WVPB is seeking applicants for a full-time multimedia reporter as part of the 2019 Report for America initiative.
The reporter will be based in Charleston, the state capital, and work under the mentorship of senior reporter Dave Mistich on the public affairs beat, including coverage of the legislative session. This reporter will work primarily in audio. Outside of the legislative session, the focus will be on the southern coalfields of West Virginia.
Qualifications: Experience with audio reporting, an interest in government or statehouse reporting.
Application Deadline: Feb. 8 at 11:59pm ET.
Start Date: June 1.
Contract Period: One year (12-months) with the possibility of a second year renewal.
To Apply: Fill out the Report for America Corps Member Application.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting is operated by the Educational Broadcasting Authority (EBA) which is the licensee of three public television stations, eleven public radio stations, and a statewide microwave interconnection system. The EBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.