Broadcast Producer for The State of Things, AKA “State of Things” Producer North Carolina Public Radio WUNC-FMby GDN Shared Post October 9, 2017
BROADCAST PRODUCER FOR THE STATE OF THINGS,
AKA “STATE OF THINGS” PRODUCER
NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC RADIO WUNC-FM
North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, the public radio station licensed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is hiring a producer to join the team of its flagship daily, live talk show.
The State of Things is a host-driven show that includes interviews, news and analysis about events, issues and the arts in North Carolina. The State of Things Producer will create and produce segments for the program on a range of subjects. S/he will select and research topics, pre-interview and book guests, write scripts, and edit audio recordings. The producer will also create content for the web and social media.
The State of Things producer will report to the Managing Editor for The State of Things.
The ideal candidate will have experience working in a public radio newsroom. A bachelor’s degree and at least three years of experience as a journalist and/or radio producer is required. Preferred candidates will have experience working on a live radio program and familiarity with North Carolina’s issues.
WUNC is headquartered in the Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) of North Carolina. It’s often rated among the top areas to live in the country. The ocean and mountains are just a few hours away. North Carolina Public Radio serves more than 300,000 listeners weekly and was ranked Number 1 in the Raleigh Metro Market in January 2014. Salary and benefits are competitive.
Interested candidates must apply online at http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/127394. Candidates should be prepared to attach a current CV, cover letter, and audio sample (if available). The deadline to apply is October 13, 2017.
WUNC-FM and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.