|Date Posted||October 02, 2020|
|Salary||Annual salary will be commensurate with experience.|
The Investigative Reporting Program at the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley is seeking an experienced senior editor to oversee a range of stories, including investigative projects conceived and executed by students.
We're looking for a collaborative leader and gifted storyteller who is excited about encouraging and empowering our incredibly diverse student body to dig into pressing issues of social justice and then helping our students lift those stories to the level of excellence and accuracy required to get them published in national, regional and local news outlets.
The Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley is widely regarded as one of the top journalism programs in the United States. The School offers a two-year Masters of Journalism degree to an enrollment of about 120 students at a time. The school's emphasis is on mastering a wide variety of techniques while learning the highest standards of responsible and enterprising journalism.
The Investigative Reporting Program (IRP) is dedicated to teaching and mentoring future generations of investigative reporters, particularly journalists of color and journalists from historically marginalized communities. Through its teaching-hospital model, and in partnership with leading news organizations, IRP students gain practical, real-world experience producing stories for the nation’s foremost print, online and broadcast outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, PBS Frontline and NPR.