Current openings at the Bureau:
The Bureau is seeking a new Chief Executive and Editor-in-Chief to steer the next stage of its development. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a fast-growing investigative newsroom operating at a global, national and local level. The new CEO will take over the reins from Rachel Oldroyd, who will continue as a non-executive member of the board.
The new CEO will lead an award-winning newsroom of more than 40 people as Editor-in-Chief. They will be accountable to the board of directors for the strategic direction, funding, organisational and operational effectiveness of the Bureau.
The Bureau is looking for a journalist talented journalist to lead our small team reporting on the impacts of Big Tech.
You will serve as the editor of the project, managing staff and freelancers around the world. This will also serve as the lead reporting role, so will suit a reporter looking to move into a hybrid role, or an editor looking to get back into the field.
Salary: £45,000-£50,000, depending on experience. Read the full details here.
From 2021, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism will run 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.