From the publisher of POLITICO, Protocol is a new media company focused on the people, power, and politics of the technology industry. Protocol will equip decision-makers and innovators in tech, legacy businesses and public policy with the reporting and insights they need to navigate a world in rapid change.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience producing, directing, and/or editing high-impact investigative stories. You’ll know how to juggle long- and short-term projects, and you’ll be deft at helping investigative reporters work on both long and short time frames.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience in digital journalism – and also a profound curiosity about and commitment to exploring new ways to tell stories and reach audiences. A deep working knowledge of the tech industry would be an advantage, but isn’t essential.

The ideal candidate will be committed to creating a culture of high ambitions, big ideas, and truly excellent work – and also one that is caring, diverse, inclusive, and fun.

The investigations editor will:

  • Lead a team of writers (staff and freelance) who will produce high-impact, reader-focused journalism that will lead our coverage and drive conversations in the tech industry, the larger business community, and governments around the world.
  • Work closely with the executive editor and editorial director to identify, recruit, hire, train, develop, inspire, and manage other journalists.
  • Serve as a moderator/expert at our events, on podcasts and conference calls, etc.

Join us:

To apply, send a resume and cover letter, with the type of job you’re seeking in the subject line, to [email protected].

We’re also hiring writers, an audience engagement expert, audio producers, copy editors/web producers, a data journalist, and business development experts. Learn more.

Protocol believes a diverse and inclusive workplace enables us to do our best journalism. We welcome inquiries from people of all backgrounds.

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