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@prndi.org.  

Journalists at WUWM identify, report, edit and produce a wide range of stories for all WUWM programs and digital platforms. The Von Fellowship is designed to give recently graduated journalism students the opportunity to work in a professional news environment, preparing stories for broadcast and digital platforms.

The News Director supervises all aspects of the Boise State Public Radio news department, including assigning and editing stories for newscasts, planning features and news series, measuring and monitoring success, guiding the digital workflow, and creating public service programming. 

WAMU in Washington, DC is searching to fill two positions: a Senior Producer  and a Producer Reporter for the Kojo Nnamdi Show.

KUOW in Seattle has openings for five positions that seek to reshape delivery of daily news and breaking news coverage both on-air and through digital media. The station is hiring a Morning News Host, Morning Senior Producer and a Morning Reporter– as well as – an Afternoon News Host and Afternoon Senior Producer. 

WRVO Public Media seeks a new morning news host to join our award-winning news team.

Do you have a proven track record in helping young reporters improve their craft and hone their understanding of public radio’s core values?

St. Louis Public Radio and the St. Louis Beacon announced today their intention to explore forming an alliance to better serve the community through journalism.

A letter of intent was signed by Margaret Wolf Freivogel, a founder and the editor of the St. Louis Beacon, and Tim Eby, St. Louis Public Radio general manager.

America Abroad Media says Kevin Klose has joined its board of advisors. The president emeritus of NPR, who currently serves as dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park, brings more than 40 years of experience in public affairs broadcasting and journalism to AAM. 

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