The Philadelphia Citizen is a nonprofit civic media organization that combines solutions-oriented journalism & thought-provoking events with specific tools for civic action.
We are currently looking to fill the following positions:
Civic Engagement / Product Manager
Duties and responsibilities include
- Leading The Citizen’s efforts to drive civic engagement in Philadelphia through a variety of efforts aimed at inspiring residents to make positive change in the city
- Managing technical operations for virtual events
- Developing a strategy and managing technology of the Citizen’s various channels for user engagement
- Developing and managing memberships, community partnerships and opportunities for audience growth
Please send resume and letter of interest to Citizen Managing Director Tia Mathisen at [email protected].
The Philadelphia Citizen, a nonprofit news site that produces solutions-based journalism with an eye to ignite civic engagement, is looking for experienced Philadelphia-based writers who are critical thinkers with a passion for telling stories that are civic-minded; problem-solving; contextual; and smart.
Please send brief cover letter and links or PDFs of articles or relevant work to [email protected].
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