Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.
Colorado Public Radio is seeking an experienced nonprofit fundraising professional to join its expanding Membership Revenue Managers Team. The Direct Response/Digital Revenue Manager, in consultation with the Director of Membership, determines strategy and tactics and plans, conducts, and analyzes integrated multi-channel fundraising campaigns. Channels include direct response (mail, telefundraising, email), and digital (web, social, mobile).
Colorado Public Radio is searching for an experienced audio producer to join its Membership Team as on On-Air Fundraising Producer.
The On-Air Fundraising Producer assists in planning and coordinating all on-air fundraising for Colorado Public Radio. This includes developing tactics, messaging and premiums for each drive, coordinating production plans with news and music staff, directing hosts in live and pre-recorded fundraising, and managing all audio content, including fundraising spots, testimonials and longer form fundraising breaks.
The OpenAir Morning Show Host/Announcer/Producer is responsible for an engaging, welcoming morning show from 6-10 am daily. This host understands the OpenAir’s mission of music discovery, the audience, the time of day, and the music world OpenAir reflects. In addition to new music trends, the host is grounded in recent music history, is able to connect the dots with what has come before, and is grounded in current Colorado music.
Come produce and host for CPR's flagship daily news interview program, Colorado Matters, which reaches a huge swath of this politically fascinating swing state. We're looking for someone who loves to dig into issues, find the human side of policy debates, and explore a range of topics - environment, energy, education, healthcare, business, politics, and arts and culture.
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.