Looking for an experienced (3+ years) science/health editor to work with a range of small custom publications. Some are focused towards health care professionals and feature award-winning science journalism. Others have more of a consumer health focus. Experience with journal-level literature and beat reporting a plus, as are multi-media chops (AR, video, podcasting). Some writing involved, clips welcomed. Work environment is collaborative and location is flexible. Half time to start but options to increase hours.
Yale Environment 360, an award-winning online magazine, is seeking a Web Editor to oversee the day-to-day operations of the website. The Web Editor’s responsibilities include preparing articles for publication (finding images, copyediting, and layout); writing short news items; handling all social media; and serving as general operations manager. A good sense of design and knowledge of HTML, CSS, Photoshop, and social media are essential, along with excellent writing skills and a strong interest in and knowledge of environmental issues.
Documented is seeking a reporter to help us tell immigration stories through data.
Immigration is a data-heavy beat. Federal agencies like the Justice Department, ICE and USCIS publish data sets that are fertile ground for stories. There are also immigration stories to be found in Department of Labor data, Census Bureau data and many other sources. We want a reporter who knows how to find these data sets, how to discover stories in the numbers, and who has the skills to report them out and put a human touch to the numbers.
Some of the data sets we work with are relatively small and can fit in a single spreadsheet. Others are massive and sprawling and spill over to multiple files and tables. We need the data reporter to be able to handle both. Knowledge of Python, R or SQL is essential as is Excel. Knowledge of the immigration system is not needed, but it is helpful. Most important is a willingness to learn and enthusiasm for the subject.
Documented is a small but growing team looking for someone who can help us think bigger about how to use data and how to use it to reach different audiences. Our reporting is both for and about immigrants and we have a growing body of work in Spanish that is dedicated to providing valuable information to undocumented New Yorkers. In the coming year, we will begin regularly publishing in Chinese as well. We want our data stories to appeal to those audiences as well as immigration lawyers and other professionals working in the field.
We will expect you to contribute news stories regularly while assisting on special projects. We want a teammate who is not afraid to give us feedback, make their voice heard and whom we would learn from as well. While we use data in our stories regularly, our team does not contain anyone with data expertise, so we are eager to learn from this person as much as they will learn from us. This also means this person will have to be able to complete projects with little oversight. This is also an opportunity to help develop a program for future reporters and editors.
Expectation to publish news stories regularly. Should be able to balance long term projects with quick turnaround news stories.
Creating a data library of all the datasets they can find related to immigration and immigrants
Weekly analysis of immigration court data to find stories and trends
Collaborating with reporters on investigative and news stories
Building and maintaining databases
The role of associate engagement editor (weekends) is to manage weekend editorial newsletter sends and social promotion for Inc. and Fast Company. The associate engagement editor (weekends) has an editorial background and uses a data-driven approach to selecting stories and writing social copy. This position is part of the Digital Growth team, which is responsible for social media, newsletters, search, partnerships, and other audience development initiatives across both Inc. and Fast Company. This is a part-time (15-20 hours per week) 6-month contract position, with a possibility to extend.
What You’ll Be Doing
-Manage weekend newsletter sends by assembling stories, selecting and editing subject lines and newsletter copy
-Manage weekend social promotion by sharing news stories and other recently published articles on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn; creating and pitching Twitter threads; and posting on other platforms as needed
-As needed, assist in headline writing, analytics, pitching, content recommendations, fact-checking, data gathering, and other audience development tasks
What We’re Looking For
-Bachelor's degree in journalism, communication, business, or a related field preferred
-Prior editorial, newsletter, or social media experience
Strong news judgment and interest in journalism and business topics
-Extremely organized and detail-oriented, with a keen eye for spelling and grammar
-Comfortable with Excel, various analytics platforms, and experience making data-driven decisions
-Ability to learn and adopt both Inc. and Fast Company's brand voices
-This is a part-time position (15-20 hours/week)
-The hours are somewhat flexible but must include Saturday and Sunday mornings and afternoons (East Coast Time), being available if news breaks on the weekend, a few hours on Fridays, and sometimes mid-week tasks, as needed.
Fast Company/Inc. offices are located in New York City, but this position does not require you to work in the office.
Main duties involve assisting the Yomiuri Shimbun’s New York based Japanese business correspondent by covering events, conferences, company earnings calls, tracking relevant stories, arranging and conducting interviews, doing research, and coming up with story ideas. One area of special focus is big tech and related political news involving Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple.
In addition to reporting on business and covering financial markets, you may at times have to cover other areas (including national politics, sports, etc.) as the situation warrants. Some transcription / synopsizing of press conferences is also required. Since the articles are written in Japanese, there are no byline opportunities for this position.
