Deputy Managing Editor, Think Global Health

The Council’s David Rockefeller Studies Program is one of the country’s largest foreign policy think tanks with a widely respected and influential research staff. The Studies Program’s aim is to advance the discussion of American foreign policy and international affairs through its writing, publications, public outreach, and discussions.

Think Global Health is a CFR-sponsored online magazine that examines the ways that health shapes economies, societies, and everyday lives around the world. In its first nine months of operation, the site has published more than 300 articles from nearly 300 authors, representing over fifty countries on six continents, and it has attracted more than 1.7 million pageviews. Major news outlets, such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Atlantic, BBC, Vox, New York Magazine, and many others, have shared and linked Think Global Health articles and interviews.

Under the direction of the Director of the Global Health Program, the Deputy Managing Editor will be responsible for managing daily operations for the magazine, writing content, coordinating the work of contributors, and editing.

The major responsibilities of this position will include (but are not limited to):

• Handle the day-to-day management of the website, including solicitation of possible contributors, oversee the issuing of the weekly newsletter, participating in the editing and preparation of content for the site, and posting content on schedule
• Periodically write on emerging global health issues for the site and conduct interviews of leading policymakers, front line health workers, and other experts working in the field
• Work with multiple contributors to the website to coordinate their submissions, including editing, verifying facts, ensuring the contributors adhere to deadlines, and conferring with authors regarding changes in style or organization
• Work in CFR’s content management system to create, build, post, and tag site content.
• Work with photography databases to select photographs to accompany articles and coordinate data visualizations for the site

• Five or more years of professional editorial experience
• Exceptional writing and editing skills
• A demonstrated knowledge of and a passion for global health and international affairs
• Experience in global health, science, or international affairs journalism strongly preferred
• Bachelors degree or higher, with a high record of academic achievement
• Experience with digital publishing, social media, and multimedia editing
• Experience with content management systems, HTML, Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, and InDesign. Drupal experience preferred
• Prior work with data visualization, particularly Datawrapper experience, preferred
• Demonstrated ability to manage projects in a deadline driven environment
• Entrepreneurial self-starter with proven ability to work with small groups and senior staff, and on projects spanning different time zones and cultural contexts

Data Reporter

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.
Responsibilities include:
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

Caribbean Community Information Ecosystem Assessment Lead

Documented is recruiting an Information Ecosystem Assessment Lead to conduct research on the information ecosystem and information needs of English-speaking Caribbean immigrants living in New York.
Documented is working in collaboration with the Listening Post Collective to conduct research that will form the basis for a new vertical and beat at the publication focused on Caribbean New Yorkers. The goal is to learn what the current information landscape is among the community and what platforms and technology people are using to get information.
The main goal and timeline of this job are:
To work with members of the Listening Post Collective and Documented to execute research and surveys with Caribbean New Yorkers on what their information habits and needs are. (March-May 2021)
The Assessment Lead(s) for this project will be responsible for:
Designing and conceiving of surveys and research strategies
Researching and reaching out to key groups in the Caribbean community
Recruiting and managing local community liaisons to support survey distribution, host focus groups and listening sessions and provide other assistance as needed.
Building and supporting relationships with media makers, community organizations, and residents interested in supporting local information needs.
Help organize a public forum to share the final assessment with community stakeholders.

Digital Marketer/Journalist

The Wayne Jay quintet is a jazz group founded in Boston Massachusetts in 2007. We are looking for someone to do a video interview and online article about the group and it's members. This would require a profound knowledge of social media and other outlets that may be useful in promotion. This is a paid position that will also come with many other paid opportunities.

Pay: $50+ an hour

Program Director


PACIFICA RADIO STATION, WBAI-New York, 99.5 FM, is searching for a Program Director to supervise WBAI's on air program format, assure FCC compliance and oversee on-air fund drives among other responsibilities. WBAI, one of five stations in the Pacifica Foundation network, is a mission-driven, member-supported, non-commercial station that broadcasts arts, culture, music, news and public affairs. Providing alternatives to corporate broadcasting and conventional public radio, WBAI also streams and its archived programs can be heard at

Salary $57,500.00 - $65,000.00 annually - commensurate with experience.


