Data Journalism Jobs

This resource is updated regularly by looking into different websites to filter and aggregate data journalism job offers. We then normalize and clean the data about each job offer to make it visualizable and import it into Silk.

The term "data journalism" is here intended in a very broad sense, to refer to a set of skill that range from data analysis to infographics and interactive visualizations; from coding and developing news apps to designing  news content. For this, you might find also designer and software engineering jobs, if they are for a newsroom.

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Active Job Offers Currently Listed: 143, of which 92 not yet expired

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Cartographer, Senior Production - National GeographicNational GeographicPlay a role in conceiving, researching, designing, editing, and producing the National Geographic's retail and custom maps. Position entails all aspects of map production, proofing, and revision in a team-based mapping environment with production and editing as primary areas of specialization. Responsibilities: Develop concepts, research, design or art direct maps as needed for internal and external partners in print and digital formats. Provide direction to map production artists and vendors. (70%); Coordinate with map editors and database staff to insure proper editorial and data standards are being met in all products. (15%); Maintains filing system for group access of map data and archives project work in an orderly and timely manner following divisional archive guidelines. (10%); Stay informed and trained on the latest technologies for print and interactive map development, and establish connections in the industry. (5%)Washington D.C., United States
Computational Journalist - The Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning News is looking for a computational journalist to join its newsroom. The right candidate has a complementary mix of code skills and journalism chops. She or he will help lead a new emphasis on developing our interactive and graphic storytelling online while continuing The News’ tradition of statistically sophisticated and data-dense journalism. Bring home a hot take on statewide demographic trends, grind out an election app or drop readers deep into a non-linear narrative. Your job is to bring the news to readers online with all the richness of the medium. The position will be part of The News’ Projects team, but whoever fills it will range across beats to support data-driven journalism all over the newsroom. She or he will also develop web apps, data visualizations and open source tools to support her own and other staff reporting. The right candidate has sound news judgment, is a facile writer of code (and sometimes copy), works easily between teams of developers and journalists and coolly manages deadlines.Dallas, Texas, United States
Computer-Assisted-Reporting Producer - E.W. Scripps Washington BureauE.W. Scripps Washington BureauThe computer assisted reporting (C.A.R.) producer will work with interactive features for investigative projects and stories. The C.A.R. producer will create a visualization story from the data collected and analyzed. Key activities: Generate research and provide C.A.R. analysis for long form investigative stories; Coordinate with bureau reporters/producers to integrate data into investigative projects; Develop and manage new story projects; Works with reporters and other producer's using computer-assisted reporting skills to produce investigations about abuses of power, corruption and betrayals of trust by public officials and other institutions charged with functioning in the public interest; Prep data for online presentation/analysis to help create excellent, audience-directed content for online digital presentations and social media outlets; Meets established deadlines; Adheres to Code of Ethics and Editorial Standards and Practices of the company; Travel as required; Other duties as assignedWashington D.C., United States
Content Editor (Graphics) - The Globe and MailThe Globe and MailThe Globe and Mail is currently seeking a Content Editor (Graphics) to join its award-winning team of visual journalists. Reporting to the Design Director, the editor is responsible for the assignment, curation and editing of graphics and data projects of all shapes and sizes on all platforms. The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic, resourceful journalist who understands the endless possibilities of visual storytelling in the digital era, as well as the enduring power offered by print. Responsibilities: Conceive and assign information graphics and data visualizations for The Globe's print and digital stories. Identify, research and source relevant information and data pertaining to charting and graphics. Provide copy editing support: writing, editing and proofreading graphics material. Communicate daily and long-term priorities and assignments to staff.Toronto, Canada
Data and Interactives editor - Huffington PostHuffington PostThe Huffington Post is looking for an editor to lead a small, award-winning data team based in New York. This is a key role that will help shape the future of data visualization and interactive features at our organization. The ideal candidate can work comfortably on deadline, can manage time and resources for multiple projects, and can work with both editorial and technical groups. He or she should also be able to build, manage or provide precise feedback on apps and maps, data analysis and design, and data stories around news events. This editor will have an opportunity to work with great writers, reporters, editors and production crews to lead trend-setting journalism. See a sample of the team’s work at York City, New York, United States
Data and Visual Director - Wisconsin Center for Investigative JournalismWisconsin Center for Investigative JournalismWe have a rare opening at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, as Kate Golden, our beloved and multitalented multimedia director, exits to Australia. If you’re interested in succeeding her, we want to talk with you about our newly fashioned position: Data and Visual Director. The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism punches way above its weight. See We are a nonpartisan nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on government accountability and quality of life issues. In five years we have won 32 regional Milwaukee Press Club awards and the first Associated Press Media Editors Innovator of the Year for College Students award for collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison journalism school. And our student reporters are three-time finalists in the Investigative Reporters and Editors Awards. Perks of working at WCIJ include reporting on a state with astonishingly divided politics and a presidentially inclined governor with no end of surprises. We’ve reported recently on alleged prison abuses, the use of students as confidential drug informants and — in the number-one state for old-fashioneds — why drunken driving is still a misdemeanor offense here. Also, nearly half the private drinking water wells are unsafe, and a dead zone appears in Green Bay each year. Still, it’s awfully nice here in Madison. The bike paths are numerous, the rent relatively cheap and the farm produce plentiful. Our office bar is the famed Memorial Union Terrace, over Lake Mendota. The rest of the staff includes an executive director, an associate director who focuses on the business side, a managing editor, a part-time veteran environmental reporter, three paid reporting interns and one paid public engagement and marketing intern. We also are hiring a radio reporting fellow in conjunction with Wisconsin Public Radio. We’re a flexible, fun workplace that still manages to do some hard-core work. It’s not unusual for homemade pie or guacamole to show up at the “world headquarters” in Vilas Hall. We communicate by Slack (also in person – yo!) and are willing to experiment with new techniques and technologies. (Ask us about our wooden cow!) Interested in working with us from a remote location? You’ll miss out on the pie and guacamole, but we’ll consider your application. Preference given to someone who can be here at least once a week, to facilitate our work with student journalists.Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Data Desk Internship - Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles TimesThe Los Angeles Times is looking for an intern to join our Data Desk. It is a paid position. The Data Desk is a team of reporters and computer programmers that works with journalists in The Times newsroom to collect, organize, analyze and present large amounts of information. In short, we use data to find and tell stories. Stories that make a difference. Stories that otherwise would not be told. We are seeking an applicant with interest and experience doing the same. Our team is responsible for the full development stack.Los Angeles, California, United States
Data Driven / Visual Editor - QuartzQuartzQuartz seeks a leader for its growing Things team, which is responsible for our most ambitious data-driven and visual journalism, and to imbue the spirit of that work throughout the organization. The Things editor will coordinate the team’s projects and priorities, help the team grow, and contribute her own reporting, writing, coding, and editing. It is a senior role within the Quartz newsroom that would be perfect for someone with a lot of experience on a news apps or interactive graphics desk.New York City, New York, United States
Data Driven / Visual Reporter - QuartzQuartzQuartz seeks a reporter to help us commit acts of journalism with code. You would be part of the growing Quartz Things team, which is chiefly responsible for our data-driven and visual journalism, from charts to interactive graphics to news apps. "Thing" is simply our catchall term for stories that break free of the traditional article format to convey information in ways that work better on the web. Developing those new storytelling methods—and empowering others to use them, as well—is the challenge of this job.New York City, New York, United States
Data Driven / Visual Reporter - Quartz (2)QuartzQuartz seeks a reporter to help us commit acts of journalism with code. You would be part of the growing Quartz Things team, which is chiefly responsible for our data-driven and visual journalism, from charts to interactive graphics to news apps. "Thing" is simply our catchall term for stories that break free of the traditional article format to convey information in ways that work better on the web. Developing those new storytelling methods—and empowering others to use them, as well—is the challenge of this job.London, United Kingdom
