Journalists with a background in data journalism can apply for this job.
The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji) is seeking a data journalist to be part of the team of its advanced investigative journalism project CruzaGrafos, a partnership with Brasil.io.
The journalist will be working remotely 20 hours a week for four months, but the contract might be renovated.
Responsibilities include writing investigative journalism reports, exploratory data analysis, verification and collaborating in trainings and projects.
In addition to a data journalism background, ideal candidates will have a good command of spreadsheets.
The application deadline is Feb. 5.