Technology Reporter

Dow Jones seeks a Technology Reporter in New York for its new careers website, FINS.com, to focus on writing about careers, people, and news in the technology industry. This individual will be expected to break news on employment trends, people moves and hiring among the largest technology companies, including Google, Facebook, Apple, IBM, etc. He/she will also be expected to cover opportunities for employment among technology startups and be responsible for a daily column. A minimum of three years business reporting experience is preferred. The successful applicant will be energetic, imaginative, deeply interested in technology business news and trends and capable of building sources on a beat. Familiarity with Web publishing systems and social media tools a must.

Qualifications:
-Bachelors degree or equivalent experience
-Minimum of three years of business reporting experience
-Experience in a fast-paced, news-driven environment
-Comfort working in a Web environment

Careers Reporter

Dow Jones seeks a Reporter in New York for its new careers website to focus on writing about careers, people, and industry news. This individual will be expected to break news on employment trends, people moves and hiring among large companies. He/she will also be expected to cover opportunities for employment among smaller companies and be responsible for a daily column. A minimum of two years business reporting experience is preferred. The successful applicant will be energetic, imaginative, deeply interested in news and trends and capable of building sources on a beat. Familiarity with Web publishing systems and social media tools a must.

Qualifications:
-Bachelors degree or equivalent experience
-Minimum of two years of business reporting experience
-Experience in a fast-paced, news-driven environment
-Comfort working in a Web environment

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, SOUNDCHECK

Soundcheck, hosted by John Schaefer, is WNYC’s daily talk show about music. Covering all musical genres, Soundcheck celebrates the musical passions of performers, composers, and critics as well as the public radio audience. Listeners enjoy intimate conversations with and live performances by leading artists from New York and around the globe. The show also strives to bring listeners up to date on the latest music industry news, trends and ideas, and it offers listeners a voice with frequent call-in segments.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Propose ideas to Senior Producer and team for both idea-driven segments and artist interviews.
• Assist with booking guests for programs on a daily basis
• Contribute to background research as assigned and provide host with appropriate, thorough and accurate support material for broadcast
• Write accurate, clear and lively scripts for host
• Timely meet all project deadlines to ensure smooth workflow
• Edit and prepare audio for broadcast using Pro Tools and DAVID software
• Assist with directing daily program as needed, produce rundown for host and operations staff, screen calls and questions
• Work with digital media department to develop online program content that complements and expands the reach of the regular daily on-air radio program; write corresponding web copy as needed
• Comply with New York Public Radio and show policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods; requires ability to work extended hours as needed
• Work on special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree required
• Minimum of three years journalism experience, preferably in public radio or new media
• Experience in producing daily news or talk content required
• Extensive research skills required
• Demonstrated ability to write creative, clear, accurate copy on tight deadlines
• Ability to be flexible and maintain high journalistic standards under deadline pressure, including standards of objectivity, balance and fairness
• Deep knowledge of multiple musical genres and broad knowledge of the arts required
• Demonstrated familiarity and knowledge about current events, news, history, geography and civic issues of New York City and its vicinity
• Digital audio editing experience; Pro Tools and DAVID required
• Ability to coordinate program team's calendar and work flow
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other programming staff, executives at New York Public Radio, colleagues, sources and guests
• Ability to establish and sustain a wide variety of community and industry relationships that are essential to the show's success
• Team player and effective collaborator
• Experience working with live-audience programs preferred
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between New York Public Radio and AFTRA.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply:

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with “Assoc Prod, Soundcheck” and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested in order to consider your candidacy.

Qualified candidates only please. No calls, no third-party submissions.

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are able to respond only to the candidates selected for interview. We appreciate your interest in employment with New York Public Radio.

New York Public Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites and encourages qualified applicants from all walks of life.

General Assignment Reporter, WNYC.ORG

At the direction of the WNYC.org Editor, the General Assignment Reporter is responsible for reporting and producing content on the WNYC.org web site.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Produce content for the WNYC site as assigned, including reporting and writing articles and blog posts, formatting articles and blog posts, building slideshows and transcribing audio stories
• Produce complimentary web reporting for stories being developed by the WNYC newsroom staff for air
• Pitch and execute original, web-exclusive content, including original reporting and research and aggregation from other news sources with a focus on local, regional and national news presented with a New York perspective and highlighting topics that are driving the daily “New York Conversation.”
• Attend digital team and newsroom editorial meetings
• Comply with all New York Public Radio and department policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Ability to work extended hours as needed
• Other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree, required
• 5 years experience in reporting required
• Excellent news writing, reporting and copy editing, required
• Impeccable journalistic integrity and editorial judgment, required
• Professional experience in Internet/New Media production, required
• Familiarity with social media tools and crowd sourcing
• Familiarity with Internet production software, required
• Graphics production and image optimization, preferred
• Experience working with content management systems, required
• Willingness and ability to learn new skills and concepts as necessary, required
• Proven ability to meet deadlines
• Ability to manage several projects concurrently
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other digital media staff, executives at New York Public Radio and colleagues
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply:

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with “GA Reporter” and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested in order to consider your candidacy.