Data Editor - MapLightMapLightMapLight, an innovative, award-winning nonprofit that tracks money’s influence on politics, is seeking a Data Editor with strong data analysis skills to join its dynamic team. In this role, you will work with MapLight’s internal databases of campaign contribution data, lobbying data, legislative voting records and more to develop our data-driven news stories and ensure their accuracy. Ideally, you will play an integral role in MapLight’s editorial department, ensuring the quality and timeliness of all content we publish. You must possess impeccable attention to detail in order to manage multiple data inquiries and quickly adjust priorities to accommodate a 24-hour news cycle. Responsibilities: Ensure that all content meets the organization’s standards for 100% accuracy; Verify facts, dates, and statistics using MapLight’s databases and other reference sources; Work closely with data and research teams, editors, and communications staff while producing content; Work with journalists outside MapLight to fulfill custom data requestsBerkley, California, United States
Data Fellow - ProPublicaProPublicaProPublica is seeking a Data Fellow to help research and produce the in-depth, data-driven investigations we’re known for. The data fellowship is a long-term internship (up to one year) working with our award-winning News Application and Data team, assisting with the data preparation and statistical analysis that is central to projects like Surgeon Scorecard.New York City, New York, United States
Data Journalism Internship - PBS NewsHour WeekendPBS NewsHour WeekendWe are seeking an intern to learn from producers and designers to develop data journalism and visualization projects. The intern will assist with projects from inception through completion including: research, data-analysis, and presentation design. An important part of the process will be determining the best way to tell the story. This could be a chart, graph, diagram, map or something else entirely. You must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program to be eligible for this internship.New York City, New York, United States
Data Journalist - BloombergBloombergBloomberg is seeking a talented and motivated data journalist to create graphics and illustrations for a new operation that provides a morning news summary to users of the Bloomberg Terminal. The journalist will work closely with award-winning writers, editors, designers, analysts, and coders to create graphics and illustrations under deadline.New York City, New York, United States
Data Journalist - Bloomberg (UK)BloombergBloomberg is seeking a talented and motivated data journalist to create graphics for a new operation that provides fast commentary on breaking news. The journalist will work closely with award-winning writers, editors, designers, analysts, and coders to create graphic stories under deadline. Strong reporting, research, analytical, and time-management skills are critical. Promising candidates will be as comfortable writing news analysis as they are using data to create static and interactive graphics. A passion for journalism, data, and design is essential, as is a solid understanding of digital tools, trends, and infrastructure. Please include a link to your online portfolio in your resume. Your application will not be considered without a portfolio.London, United Kingdom
Data journalist - DerStandardDer StandardAs a leading Austrian media company for quality journalism and social discourse we are looking for tech-savvy Data journalist with a strong passion for data and design and first experiences in journalism. Your tasks: statistical and interactive infographics and analyzing texts; Data research, developing their own narrative formats; Support the journalists in the visualization of products and the integration of data aspectsVienna, Austria
Data Journalist - E-solutionsE-SolutionsData Sciences team is seeking a data journalist who combines the skills of a data analyst and Web application developer with a keen sense of news value and an eye toward storytelling. The ideal candidate will have experience with database management, data analysis and Web application development. (We use Ruby for most of our server-side coding, but we're more interested in how you've solved problems with code than in the syntax you used to solve them.) Experience with the full lifecycle of a data project is vital, as the data journalist will be involved at every stage: discovering data resources, helping craft public records requests, managing data import and validation, designing queries and working with reporters and interactive designers to produce investigative stories and interactive graphics that engage readers while maintaining AP's standards of accuracy and integrity. Experience doing client-side development is a great advantage, as is knowledge of data visualization and UI design. If you have an interest in DevOps, mapping solutions or advanced statistical and machine learning techniques, we will want to hear about that, too. And if you have shared your knowledge through technical training or mentorship, those skills will be an important asset. Most importantly, we're looking for someone who wants to be part of a team, who can collaborate and communicate with people of varying technical levels. And the one absolute requirement is intellectual curiosity: if you like to pick up new technologies for fun and aren't afraid to throw yourself into research to become the instant in-house expert on a topic, then you're our kind of candidate. Advanced-level professional competency in written and spoken English language is required. Authorization to work in the United States is mandatory.Redmond, Washington, United States
Data Journalist - Huffington PostHuffington PostThe Huffington Post is looking for a journalist with design and programming skills to join its award-winning data team. The right candidate will be part of a small, deadline-oriented group constantly seeking new ways to crunch and visualize data in the news. He or she will have access to editors and producers to help ideas become widely-read stories. This journalist will have strong news judgment, the gumption to pitch ideas and understand how to distinguish actionable ideas from underdeveloped ones. He or she should have a strong grasp of numbers, ability to manipulate spreadsheets and conduct meaningful analysis. The candidate should have excellent visual literacy and understand the fundamentals of designing charts and maps from scratchNew York City, New York, United States
Data Journalist - International Business TimesInternational Business TimesInternational Business Times is looking for a data-driven journalist who is both an accomplished writer and numbers geek - someone with a gift for telling stories with data. The candidate will be responsible for generating original, timely story ideas across analytical topics like technology, finance and business.Santa Barbara, California, United States
Data Journalist - Mathminers.comMathminers.com1. needs a responsible journalist to write stories on data mining and text mining. 2. The person should be able to cover various events regarding analytics and big data and write stories on 3. The person should be able to work on different data visualization projects and showcase different data visualization stories on mathminers.comRemote
Data Journalist - The Ohio River NetworkThe Ohio River NetworkThe Ohio River Network, a Regional Journalism Collaboration comprising seven public media stations led by Louisville Public Media, is seeking candidates with computer-assisted reporting skills for a data journalist position. Ideal candidates can come up with story ideas hidden in dense documents, work with reporters and editors on data-heavy reporting projects, synthesize large amounts of data expeditiously, and use the web to broaden the Network’s reach. The data journalist will develop databases, produce visualizations and present information in a compelling way for the Network. The Ohio River Network will produce hard-hitting, high-quality multimedia journalism that examines the region’s economy, energy, environment, agriculture, infrastructure and health. We will produce journalism across various formats: radio, television and web. We want to use data and graphics to tell stories in the most compelling ways possible. The data journalist will be an important part of this newsroom.Louiseville, Kentucky, United States
Data Journalist - USA TodayUSA TodayThe Data Journalist analyzes and shares data for enterprise and investigative reports, as well as revelatory breaking news, for use across the USA Today Network. We’re looking for a data journalist who is an investigative reporter at heart, who loves to find and dig into unique data stories, and has the skill to clean, analyze and develop a wide variety of data sets. Unlike many data-journalist positions, working for the USA TODAY Network’s team requires thinking both nationally and locally and collaborating with local journalists representing more than 100 local newsrooms. The entire country is our data and investigations playground, which presents exciting opportunities and unique data challenges that require flexibility and determination. This position is part of the Network’s Data & Joint Investigations team, and can be based in McLean, VA, or at another local Gannett site. KEY JOB DUTIES: Obtain and analyze government and commercially available data to support revelatory enterprise and investigative stories for use nationally and locally, across the USA Today Network. Collaborate with journalists coast to coast to build exclusive, custom data sets. Help local Gannett journalists, working with our data, to identify the best angles for unique, revealing stories for their local audience or state. Report and write original investigative or data-driven stories for use across the Network. Stories may be deep dives or spin off breaking news; you may sometimes do your own reporting and writing, or work with a large team of reporters, depending on the project. For USA Today Network enterprise, assist in development and continued improvement of the data and supporting “help packages” provided to local journalists in advance of national/collaborative stories to improve both pick-up and the quality of local work. Show initiative to identify and pursue original investigative story ideas that meet the team’s standards: revelatory, impactful, important and interesting. You should have a keen sense of where to find existing data, and have experience negotiating for data that’s not easy to get. You should be able to think creatively, and fast, about building data sets from inconsistent records across many jurisdictions. Work with Gannett Digital and the Network’s artists and programmers to develop eye-catching, revelatory digital interactives, with emphasis on the mobile users’ experience. Work with Network data colleagues to speed development, launch of a data warehouse that would streamline deployment of national, regional and local datasets. The developed system needs to be easy to log into it, search data, download data and obtain related documents and be accommodating for journalists with varying skill levels. Remain aware of Gannett data and investigative journalism and, where appropriate, help share that work across the USA Today Network. That could include everything from simply flagging a good watchdog story for sharing across the Network to working directly with local journalists to regionalize or nationalize a data-driven story. Internally and externally, market and elevate USA Today Network’s brand as a high-quality, preeminent source of national and local investigative and data journalism. Be actively engaged in the daily news, with an eye toward working with journalists across the Network to quickly develop data-driven and watchdog angles from breaking or developing stories. Work with colleagues across the team to elevate investigative journalism across Gannett via training webinars, on-site training and sharing of data, resources and expertise. Any other data analysis or reporting duties as assigned by senior editors.McLean, Virginia, Unites States
