Employment Opportunities

  • Produces original news reporting consistent with coverage priorities of KRCC News and CPR News; primarily responsible for news of the day (newscast), features/two-ways; and digital content in a General Assignment capacity. Works in on-call and breaking news situations. May identify, follow and report on ongoing news threads.
  • In collaboration with the Director, the Manager develops, executes and measures integrated, multi-channel donor acquisition, retention and upgrade strategies. As a member of the Membership management team, the Manager is responsible for leading and supervising the full scope of fundraising communications, working in collaboration across Membership, the organization and vendors to meet revenue goals.
  • The Community Audio Producer serves as a link between CPR listeners and audio storytellers from around Colorado. This person will work as CPR’s ambassador to artists, producers and organizations doing important work in podcasting, radio and other mediums.
  • We are hiring multiple TOC Specialists. TOC Specialists staff the Technical Operations Center where they act as primary quality control agents for CPR’s 24/7 audio services to ensure CPR’s standards.
  • Colorado Public Radio is looking for a Salesforce Product Owner who will own the Salesforce roadmap. This person will work closely with users, stakeholders and developers, understanding the needs of various departments and enhancing the functionality of Salesforce to meet overall business needs.
  • The Senior RF Engineer is an integral team leader, working in collaboration with the VP of Engineering and the Broadcast / IT Engineers to maintain all broadcast production and distribution systems across our statewide network.
  • The Justice Reporter covers a range of related stories from small town issues with big ramifications to federal court stories, criminal justice, immigration enforcement and agencies and policies. The reporter is part of a team focused on how systems (in this case criminal justice and courts) intersect with historical and modern day inequities.
  • This CPR News senior reporter will dig for trends, data, personal stories and accountability journalism that will help tell the stories of a diversity of Colorado’s communities. The reporter will search for historical and present day inequities in a variety of topics, including economics, environment, health care, policing, courts, education and quality of life.
  • The Manager of Technology Infrastructure & Support is responsible for overseeing CPR’s technology infrastructure and user support that are under the technology departments domain.
  • The Audio Projects Editor works with teams in CPR News to identify, develop and execute longform audio projects – including audio documentaries, serialized projects and News potential podcasts. In addition, the editor will spend approximately half their time as a producer for Colorado Matters, CPR’s daily public affairs show.

Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer.