DEADLINE: JULY 12, 2021 —The Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism (CCIJ) invites applications for the role of Africa Editor.
The Africa Editor will work in a virtual newsroom that weaves investigative narratives, visuals, and data into compelling data-driven stories.
Selected candidate will work with CCIJ’s core team and an international group of journalists on ongoing global projects and build a network of emerging and established journalists who can be commissioned for stories.
Interested applicants must have experience in seeking, evaluating, and commissioning impactful investigative stories. Applicants must be willing to commit 15 hours per week.
This is a part-time, grant-funded, and work-from-home role that will continue throughout 2021.
CCIJ encourage women, people of color and members of other historically disadvantaged groups to apply.
The deadline for applications is July 12th, 2021.
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