Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
Colorado Public Radio is expanding and is looking for a Web Developer (front-end and back-end development in a WordPress environment) who believes in the mission, power and potential of public media and will thrive in an environment where curious, creative people can do meaningful work. Responsibilities include developing, testing, deploying, maintaining and expanding the technologies that power our user-centered website and will also support evolving digital technologies such as smart speaker skills and mobile applications.
Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a Colorado Springs Regional Reporter. The Regional Reporter develops this geographic beat that is based in Colorado Springs and encompasses southern Colorado. This reporter covers major news developments in the region while also looking for the untold stories that define the place.
Colorado Public Radio News is expanding and has a brand new opportunity for a Western Slope Regional Reporter. The Western Slope Regional Reporter develops this geographic beat that is based in Grand Junction, CO and encompasses the western slope and mountain areas. This reporter covers major news developments in their region while also looking for the untold stories that define the place.
Colorado Public Radio seeks a highly disciplined, organized and goal oriented development leader to oversee a talented team of experienced fundraising professionals as Director of Leadership Gifts. The Director of Leadership Gifts is responsible for providing leadership of the major donor and planned giving department for donor development, communication and stewardship. At Colorado Public Radio, major (leadership) gifts are recognized at $10,000+ in annual support.
Colorado Public Radio has a great opportunity on its Operations team for a Technical Operations Specialist. Specialists staff the operations center where they act as the primary quality control agents for audio for CPR’s three program services. They monitor and troubleshoot audio playout, routing, and transmission systems to confirm that correct audio that meets CPR quality standards is being broadcast. They provide support for other departments in their interactions with these systems and respond to emergencies as well as routine help requests.
Colorado Public Radio has a brand new opportunity on the Western Slope for an experienced Broadcast / IT Engineer. Based out of our Main Street facility in downtown Grand Junction, the Broadcast / IT Engineer will assist the Engineering department in keeping the CPR broadcast network, audio network and IP network in good shape. This position will be primarily responsible for the broadcast and studio facilities in and around the Grand Junction area.
Colorado Public Radio seeks a creative, collaborative and exceptionally organized editor to lead Colorado Matters, its flagship daily live news interview program. On Colorado Matters, the sky is the limit when it comes to storytelling. We do 1-on-1 interviews and panel discussions in our studio, but we also get out of the studio to make our segments sing with natural sound, a sense of place and to connect with our community. We don’t just think in radio, we think in pictures and video and social media.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking an experienced journalist with a management background to join its expanding newsroom as a Morning Editor. The Morning Editor kickstarts the newsroom in the morning, identifying, assigning and implementing daily coverage for Colorado Public Radio News; assigns a team of news magazine hosts and reporters to develop engaging, timely and relevant daily content; and works with newsroom leadership to set and execute overall coverage priorities for CPR's audience.