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We have an office in Washington, D.C., and two-thirds of our staff work remotely from other locations.

Our team is a mix of committed organizers, campaigners, policy experts, digital communicators, administrators and fundraisers. We're committed to recruiting and retaining creative, ethical, smart and innovative people with a sense of humor. We center racial justice in our work and seek new team members who share our values and approaches.

We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance; retirement benefits; health reimbursement, dependent care and commuter-expense accounts; and up-to-date IT systems that allow for flexible work locations. We think that employees do better work if they have time to enjoy life with friends and families, so we offer a total of nine weeks of paid time off each year.

People of color, women, people with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, gender-nonconforming and formerly incarcerated individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

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News Voices: Colorado Manager:

Free Press is launching News Voices: Colorado, a two-year initiative that invests in building the capacity of local newsrooms and communities to transform Colorado’s media ecosystem and improve local news and information across the state. The manager is a key position in expanding News Voices to Colorado, and will focus on engaging Colorado residents, community leaders, and journalists to work collectively to envision, strengthen, and transform local news. Learn more and apply here.

Journalism Project Manager:

Free Press is expanding our News Voices journalism program into Philadelphia, focusing on a collaborative project that aims to replace prevailing media narratives of the criminal legal system with complex stories about trauma, safety, crime and criminal justice. The journalism project manager is a key position in the launch of this ambitious new project that will reimagine and reinvent the way newsrooms approach crime reporting to better center the needs and perspectives of Philadelphia’s communities. Learn more and apply here.

 

 

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