Are you at a point in your life where doing something challenging, meaningful and fun is more of an urgent concern for you than compensation? Are you ready to work with smart and talented individuals committed to producing great content in the public interest? Do you have extensive experience running organizations? Join our grand experiment in creating high-quality, insightful news. WhoWhatWhy is looking for a Chief Operating Officer to oversee and organize our departments and daily operations. You will work closely with senior managers to create administrative and reporting procedures, efficient tracking systems and a coherent, holistic plan for long-term growth. If you feel you're qualified but could use more experience, we are also looking for operations managers to assist the COO.Who We AreJoin a remarkable news organization and community that is making a difference, setting a new standard, and innovating on every front. A nonprofit that accepts no advertising, WhoWhatWhy is staffed largely with skilled volunteers dedicated to elevating public awareness and fostering a more vigorous democracy. This position is pro bono, but down the road, as we grow, we offer possibilities of compensation.If you can commit a minimum of 10 or more hours a week, working remotely on your own schedule with our far-flung, diverse team, we'd like to hear from you.To apply, send us your resume and a detailed cover letter that shows you have studied our site and brand, understand what makes us different, and that explains why you are an exceptional choice for this position.RequirementsBachelor's degree in business management or related field; MBA preferredA solid grasp of — and commitment to — our missionStrong organization and communication skillsThe ability to delegate tasks and manage and motivate othersThe patience to monitor multiple individuals, projects and processesResponsibilitiesFormulate and track business objectivesBuild and grow an operations teamCoordinate with department managers to create and improve internal processesBrainstorm and implement effective systems and growth strategiesBenefitsLearn the nuts and bolts of nonprofit operationsCollaborate with smart, accomplished co-workersBe part of an exciting, up-and-coming enterpriseWork from home on a schedule that suits youHave funMake a difference
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WhoWhatWhy embodies a form of investigative reporting that is rigorous, relentless and scientific – we call it forensic journalism. Forensic journalism requires skepticism towards power and credentialed expertise; a determination to unearth the facts interested parties want to keep hidden; and an unflinching commitment to follow the trail wherever it leads. We are truth seeking-not quote seeking.