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Position Opening: Multi-Platform Journalist (Bilingual – Spanish/English)
Employer: Northwest Public Broadcasting
Location: Central Washington state
Reports to: News Manager
Application Deadline: May 10, 2021
Northwest Public Broadcasting – the NPR and PBS member station based at Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication – is hiring a multi-platform journalist to report on issues of importance to the Northwest region, with focus on Central Washington. Must be fluent in Spanish and English.
The journalist will live and work in the Central Washington region, at a location to be determined by the reporter and NWPB, with preference for the Yakima Valley, the Tri-Cities, Ellensburg or Wenatchee. The reporter will regularly travel throughout the region in the course of their work.
Must be a tenacious journalist with unwavering commitment to the importance of ethical, fair, accurate journalism who believes in the power of purpose of public media.
-Minimum 2 years reporting/journalism experience.
-File spot, feature and in-depth news reports across all mediums, especially radio and web.
-Represent Northwest Public Broadcasting as a journalist and staff member as needed.
-Be a voice in the region for honest, accurate, fair, ethical journalism.
-Be open to learning new and emerging technologies for news reporting and public engagement.
-Fluent in Spanish and English.
-Possess and maintain a current driver’s license and travel throughout the region in the course of your work.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, May 10, 2021
HOW TO APPLY:
Submit all required application materials and read the full job description/qualifications here at WSU.edu/jobs. Use job position R-884
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