Experienced journalists can apply for these roles based in Washington, D.C. or Taipei.
Asia Fact Check Lab, a new platform by Radio Free Asia (RFA) that aims to provide viewers with accurate and unbiased analysis of China-related statements made in public, is currently seeking an experienced data journalist to generate data reporting as well as an English editor to rewrite and edit its daily fact-checking reports and in-depth special projects.
Interested candidates should have at least three years of relevant experience, and be fluent in both Mandarin Chinese and English. Knowledge of Asian current affairs and news context will be preferred.
The positions are open for both US- and Taiwan-based candidates and will be located in RFA’s Washington, D.C. headquarters or Taipei office.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.