The South Florida Sun Sentinel seeks an investigative reporter to join its projects team.  We are committed to in-depth, high-impact investigative work that makes a difference. Applicants should have a track record of generating highly relevant project ideas and delivering bulletproof, seamless reads. They should be adept at conceiving and developing strong multimedia and interactive components. Candidates should be self-starters and strong idea-generators who can consistently deliver thorough reporting and stellar writing. The should be excellent team players who can work independently as well as collaborate on team projects.  CAR techniques, second-language skills and digital expertise are pluses. Applicants should submit proposals to Metro Editor Randy Roguski, Proposals should include a cover letter, resume, examples of past investigative work, and at least three project ideas with a summary of why the story is important, what it would take to get it, and potential obstacles and results.