Data Journalist Graphics News Desk - BloombergBloombergBloomberg is seeking a talented and motivated data journalist to create graphics on breaking news. The journalist will work closely with award-winning writers, editors, designers, analysts, and coders to create graphic stories under deadline. The position is part of the Bloomberg Graphics team and will afford the opportunity to collaborate with other team members on the team's longer-term projects and to pitch their own ideas for projects as well. Strong reporting, research, analytical, and time-management skills are critical. This data journalist will respond to news by quickly researching data, distilling it into insightful information, and creating static and interactive graphics. A passion for journalism, data, and design is essential, as is a solid understanding of digital tools, trends, and infrastructure.Hong Kong, China
Data Journalist, Markets- The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal is seeking a journalist to join its finance and markets team, working in the red-hot center of our daily journalism operation. This candidate will collaborate with reporters, editors and the graphics team to provide data for daily deadlines and longer-term art and visualization projects.New York City, New York, United States
Data journalist, World Press Freedom Index project chief - Reporters Without BordersReporters Without BordersReporters Without Borders (RSF) is recruiting a data journalist to be its “World Press Freedom Index project chief,” to be in charge of compiling the index, developing its network of questionnaire respondents, publishing the index and disseminating it. The project chief must have a qualification in statistics or substantial experience in this field and in polling methods, because he/she is responsible for the index’s entire production process, from start to finish, and participates in RSF’s work of gathering and publishing data about media freedom violations.Paris, France
Data Mining & Analytics Internship - FiveThirtyEightESPNThe intern will be part of the Data Mining, Analytics and Visualization Technology Track of ESPN's Advanced Technology Group, contributing to interactive sports data exploration and analysis, frameworks for sports data analytics, and interactive visual analytics solutions. The intern will: Contribute to implementation of projects related to data mining and analytics; Participate in designing and implementing services, applications and frameworks of data mining and analytics related projectsBristol, Connecticut, United States
Data News Developer - BloombergBloombergThese are exciting times in the news business, with the tradition of narrative stories complemented by high-speed, audience-targeted articles that use algorithms and automation to find the signals hidden in large sets of data. Our group is looking for a programmer/analyst who will write the programs, templates and testing scenarios to drive news stories. You will work across departments, gain experience with the full spectrum of our financial and sentiment data and help create programming standards for a new way of breaking news.New York City, New York, United States
Data Projects Reporter - The TennesseanThe TennesseanThe Tennessean is seeking an experienced reporter who can produce data-based investigative content that explores and explains issues that impact life in Metro Nashville and Middle Tennessee. This reporter will be The Tennessean's go-to expert on data journalism. Typical job responsibilities include planning and producing high-impact, data-based enterprise journalism; working with beat reporters on investigations across topic areas; and engaging with readers through platforms such as social media, digital charts, events, comments, etc., about data-based journalism topics.Nashville, Tennessee, Unites States
Data Reporter (Internship) - FiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEightJob responsibilities will include collecting political polls and entering them into FiveThirtyEight's database as well as research for articles by staff writers. Aspiring journalists will have the chance to pitch their own stories and collaborate with the best reporters and editors in data journalism. The intern will do research, data-mining, data entry and fact-checking.New York City, New York, United States
Data Reporter Focused On Environment/Transportation - WLRN Public MediaWLRN Public MediaThis reporter will be able to find, collect and parse data specifically related to transportation and the environment. The reporter will see stories in the data, and know how to tell those stories through visuals, text, audio and/or another appropriate medium. Content produced will include graphics, images and narratives for web as well as audio stories for broadcast. This position will be more equitable among digital, social and broadcast platforms than anything we currently have. Duties: Pitches and generates original story ideas based on data; Produces daily and long-term content for all distribution channels; Produces stories on deadline; Produces content from the field when necessary; Contributes to WLRN public affairs programs; Continues to hone beats and build sources; Participates in live and online events and special appearances; Participates in staff meetings; Participates in professional development opportunities; Other duties as assignedMiami, Florida, United States
Data Reporter Intern - The Atlanta Journal ConstitutionThe Atlanta Journal ConstitutionWe're looking for someone with a strong news sense -- ideally a person who has already worked at one regular reporting internship - who has a deep interest in working with data as the starting point of a story.Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Data Scientinst - Visualizing ImpactVisualizaing ImpactVisualizing Impact (VI) is a laboratory for innovation at the intersection of data science, technology, and design. VI creates impactful tools highlighting critical social issues around the world. The interdisciplinary VI team is based in Beirut.The data scientist is “part analyst, part artist.” The role requires a background in computer science, and experience in modeling, statistics, analytics, and math. Job level and position scope: This is a mid-level position. The job is a full time position based on a two-month trial period, after which a longterm contract will be discussed. Responsibilities: 1. Find, combine, and analyze interesting data sets on various social justice issues in conjunction with VI researchers; 2. Examine data from various disparate sources to understand an issue or topic; 3. Collate, analyse, plot, and map data; 4. Recommending creative ways to use and explore data; 5. Discovering hidden insights in data; 6. Liaising with designers, developers, and creative project managers to channel data into stories and visuals; 7. Identifying opportunities to utilize new technologies and mediumsBeirut, Lebanon
Data Scientist - Huffington PostHuffington PostThe Huffington Post, as one of the pioneers of digital journalism, wants to use the power of machine learning and analytics to foster a data driven newsroom that can thrive in this challenging albeit exciting environment. We are looking for passionate and excited data scientists to be part of this transformation. Job Description: As a part of our team, you will be utilizing enormous volumes of data to extract meaningful insights into our content and our audience. The ideal candidate will have a well-balanced blend of technical skills and statistical competence required to analyze and derive meaningful value from data, big or small. They should be able to work in a driven environment and exhibit creative thinking and collaboration. Responsibilities: Envision and build data products that can drive actionable insight in the newsroom. Interact with the key internal business stakeholders – Editorial, Business and Product – to understand needs and identify use cases that would benefit from application of machine learning or advanced statistical techniques. Research and productionalize machine learning applications or features that can can enhance HuffPost user products and editorial tools. Modeling, predicting, and classifying user behavior and other business metrics Communicate results and impact to newsroom stakeholdersNew York City, New York, United States
Data Scientist - VoxVoxThe Data Science team is currently looking for highly qualified candidates at both junior and senior levels. Data Scientists are responsible for delivering insightful solutions to complex problems and using data to help steer the continued growth of Vox Media’s sites. As a part of our team, you will be utilizing enormous volumes of data to extract meaningful insights into our content and our audience.Washington D.C., United States
