Employment Opportunities

  • A CPR News Audience Editor, as part of the news digital team, ensures that the newsroom is serving all Coloradans with its digital products by understanding who Coloradans are, who is served by which stories, features, beats and projects, identifying the gaps between those and identifying opportunities to close those gaps and times when we must start anew
  • The Executive Director of Leadership Giving oversees Major and Mid-Level Giving; Legacy Giving; and emerging fund-raising initiatives.
  • The Team Editor oversees the generation of radio features, newscast spots and digital storytelling from experienced reporters on the Education, Health and Justice beats, with a particular eye toward the ways the education, health and justice systems intersect with each other and with historical and current inequity.
  • The Editor/Producer leads the development of features and pilots produced by the Audio Innovations Studio, from initial pitch to final product. Works across all services to ensure the most effective and impactful content.
  • The Controller will have overall responsibility for financial management, budget, compliance and reporting for CPR, KRCC, Denverite and all current and future related entities. This person is a member of the leadership team, supervises the accounting team and provides overall financial direction and analysis to serve the mission of CPR.
  • The Managing Editor will have a wide-ranging role to lead the efforts of CPR on several fronts: keeping equity, diversity and inclusion at the forefront of Colorado Public Radio’s coverage for all Coloradans, search for opportunities to make coverage more reflective of the diversity of our state, work with both newsroom leadership and reporting staff

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  • The KRCC General Assignment/Growth reporter will cover the impact and trends in Southeastern Colorado (referred to colloquially and henceforth as Southern Colorado) on growth or contraction, the intersection of the two, and related challenges and opportunities for communities.
  • A CPR News Audience Editor, as part of the news digital team, ensures that the newsroom is serving all Coloradans with its digital products by understanding who Coloradans are, who is served by which stories, features, beats and projects, identifying the gaps between those and identifying opportunities to close those gaps and times when we

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  • The CPR News data reporter will take a data-driven idea from conception, through acquisition and analysis of data to reporting and publication online and on the air.

Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.