The Graphics department at The New York Times is looking to hire an experienced visual journalist to report, write, design and code graphics and multimedia stories, including the presentation of statistical visualizations, video, photography and animation.
You will be responsible for conceptualizing new lines of reporting, analyzing data to find stories, and collaborating with other journalists from around the newsroom to create original visual journalism. You should have a demonstrated ability to create graphics-focused coverage on breaking news and enterprise timelines, and have published a variety of visual forms. You should also exercise journalistic judgment, visual creativity and innovation while ensuring the accuracy, clarity and validity of the content published.
Applications should include links to a portfolio or work samples to demonstrate the creation of visual journalism. A cover letter describing your role in specific projects is a plus.
Ability to meet deadlines and to adapt to change in a daily, unpredictable news production environmentCuriosity and interest in the news, and in finding innovative approaches to telling storiesExperience working collaboratively with members of a mixed-media teamWillingness to work a flexible scheduleMust be able to make quick decisions under deadlines and a high-pressure newsroom environment
This position is represented by the NewsGuild of NY.
The annual base pay salary for this role is between $109,521.19 and $136,000.00.
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