Data Visualization Developer Intern - The Atlanta Journal ConstitutionThe Atlanta Journal ConstitutionWe're looking for someone who has solid web development and design skills, as well as a knack for making clean, clear, creative interactive graphics.Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Data Visualization Journalist - Financial TimesFinancial TimesThe Financial Times is seeking an experienced and talented data visualisation journalist to join the New York team as it strengthens its push for a subscriber base of more than 1m across the Americas, Asia and Europe. The successful applicant will collaborate with news editors and writers covering a wide range of global issues to find the best ways of telling stories through data and digital content. Responsibilities include: conceiving and producing charts, maps and infographics for digital channels and print; developing new forms of digital storytelling; assisting reporters and news editors with data research and display and passing on good practice in the use of data to colleagues. This means working closely with colleagues in the statistics, graphics and interactive teams in London on a daily basis to ensure consistency of approach and quality control, as well as the ability to work independently.New York City, New York, United States
Database Reporter - The Chronicle of Higher EducationThe Chronicle of Higher EducationHigher education and the non-profit world is awash in data--graduation rates, endowments, salaries, federal grants, scholarly citations--and we need someone to help make sense of it all. We're seeking an experienced database reporter to join our newsroom in Washington, D.C. We're looking for someone who can work with reporters across the newsroom, collaborating on individual stories, proposing new projects, and maintaining existing databases. The reporter will coordinate several of our high-profile annual projects, including our widely-cited survey of presidential pay, and will collaborate with designers and developers on data presentations. This reporter will also be a resource to others in The Chronicle who are interested in advancing technical skills related to computer-assisted reporting. The ideal candidate loves using data to tell important investigative stories, has an interest in higher education, non-profit, and is fascinated by the journalism of ideas.Washington D.C., United States
Deputy Director of Data Visualization - Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles TimesWant to push the boundaries of visual storytelling with data visualization and virtual reality? Do you have a passion for telling stories that inform and entertain? Do you love the challenges of managing news coverage? The Los Angeles Times is looking for someone to help lead our team’s adventures in experimental and innovative storytelling, with an emphasis on virtual reality journalism and data visualization. The ideal candidate has a thirst for learning and a hunger to teach. We are committed to the Open Web and building experiences that work seamlessly from desktop to headset. Our goals include creating templates for streamlined production that can be open sourced for the benefit of journalism. This is the No. 2 position in the department, so you must have a track record of guiding others, collaborating with teams across disciplines and experience taking stories from pitch to publish.Los Angeles, California, United States
Designer - Al JazeeraAl JazeeraThe Designer is responsible for developing graphics’ designs within set guidelines and ensuring the executing branding material and content, special events’ graphics and imagery, and coordinating with other departments (News, Programmes, Web, New Media etc.) to ensure compliance with Al-Jazeera pre-set guidelines. Responsibilities: • Design and production of on-screen information graphics both automated and bespoke using VizRT, PC and Apple Mac platforms (Adobe Creative Suite etc.). • Creation of storyboards and concepts • Develop and communicate creative solutions, applying ideas for program packages and animation for TV, Print and Interactive projects for the channel. • Take direction from and coordinate with the creative team and production staff to develop required graphics.Doha, Qatar
Developer - NPRNPRWant to use your skills to make the world a better place? We’re a crew of visual journalists (developers, designers, photojournalists…lots of things) in the newsroom at NPR headquarters in sunny Washington, DC. We make charts and maps, we make and edit pictures and video, we help reporters with data, and we create all sorts of web-native visual stories and weird data-driven websites. (And yeah, sometimes it’s strange to be a visuals team at a radio organization. But there’s this special thing about audio. It’s intimate, it’s personal. Well, visual storytelling is really similar. Its power is innate. Humans invented writing — visual and audio storytelling are built in, deep in our primordial lizard brains. So, anyway, yeah, we fit right in.)Washington D.C., United States
Digital Designer - The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal’s award winning News Graphics Team is seeking unique designer-developer talent to innovate and break boundaries through arresting, informative visual executions. As a visual storytelling developer, you will be working closely with reporters, editors and other interactive designer/coders to engage audiences and bring WSJ’s world-class journalism to life in formats fresh and sound. This is a hands-on position that will unite your expertise in front-end coding, typography, photography, multimedia, UX storytelling and problem-solving. Experience within a deadline-driven environment is critical, as is working within a highly collaborative spirit, swiftly yet accurately. While it’s important to have an understanding of the technology, an adventurous and ambitious attitude for learning new skills and overcoming the challenges of designing and building for multiple platforms is also essential.New York City, New York, United States
Digital Editor - The Seattle TimesThe Seattle TimesThe Seattle Times is looking for a Digital Editor who will be responsible for the day-to-day digital news coverage, planning and execution for on all platforms. The individual in this role works to ensure that the creation of digital content is integrated into the many workflows of the newsroom and works with newsroom department heads to establish practices that put digital at the beginning of the planning process of all stories. The role involves devising strategies to grow readership. The Digital Editor collaborates with other digital editors to develop long range planning for projects and works closely with the Managing Editor, Digital News Editor, Engagement Editor, News Developer and News Apps Editor on projects and daily work.Seattle, Washington, Untied States
Editorial Graphics Producer - ESPNESPNThe Editorial Graphics Producer collaborates with content producers, coordinating producers and researchers on ESPN’s flagship program, SportsCenter, and other ESPN studio programming to find innovative ways to enhance the video storyline from a graphics and content perspective. The Editorial Graphics Producer leads the editorial direction of on-air insert graphics appearing in live programming.Bristol, Connecticut, United States
Editorial Trainee - ReutersReutersJoin a global news brand & fast track your journalism career! Whether you are an early-career reporter or a professional looking to switch roles, the Reuters Journalism Program offers the opportunity to fine-tune your skills across a variety of subject areas and media. Reuters Americas offers nine months of intensive training and reporting assignments to early-career journalists ready to take their career to the next level. Placements available in major North America bureaus including New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago and Toronto. Some participants have moved on to full-time assignments with Reuters. Reuters is the largest independent international news agency in the world. Founded over 160 years ago, Reuters provides society with the news it needs to be free, prosperous and informed. Each day our 2,600 journalists in nearly 200 locations around the globe deliver unparalleled international and national news coverage with speed, impartiality and insight. Each day, Reuters News is read and seen by more than 1 billion people worldwide through multiple platforms. Reuters stays true to the letter and spirit of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles, ensuring independence, integrity and freedom from bias.New York City, New York, United States
Front End Developer, Data VisualizationsDaily KosDaily Kos, the nation’s largest online progressive blogging and activism platform, is looking for a front-end developer and data visualization expert. Daily Kos is a great place to work -- You will be responsible for writing code that is used by millions of people who care about progressive politics and are working to make real political change. has an extensive feature set that extends across publishing, organizing, and political data, with some more great features to launch soon including a completely redesigned and rebuilt front page and story page, and an ambitious new destination for 2016 election coverage. We are also engaged in building a large-scale online platform for political opinion research, to further inform data-driven decision-making in politics. If you want a job that provides more than just a technical challenge, we'd love to hear from you. We especially welcome you to get in touch if you’re interested or have been active in political technology around campaigns, organizing, or survey research. We have a lot of good problems to work on. Daily Kos offers competitive salary, the latest hardware to work on, and excellent benefits including generous time off along with paid maternity/paternity/family leave, employer-paid medical insurance for employees, and a flexible work environment. You need to pick up your kids from school? No problem. You like to work out in the middle of the day? No problem. The office is conveniently located in the East Bay, close to BART. People love working here, and tend to stay for a long time. We have a great space filled with great people, and the atmosphere is energized by the day's news events and our common cause. Our engineering team is deeply committed to code quality. We maintain an extensive test suite, and automate everything we can, from infrastructure deployment to continuous integration. There is support for professional growth and development, including through regular skill shares that draw upon the diverse backgrounds of everyone on the team. You should be a front end developer with a knack for data visualization that tells a story. Our writers and analysts generate a huge amount of quantitative and qualitative political data: your role will be to bring this information together, and make it accessible to our readers in a visually appealing and intuitive way. The position combines design expertise with data journalism skills, and offers a great deal of creative flexibility. At Daily Kos, we believe that the diversity of ideas, experiences and cultures that our employees contribute to our organization help us be more effective in our work, and we are proud to be an inclusive and equal-opportunity workplace. We're a company that loves learning and supports growth and training for all our employees.East Bay, California, United States
