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China-focused news and features website Sixth Tone is looking for a data journalist with graphic design skills,to create infographics, and encourage data-driven journalism within the team. Applicants should have experience with programs needed for data manipulation and presentation, such as Excel, Access, Illustrator, Tableau, Google Fusion, as well as experience with data mapping tools. In addition, the applicant should have intermediate coding skills. Sixth Tone is looking for a candidate with experience working in online journalism, or a related field. Ideally, the candidate should be bilingual (English/Mandarin), be used to working to tight deadlines, and willing to work in Shanghai.
Deadline: Friday, November 25, 2016.
Please send your resume to email@example.com with a subject line: Data Journalist + your name