Employment Opportunities

  • As a member of the Digital Platforms team, the Business Analyst is a liaison between the Business and Technical teams by facilitating conversation regarding new features and functionality required by the Business related to the digital platforms that CPR uses.
  • The Staff Accountant has a variety of accounting duties that are time sensitive and require a high level of attention to detail. An understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) guide most duties that ranging from processing payroll for the organization to accounts payable/accounts receivable duties and other finance processes.
  • The executive producer is the chief audio evangelist within CPR News.
  • The new role of CPR News Program Director will be focused on bringing a younger and more diverse audience to CPR News.
  • 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.
  • The Web Developer role will work with the Lead Developer to architect, develop, test, deploy, maintain and expand the technologies that power our user-centered websites (cpr.org and networked sites) and support evolving digital technologies such as mobile apps.
  • The Graphic Designer conceptualizes, designs and executes creative concepts, by hand or using computer software, to consistently and clearly communicate the company’s brand identity, positioning and messaging through all brand touch points (including print, radio, digital, email, social media, events, B2B and B2C marketing collateral, internal marketing, etc.).
  • The Morning Editor kickstarts the newsroom in the morning, identifying, assigning and implementing daily coverage for CPR News; and works with newsroom leadership to set and execute overall coverage priorities for CPR’s audience.
  • The CPR Climate/environment reporter will be part of a team of three reporters and one editor covering breaking news, enterprise and solutions stories surrounding climate, water, weather and the environment.

Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.