General Assignment Data Reporter - Sun SentinelSouth Florida Sun Sentinel-- Tap into news budgets and meetings and collaborate with other reporting teams to identify stories with the best potential for relatively quick-turn, high-interest databases. -- Provide data analysis on enterprise stories and traditional mainstays such as crime statistics, test scores, Census releases, elections. -- Be creative in identifying and mining data sources to develop enterprise stories and enterprise angles off of breaking stories. -- Quickly shift gears when news breaks to report and write on a wide variety of topics, with or without a data component. -- Conduct regular brown-bag sessions with reporters to tap into a wider range of stories and help grow fundamental data reporting skills throughout the newsroom.Fort Lauderdale, Floria, United States
Graphic Artist, Data Visualisation - The GuardianThe GuardianWe’re looking for a Graphic Artist, Data Visualisation to generate high quality information graphics and data visualisations for news focused on the Guardian’s Global Development site. You will work with the Global Development team to conceive of and build graphics and interactive experiences that help readers better understand trends and stories affecting the world’s poorest people. Responsibilities will include: Graphically present and explain the news and stories about Global Development via data visualisation, primarily across digital platforms but with occasional contributions to print. Look for opportunities to tell stories in new and different ways by visualising data. Serve as an in-house expert in the proper use of data and data visualisation. Help build and maintain the Guardian’s tool set for managing data and data visualisation. Effectively liaise with reporters, editors, picture staff and research on news stories and stand-alone graphics. Use imagination and flair to ensure high standards of design and visual reporting are maintained and developed.London, United Kingdom
Graphic Design Fellow - Huffington PostHuffington PostDo you have a knack for communicating ideas and information through powerful visuals? Are you passionate about translating information into smart, easy-to-understand and emotive graphics? The Huffington Post is looking for a graphic design fellow to join our growing multimedia team. This position demands a self-starter who can work on projects big and small -- both able to run with an idea from start to finish AND lend their skills to take others projects to the next level.New York City, New York, United States
Graphic Journalist - San Diego TribuneSan Diego Tribune~The San Diego Union-Tribune is looking for an early-career data or graphic journalist to join the Graphics and Data team. The job will involve working on a variety of different platforms — including print, online, and mobile — but with an emphasis on using web tools to tell data-driven stories in a visual way. The ideal candidate will: - Be capable of doing their own research, reporting and writing, as well as work with reporters and editors from other teams - Understand and analyze various types of data - Visualize stories, data and information using various illustrative tools such as charting, mapping, diagrams and animation - Be willing to innovate and constantly develop new skills and abilitiesSan Diego, California, United States
Graphic Journalist - VoxVoxWe’re looking for data-visualization journalists who can help us expand our coverage of stories that are best told through visual mediums. The ideal candidate should have a beat they are passionate about and experienced with, as well as a long list of story ideas that are best told through charts, graphs, maps, infographics, cartoons, and so on. This position also encourages writing, but in service of stories that are, first and foremost, grounded in graphics. The ideal candidate will also be a self-starter who is able to see and execute basic story ideas on their own. Cross-newsroom collaboration will be encouraged in this position, but it shouldn’t always be necessary.Washington D.C., United States
Graphics & Interactive Designer - Visulizing ImpactVisualizaing ImpactThe position entails autonomously producing highly creative and analytical graphic and web design output using UI/UX design concepts, with experience in one or more of these areas: Infographics, Illustration, Animation, and photo-manipulation. The design output needs to be fitting to the Visualizing Impact brand while enriching the VI creative output and process.Beirut, Lebanon
Graphics/Multimedia Editor - Quanta MagazineQuanta MagazineQuanta Magazine seeks an experienced graphics/multimedia editor to direct and develop science infographics, data visualizations, interactive graphics and other multimedia projects. In addition to assigning and overseeing the work of freelance artists, photographers, interactive designers and the staff designer/producer in support of existing Quanta features, the graphics/multimedia editor will conceptualize, research and design standalone visual projects.New York City, New York, Unites States
Head of Data Journalism - The TelegraphThe TelegraphTelegraph Media Group is currently recruiting for a Head of Data Journalism to join our Digital Media team within our Editorial Department. We are looking for someone to make the Daily Telegraph known for excellence and speed in telling stories through data visualisations, interactive and using data. You will manage the existing data journalist, and work with our in-editorial team of 5 developers to drive innovation. You will run a separate Telegraph site section and Twitter feed to showcase your work. Key responsibilities will include: Produce a range of data-led stories from analysis, to quick-hit pieces, to longer-term investigations. Manage the data journalist to do the same. Work with colleagues on wider newsroom-wide projects around known events. Work with the Editorial Development team on interactives and Design team on visualisations. Manage a dedicated social media account with flair. To produce and develop data-driven living graphs around key statistics for anyone in editorial to use. To own our charting and graphics website functionality.London, United Kingdom
Information Architect - Visualizing ImpactVisualizaing ImpactVisualizing Impact (VI) is a laboratory for innovation at the intersection of data science, technology, and design. VI creates impactful tools highlighting critical social issues around the world. The interdisciplinary VI team is based in Beirut. The information architecture is responsible for creating structures – such as wireframes – that support effective communication. You must have the skills to turn complex data and information into compelling visuals. Relevant backgrounds include architecture and user-centered design. Job level and position scope: This is a mid-level position. The job is a full time position based on a two-month trial period, after which a longterm contract will be discussed. Responsibilities: 1. Taking complex information and data in compelling visual directions; 2. Carrying out exploratory research; 3. Collating, analysing, plotting, and mapping data to understand and explain a topic; 4. Producing visual story concepts in the form of sketches, text, and visual wireframes; 5. Liaising with researchers and creative project managers to maintain a vision of the project, refine data, and answer specific questions; 6. Liaising with designers to transform wireframes into final visuals – infographics, motion graphics, websites, etc.; 7. Examining websites with an eye for the user’s experience; 8. Identifying opportunities to utilize new technologies and mediumsBeirut, Lebanon
Interaction Designer, Data Visualization/News - New York Public RadioNew York Public RadioNew York Public Radio seeks an interaction designer with proven information-design, data-visualization and user-experience skills with a passion for news, data, and projects that are both useful and playful. As a part of WNYC's Data News Team, you will work hand-in-hand with reporters, producers and editors to build news visualizations and interactive projects produced by WNYC News, The Brian Lehrer Show, New Jersey Public Radio and other news/information services of New York Public Radio. You will work as part of an agile team and be integrated with the product-design and developer staffs of New York Public Radio as a whole. Responsibilities: Participate in conceiving data news visualizations and interactives. Develop storyboards, mockups, prototypes and finished visuals and interactives. Assist with ongoing development to improve the look/feel and experience of WNYC News and editorial content, including building data tools and guidelines for journalists. Engage in local and open-source communities for data visualization and news-application design Maintain awareness of industry trends in technology, data news, design and media. This includes programming, content, community, user interfaces and information architectureNew York City, New York, United States
Interactive Designer - Baltimore SunThe Baltimore SunThe Baltimore Sun is looking for a versatile Interactive Designer who can create data visualizations and graphics across all platforms and assist with general website upkeep and development tasks. - Design and execute a wide variety of graphics for online and print that help explain difficult concepts and present many layers of information at a glance. - Create data visualizations for online and print that provide context and deeper understanding of news stories. - Create interactive-only standalone graphics in addition to converting print graphics to interactive. - Work independently with reporters and editors to collect and organize information for graphics and data visualizations. - Assist in the maintenance of, and other editorial websites. - General technology and production tasks related to the news.Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Interactive Editor - The Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning NewsAs a data visualization and interactive designer at The Dallas Morning News, you are part of the newsroom, which is to say, you are a journalist. You help find ways to bring stories to life in a digital medium with the help of The News’ award-winning photographers and writers. You are part of the journalistic endeavor, contributing to the storytelling process through engaging designs and data visualizations that shed a different light on the news. You’ll help make editorial decisions about how stories are best displayed online, what works digitally, and what doesn’t, all the while ensuring that digital presentations function across multiple platforms.Dallas, Texas, United States
