The Center for Public Integrity, a D.C.-based nonprofit investigative journalism outfit, is looking for an audience engagement editor to help us connect with and grow our following on social media platforms. We’d love someone who is thoughtful about building big-picture engagement strategies around our stories, and can take our newsletter to the next level in terms of content and subscribers.
If you’re someone who’s passionate about working with a top-notch journalism outfit (Pulitzers, Polks, and Loebs) but not so passionate about the media industry’s instability, or crazy hours, we offer a great way to be immersed in it while enjoying a relatively stable, family-friendly environment, good benefits and great workplace.
Desired Qualifications: Familiarity with metrics, including Google Analytics, Chartbeat and CrowdTangle. Minimum 2-3 years’ experience.
Preferred: Experience with Hearken, GroundSource, ImpactTracker or other engagement and impact-measurement tools.
Founded in 1989 by veteran journalist Charles Lewis, 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.
Our mission: To protect democracy and inspire change using investigative reporting that exposes betrayals of the public trust by powerful interests.