Current openings at The Bureau:
We are looking for a talented journalist to join our global environmental reporting team looking at the impacts of the global food supply chain on our climate, ecosystems and communities. This is undoubtedly the most important story in the world and we want to make sure it is told well and told urgently. We want an enthusiastic journalist with at least two years experience of strong environmental reporting to join this core team, on a three-year contract. Read more about the role and apply here.
Lead antimicrobial resistance reporter
We want a reporter to lead our coverage within our global environmental reporting team on the issue of industrialised food’s reliance on antibiotics and the consequences for health and the environment. We are looking for a senior reporter with a deep knowledge of this beat, ready to deliver major investigations, initially on a 12-month contract. Read more about the role and apply here.
US health correspondent
We want an enthusiastic journalist with at least three years’ experience of strong health or big tobacco reporting to work for the Bureau on a full time freelance basis. The successful candidate for this role will be based in the US and have an existing right to live and work in the country. They can be based anywhere within the US, but must be willing to travel regularly where it is required, potentially including internationally. Read more about the role and apply here.
We’re looking for a talented and experienced person to join our fundraising team to provide exceptional support on grant applications, management and reporting. You don’t have to have raised funds for non-profit media, but you do need to be able to get to grips with the Bureau’s key areas of work and impact. We welcome applications from great fundraisers anywhere in the UK for a full-time role, initially on a two-year contract. Read more about the role and apply here.
From 2021, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism will run three fellowship placements each year across the organisation. You do not need to have a journalism degree but you should be a graduate or in your last year of your degree and be able to show evidence of a commitment to journalism. Read more about our fellowships and apply here.