First published in 1903, the South China Morning Post has built an enviable reputation for authoritative, influential and independent reporting on Hong Kong, China and the rest of Asia. Today, we strive to maintain the highest standards and are proud to rank among the world’s best-known quality newspapers, achieving global recognition for our breaking news coverage and in-depth reporting.
Based in Hong Kong, we have been expanding globally with offices in New York, Washington, Singapore, Beijing and other cities in China.
Our vision is to ‘Elevate Thought’ and our mission to ‘Lead the global conversation about China’
Trainees are closely mentored during a first year programme designed to fast-track their development. It starts with a period of intensive training and is followed by a rotation to the major desks. Upon successful completion of the programme, trainees will move to permanent reporting jobs on their assigned desks.
Who we look for
Talented, ambitious graduates who want to become journalists. Excellent English, strong writing skills, and a curious mind are essential. Cantonese or Mandarin, and multimedia skills are highly beneficial.
How to Apply
Online Application deadline: 31 January 2021
- Cover Letter
- Full CV with language skills and journalistic experience
- 3 published English-language news or feature articles from a print or online publication
- At least one letter of recommendation
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Our interview process is designed to test both your journalistic knowledge and skills, and whether SCMP is the place for you to achieve your aspirations and grow your career.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for written assessment and multimedia assessment in February 2021.
Video and Panel Interview (Face-to-Face or Virtual) in March 2021.
Offer of employment to successful candidates in April 2021.
Programme commences in late June 2021.
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HealthiNation, a leading creator of health and wellness videos, is growing fast and seeking multi-media content developers to join our terrific team. The ideal Health Writer candidate will have experience creating digital consumer health and medical content, writing under tight deadlines; experience editing video is a big plus. The selected candidate will perform health/medical research and create content that informs, educates, and drives health and wellness outcomes for consumers across the health spectrum. They will collaborate with a team of producers, editors, medical advisers, and reviewers, and may work remotely with regular visits to our New York City headquarters in the future.
Write medically-accurate articles and video scripts under tight, daily deadlines
Build and publish content on our CMS platform (WordPress and JW Player experience helpful)
Prepare interview questions and talking points for video shoots with medical experts
Transcribe videos accurately according to current health literacy standards
Execute against brand standards for style, tone, health literacy, and medical accuracy
Attend production meetings and contribute to content brainstorming and problem solving
Support all operational and organizational tasks
Rough cut video interviews
Experience researching and writing health and medical content for a digital brand
Strong working knowledge of Google Docs, WordPress, Adobe Premiere, and the Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to complete rough-cut editing on Adobe Premiere
General understanding of SEO principals and strategies
Title: Colorlines Staff Writer/Blogger
Reports to: Senior Editorial Director
FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Range: $76,500-81,600
Tentative Start Date: March 8, 2021
• This position is a 1-year, time-limited role.
• This position will close to applications on January 27, 2021.
The staff writer/blogger creates generalized (i.e., more than one beat) in-house content for Colorlines. This role covers multiple areas for our daily news site--from pop culture to stories on health disparities to other pressing issues facing communities of color--and is focused on writing content that resonates with Colorlines readers. A large part of this role is focused on bringing a racial justice analysis to the news cycle.
The staff writer will be responsible for crafting timely pitches and thoughtfully exploring unique and compelling angles that speak to racial justice and equity.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Ongoing monitoring of news, including pop- and high-culture film, music, trending items, TV, as well as staying abreast of “hard” news around criminal justice, health and politics. The Reporter-Blogger will also pay special attention to LGBTQ+ stories and issues, as well as a special emphasis on Indigenous news;
• Producing and publishing at least two blog posts daily, always with an eye on a racial justice and LGBTQ+ issues (or any intersection thereof);
• Developing relationships with publicists and other representatives with the goal of producing timely, occasionally embargoed or exclusive coverage;
• Actively participating in weekly Editorial Meetings;
• Pitching and producing timely longer-form features, including multimedia features as appropriate. Volume of feature writing will vary with workload and editorial strategy;
• Working with design team to provide reporting and ideas for graphic and multimedia features;
• May be called on to represent Colorlines on various social media platforms;
• Representing Colorlines and/or Race Forward through media and public appearances as necessary, in coordination with the RF Communications team and as assigned/approved by Sr. Editorial Director;
• Participating in Race Forward’s organizational planning and development including attending monthly all-staff meetings.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
To perform successfully in this role, incumbent should possess skills identified below:
• Ability to turn around tight, clean copy, whether writing short or long;
• Responsiveness to the news cycle; can follow and report on a big, ongoing story (i.e., Breonna Taylor, COVID health disparities, Flint Water Crisis, Dakota Pipeline), and bring new analysis and reporting to it;
• Working familiarity with AP Style, style guides
• Superior news judgement, especially as it relates to race and racial justice;
• Ability to effectively analyze why a story is important in both a historical and forward-facing context;
• Hands-on experience with a Content Management System such as Drupal;
• The ability to work well both independently and as part of a team, and to juggle multiple simultaneous projects with varying lead times;
• Ability to meet agreed upon deadlines;
• Demonstrates understanding and commitment to racial justice and intersecting issues;
• Some copyediting and research skills;
• Commitment to fairness, accuracy and journalistic ethics;
• Ability to operate within a small, remote and self-directed team;
• Ability to absorb and synthesize information quickly;
• Proactive, self-directed, and able to prioritize and multitask effectively;
• Creative thinker with ideas for innovative and compelling ways to convey Colorlines’ ethos and mission
• The ability to effectively report to people of color, particularly those who are women, femmes, trans and/or nonbinary.