Interactive Graphic Editor - American Association for the Advancement of SciencAmerican Association for the Advancement of SciencThe American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) seeks a curious, energetic and creative Interactive Graphics Editor to report and illustrate complex and challenging scientific topics. The incumbent will pitch and develop useful, elegant, and compelling interactive explanatory graphics and data visualizations. The incumbent will create and maintain cutting-edge site features and applications that further enhance our interactive, social, dynamic user experience. In a content-driven, fast paced environment, the incumbent will create user features and performance optimizations; collaborate with product and project managers; collaborate with design, back-end and infrastructure teams; write scalable, reusable, highly performant, responsive front-end code.Washington D.C., United States
Interactive Graphic Journalist - BloombergBloombergBloomberg is seeking a talented and motivated graphic journalist to create interactive infographics for Bloomberg's web and media platforms. This digital storyteller will work closely with award-winning writers, editors, designers, analysts, and coders on the Bloomberg Graphics team to create multimedia infographics, data-driven visual experiences, interactive maps, and static graphics ( The interactive graphic journalist participates in all aspects of the graphic-creation process: pitching ideas, collaborating with reporters, conceptualizing and designing, analyzing data sets, storyboarding ideas, writing copy, and coding the experience.New York City, New York, United States
Interactive news developer - Financial TimesFinancial TimesThe FT is hiring a developer to join the Interactive News desk, a cross-functional team of data- visual- and coder-journalists based in its London newsroom.London, United Kingdom
Interactive News Developer - The New York TimesThe New York TimesThe New York Times is seeking an experienced front-end multimedia developer to join its newsroom interactive team. This person will be expected to work with reporters, editors, producers and software developers to develop and support online storytelling tools such as our photo viewers, galleries and interactive timelines. The Interactive News team operates like a startup within a large media company, which means that, as a front-end multimedia developer, this person will have an extraordinary amount of creative freedom to explore new ways of presenting the news and the stories behind the news.New York City, New York, United States
Interactive Producer - San Francisco ChronicleSan Francisco ChronicleWe’re looking for a producer who likes to find ways to make stories and numbers compelling and fun. We want someone who is creative, likes to push boundaries and create stories that readers want to explore. This team member will work from conception to execution on short and long-term projects to create data visualizations and interactive projects for We need someone who can collaborate well with others, has excellent communication skills and is comfortable providing feedback. We want someone with creativity, high energy and high standards. What will you do? Collaborate with the newsroom on short and long-term interactive projects as well as finding projects the team can create that can stand alone. Take standard news stories and rethink them for digital presentation. Set the tone for visual storytelling and interactive projects. Spearhead our digital aesthetic and create affective design systems.San Francisco, California, United States
Interactive Web Developer / Visual Journalist - FiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEight is seeking an Interactive Web Developer/Visual Journalist to join our Data Visualization team. This position will use information design and web development to help readers of explore and understand the data behind the news.New York City, New York, United States
Interactives and Feature Developer - Foreign PoliciyForeign PolicyThis job is part code and part design. We’re looking for someone who truly loves web-native storytelling, has an eye for beautiful things, and has the tech skills to combine the two. This person will bring FP’s magazine features to life on the web, as well as enhance our long-form and multimedia storytelling. You’ll also work with our web team on producing data visualizations and interactive maps. If you’ve got the ability and interest, we’d love for you to help build tools to make our newsroom work smarter. In this role, you are part of the newsroom, which is to say, you are a journalist and storyteller first. You’ll help make editorial decisions about how stories are best displayed online, what works digitally, and what doesn’t — all the while ensuring that digital presentations function across multiple platforms. You’ll also lead development on our signature packages, like our award-winning Global Thinkers. You’ll leverage photography, illustrations, graphics, data visualizations, and video to create innovative and engaging visual packages on daily and weekly deadlines. You’ll work with art directors and web editors to design individual stories, charts, and other content as needed.Washington D.C., United States
Interactives and Website Developer - PublicSourcePublicSourceThis person will bring PublicSource stories to life on the web, as well as enhance our long-form and multimedia storytelling. You’ll also work to produce data visualizations and interactive maps. If you’ve got the ability and interest, we’d love for you to help build tools to make our newsroom work smarter. In this role, you are part of the newsroom, working to automate our processes. You’ll help make editorial decisions about how stories are best displayed online, what works digitally, and what doesn’t -- all the while ensuring that digital presentations function across multiple platforms. You’ll leverage photography, illustrations, graphics, data visualizations, and video to create innovative and engaging visual packages. You’ll work to design individual stories, charts, and other content as needed. You’ll also help with systems administration duties, such as helping us use Google Analytics for grant reports; and you’ll do light IT diagnostics with our web server; also some web optimization.Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Investigative Content Producer, WNBCNBCThe Content Investigative Producer will work with WNBC's I-Team. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of breaking stories and producing original investigative reports. The investigative producer will work primarily with our Chief Investigative Reporter. The ideal candidate will also work with Platform Managers, DayPart Managers and Assignment Editors. The position requires excellent desktop editing, writing and TV/web production skills. Responsibilities : WNBC News 4 New York is looking for a skilled Investigative Content Producer to join our award-winning I-Team . The Investigative Content Producer will be responsible for researching and producing (writing, editing, shooting) exclusive stories. Must work closely with reporters and management on enterprise investigations and breaking news events in the Tri-State area. Execute investigative content for all of WNBC's platforms, including broadcast, web and mobile.New York City, New York, United States
Investigative Data Reporter, Business and Finance - The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced data reporter. This person will be based in New York City and contribute reporting and data analysis to enterprise projects and breaking news coverage, with an emphasis on business and finance reporting. Working with data should be second nature to this person, who will be expected to immerse themselves in short-, medium- and long-term stories at one of the largest news organizations in the world. This person would mine dozens of complex data sets on topics including commercial and investment banking, bonds, executive compensation, corporate mergers, equities and options prices and millions of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings.New York City, New York, United States
Investigative Data Reporter, General Assignment - The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced data reporter. This person will be based in New York City and contribute reporting and data analysis to enterprise projects and breaking news coverage. Working with data should be second nature to this person, who will be expected to immerse themselves in short-, medium- and long-term stories at one of the largest news organizations in the world. This person would mine dozens of complex data sets on a wide array of topics, including law enforcement, healthcare, agriculture, infrastructure, as well as federal, state and local government.New York City, New York, United States
Investigative Editor - New England Center for Investigative Reporting (Boston University)New England Center for Investigative Reporting (Boston University)The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is looking for an inspirational investigations editor to guide our growing team of experienced, award-winning journalists in conceiving and executing ambitious, original and creative stories that hold the powerful accountable.Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Investigative Producer - WSYX/WTTEWSYX/WTTEWSYX/WTTE - Columbus, Ohio wants an aggressive and enterprising Investigative Producer to join our team. We are looking for someone with a clear understanding of how to dig for a story, research it, write it with an edge and use strong storytelling and TV production to make it powerful and memorable.Columbus, Ohio, United States
