Career Opportunities

Multimedia Reporter

 

REPORTS TO: News Director

TYPE: Full-time, Non-exempt

DIRECT REPORTS: None

The ideal candidate is inquisitive, enterprising, and knows how to tell a good story. The candidate possesses at least a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and/or requisite journalism experience.  They must have strong writing and research skills, and ability to convey information in a clear, concise and conversational manner. The ideal candidate has experience in proofreading, editing, and a thorough knowledge and understanding of the ethics of public radio journalism. They must also have an interest in public radio, audio technology, and media trends.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, write, and produce original spot news stories and in-depth news reports for radio, podcast, and web platforms.
  • Use professional recording equipment to capture high-quality sound and conduct interviews
  • Use social media platforms to deliver stories and engage with audience
  • Interact professionally and build relationships and sources
  • Anchor breaking news when asked
  • Operate control board and associated equipment
  • Participate in community forums and station events
  • Participate in on-air fund drives

Please provide a cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to gmpd@nipr.fm. Only email applications will be accepted. No phone calls please.  

Northeast Indiana Public Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is the licensee for 89.1 WBOI - NPR News & Diverse Music - and Classical 94.1 WBNI. NIPR is a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization.

Our mission is to strengthen the cultural, civic, and social fabric of the communities we serve, and to engage audiences with content that enriches the human experience. We apply our core competencies of reporting and storytelling, our relationship with audiences, and our capacity for innovation to create a space where audiences congregate, connect and contribute to a shared understanding of their community, their country, and the world.


All Things Considered Host/Producer

 

REPORTS TO: Program Director 

TYPE: Full-time, Non-exempt (maximum 40 hours/week)

DIRECT REPORTS: None

The ideal candidate will have public radio hosting and production experience, possesses a bachelor’s or associate’s degree, and would be available to host weekday afternoons live between 3-7pm. The candidate would also assist with some weekday production work. 

  • Host local news and breaks in national news programs (All Things Considered)
  • Anchor breaking news when asked 
  • Operate control board and associated equipment
  • Write and deliver newscasts and host local breaks in NPR programming
  • Monitor studio and automation equipment during shifts
  • Operate control board and associated equipment
  • Voice track 9 and 10am hours of Weekend Edition
  • Produce on-air, web-based, and podcasting content as assigned
  • Produce weekly WBOI Presents program
  • Participate in community forums and station events
  • Participate in station fund drives
  • Other duties as assigned

Please provide a cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to gmpd@nipr.fm. Only email applications will be accepted. No phone calls please.  

Northeast Indiana Public Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is the licensee for 89.1 WBOI - NPR News & Diverse Music - and Classical 94.1 WBNI. NIPR is a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization.

Our mission is to strengthen the cultural, civic, and social fabric of the communities we serve, and to engage audiences with content that enriches the human experience. We apply our core competencies of reporting and storytelling, our relationship with audiences, and our capacity for innovation to create a space where audiences congregate, connect and contribute to a shared understanding of their community, their country, and the world.


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