Careers

Newslaundry is hiring! We’re expanding our team – and are super excited about it. We, at Newslaundry, are a group of committed news professionals and are looking for people who share a passion for journalism and story-telling.

We aren’t really looking to fit people into strict beats or roles, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to explore and experiment across audiovisual and written formats. What we are looking for is energy and enthusiasm and a commitment towards independent news.

We’re looking for people for the following roles:

Tech
Full-time

  • Full-Stack Developerkeyboard_arrow_down

    Looking for a platform to do some amazing data work? We are hiring full stack web developers.

    Requirements:

    1. Exposure to architectural patterns of a large, high-scale web application, Knowledge of the MVC pattern.
    2. Proficiency in Javascript and its frameworks, REST APIs, HTML, CSS, JQuery.
    3. Basic design and UX sensibilities.
    4. Rigor in A/B testing, test coverage, and other web best practices.
    5. Strong working knowledge of developing cross platform/browser/device compatibility (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, etc.) for dynamic web applications.
    6. Experienced back-end developer who knows PHP/Javascript/ MySQL.
    7. Good understanding of responsive design and experience optimizing front end code for performance / speed.
    8. A sense of the value of web standards, accessibility, and user experience.
    9. Ability to multi-task on multiple projects and tasks at the same time.
    10. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment.
    11. Worked on LAMP/MEAN stack environment before.

    You get bonus points if you have:

    1. Good hands-on experience working with CSS pre-processors (LESS & SASS).
    2. The ability to come up with creative ways to bring structure and organization to unstructured data.
    3. Beginner knowledge of APP development.

Send your resume and a brief summary of your interest in working with us to contact@newslaundry.com
or
Apply here