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Friday, March 24, 2023



The Kyiv Independent, Ukraine’s biggest English-language publication, is looking for reporters focusing on the following topics – business, culture, war, environment, disinformation, and politics. 

The Kyiv Independent is Ukraine’s main English-language news outlet. It was founded in November 2021 by a team of reporters and editors who were fired from the Kyiv Post for defending editorial independence, in partnership with a media consultancy company Jnomics. Today it’s a team of 37 people based mostly in Kyiv. Publishing in English, we serve as Ukraine’s voice in the world and the world’s window into Ukraine.


  • Writing exclusive, well-reported, structured stories;
  • Proactively leading the coverage of the assigned beat while being ready to write on a wider range of topics when necessary; 
  • Maintaining and developing a network of sources.



  • Experience in journalism;
  • English language proficiency (C1-C2 or native speaker);
  • Knowledge of Ukrainian language (enough to read and understand news updates, as well as understand a statement delivered in a video/audio form);
  • Closely following Ukrainian news agenda, its main newsmakers, as well as the international agenda in relation to Ukraine;
  • Devotion to the values of independent journalism;
  • Being based in Kyiv.

We offer:

  • market-level compensation;
  • working with a young and highly motivated team, for an award-winning media startup.busy, but flexible work schedule;

Please submit your CV and a motivation letter to Put “Reporter” in the subject line of the email. The candidates with relevant skills and experience will be invited for an interview. 

Note: It’s a full-time position. Hybrid or remote format of work is possible for this position upon agreement.


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