Investigative Reporter, Carolina Journal

Carolina Journal, a pioneer in nonprofit journalism, is seeking a full-time investigative reporter to uncover and dig down into events and issues that shape our state. Work should include public records requests, breaking news, and in-depth pieces delivered in a narrative-style.

We’re seeking a solid writer and a story-teller, a professional journalist who can write from a free-market perspective. Knowledge of the legislative and judicial process, AP style, and bachelor’s degree in journalism and/or experience in a related field is necessary.

Over the past few years CJ has won numerous N.C. Press Association awards. A leader in investigative journalism in North Carolina, CJ has exposed corruption, conflicts of interest, and misuse of public funds by public officials, including members of Congress and members of the General Assembly.

Send writing samples to [email protected].