The Seattle Times, one of the nation’s premier regional news sources for investigative journalism, is looking for a talented Investigative Reporter to join our expanding I-Team. We believe our future depends on our ability to produce deeply reported, compellingly told and visually striking investigative and watchdog reporting that our digital and print readers can’t get anywhere else. Through our recently launched Investigative Journalism Fund, a community-funded partnership with the Seattle Foundation, we plan to build one of the largest local investigative teams in the nation, one that reflects the rich, cultural diversity of the land we cover.
Our expanded team will increase our ability to engage the public, call for accountability and explore solutions that make a difference on issues as varied as climate change, the influence of money in politics and the way technology is impacting our daily lives and personal privacy. Ideally, in this role, you would be comfortable telling those stories about complex issues in a manner that is easy to grasp for our readers and help inform their opinions.
Candidates must have a proven track record of:
This position requires union dues be paid monthly as a condition of employment. To be eligible, applicants must be willing to undergo a drug screen for controlled substances (including marijuana) and must have a valid driver's license and proof of insurance.
Founded in 1896, The Seattle Times continues its tradition as a family-owned, independent newspaper that cuts through the clutter and provides readers with timely, relevant news. As the largest newsroom in the Pacific Northwest, we serve the region with thoughtful journalism that makes a real difference in our community. And as a media solutions company, we combine cutting-edge digital capabilities and service with the values and integrity of respected traditional media… with an established audience of 1.8 million. At The Seattle Times, you’ll find work that matters.
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