Jobs

Please find below a collection of all the job postings on PRNDI's website.  If you would like to have us include a job posting here, please email the posting information (preferably as a Word Document) as well as the current station logo (as either a jpg or png) to Christine Paige Diers at christine@pmja.org.  

  Position Summary

WKAR Public Media, the NPR & PBS affiliate at Michigan State University seeks a passionate, experienced, and dedicated journalist for its on-air broadcasts and digital media. In this role, you will produce news stories involving statewide and local political and civic topics. Examples include, but are not limited to: laws and ordinances, elections, policing, social and equity reforms, and transparency. Occasional general assignment reporting will also be required when needed.

North Carolina Public Radio WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a temporary Morning News Reporter.

The Morning News Reporter will provide content for newscasts and assist in producing its flagship morning program.  The right candidate will be a confident troubleshooter and self-starter with strong news instincts and audio editing prowess. A successful applicant will demonstrate the ability to sift through information quickly and write clearly and accurately.

NPR Illinois is seeking a Statehouse Reporter for our Statehouse Service in Springfield, Illinois. We are a University licensed public radio station with a generous benefit package. Find our link at jobs.uis.edu under the “Job Board” tab. Applications accepted through April 15. NPR Illinois is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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NPR Illinois is hiring a Production Coordinator for their Community Voices program. We are a University licensed public radio station with a generous benefit package. Find our link at jobs.uis.edu under the “Job Board” tab. Applications accepted through April 15. NPR Illinois is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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  Report for America is a national service program that places emerging journalists into local newsrooms to report on urgent under-covered issues and communities. It is an initiative of The GroundTruth Project, an award winning, independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization dedicated to supporting the next generation of journalists.

Valley Public Radio is seeking a dynamic leader to supervise the station’s broadcast and digital content operations. The ideal candidate will work collaboratively to inspire our team to create outstanding content while advancing the station in a changing world, engaging with new audiences and utilizing new technologies. Valley Public Radio is committed to an inclusive vision of public media, and diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

We’re seeking a Senior Editor to take a lead role in guiding the editorial vision at Futuro Studios. They will work collaboratively with the Executive Producer and other producers at the studio to develop a slate of new narrative podcasts, help define the editorial voice and style of our shows, and oversee editing across various projects. We’re looking for a bold thinker with fresh ideas about what can be achieved in audio, unafraid to take risks, and passionate about uplifting Latinx and BIPOC voices in podcasting.

 Summary

Climate change is the crisis of all crises.

It is forcing communities to adapt to unthinkable new normals, amplifying inequities across geography, class and race — and bringing about devastating and deadly consequences.

The journalism produced by CapRadio’s next Environment & Climate Change Reporter will help Californians — and denizens of Earth! — better understand and navigate this emergency. It is essential public service journalism.

Join an award-winning, public media organization, home to BPR Classic and BPR News and serving listeners in 13 counties across Western North Carolina. Come be a part of a vibrant and growing community in the Great Smoky Mountains.

A smart, news-driven and energetic on-air host — that’s who WPLN News is looking for. As the new host of our local All Things Considered, you’ll be the afternoon companion for one of the largest radio audiences in the Nashville region.

We’re doing great journalism here in Nashville. Come join us.

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