Investigative Reporter - KMGH - TVKMGH - TVThe investigative reporter is responsible for developing, researching, reporting and producing high-impact investigative stories for all presentation on all Scripps outlets -- digital, broadcast and with other media partners. He or she understands and embraces the goals of a digital news environment and social and multimedia -- driven by a desire to spur change through great reporting and storytelling. The investigative reporter is a team player who works closely with others to ensure that the mission and values of the company are integrated into editorial content. Key activities: Generate, research and report short, mid and long form investigative stories. Use sources, documents, computer-assisted reporting, and other journalistic tools to develop, report, write and produce exclusive accountability stories and investigative projects about abuses of power, corruption and betrayals of trust by public officials and other institutions changed with functioning in the public interest. Coordinate with others to create excellent, audience-directed content including multi-media and social media Coordinate with computer-assisted reporting producer and digital team to integrate data into projects Develop and implement an outreach strategy for all projects at the outset of project including identifying and building reporting partnerships with Scripps properties and other media outlets and using all the tools of social media to build communities of interest. Compile documentation to facilitate fact checking Contribute to DecodeDC and collaborate with editors, reporters and producers across multiple platforms. Meets established deadlines Adheres to Code of Ethics and Editorial Standards and Practices of the company Travel required Other duties as assignedDenver, Colorado, United States
Investigative Reporter - News JournalNews JournalThe News Journal in Delaware is seeking a strong journalist to serve as an Enterprise / Investigative reporter to focus on in-depth stories of statewide significance for online and print that expose corruption and otherwise shine a light on the goings-on of government and other vital issues around Delaware. Our next investigative reporter must be an expert at combing data, filing FOIA requests and multimedia storytelling. This reporter is expected to provide a consistent stream of enterprise stories; high-impact work that resonates with the largest possible audience. This is not an entry-level job, but requires someonew ith a proven track record of investigative and enterprise reporting.New Castle, Delaware, United States
Knight Chair in Data and Explanatory Journalism - University of SyracuseUniversity of SyracuseThe S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University seeks an experienced and innovative storyteller who understands data and how to develop meaningful content of all kinds and for all platforms. This prestigious, endowed position includes a budget and support to pursue original projects while working with other professors and students at Newhouse, across campus and at other universities. It includes classroom teaching of our graduates and undergraduates in all of our relevant majors in the communications field, including Magazine, Newspaper and Online, and Broadcast and Digital Journalism, plus others. This is a tenure appointment with full professor status for qualified candidates beginning in Fall 2016. Newhouse has an international reputation for excellence and is home to approximately 1,900 undergraduate and 250 graduate students. The school is housed in a 250,000-square-foot, three-building complex that includes state-of-the-art classrooms, a 300-seat auditorium, a research center, an executive education wing, a café and many spaces for formal and informal meetings and collaboration among students, faculty and staff.Syracuse, New York, United States
Knight-Mozilla Fellow - Knight-Mozilla OpenNewsKnight-Mozilla OpenNewsThe Knight-Mozilla Fellowship places creative technologists in newsrooms to work on open-source tools and support reporting that strengthens the web and changes people’s lives. Knight-Mozilla Fellows spend 10 months working with newsroom technology teams to write open-source code, analyze and visualize data, and explore tough problems facing journalism.Various
Lead developer - California Civic Data CoalitionCalifornia Civic Data CoalitionThe California Civic Data Coalition is seeking a developer to lead its open-source project to master the jumbled, dirty and difficult government database that tracks money in California politics.California, United States
Lead Interaction Designer - The New York TimesThe New York TimesThe Digital Design team is looking for a Lead Interaction Designer to work on The Times’ core mobile apps for iOS and Android. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years experience designing elegant mobile products and possess a well-rounded, visually-exceptional portfolio that includes examples of smart UX work for fairly complex applications. The Lead Interaction Designer will: Craft elegant visual and experiential solutions to support user behavior goals, the New York Times brand, and business needs. Act as the primary design representative on cross-disciplinary teams with colleagues from product development, technology and the newsroom to define product features and capabilities. Create storyboards, comps, and/or other artifacts or code necessary to guide development of beautiful, useful and consistent experiences. Consult to, and collaborate with, various projects and teams on design problems. Be an enthusiastic and empathetic user advocate and a champion of excellence in our products.New York City, New York, United States
Lead Interactive Designer/Developer - Huffington PostHuffington PostThe Huffington Post Highline is the Huffington Post's new foray into ambitious long-form storytelling. Every week, the Highline will feature one beautifully written, beautifully designed piece of journalism — and we are looking for an Interactive Designer to bring those stories to life. The Interactive Designer should have the vision and ability to execute on ambitious interactions. They’ll work with editors and producers to conceptualize unique layouts for articles that integrate audio, video, photo, illustration and text. The right candidate will be a strong designer, with a great eye for aesthetics--color, typography, layout and movement. They should also be equally comfortable building a page from scratch and improving on layouts that work.New York City, New York, United States
Lead Product Designer - The New York TimesThe New York TimesWe are looking for a seasoned designer to work on The Times’s core news products, which collectively reach millions of readers each day. The ideal candidate will have an exceptional portfolio of visual design and possess a passion for shaping the next generation of storytelling for web, phones, tablets and other emerging devices. Product Designers own design and UX for various NYT products and collaborate with Product, Engineering, and Design teams to deliver clean and consistent user experiences for our readers. NYT Digital Product Design team is responsible for wearing many hats at once: from high-level product thinking, to interaction flows, mockups, and quick prototyping. We work with and across every team at The Times, Product, Engineering, Research, Business, Operations and Marketing–to develop and ship a meaningful, cohesive experience. This position is based in New York, NY. About the Job: As a Product Designer at The Times, you’ll be expected to tackle our most difficult user experience problems. We’ll look to you to be strong contributor to your team, elevating your fellow designers’ work with thoughtful critique, both online and in-person, and in groups and one-on-one. You will be expected to think holistically and encourage your teams and fellow designers to think beyond what they’re building. On the design side, you will need a good sense for when to apply established patterns and styles, as well as when to evolve them or leave them behind entirely (while updating our style guide and documentation accordingly). You’ll identify and help correct product inconsistencies, on both the visual and experience sides.New York City, New York, United States
News applications developer - Huffington PostHuffington PostThe Huffington Post is seeking an experienced Ruby on Rails engineer with a keen interest in current events to join its award-winning data team. To help tell interactive stories, the right candidate will build systems to host complex, data-focused news stories and election coverage. They’ll also have a chance to work with our Pollster team to predict winning candidates in upcoming elections and explore new ways to cover politics online.New York City, New York, United States
News Applications developer - StatesmenStatesmenThe Statesman is looking for a news applications specialist for the interactives team. This developer journalist will work with reporters, editors and other team members to design and build interactive graphics, data visualizations and news applications to support journalism ventures. Duties: Work as part of a newsroom team to bring our most important stories to our readers in a compelling way across all our various digital platforms. Develop, code, test and debug news apps for mobile and wired platforms. Share and expand knowledge with other team members, and to learn from the experience of others. Research new technology and best practices and tools and analyze for best fit, usage, stability and performance. Communicate with both technical and non-technical colleagues to serve as a bridge between content and digital design of applications and visualizations. Some reporting and contacting sources for data and information.Austin, Texas, United States
News Developer and Designer - St. Louis Post-DispatchSt. Louis Post-DispatchIf you are a visual and technical journalist who has a desire to tell interactive stories across all devices, you might be a great fit for our newsroom. You'll design and develop interactive data presentations, both by collaborating with reporters and conceiving of your own projects. You'll help us tell long-form digital stories in creative ways. You'll work with our journalists to expand our storytelling toolbox.St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Newsoom Web Developer - The Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning NewsThe newsroom web developer will work closely with 300 journalists from within the newsroom. She or he will be responsible for experimenting with new forms of content to engage our readers; developing immersive storytelling applications; and creating tools that help journalists produce interactive graphics and other rich media. The developer should be comfortable working in a sandbox environment: conceive, develop, deliver, test, evaluate and iterate across new products that enliven readers’ experience with The News in their medium of choice. Find a way to turn memes into the next modality of journalism or build a useful civic tool to fight corruption and waste. All lanes are open to candidates who can realize great apps and kill their darlings. The right candidate will excel at cultivating ideas alongside journalists and easily share code with other developers, data specialists and web producers across the newsroom.Dallas, Texas, United States
