Reporter - Center for Public Integrity

ApplyJournalist16/11/201523/11/2015Center for Public IntegrityWashington D.C., United StatesAt least five years’ reporting experience. At least two years’ experience reporting on state government or politics. Demonstrated experience understanding, analyzing and interpreting data. Proficient in using a spreadsheet, such as MS Excel. Demonstrated excellence in reporting and writing for the Web and for blogs. Demonstrated expertise in all aspects of online journalism - including social media, basic data visualization and photography. Ability to handle multiple and complex projects simultaneously under stringent timeframes and changing priorities/conditions. Ability to work quickly and efficiently under deadline pressure. Proven ability to consistently work well with other members of the politics team and commitment to the values and mission of the Center.The 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.