Employment Opportunities

  • As a representative of Colorado Public Radio and the first point of contact for many listeners and guests, the Lead Listener Services Coordinator reflects the organization’s mission and position when interacting with and responding to the community. This role bridges the gap between CPR and the greater community that it serves.
  • Colorado has lots of potential when it comes to community voices and topics for innovative stories. At Colorado Public Radio, we’ve had recent success with several projects including On Something, our podcast about marijuana legalization, which found a national audience.
  • The CPR Max Wycisk News Fellowship is a year-long paid training in every aspect of public radio journalism – developing story ideas, reporting, writing, producing and editing, for both radio, and the website and social media.
  • A member of the Data Team, the Membership Giving Specialist: Organizes, coordinates and executes donation processing and outbound stewardship communications for all forms of indirect giving (vehicle donations, agency, workplace, matching, tribute/memorial, donor advised funds, IRA, stocks). Manages agency and vendor relationships as well as comprehensive revenue and activity tracking related to indirect giving.
  • CPR is looking for a Topics Editor/Arts and Regions will generate radio features and newscast spots, and encourage innovative digital storytelling from our experienced reporters on Arts and Culture coverage, and our regional reporters in Western and Southern Colorado.
  • The CPR News Business & Economy reporter covers the impact and trends in the state spurred by business and related activities. The reporter files for news magazines, newscasts, website, and other CPR News programming, with an emphasis on in-depth coverage.

Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.