Newsperson/Data Journalist - Associated PressAssociated PressThe Associated Press is seeking a Newsperson/Data Journalist who combines keen analytical skill, solid coding chops, strong news judgment and a passion for storytelling. Location is flexible: the position can be based in any of our domestic bureaus. We’re looking for someone who wants to collaborate, both with other data journalists on the team and with reporters and editors around the AP, to help us advance our journalism using digital tools and technical skills. We are a small team of enterprising developer-journalists distributed across the U.S., and together we work on a variety of data-rich news projects – from drilling into data sets for AP investigations, to developing engaging news apps for big stories such as the U.S. elections, to building newsroom tools that enhance our beat and breaking-news reporting. We are seeking new ways to tell stories, both in words and in pixels, and our data journalists work closely with graphic artists, designers, video journalists, text reporters and editors to find the story in the data and bring it to life across platforms. One of the key responsibilities for this position will be to prepare the data sets behind our national stories for distribution to our members and customers and to help them discover their own local stories in the data. As a result, the ability to communicate clearly about the methods we use and the viability of different analytical approaches is vital. The ideal candidate will have experience with data acquisition, management and analysis, as well as basic visualization techniques for data exploration. We strive to make all of our work easily replicable, so you’ll need to be proficient in a scripting language and be ready to help us build out our pipeline for data analysis. If you have experimented with advanced statistical and machine learning techniques, we will want to hear about that, too. Most importantly we’re looking for someone who wants to be part of a team, who can collaborate and communicate with people of varying technical levels. And the one absolute requirement is intellectual curiosity: if you like to pick up new technologies for fun and aren’t afraid to throw yourself into research to become the instant in-house expert on a topic, then you’re our kind of candidate.New York City, New York, United States
Reporter - Center for Public IntegrityCenter for Public IntegrityThe Center for Public Integrity seeks an energetic, motivated reporter to work on our "Who’s Calling the Shots in State Politics?" project. The reporter will develop, research, report and write stories on a variety of topics with a specific focus on the state-level influence game. He or she will gather and analyze data, build source networks and generate original reporting for blog posts, daily stories and long form, in-depth investigative pieces. This reporter will work closely with our digital, data and social media teams to develop content that can extend the Center’s coverage across platforms in a variety of formats.Washington D.C., United States
Reporter - QuartzQuartzQuartz seeks a reporter to contribute to its coverage globally, writing news stories and short features on topics of broad reader interest. You would be part of the growing Quartz team based in London, and help shape our efforts to take bracingly creative approaches to covering business news. Developing fresh ways to look at news and trends and translate them into interesting, provocative articles, with a solid grounding in data, is a central challenge of this job.London, United Kingdom
Reporter - South Florida Sun SentinelSouth Florida Sun SentinelThe Sun Sentinel of South Florida is looking for an enterprising general assignment reporter with exceptional data skills. Responsibilities: This is a position for a versatile reporter who lives to find and share the stories that data can tell. He or she should be adept at initiating and delivering data-driven enterprise pieces, eager to collaborate with other staffers who need computer-assisted reporting assistance, and ready to parachute into the fray when news breaks. This reporter will focus on short- to mid-range work that can be turned relatively quickly for the web and print. The job will be a mix of enterprise, spot news and general assignment.Fort Lauderdale, Floria, United States
Reporter, Graphics - The San Diego Union TribuneThe San Diego Union TribuneThe San Diego Union-Tribune is looking for a data or graphic journalist to join the Graphics and Data team. The job will involve working on a variety of different platforms — including print, online, and mobile — but with an emphasis on using web tools to tell data-driven stories in a visual way.San Diego, California, United States
Senior Visual Editor - Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street JournalThe ideal candidate has an award-winning portfolio of work showcasing the best in visual storytelling. He/she should have a history of working across departments and disciplines to come up with novel, groundbreaking ideas. We want a creative thinker who can make good ideas great and help shape journalistic experiences that will inform and delight our readers. The leader we are looking for is driven by helping others do their best work. If you love data visualization, design, technology and managing, please get in touch. We have a brand that reaches millions every day and a team of 100+ visual journalists located all around the world. Imagine the possibilities.New York City, New York, United States
Social Data Journalist - BrandwatchBrandwatchWe’re looking for someone to drive the success of Brandwatch React: a data-focused, pop-culture orientated wing of our content marketing with a life of its own. The brand enjoys 1000s of social shares a week and is featured in mainstream media on a daily basis. Acting as a one-person editorial team but working with other contributors, you’ll be doing research and writing original stories on a daily basis, then spreading the word on social media as far as you can. You’ll be using the Brandwatch social intelligence platform to research your stories. Social data is powerful: our most successful stories this year have ranged from “What do people want to do to Taylor Swift?” to “Was Windows 10 a success?” to “Who will win the next election?”. Key Responsibilities: - Use the Brandwatch social listening platform to conduct social media research on trending, broad-appeal topics. Working with the VP of Inbound Marketing to create and develop a strategy around the React brand Write timely data-focused articles on a daily basis. Plan and execute strategy for @bw_react Twitter account. Identify live tweeting opportunities, conducting real-time analysis to inject into the public discourse. Assist social media team by creating charts, graphs and stats for social sharing. Assist public relations team by condensing research into briefs, developing relationships with journalists and producing verbal contributions for articles. Assist content team on other blog and copy duties. Assist sales teams with ad-hoc analysis when needed. Collaborate with design and website teams to produce live data visualisations. Report on key metrics (social engagement, web traffic) related to your work on a weekly basisBrighton, United Kingdom
T Interactive Story Designer - The New York TimesThe New York TimesT is looking for a technology savvy interactive story designer/editor to work closely with its story, photo and video editors to craft visually rich experiences for stories across multiple platforms. This person will be primarily devoted to T but also work closely with The New York Times digital design group, to assure best practices and fostering a team atmosphere across departments. They will need to develop compelling online presentations of core print offerings like “In the Air” and “By the Numbers,” conceive custom treatments for specialized recurring web features like “The Making Of,” and build interactive one-offs, like panoramic deep dives into the work of individual designers. We also need this person to effectively showcase our high-volume event coverage of Fashion Weeks in New York, Paris, London, and Milan, as well as other important cultural events, like art fairs and film festivals.New York City, New York, United States
VIsual Designer - Huffington PostHuffington PostIn this role, you will: Collaborate with Product, Engineering and Design to develop new products and evolve existing ones; Create solutions to complex interface and interaction design challenges; Design for web, mobile web, native apps and internal tools (CMS). Conduct competitive landscape research and analysis; Iterate based on stakeholder feedback, data, tech constraintsNew York City, New York, United States
Visualization and Data Internship - Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles TimesAre you a journalist+nerd+artist? Do you geek out on data, human visual perception or user experience? Do you excel at generating visualizations that inform and entertain? Then we have a place for you. The Los Angeles Times is looking for interns to join our Visualization and Data Department. Our expanding Visualization and Data team is on a mission to add diverse skills to our storytelling arsenal, including rich JavaScript visualizations, innovative motion graphics and games — all running on multiple types of devices. And that’s just the start. We’re also preparing for the future by experimenting in WebGL and VR. While the entire team is expected to produce the basics (maps, charts, etc.) and use common apps, we are looking for teammates that know where they want to specialize. This is no coffee-fetching internship. You will learn the finer points of mapping and charting as you work your way through multiple assignments. Your experience will culminate in a final, portfolio-worthy project that you conceive of, report and produce. Note that the Los Angeles Times has two separate departments in this digital space, with slightly different roles: Visualization and Data, which concentrates on breaking news, front-end development and print graphics, can be found at The Data Desk, which concentrates on database, back-end and project development, can be found at You're welcome to apply for either or both. These are paid internships and summer placements usually run from mid-June to late August, with rolling start dates to accommodate school schedules.Los Angeles, California, United States

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