GIJN serves as the global hub for investigative journalists. Its mission is to support and strengthen investigative reporting around the world. GIJN supports journalists around the world, and is governed by an international association of 235 nonprofit journalism organisations in 89 countries.

The executive director reports to the Board of Directors and oversees GIJN’s largest program areas, including development, finances, and staff. GIJN is a distributed organisation. The location is fully remote.

This is a chance to be on the frontlines of strengthening watchdog media around the world.

Deadline for applications is 30 March 2023.

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This content is part of the Media Freedom Rapid Response  (MFRR), a Europe-wide mechanism which tracks, monitors and responds to violations of press and media freedom in EU Member States and Candidate Countries. The project is co-funded by the European Commission.