Current Openings

Western Balkans Analyst/Editor

THE PAVLOVIC TODAY  is looking for an Analyst/Editor to cover Western Balkans. 

The successful candidate will write and edit the Balkans news section of the news file produced 24/7 by The Pavlovic Today’s English-language Newsroom in Washington D.C.

Our ideal candidate is a journalist or an aspiring journalist who has the ability to work quickly and accurately under tight deadlines and can deal with a wide variety of source material.

The successful candidate will report to the News Editor of The Pavlovic Today’s Newsroom in Washington D.C . and will create news items on a wide variety of regional and international developments related to Balkans in the English language.

This is a remote position and access to a computer and good wifi is necessary. The internship will last up to three months, and a successful candidate will get a full journalism/analyst training and mentorship. The internship is unpaid with a possibility of employment commensurate with the performance during the internship. 



►journalism or related field: political science, IR, etc
►demonstrated interest in politics, the policy of the Balkans and/or SE Europe
►knowledge of the Western Balkans region 
►dedication for high-quality reporting and reliable information



►English language, mandatory
►Serbian, desired 


How to apply: Send a CV and Cover letter to


News Apprenticeship Program

The Pavlovic Today News Apprenticeship is a 3-month mentoring program providing aspiring young journalists with a real-world learning experience at the independent news organization in Washington D.C. Each cohort will undergo a rigorous training program where they will learn how to work on The Pavlovic Today news desk.

Each member of the cohort will be evaluated on the industry based criteria:

► Work ethic
► Demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit 
► Ability to listen, take and respond to feedback
► Attention to detail
► Team-work
► Eagerness to learn
► Writing and communication skills
► Analytical skills
► Journalistic integrity and accuracy of reporting
► News judgment

If you are an aspiring young journalist with a passion for the real-world learning experience, reporting, and editing on a breaking news desk in Washington D.C., send your resume and cover letter to Tell us why you want to join our program and explain why is independent journalism important in this age and time. 







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