It's an exciting time at Full Fact and we are currently recruiting for:
Over several years, you'll build Full Fact’s capacity to engage the public on a large scale, starting with communicating better and regularly about what Full Fact gets up to and why, whilst maintaining our strong reputation for neutrality and independence. Read more.
You will act on the findings of our factchecks, to secure corrections to inaccurate claims, improving how high quality information is released and communicated to the public, and collating evidence for select committees and other policy makers. Read more.
You use our automated factchecking technology platform, and user insights, to produce innovative products to help factcheckers, journalists, and eventually the public, to best understand the facts behind the information they see. Read more.
Full Fact’s work must be independent, impartial, rigorous and balanced. It’s essential that we have clear rules in place to ensure that, and they entail some requirements for members of our team while you work here.
You will be required to operate within our standards, including the Nolan Principles of conduct in public life, our rules on conflicts of interest and so on.
You will be have to complete a declaration of personal interests form in the later stages of recruitment, once a year while you work here, and whenever your circumstances change. This is to help us ensure that any potential or potentially perceived conflicts of interest are managed and mitigated so that they do not affect either Full Fact’s or your own work and reputation.
Although anybody is entitled to be a non-active member of a political party or other organisation within the law, if you come to work here you won’t be able to:
We do encourage people to contribute to public life in ways that are compatible with our non-partisan role — where possible within our resources, we support people to do voluntary work such as jury service, magistracy, reserve forces and so on.
Full Fact offers three month secondments in the research and publishing team for Fast Stream Assistant Statisticians from the Government Statistical Service who are interested in improving the communication and public understanding of statistics.
Secondees are exposed to a wide range of research and publishing tasks that build on their own interests and development ambitions. Opportunities are advertised periodically through the National Statistician’s Office. You are welcome to contact Mike Hughes to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would be happy to extend this scheme to other relevant organisations. Please email our Director, Will Moy, to find out more: email@example.com.