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ProPublica is Hiring a Part-Time Producer

ProPublica is looking for a sharp-eyed, detail-oriented part-time web producer to help with our daily story production on a project basis.

Why you want this job: You’ll be integral to the daily operations of one of the most exciting newsrooms in the country. The production team works in tandem with reporters, editors, designers and developers to put together story packages that are both exemplary pieces of journalism and forward-thinking in terms of design and execution. ProPublica’s design and production team values documentation, a mobile-first approach and inclusive, future-friendly design. We do not adhere to the idea of service desks or assembly lines.

A typical day at ProPublica might find you:

  • Coordinating with editors and reporters to keep the story schedule on track and up to date.
  • Formatting and posting the latest articles to via our CMS.
  • Making photo and art selections to accompany what we publish.
  • Coordinating schedules with photographers and illustrators we commission.
  • Editing HTML and CSS to tweak layouts and features.

Skills needed:

  • Ability to write clean, effective HTML and CSS
  • Basic to intermediate Photoshop
  • A solid design eye

The ideal applicant is highly organized and detail-oriented. She cares deeply about editorial content and making the best selections possible to support the material we report. This is not always a 9–5 job. Story publication times range widely and sometimes require short bursts of late night and weekend work.

The position is based in our newsroom in New York. Send applications to [email protected]. Be sure to include a link to your portfolio or work you feel is most relevant.

ProPublica is committed to diversity and especially encourages members of underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities.

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