Communications Officer

The Communications Officer will be responsible for planning and executing all internal and external communications initiatives. Working with multiple stakeholders within the Foundation, s/he will
develop and refine the organization’s brand voice and our messages for diverse audiences. The ideal candidate will be a great storyteller who can transform complex ideas into a shareable content.

Key Responsibilities
• Work in partnership with the KACF team to develop and implement a communications strategy that will advance our mission, increase the visibility of the Foundation and our work, and support development efforts
• Collaborate with the Development team to integrate messaging with fundraising strategies and key projects, including the Annual Gala and other special events, annual appeal and donor cultivation initiatives
• Assess and analyze research data and incorporate them in storytelling
• Cultivate relationships with ethnic and mainstream media outlets, and write/distribute media pitches, press releases, and media alerts
• Monitor media and news developments to keep the Foundation at the forefront of Korean American and philanthropic communities
• Manage KACF’s website, social media, e-newsletters, ensuring that the Foundation is using our communications channel in a timely and consistent manner, assessing our imprint, and increasing our audience
• Manage communications projects including website design, event promotional/marketing materials, annual reports, video production, and photography
• Manage the planning, design, editing, production and dissemination of high quality publications under the KACF brand and for a range of audiences and purposes
• Other projects as needed

Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge Requirements
• Experience: Minimum 2-3 years of experience in communications, marketing, journalism or related work, preferably at a nonprofit organization or a foundation
• Project Management Skills: Strong project management with excellent organization skills, capable of handling multiple projects with competing deadlines, and the flexibility to manage shifting priorities

• Technology Skills:
o Working knowledge of email marketing and design programs, such as Constant Contact and Canva, or experience working with similar tools
o Working knowledge of social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn
o Technologically savvy and able to self-learn emerging and new tech platforms that support and amplify communications efforts

• Communication Skills:
o Excellent interpersonal, written, verbal communication, as well as storytelling skills
o Critical thinking in assessing, compiling and disseminating information
o Ability to prepare and deliver information both internally and externally, and to comfortably interact with diverse audiences as well as nonprofit and community groups

• Team Work & General Skills:
o A strong team player capable of working collaboratively with a diverse range of constituents and exhibit: individual maturity, respect for others, and team-centered approach
o A self-starter capable of working with limited supervision
o Flexibility to work before/after hours and some weekends

• Cultural Competence: Familiarity, interest and knowledge of Korean/Asian American community is a plus but not required

• Education: Bachelor’s degree required

Journalism Teaching Artist

826NYC — a Brooklyn-based writing and tutoring nonprofit — is hiring a dynamic and experienced Teaching Artist for its Write All About It program. Write All About It will provide middle school students from marginalized and under-resourced communities in Brooklyn with an ongoing, year-round journalism workshop focused on building expository writing skills, while developing students’ confidence, sense of community, and civic responsibility. 826NYC will publish student pieces on a rolling basis in an online magazine, managed via Medium.

Students enrolled in the journalism program will learn how to conduct interviews, research articles, and write compelling, factual, newsworthy stories rooted in their local community. Students will be encouraged to examine issues that impact and interest them locally, and to draw connections to national events and movements.

826NYC is seeking a Teaching Artists to design the curriculum for and lead this journalism program. Meetings will be once per week from 4-5:30pm, and will be conducted via Zoom until 826NYC resumes in-person programming, after which the program will meet in person at 826NYC’s center in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Seeking a start date as early as mid-February.

The Teaching Artist should not only be a writer with a journalism background, but also be passionate about literacy education and have experience working with students. This position will be supervised and supported by the 826NYC Director of Education. Teaching Artists will also have the support of trained volunteers, who assist students with their writing during workshop sessions. The output of this program will be the regular publication of student work via Medium. The teaching artist will be responsible for overseeing the posting process.

