KPCW Radio in Park City, Utah is seeking a Reporter/Anchor.
Do you want to work in a world-class resort town with an international economy covering everything from skiing and Sundance to breaking news, crime, and the environment? KPCW is Park City’s NPR affiliate, and our dynamic newsroom is the Wasatch Back's top source for what's happening in the mountains. Take a look at our dynamic website: www.kpcw.org. We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits and a collaborative, music-filled newsroom.
Responsibilities -Select topics for coverage and pitch story ideas -Build contacts and sources -Write and produce reports for on-air and digital platforms -Attend meetings and produce news assigned by the News Director -Occasionally contribute to live reports as news dictates Planning -Follow local and regional news along with relevant people and publications. -Read agendas and attend events, some of which don’t feel like work at all (opening day on the mountain, film festivals, etc.).
Administration -Keep excellent records. -Manage tight deadlines and make solid decisions in rapidly changing situations. - Collaborate constantly with your team under the News Director’s supervision. Other -Know that you are keeping the community informed about issues that affect them. - Reporter schedules vary (early mornings on some days, evenings on other days, midnight oil during elections, participate in on-call weekend reporter rotation). -You will have a LOT of fun (staff lunches, costume parties and homemade birthday cakes, to name a few office highlights). Experience -College degree in journalism or related field required. -Prior news experience and fluency in Spanish preferred. -Strong candidates possessing some but not all preferred experience will receive consideration.
Interested applicants must send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.