Employment

Current openings at the Bureau:

Junior reporter

We are looking for an early career journalist to join the Enablers team as a junior reporter investigating how UK executives, lawyers and advisers are enabling oligarchs, dictators and criminals around the world. The ideal candidate will be keen to pursue a career in financial or investigative journalism, and have experience and cuttings to demonstrate this. One-year fixed-term contract. Salary: £26-30,000, dependent on experience. Applications close July 2. Read more about the role and apply here.

Reporter

We want an enthusiastic journalist with at least three years experience of strong investigative or financial reporting to join the Enablers team on a 12-month contract. investigating how UK executives, lawyers and advisers are enabling oligarchs, dictators and criminals around the world. Salary: £34-38,000, dependent on experience. Applications close July 2. Read more about the role and apply here.

Fellowships

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.