The International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) invites graduates to apply for data analyst, fact-checker, and social media intern jobs.
The data analyst intern will use data mining to extract information from data sets and identify correlations and patterns.
The data analyst must have a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Statistics, Economics and any other related field.
The social media intern will assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns and support ICIR team at live and online events, among other responsibilities.
The social media intern must be creative. He or she must have good communications, time management, and research skills.
The fact-checker journalist intern will confirm details, correct copy, confirm historical information, data, and identities.
The fact-checker must have a bachelor’s degree in English, Mass communications, journalism and any other related social media field.
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