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Reuters is seeking journalists in Brazil to join our well-regarded fact-checking team. You will have a passion for politics and current affairs, expertise in navigating social networks and a track record of spotting emerging trends and stories. Most importantly, you’ll need to have sharp instincts and a creative, determined approach to problem-solving.
This entry-level reporter position will involve identifying potential misinformation concerning politics, health or other topical issues, and conducting research to establish the facts behind the claims. You will be expected to write up your findings in clear, concise, Portuguese copy.
Prior experience in reporting, social media newsgathering or fact-checking would be a clear advantage. However, as full training will be given, a willingness to learn quickly is at least as important. This role has a daytime shift pattern, with occasional weekend work.
About this role
As a Fact-Checking Producer, Brazil, you will:
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