We are committed to accurate, authentic journalism.
We are expanding the Global Press Accuracy Network (GPAN)! The network supports our global team of reporters and editors in producing high-quality, accurate, ethical and locally-sourced news. The GPAN consists of copy editors, fact checkers, translators and multimedia experts.
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
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@example.com.
Current GPAN Openings
English Language Copy Editors
Global Press is recruiting freelance copy editors to join the network. Global Press uses AP Style and GPJ Style to produce accurate, ethical news for local and global audiences. Copy editors will be tasked with editing news articles for publication, ensuring proper English grammar, sentence structure, spelling and news writing style. Required 3-5 years of professional copy-editing experience in journalism. *Must be an expert in AP Style and willing to learn the unique GPJ Style Book, which defines style for parts of the globe where AP is silent.
Non-English Language Copy Editors
Global Press is recruiting freelance non-English language copy editors to join the network. Global Press copy editors are essential to Global Press’ mission to produce accurate, ethical and locally-sourced news for local and global audiences. Must have 2-3 years of professional copy editing experience. Fluency in local language and English required. Copy editors will be tasked with editing news articles for publication, ensuring proper local language grammar, sentence structure, spelling and news writing style. Global Press is currently recruiting for the following copy editors:
- French language copy editor
- Nepali language copy editor
- Sinhala language copy editor
- Spanish language copy editor
- Tamil language copy editor
- Urdu language copy editor
English Language Fact Checkers
Global Press is recruiting freelance fact checkers to join the network. Global Press fact checkers are essential to Global Press’ mission to produce accurate, ethical and locally-sourced news for local and global audiences. Fact checkers will be tasked with fact checking Global Press stories. We have a unique method of fact checking that prioritizes local information over what’s available online. So open minds and people not afraid to hop on a Skype call with reporters around the world are required! We’re looking for 2-3 years of fact-checking experience in journalism or related fields. Must have an expert eye for detail and willingness to leave no stone unturned.
Non-English Language Fact Checkers
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
Global Press is recruiting freelance translators to join the network. Global Press works in the least-covered parts of the world. Our reporters speak dozens of languages. We currently publish in five languages and syndicate our news to dozens of countries. We’re recruiting expert translators to serve our local language audiences. We consider native language and fluency language to be different and recruit positions accordingly. Must have 1+ years of professional translation experience in journalism. Global Press is currently recruiting translators for:
- Haitian Creole-English
Global Press is recruiting freelance oral interpreters to join the network. Interpreters will assist with phone calls and meetings between members of the team. We need an expert interpreter to help interface between English and the languages of our local reporters. Oral interpreters are paid per 15 minute increments.
Global Press is currently recruiting for the following languages:
Illustrators and Designers
Global Press is looking to expand our visual footprint by recruiting freelance illustrators and interactive designers to join the Global Press Accuracy Network.
Interactive designers will be tasked with creating data visualizations, animations, maps, interactive graphics and other multimedia presentations to further the stories told through the Global Press Journal. Illustrators will be expected to take complex stories and turn them into conceptual ideas that translate locally where the story is based as well as internationally. Anyone hired to create visuals for the GPJ should be willing to work with a team of editors to come up with the best solution for any given story.
Global Press is looking for freelance video editors to help in the planning process for video shoots, along with editing footage for publication. Video editors will be expected to work with a team of editors and reporters to come up with the best way to tell a story. At Global Press, reporters guide the story. Video editors are expected to guide the reporters through the process of video storytelling without guiding the narrative. Video editors will be heavily relied upon for their technical skills. We currently publish in five languages, so videos will almost always include subtitles.