Qualified candidates only please. No calls, no third-party submissions.

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are able to respond only to the candidates selected for interview. We appreciate your interest in employment with New York Public Radio.

New York Public Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites and encourages qualified applicants from all walks of life.

General Assignment Editor, WNYC.org

The General Assignment Editor, at the direction of the Managing Editor, supports the strategic content goals for the WNYC Web site, developing and curating content with a focus on local, regional and national news presented with a New York perspective and highlighting topics that are driving the daily “New York Conversation.”

S/he coordinates activities with the WNYC newsroom and WNYC-produced local and national shows, continues the evolution, development and placement of coverage online, executes the goal for diverse voices and perspectives on the site and works as part of a talented editorial team on the daily execution of online content.

The General Assignment Editor is responsible for delivering content that is viable, sustainable and meets the mission and goals of WNYC and the promise to readers and listeners. S/he will be part of the effort to make Web coverage a necessary and transformative daily experience as part of the most inclusive gathering place in news media.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Manage WNYC.org's daily updates, including overseeing the creation of original web content, text editing and programming content for the WNYC site, including articles, blog posts and other content
• Work with WNYC staff and hosts to create online buildouts for on-air features
• Develop web-exclusive content including web-exclusive stories, tools and polls
• Help to define and grow the WNYC.org audience
• Maintain awareness of industry trends and competitive landscape, including design, content, user interface, social media, information architecture of public broadcasting and other media and news and information Web sites
• Comply with all New York Public Radio and department policies and guidelines
• This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office and/or broadcast equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods
• Ability to work extended hours as needed, including some evenings and weekends, and may be required to be on-call at times
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree required
• Minimum of 5 years print or online broadcast Journalism experience required
• 3 plus years experience in Internet/New Media production preferred
• News writing, reporting and copy editing, required
• Impeccable journalistic integrity and editorial judgment, required
• Ability to develop a comprehensive vision and lead others toward it, required
• Strong web production skills: including HTML and familiarity with digital content management systems, required
• Graphics Production, Image Optimization, required
• Familiarity with Internet production software: Photoshop, etc., required
• Interactive Media production: Flash, Audio, Streaming Media, preferred
• Willingness and ability to learn new skills and concepts as necessary, preferred
• Proven ability to meet deadlines, ability to pay attention to detail, required
• Ability to manage several projects concurrently, build timelines, produce task lists and write technical requirements, required
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds
• Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other digital media staff, executives at New York Public Radio and colleagues

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To Apply:

To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, salary requirements and resume online to jobs@wnyc.org with “GA Editor” and your last name in the subject line.

New York Public Radio must receive all information requested in order to consider your candidacy.

Qualified candidates only please. No calls, no third-party submissions.

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are able to respond only to the candidates selected for interview. We appreciate your interest in employment with New York Public Radio.

New York Public Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites and encourages qualified applicants from all walks of life.

Reporter-Equity Capital Markets

NEW00001931 — Reporter/Senior Reporter-Equity Capital Markets
Overview:
International Financing Review is the world's leading source of capital markets intelligence and has been for over 30 years.
Equity Capital Markets is a key area of coverage for IFR and across IFR-branded products globally, with a relevant presence in every region of the world.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated reporter to assist with coverage of the US and Canadian equity and equity-linked markets out of our New York office. Coverage responsibilities may also extend to relevant markets across the Latin America region.
The reporter will write features and break news for IFR, the weekly magazine, and assist in the growth of our daily coverage. The reporter needs to be able to manage workflow across the relevant products and be able to write insightful articles to tight deadlines on a daily and weekly basis.
The reporter needs to be comfortable conducting research from primary sources of information (SEC Edgar filings, sell-side research) and tie in implications of equity raise.
Candidate needs to be a self-starter with desire to develop contacts with an eye toward breaking stories. Reporter must be comfortable talking to senior bankers in capital markets and investment banking.
The candidate needs to be able to work well as part of a small team and leverage contacts to ensure IFR remains ahead of the competition.

Responsibilities:
Develop timely features and news articles for IFR's weekly magazine and produce daily news updates for the website and daily newsletter. Contribute feature articles to special reports as and when required.
Contribute news stories across all the main asset classes, including IPOs, secondary sales and convertible bonds.
Develop good contacts across banking, trading, investment management, corporate officials and other relevant industry specialists such as exchanges, regulators and brokers.
Provide expertise to articles in other asset classes as and when required.
Work closely with New York-based team on weekly and daily news planning.
Education:
Degree level, with a preference toward business degree

Required Skills:
Experience covering financial markets
Journalism experience
Good team skills
Strong writing skills
Good news judgment
Track record of breaking news stories
Good interpersonal skills
Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with senior contacts

Desired Skills:
Previous experience writing about equity markets
Three years financial journalism experience
Good understanding of current issues impacting the needs of corporations to fund in the current environment

Radio Associate Producer - The Callie Crossley Show

Department Overview:
WGBH Radio's news department seeks to inform, educate and enlighten our audience on both the news of the day and the news in historical context through in-depth, high quality radio journalism using the best tools and methods of the craft. WGBH news seeks always to report on and facilitate discussion of the news with integrity, fairness, balance, accuracy and civility, WGBH news also seeks to tell the stories of and allow expression of the diversity of voices that make up our entire community.

