Wisconsin Public Radio is looking for a Special Projects Reporter who loves data and public records and is comfortable working on stories that can take weeks or months to complete. You must be curious, ambitious and willing to serve as a mentor to early career journalists. As a member of WPR’s Madison newsroom, this reporter will also cover breaking news as needed.
Requires: 4 year degree or equivalent; 2 year Full Time experience in journalism with strong on-air skills; Proven history of producing high impact and/or original news reports; interpersonal, collaboration, and communication skills that actively support a productive, respectful work environment; ability to operate a computer, control board, audio recorders and digital audio production software, and more…
Details and application instructions can be found here: http://www.wpr.org/special-projects-reporter .
Questions may be directed to Noah Ovshinsky, Noah.email@example.com, 263-6570.