Get Involved with the Web Integrity Project
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Also feel free to get in touch to share advice or tips about changes you’ve noticed or are concerned about, or to just to ask us more about our work. Contact Rachel Bergman: email@example.com.
Senior Investigator – Posted: February 2018 – WIP’s Senior Investigator will use our software to monitor key websites, write and vet reports based on investigations of important identified changes, work with journalists and civil society groups to disseminate findings, and write blog posts that provide context for particularly significant changes. There will also be opportunities to research and scope new topic areas to monitor, and to get involved with Web governance policy and analysis. This position is ideal for someone with experience or passion for investigative journalism.
Website Monitoring Analyst – Posted: February 2018 – WIP’s Website Monitor Analyst will use our software to monitor key websites, write and vet reports based on investigations of important identified changes, and help maintain a website change tracker. There will also be opportunities to help research and scope agency websites for monitoring, and to write blog posts that provide context for particularly significant changes. This position is ideal for someone with passion for government accountability research.
Health & Healthcare Website Monitoring Volunteer Analyst – Volunteer analysts track and classify website changes flagged by our version tracking software. Each analyst is asked to commit about 5 hours a week monitoring, and is responsible for monitoring a set of Web domains on a week-long cycle.