The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is an investigative reporting platform formed by 40 non-profit investigative centers, scores of journalists and several major regional news organizations around the globe. Our network is spread across Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. We teamed up in 2006 to do transnational investigative reporting and promote technology-based approaches to exposing organized crime and corruption worldwide.
OCCRP is looking for a chief operating officer (COO) who reflects the same innovation and dynamism as the organization itself to help us reach our next level.
We're looking for a talented, ambitious, and tenacious deputy managing editor. This is a leadership position — a key role at an organization that, for years, has been on the leading edge of investigative journalism.
In-depth investigative journalism of the kind we do is among the most challenging genres to convey to the broader public. We are seeking someone who can help us shine in this area.
We're looking for an entry-level IT helpdesk assistant to support our growing team.
Few jobs really change the world. But this senior investigator will work on our highest-profile stories — which have.
OCCRP is recruiting an investigative editor to join our vibrant team and help us tackle the most challenging stories in the world.
OCCRP is seeking an experienced and dynamic Strategic Communications Officer to lead the organization’s external communications, expand our reach, and build wider understanding of the unique ways we work to expose cross-border criminality and corruption.
We’re looking for a talented, ambitious, and tenacious colleague to help us run (and improve) our unique — and uniquely challenging — editorial workflow.
JDN, Inc (OCCRP) is recruiting an Africa editor to join our vibrant team and help us tackle the most challenging stories on the continent.
Senior Front-End Developer, Full-Time, Sarajevo or Tbilisi (remote possible)
This is an open call for interested technologists to get in touch about joining the OCCRP data team. While we’re not currently advertising for specific roles, we’d love to hear from you if the intersection of investigative reporting, technology and data excites you.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), one of the world’s largest and most innovative investigative reporting organizations, is hiring two senior video producers to add to its award-winning video team.
We are looking for talented young reporters with sharp news writing skills and an interest in investigative journalism to join us as interns. Internships range from three to six months at our office in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.