Qualifications and Experience
• A bachelor's degree from a four-year journalism or related program or a minimum 3 years as a generalist or beat writer or blogger
• Experience working with a remote team is a plus
This position requires long periods of time at a desk on a computer and may require time outside of normal business hours. Willing and able to travel up to 5-10% of time as necessary based on need.
Race Forward provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
The Academic Times, published by Fastinform, Inc., is looking for science reporters to help cover new ideas and theories in biology, chemistry and physics.
We’re rolling out our breaking news coverage of scientific progress. For each academic discipline, we intend to hire reporters to write articles with news and analysis, illustrated by charts and tables.
Subscribers will receive newsletters with the latest discoveries and innovations in each academic disclipline, and throughout the day we plan to publish breaking news on Twitter. We plan to make money by charging a subscription fee for access to our intelligence.
Our goal is to hire two reporters every month. We are extremely selective. There’s no beating around the bush: Our reporters have to be smart. They have to be curious about a lot of things, be able to absorb complex information, recognize interesting and important patterns and trends, and write about their discoveries in a way that readers find exciting and interesting.
To be considered for the job as reporter, you'll need to take a test. There are no exceptions. If we're interested in working with you, we'll send you an invitation to take the test. You'll be able to pick a four-hour window of time to take the test. Our recruiting coordinator will work with you, within reason, to find a time that's convenient to you.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone who's eager to grow and get challenged as a journalism professional. We are a well funded startup with ambitious growth plans. Although we're based in New York, we are looking for people who are able to work remotely. Yes, you can work from home. And yes, you'll get health insurance and other great benefits and plenty of time off.
Review recently published research for interesting findings
Interview scholars and experts
Submit at least one article per day
Intellectual curiosity and interest in science and discovery
Ability to see the bigger picture and provide original, thoughtful takes on breaking news
Strong news judgment and writing skills
Ability to produce clean copy quickly and meet deadlines
At least one year of full-time news reporting experience, preferably with daily writing assignments; exceptions may be allowed for anyone with a track record of regularly published writing
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field, such as journalism, economics, philosophy, political science, history or English
The Scientist magazine, an award-winning print publication and website covering the life sciences for research professionals and science-curious members of the public, is seeking a staff writer/editor to join its team of journalists.
The position includes reporting, assigning, and editing articles for the magazine and website, and contributing to social media content. Ideal candidates will have at least three years of experience in science journalism and a strong background in communication and in the life sciences.
This is a US/Canada-based telecommute position operating during US East Coast business hours. The staff writer/editor will join a tight-knit team that collaborates in fulfilling our mission to deliver accurate, meaningful, and engaging stories for our audience. We seek to amplify underrepresented voices, and we encourage journalists from underrepresented groups to apply.
· Report articles for various departments of the magazine and website, including news, profiles, features, and trends pieces
· Usher articles through the editing process, from conceptualization to final copy, working with staff writers and freelance reporters
· Proofread articles
· Occasionally travel for conferences or reporting assignments
· Contribute to multimedia projects, such as infographics and videos
· Post stories to the website
· Participate in regular editorial meetings, pitch story ideas, support/mentor interns, helping maintain website
· At least three years of experience as a science journalist. Ideal candidates will have spent time as a staff member of a newsroom and will have diverse clips, from breaking news to long-form features.
· A bachelor’s degree in a scientific field is required; an advanced degree is a plus.
· Dedication to the highest standards of journalism
· A firm grasp of biology, in particular, genomics, molecular biology, neuroscience, immunology, and comfort with researching, reading, and translating primary literature into compelling stories
· Excellent reporting and writing skills
· Outstanding time management