Reports to: 826NYC Director of Education

Supervises: Project volunteers

Duration and Hours: Weekly 90-minute sessions throughout the school year; possible extension into summer; plus planning time

Major Responsibilities

– Design an age-appropriate, project-based journalism curriculum for students grades 5-8
– Facilitate each weekly session
– Communicate regularly with the Director of Education
– Oversee on-site volunteers, acting as a liaison between volunteers and students
– Coordinate the ongoing publication of student work on
– Submit lesson plans, timesheets, reports, and other administrative documents


Desired Qualifications

– Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience
– Demonstrated excellence in journalistic writing
– Experience working with youth
– A passion to improve literacy and a deep commitment to student success
– Exceptional communication skills, both written and interpersonal
– Excellent organizational skills: ability to multi-task
– A strong work ethic, a collaborative spirit, self-starter
– Proficient with computer applications — (i.e. Microsoft Office suite)
– A deep passion and commitment to the mission of 826NYC

Communications Associate

The Communications Associate plays a vital role in all the Coalition's communications efforts, including social media, public relations and program support. He or she is an exceptionally organized, detail-oriented team player, who is always on the lookout for new ideas and trends to support the Coalition’s communications strategy while also being able to adapt to the organization’s established tone and style. In addition, the Communications Associate is a skilled writer in both digital and traditional mediums and can decipher and communicate a wide range of global histories and methodologies with accuracy and sensitivity. While he or she assists in the Coalition’s general communications plans, a significant portion of the Communication Associate’s workload is dedicated to supporting the Coalition’s Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation (GIJTR) – a Consortium of nine organizations that together serve as a new mechanism to respond in a multi-disciplinary and integrated manner to the transitional justice needs of societies emerging from conflict or periods of authoritarian rule.

The Communications Associate is based in the Coalition's New York City office and reports to the Communications Director, who is responsible for raising the profile of the Coalition among key audiences by developing, implementing and managing short- and long-range communications plans to reach and sustain core audiences essential to the growth of the Coalition.

Specific responsibilities include:

• Assist in the development and implementation of the Coalition’s and GIJTR’s overall communications plan to meet the twin goals of raising their visibility among external audiences and enhancing communications among staff, members and partners

• Regularly post on the Coalition's and GIJTR’s social media presence on key platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, with the goal of increasing followers in specific fields and locations, as well as honing online messaging to be as relevant, dynamic and engaging as possible.

• Make necessary updates to online and print materials that are both graphically engaging and always grammatically correct.

• Facilitate technical aspects of webinars as needed, serving as a point-person for Zoom and ensuring that all marketing materials are ready and dispersed in a timely and organized fashion.

• Help develop new marketing materials in a variety of formats including videos, presentations, publications, podcasts, etc.

• Cultivate members of the press around the globe with the goal of regularly placing stories, Op-Eds, and/or mentions in the press on the Sites of Conscience movement as well as individual members

• Collaborate with and assist Program teams with simultaneous, detailed and time-sensitive communications projects related to the GIJTR and other Coalition programs

• When needed, assist the Communications Director with the Coalition’s strategic plan, member surveys and relations with the Board of Trustees

• Stay abreast of new developments in technology, communications and relevant human rights issues to ensure the Coalition remains cutting-edge

• Other tasks as determined with the Communications Director

• Bachelor's degree in Communications, Journalism, English, Transitional Justice, Museum Studies or related field
• 3-4 years' experience in nonprofit communications, with experience at a human rights organization or museum strongly preferred
• Impeccable oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills
• Strong knowledge of social media technology and proven judgment in distributing content
• Outstanding time and project management skills
• A strong writer with a clear and succinct style, who is always grammatically and factually accurate
• A motivated problem-solver who brings a positive attitude to the work at hand
• Expertise in Zoom
• Advanced knowledge of HTML /coding/ website CMS (Word Press)
• Skill in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Canva or other software a strong plus
• Knowledge of Spanish, Arabic or French a strong plus
• Creativity, resourcefulness and ability to work both as a team and independently

Communications & Digital Outreach Coordinator

About the Role:
The Communications & Digital Outreach Coordinator will report to the Communications Manager and work with a team of legal and non-legal staff to assist in day-to-day communications efforts targeting working women and other caregivers, policy makers, partners, donors, media, and the public at large. The Communications & Digital Outreach Coordinator will also have a special focus on expanding our digital storytelling and finding new and creative ways to spread the word about our organization and share our workplace rights resources across the web.

