Location: Applicant to be based in the Pacific Islands (including Aotearoa New Zealand) or Australia.
Application Deadline: 8th November 2021
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is a growing, global nonprofit media organization with a staff of over 140 and operations across the globe.. By developing and equipping a global network of investigative journalists and publishing their stories, we expose crime and corruption so the public can hold power to account. Our global team includes editors, researchers, data engineers, security specialists, administrators, technologists, and strategists, each with areas of in-depth expertise.
OCCRP is recruiting an investigative editor to help us tackle challenging stories in the Pacific Islands region. The ideal candidate has proven experience in investigative reporting and some experience in editing and managing teams. The candidate must be well-versed in Pacific Islands issues and should have strong contacts in the region. Ideally, they would be a citizen of a Pacific Islands nation or a member of a diaspora community. They will be responsible for developing cross-border investigative stories in partnership with regional Pacific media. The editor will work alongside the Senior Pacific Islands Investigations Editor, who will be coordinating OCCRP’s work in the region. The position offers a competitive salary.
We are looking for someone who can:
Skills and experience:
To apply, please email the following to jobs[at]occrp.org
All applications must be submitted in English. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Whilst we have internal goals to reply to unsuccessful candidates, we regret that the high number of applicants greatly exceeds our capacity to respond to each person. We apologise that we will not be able to reply to any unsuccessful applicants.
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