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Posted July 16, 2021

Web Producer, Climate Change – Boston Globe Media

Location:

Boston, MA

Description:

The Boston Globe is hiring a Web producer for its climate desk, part of a new investment in coverage of this critical issue. We’re looking for a savvy digital journalist with a wealth of energy and ideas who can help elevate our coverage at this pivotal time in the planet’s history.

Possesses expert news judgment and feels comfortable making major news decisions independently.
Writes phenomenal headlines and has a knack for distilling complicated concepts into a handful of clear, crisp words.
Has deep experience publishing to digital platforms, whether it’s your site’s homepage, social media accounts, newsletters, alerts, or another avenue through which readers travel.
Is comfortable with data and data visualization. We don’t need a developer, but we do need someone who can find stories in data and who can collaborate with graphics artists and newsroom developers to tell stories in non-traditional ways.
Is fluent in audience analytics -- not only how to interpret them, but also how to use them as a tool to make decisions.
Thrives as part of a group setting, juggling multiple tasks at once and collaborating with your colleagues in a fast-paced environment.
Shows creativity.

Requirements:
At least 2-4 years of experience as a journalist
Excellent headline writer
Strong editor, for both copy and clarity
Able to produce clean, informative copy quickly and on deadline
Experienced reporter familiar with sourcing and journalistic standards
Facility with using and learning new content management systems
Skilled at multitasking and juggling multiple, fast-moving storylines at once
Experienced with social media and other alternate platforms
A team player who thrives working in a group setting
Has a willingness to adapt, be audience focused with a curious mindset, and committed to creating an inclusive work environment

To Apply:

https://bostonglobemediapartners.applytojob.com/apply/GoqEP0muGp/Web-Producer-Climate-Change

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