Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
Colorado Public Radio is a dynamic, growing organization that is seeking to add to its engaged and passionate staff. While CPR has grown significantly through traditional public radio fundraising methods, the cultivation of major and planned giving is recognized as a growth opportunity. At CPR, major (aka “leadership”) gifts are recognized at $10,000+. We are seeking the right candidate who can lead a team of professionals in maximizing potential for this state-wide community resource.
Please note: This position is based in Grand Junction.
The Colorado Public Radio News Fellowship will develop a new generation of talented, diverse journalists for the public radio system.
CPR News Fellows will be trained in every aspect of public radio journalism - developing story ideas, reporting, writing, producing and editing, for both radio and the web. The fellow will spend time in different areas of the newsroom - newscast/daily reporting, Colorado Matters, beat reporting and digital/social media.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking a full time Broadcast/IT Engineer to join its Engineering team.
The Broadcast / IT Engineer will assist the engineering department in keeping the CPR broadcast network, audio network, and IP 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 an experienced professional to join our growing operation as a news host/reporter primarily for the afternoon. This position plays a vital role in providing listeners with the latest news in a credible but conversational manner.
The host produces and voices on-air elements during an assigned shift, including newscasts, feature story leads and tags, weather forecasts, promos and segues.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking an Energy and Environment Reporter for a new position in its expanding News Room.
The Energy and Environment Reporter produces high-quality reports with an explanatory focus for all CPR channels: morning and afternoon news magazines, newscasts, digital platforms and Colorado Matters. This reporter must demonstrate topical expertise, bringing distinctive content and perspectives on these important topics to the CPR audience.
Colorado Public Radio is looking for a General Assignment Reporter to join its growing News Room.
The General Assignment Reporter produces news features, spots and occasional two-ways for news magazines and interviews for Colorado Matters. This position covers primarily daily developments across primary subject areas; files reports for news magazines, newscasts, digital and other programming. The General Assignment Reporter also serves as back-up host in the news magazines.