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Un lavoro nel factchecking

L’Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project cerca un responsabile per il factchecking (OCCRP jobs). Bisogna rispondere entro il 30 novembre. Il lavoro è a tempo pieno dopo tre mesi di prova.

Job Description: Fact-Checker Manager
Location: Europe/Eurasia – To be agreed
Terms: Full time, subject to 3 months’ probation period
For information about OCCRP please visit www.occrp.org

Principal Tasks
 Fact-check stories against best source evidence
 Be personally accountable for the accuracy of all stories and publications reviewed
 Liaise closely with editors and reporters on stories and publications
 Train, develop and manage a multi-lingual team of fact-checkers, based internationally
 Assign fact-checkers to stories, track progress and oversee payment of freelance fact- checkers
 Develop and promote high fact-checking standards throughout the organization

Qualifications and Skills
 Senior journalism professional or academic, preferably with previous experience in fact checking or as an editor
 Fluent and articulate in English language, written and spoken
 Second language would be a plus, ideally Russian
 Experience managing a team or newsroom, ideally remotely
 Able to work well with people from a range of countries, languages and backgrounds, online and in person. Fact-checking is done in English but most reporters are not native speakers
 Basic understanding of journalism and business, financial, legal and property records  Thorough knowledge of libel laws and responsibilities in one or more jurisdictions
 Able to transfer knowledge, develop new team members and implement best practice
 Computer literate with experience using Microsoft Office applications, primarily Word and Excel, and Google docs
 Able to work independently, while asking for guidance when needed

To apply, please email a letter of interest and your resume to jobs@occrp.org by Monday 30 November 2016


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