The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is hiring a Content Manager to work for its communications department, and start working by January 31, 2022.
The Content Manager will grow and engage ICFJ’s audiences through compelling and more frequent storytelling.
The ideal candidate will have a mix of excellent visual storytelling and written communication skills, along with strong news judgment.
Applicants must have 3-7 years of experience working as a multimedia journalist and/or digital communications professional.
The successful candidate’s starting salary is $57,000.
Interested applicants must have bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience.
It’s a plus if the candidate is bilingual (Spanish preferred) and has:
✓ Worked in a newsroom
✓ Advanced video editing knowledge
✓ Experience shooting video
✓ Proficient in Adobe suite of products
✓ Worked internationally
✓ Understanding of SEO best practices
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