The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit Pulitzer Prize-winning news organization, seeks an editor who has a track record of producing high-impact journalism to help shape our coverage of race and inequality. The editor will also oversee coverage of Election 2020, with a focus on inequality. The ideal candidate has experience reporting and editing about demographics, race and inequality; knows how to turn datasets into compelling narratives; values collaboration; and excels at coaching writers.
Collaborate on story and project ideas, including developing outreach strategies for those projects and stories. Key to those strategies is identifying, building and supporting reporting and distribution partnerships with other news outlets
Work with reporters and the communications, development and digital teams to maximize the impact and reach of these stories and projects, including building an audience using social media tools and creating appealing multimedia and social media content
Assist reporters with planning and executing their reporting
Edit reporters’ stories
Compile documentation to facilitate fact-checking of all articles
Adhere to Code of Ethics and Editorial Standards and Practices of the Personnel Policy Manual and Employee Handbook
Other duties as assigned
A minimum of 15 years of experience as a journalist, including editing experience
An ability to find illuminating stories; to craft attention-getting, in-depth, vibrant and well-organized narratives; and to meet deadlines
A track record of helping reporters craft stories that demonstrate meticulous attention to detail and rigorous adherence to the highest standards of accuracy and fairness
Exceptional organization skills and a proven ability to work collegially with others
The Center for Public Integrity is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing an inclusive work environment. Public Integrity is committed to employment, advancement and leadership opportunities that ensure diversity of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin or ancestry, race, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information and/or military or veteran status.