The Center for Public Integrity is looking for a journalist to develop and run an innovative audience engagement strategy for our award-winning investigations. We seek a candidate who lives and breathes social media, is capable of engaging with existing readership and expanding to new audiences. This person will be a critical hub in promoting the Center’s work and will work closely with reporters, editors and senior management to create innovative campaigns around our reporting. The ideal candidate will also interact with the traditional media and provide guidance to reporters seeking to report on the Center’s findings from investigations.
The Center for Public Integrity is committed to hiring employees from diverse backgrounds with excellent investigative journalism skills. People of color, women, LGBTQ and differently abled people are encouraged to apply.
Work with editors and reporters to plan social media and crowdsourcing strategies around major projects produced by the Center.
Engage audiences on social media platforms.
Post and promote projects on social media.
Develop and maintain communities related to and affected by the Center’s work.
Cultivate a larger and more engaged audience for the Center’s work.
Consider new and innovative ways to repurpose previously published content to take advantage of the Center’s extensive archive of investigative reports.
Monitor analytics and reader engagement and create reports for funders.
Create online content to keep website and social media platforms fresh and updated throughout the day.
Adhere to Code of Ethics and Editorial Standards and Practices of the Personnel Policy Manual and Employee Handbook.
Founded in 1989, the Center for Public Integrity is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit news organizations in the country. Our Pulitzer Prize-winning newsroom is comprised of reporters, editors and computer-aided reporting experts who dig deep and deliver national and international investigative journalism of enduring significance. The Center for Public Integrity’s development team works with ...foundation partners and individual donors to nurture a steady cash flow to fund our operations. Our underwriting department generates earned revenue to augment the Center for Public Integrity’s philanthropic income.