The Communications & Digital Outreach Coordinator will be based in New York, NY, but our team is currently working remotely due to the pandemic.

-Work with Communications Manager to assist with day-to-day communications responsibilities as needed.
-Assist in the creation of social media graphics, newsletter layouts, and other compelling visual assets for communications materials.
-Contribute ideas around strategy to expand ABB’s reach across the web and develop creative ways of storytelling across platforms.
-Conduct regular research into online communities to continually conduct outreach and share important information about A Better Balance’s know-your-rights resources with new audiences.
-Help manage engagement with press and influencer contact lists and assist with regular outreach.
-Update and format website content on a regular basis within WordPress.

-This is a junior level position. College degree and 0-3 years of experience, preferably in digital media, marketing, writing, editing, journalism, or another communications role. We are open to an entry-level candidate.
-Ability to create compelling visual content for social media and other platforms—graphic design and/or video editing skills strongly preferred.
-Fluency in various digital media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
-Strong writing ability, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
-Ability to manage multiple demands and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
-Able to work independently and as a team member, with a positive attitude.
-Commitment to and passion for ending racial, gender, health, and economic injustice.
Additional details:

Full time (40 hours per week)

A Better Balance has an excellent benefits package, including health, and dental insurance; flexible spending account; paid vacation, sick and personal time. We are committed to “walking our talk” and encourage a healthy work/life balance for all employees.

Digital Marketer, Thought Leadership

The Role

As a member of our Storytelling & Engagement team, you will be responsible for scaling the audience of our award-winning brand publication, primarily through social media, and converting them into ServiceNow advocates.

You are a skilled growth marketer with proven results in scaling executive audiences for editorial products through social media and email tactics, planning and executing strategies based on your own daily data analysis, and writing amazing copy alongside compelling visuals.

This person should be a doer and a strategist.

Our goal is to create meaningful experiences for our readers–business executives who are interested in learning more about the future of work–that enable them with insights and connect them with solutions.

This is a contract role, with opportunity in a growing organization.

What You Get To Do In This Role

This is a brand new role. You will have the opportunity to build something amazing. You will be a trusted advisor and collaborate with an external agency. You will be relied upon to deliver results. Ultimately, you will be responsible for ensuring the right audience sees the right content at the right time. And, you will be expected to adjust copy and strategy on the spot, so that our thought leadership engine is agile and responsive.

You will split your time between these 5 core responsibilities:

o Know our content as well as our users. You will be part of the editorial planning process, so that you have a deep understanding of our thought leadership research and reporting. You will also collaborate with marketing teams to learn about lower-funnel content (i.e. e-books, webinars, white papers) that is relevant to our users. This will be the foundation for all your other work.

o Create and execute promotion plans for content published on our thought leadership channels, including defining audience segments on social media, working with internal and external teams to buy ads, independently creating posts, monitoring engagement, and actively adjusting plans to optimize engagement.

o Build a holistic user journey for various audience segments across editorial channels and connect them further down the buyer’s journey–from social media to article to form-fill to scheduling a meeting.

o Turn insights into action. Analyze user data to inform content, promotion, and audience strategies, as well as sales and marketing. Collaborate with team members responsible for reporting on platform performance.

o Innovate! Based on the data, do you have an idea for a social-first content program? Based on our editorial plans, is there a particular user segment we should invest in more?

In order to be successful in this role, we need someone who has:

o Experience and success in writing copy and social posts that resonate with targeted users.
o Expertise in digital marketing technology, the mechanics of capturing data, and best practices in managing related processes.
o Experience partnering with agencies.
o Background in engaging senior business executives through marketing, communications, journalism or a related role.
o Scaled a business, publication, or audience through digital marketing.
o Analyzed user data, created promotion plans, and executed on those plans.
o Proven to be flexible, deadline-driven, results-oriented, and able to respond quickly and calmly in crises.