Fancy using your data science/research skills to help fight disinformation/misinformation and corruption/organized crime? Code for Africa is busy expanding its investigative iLAB teams, both in Nairobi and elsewhere in Africa, and has the following job opportunities with Code for Africa:
Investigative Manager – Nairobi, Kenya – Opportunities by Code for Africa
Code for Africa (CfA) / ANCIR has an immediate vacancy for a regional Investigative Manager with extensive digital forensic research and/or investigative data journalism experience to join our iLAB team in Nairobi, Kenya. The successful candidate will also work closely with partners such as the PesaCheck fact-checking initiative in East Africa and DFRLabs internationally. Minimum …
Verification Project Manager – Nairobi, Kenya – Opportunities by Code for Africa
Code for Africa (CfA) has an immediate vacancy for a Verification Project Manager to join our Investigative Labs (iLAB) team in Nairobi, Kenya. Minimum Qualifications Experience working as a researcher or fact-checker in a journalistic or academic setting Rigorous research skills, news judgment, and commitment to accuracy Familiarity with major research databases, government …
Research Assistant – Cape Town, South Africa – Opportunities by Code for Africa
Code for Africa (CfA) / ANCIR is partnering with Atlantic Council and has an immediate vacancy for a Research Assistant for Sub-Saharan Africa, Digital Forensic Research Lab to join its iLab in Cape Town, South Africa. This role will play a key part in the expansion of the DFRLab’s extensive work across …
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About Code for Africa:
Code for Africa (CfA) is the continent’s largest federation of independent civic technology and data journalism laboratories, which build digital democracy solutions giving citizens unfettered access to actionable information that empowers them to make informed decisions, and that strengthen civic engagement for improved public governance and accountability.
This includes building infrastructures like openAFRICA and source Africa, as well as incubating initiatives as diverse as the African drone network, the PesaCheck fact-checking initiative, and the sensors.AFRICA network.
The African Network of Centres for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR) is a CfA managed association of the continent’s best investigative newsrooms, ranging from large traditional mainstream media to smaller specialist units. ANCIR member newsrooms investigate crooked politicians, organized crime and big business.
The iLAB is ANCIR’s in-house digital forensic unit, with teams in east, south and west Africa. ANCIR uses its resources to strengthen newsrooms’ own internal capacity, by providing access to the world’s best whistleblower encryption and investigative semantic analysis technologies, as well as skills development, and seed grants for cross-border collaboration.
How to Apply:
Interested? Please fill in this form: http://bit.ly/2lSZqc2 by 1 October 2019.