with a distinctive voice who can bring dose of playful intelligence to the Guardian US story mix and generate clever, creative approaches to buzzy news stories.” 


ONLINE VIDEO EDITORS (job) by Bear Guerra

Via Mongabay:

“Online video news provides a powerful and popular way of covering compelling stories and reach new audiences. To scale up and systematize Mongabay’s video program, we’re hiring a Video Manager to create, commission, and edit original content sourced from a global network of videographers inspired by conservation and environmental science.”

TRAVEL EDITORS (FT job) by Bear Guerra


Via Outside:

“We're hiring a full-time editor to help spearhead our growing travel coverage. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who can conceive of, assign, and edit ambitious travel ideas for print and online. They should bring a deep well of travel contacts, creative ideas, and the fire to execute them well, plus rigorous time- and deadline-management skills. 

Essential duties will include:

  • Help lead our Travel efforts in the front of the magazine and online;

  • Conceive of, assign, and edit stories and regular columns for print and digital; 

  • Pitch ideas for print and digital;

  • Manage and grow our stable of travel writers;

  • Monitor online travel traffic and hit monthly online traffic goals; 

  • Stoke an obsession with the adventure travel world. 

This job is based in our Santa Fe, New Mexico headquarters; no remote candidates. Salary commensurate with experience.



Via First Look Media:

“The Photo Editor at will be responsible for executing and pitching visual stories, researching archival stories, creating layouts, and working closely across teams.

The Photo Editor will be expected to have a developed understanding of visual storytelling. This position should have a deep knowledge of photography across genres and the ability to develop relationships with creators, agencies, galleries, and archives.  

The Editor will be an integral member of the team and will report to the Editor, Visuals, Based in NY.”


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.”



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.


AUDIO/SCRIPT EDITORS (job) by Bear Guerra

Via Self Evident:

Self Evident: Asian America's Stories is looking to hire a part-time story editor (remote/paid) to work about a day week for the next 8 weeks! The work is script-focused (not DAW-focused), with flexible hours and lots of collaboration with producers throughout the process. If you're interested, please click through to see all the details.

And to answer perhaps the most obvious question: We're prioritizing review of applications from people who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander, and we'd love for POC editors across the board to apply.”