This looks interesting for you NY print folks.
Please see the job description below – it's for a part-time reporting position that'll run at least through September for a state accountability project run by the Center for Public Integrity, in conjunction with Public Radio International. It requires someone who knows NY state politics and is used to delving for state-related information. After gathering a lot of data you'll be required to write a report – there's a possibility that a radio piece could come out of it too. If interested please contact Caitlin Ginley, whose information appears at the end of the post. She'd like to fill the position ASAP.
Subject: State Accountability Project Seeks 50 Reporters
The Center for Public Integrity Seeks 50 Experienced Reporters for State Accountability Project
Over the next 18-months, the Center for Public Integrity will create a risk analysis of corruption in all 50 state governments. We're hiring part-time, freelance reporters to assess the existence and effectiveness of anti-corruption and government transparency measures at the state level, including political financing, civil service management and state budget processes. We want reporters who know their state and how to dig. The project team will also create online data, reporting, and technology tools to help empower people to demand greater accountability and reform.
The Center is partnering with Public Radio International and Global Integrity on the project. The Center has been a leader in nonprofit investigative journalism for more than 20 years and our work is widely cited, referenced, and used by media and non-media organizations around the country.
If you are interested in applying, please click on the enclosed link www.bit.ly/sap-apply. We also encourage you to share this link with colleagues you think might be interested in applying.
For more information, please contact:
Center staff writer Caitlin Ginley
Ph. (202) 481-1238