CURRENT GPAN OPENINGS

Non-English Language Fact Checkers

We’re hiring accuracy professionals around the world!

Members of the GPAN are paid per piece and are typically given 24-48 hour deadlines. GPAN members specify the amount of work they are looking for, and work closely with Global Press’ assignment editor, lead editors and reporters during the editorial process. All GPAN work can be done remotely. GPAN members based in Washington D.C. or a Global Press bureau location are welcome (and encouraged!) to work with the local team.

Think you have what it takes?

Global Press is a diverse and thriving international media organization that seeks out team members who:

• Are equally committed to journalistic tradition and journalistic innovation

• Employ discipline, generosity and humor in their daily work

• Are willing to challenge the 24-hour news cycle and stereotypical definitions of international news value

• Believe in the power of local women journalists to write and report undiscovered, high-quality human stories to change our world

• Thrive in a collaborative environment where team members can be honest with one another and always aim to be better than they were yesterday

Global Press is recruiting non-English language fact checkers to fact check articles produced for our local-language audiences. Must have 2-3 years of professional fact checking or research experience. Fluency in local language and English is required. Experience fact checking for a local-language publication is a plus. Global Press is currently recruiting for the following fact checkers:

French language fact checker

Nepali language fact checker

Lingala language fact checker

Sinhala language fact checker

Spanish language fact checker

Swahili language fact checker

Tamil language fact checker

• Urdu language fact checker

If you think you are a good fit for Global Press, and are interested in applying to join the Global Press Accuracy Network, please email a resume, availability, a letter of interest to [email protected]

Illustration at top by Zoe van Dijk for Global Press Journal