NPR and Member stations are creating an innovative system of regional newsrooms and the newest one, in the Midwest, is focused on investigative journalism.

We’re looking for an inquisitive and tenacious investigative editor to help define an editorial vision for this four-state collaboration and develop a strategy for executing it. The investigative editor will work with station news leaders, NPR and a regional investigative team to pursue impactful reporting that holds those in power accountable and reaches audiences on both broadcast and digital platforms.


Executive Editor: Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting


About Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting

WEKU is hiring a Membership Coordinator.  We are looking for someone with fundraising, membership, donor database and nonprofit experience. Come work for an organization with strong leadership that provides proper vision, expectations and guidance. We are a hard working team that values a supportive station culture that centers our efforts around public radio's mission.

Job duties:

Department: NSPR
Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt


We’re hiring a Radio Program Director to design and implement radio programming strategies that will support OPB’s journalism mission. OPB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Louisville Public Media, a dynamic and growing public media company, seeks a News Editor to lead a motivated group of reporters in a city with a competitive civic news environment. 

We’re looking for a leader who runs toward the news, who can meet the pace and chaos of the news cycle with clear direction and whose curiosity pushes them past headlines and talking points. We care as much about why news happens as how it does. We also want an editor who looks for those moments of uplift that balance the news cycle with curiosity and joy. 

North Country Public Radio, an NPR affiliate, seeks a Chief Engineer to manage and maintain our network of 34 FM facilities (2 main stations, 14 repeaters and 18 translators) as well as our studio and radio automation equipment. We serve a large geographical area of New York State including the 1000 Islands region, the Adirondack Mountains, the St. Lawrence and Champlain Valleys, and portions of Vermont, as well as southeastern Ontario and southern Quebec, Canada. The successful candidate will have a wide variety of technical skills and experiences in the broadcast engineering field and will become a valued member of a team at an award-winning station known nationally for innovation and excellence.

KCUR 89.3, NPR in Kansas City, is seeking a Political Reporter to join the Kansas News Service, a reporting collaboration of public media stations throughout Kansas. This is a chance to work with reporters on a range of statewide stories in an organization that’s becoming increasingly important in the Kansas news universe.

The reporter will cover campaigns and politics, produce in-depth reporting on the power dynamics for the news service, and play a key role in reporting on the Kansas Legislature.

KCBX Central Coast Public Radio is looking for a strong and encouraging leader to be our News Director. Join one of the most respected media outlets on California’s Central Coast. Programs from NPR, PRX, APM and more. Local staff and volunteers provide news, public affairs and music content that is broadcast in three counties. Bachelor’s degree and radio news experience required, experience in public broadcasting preferred.
Deadline: Need is immediate. Open until filled.