Jobs at CREW
CREW currently has openings for the following positions:
CREW seeks a research associate. CREW’s research team works to identify, research, and produce reports about unethical, illegal, and otherwise questionable behavior by members of Congress and other government officials, as well as inappropriate influence exerted by powerful interests.
- Research/Investigation: Researchers exhaustively research and investigate government corruption, including reviewing and analyzing government documents, news reports, databases, public information and other resources and extracting all relevant information.
- Synthesis: Researchers synthesize information into accurate, concise written reports for the media and the public and create databases and online resources for public use.
- Producing Reports: Researchers draft blog posts, press releases, and brief reports for distribution, and edit and fact check reports.
- Generating ideas: Researchers generate innovative project ideas and investigative report proposals.
- Team support: Researchers collect news clips to distribute internally and work with the legal team on preparing lawsuits as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree in public policy, political science or related field
- Outstanding research and analytical skills
- Strong attention to detail and organizational abilities
- Excellent writing, editing and fact checking skill
- Ability to work as part of a team and independently
- Must work well under pressure, adapt to changing situations, and prioritize numerous projects and tasks
- Must be a self-starter who can recognize emerging trends and generate creative content ideas
How to Apply
Please email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. No phone calls please. We can respond only to candidates whom we are contacting for an interview. CREW is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We seek undergraduate students to serve as unpaid interns during the fall of 2015. Undergraduate interns will assist with research and operations alongside CREW’s research team, including conducting in-depth investigations into government corruption.
Interns will learn and use various sources of public information to track special interest spending, campaign spending, and political contributions, and review lobbying records. Additional duties include following up on investigative tips, conducting background research of elected officials, drafting content for reports and blogs, and generating innovative project ideas and report proposals. The ideal candidate will be hard-working, enthusiastic, resourceful, detail-oriented, and interested in legal or ethics issues.
How to Apply
This position is based in Washington, D.C. Interested applicants should e-mail a resume, cover letter and availability to John Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please place your name and “Undergraduate Intern Application” in the subject line. Please note that we can only respond to candidates we are contacting for an interview.