Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to join its expanding Member Services team as a Member Relationship Specialist. The Member Relationship Specialist is responsible for identifying, cultivating and stewarding CPR’s mid-level members and prospects. The Specialist collaborates with Membership and Leadership Giving teams to research, analyze, strengthen retention and increase giving from identified segments.
Colorado Public Radio's Member Services team is expanding and has a great opportunity for a full time Membership Giving Coordinator. A key member of the Member Services team, the Membership Giving Coordinator facilitates the processing of indirect and specialty contributions. The Coordinator manages agency and vendor relationships as well as providing administrative (gift processing, record maintenance, special projects) and communications support for CPR’s annual supporters and sustaining Evergreen Members.
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Colorado Public Radio has a great, full time opportunity in its Business Office for an experienced Accounting Assistant. The Accounting Assistant directly assists the Controller in performing various accounting, financial reporting and compliance tasks.
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Colorado Public Radio is seeking a full time RF Engineer to join its Engineering team.
The RF Engineer will assist the engineering department in keeping the CPR statewide broadcast network in good shape. Support functions including remote monitoring and troubleshooting to ensuring all network systems are as reliable and technically effective as possible. Work with the VP Engineering, Director of RF Engineering and Broadcast Network Engineer to maintain all broadcast production and distribution systems.
Colorado Public Radio is looking for a News Director who wants to lead, inspire and grow a talented multi-platform team providing meaningful, thoughtful and in-depth news for hundreds of thousands of Coloradans. This senior leader will provide strategic direction for a team that has quadrupled in the past ten years to a staff of 27. Building on CPR’s current news plan, the News Director will develop the long-term strategies, tactics, resources, budget - and especially the people - to grow CPR News into the state’s most trusted news source.