Position Overview:
The Associate Producer is responsible for working with host and producer to produce WGBH's daily public affairs show, The Callie Crossley Show. Make story pitches and develop those pitches for broadcast. Select, contact, and schedule program guests. Gather background materials for host. Update web content. Gather and edit audio material for program for air and Web. Screen callers for live broadcast. As needed, the producer will perform all necessary tasks as director during the broadcast, including, cuing host, cuing engineer, greeting and preparation of program guests and coordination with technical help. Perform all administrative duties as assigned. Book segment, pre-interview guests, follow through on story development from a pitch to the actual radio conversation. Responsible for supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace and interacting in a way that is free from discrimination, intolerance or harassment.

Requirements Overview:
A Bachelor's degree is required. Must have at least 3 years of radio and broadcast journalism experience, preferably on public broadcasting. A live daily show experience is essential. Must be a self-starter and able to work collaboratively with a small staff. Must have excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, general knowledge of this region and news talk programming and ability to plan in advance. Proven ability for story pitches and development skills as well as ability to manage many tasks simultaneously is required. Expected to be interested in a wide range of areas beyond current events, including arts, culture, film, history, science and public policy. Digital editing experience is desirable.

Editor

The Editor will be responsible for writing 15 posts each week and working daily with the managing editor on the content schedule. This individual should be ready to cover a fast-paced industry and be willing to work at odd hours in order to write a story, cover an event, or attend a party (we occasionally throw our own parties, too).

See full posting: http://spne.ws/940

Director of Digital Content, WQXR

WQXR is seeking a Director of Digital Content to lead efforts that build the foundation for long-term growth of WQXR as the leading multi-platform digital content provider for classical music content. Incumbent will create a framework to manage the highest level of content distributed through WQXR’s website, fully integrate WQXR brand and content across all digital platforms, including station/show websites, new broadband content, podcasting, satellite radio, internet radio, HD radio, and mobile casting. Partner with key stakeholders on business development in exploration and negotiation for web and mobile activity and work with Development Department to raise philanthropic funds. The position reports to the Vice President of WQXR.

The WQXR Director of Digital Content will work in close partnership with the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) for New York Public Radio to coordinate all WQXR strategy and implementation into the broadest goals for NYPR. Specific partnerships will include, but are not limited to, external business-to-business relationships, new product development, user experience, community building and strategy. In key areas below, where (VP/CDO) is listed, these tasks will be coordinated very closely with VP, WQXR and CDO

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

CONTENT
• Manage all content on wqxr.org, ensuring the highest of artistic and editorial standards, relevance and timeliness
• Maintain WQXR digital resources and content taking full advantage of the highest technical standards for security and user functionality (VP/CDO)
• Create distinctive digital cross-platform content , harnessing the full resources of WQXR’s host talent, and other talent within NYPR
• Position WQXR as a primary social media venue and destination within the classical music world, building a large and active on-line community via current social media sites and ready WQXR for new social media venues as they become viable
• Set the most appropriate tone, aesthetic and voice for wqxr.org and all other digital resources.
• For all digital strategies and projects, lead efforts to increase audience loyalty and drive higher traffic to platform, user interface or mobile application (VP/CDO)
• Act as primary advocate for all digital initiatives for WQXR (VP/CDO)
• Manage wqxr.org’s daily updates, including overseeing the creation of WQXR original web content, text editing, and programming content for the WQXR site, including articles, blog posts and other content relating to classical music
• Oversee and expand WQXR’s social media presence (VP/CDO)
• Syndicate online content for WQXR, where appropriate
• Work to create and implement websites and other digital offerings for new WQXR Radio program launches
• Develop programs to support membership and underwriting initiatives, in conjunction with NYPR’s membership and underwriting departments
• Develop networking channels by fostering relationships within the media, convergence and cultural communities

STRATEGY AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
• Initiate and organize strategic planning for WQXR’s digital initiatives. (VP/CDO)
• Focus on company-level and multi-platform relationships with New York Public Radio (NYPR) and beyond.
• Initiate and manage innovative cross-marketing relationships with entities that have access to WQXR’s audience; leverage WQXR’s content to get exposure to partners’ markets. (VP/CDO)
• Create earned revenue opportunities for digital products and projects. (VP/CDO)
• Work with CDO to manage appropriate B2B partnerships, technology development and other compatible relationships outside of WQXR. (VP/CDO)
• Liaise with NPR, PRI, CPB, APM and other public media outlets on digital initiatives for WQXR. (VP/CDO)

TECHNOLOGY
• Keep abreast of new technologies and business models to be able to evaluate their relevance to WQXR’s vision, and integration within the NYPR family.
• Maintain awareness of industry trends and competitive landscape: design, content, user interfaces, social media, information architecture of Public Broadcasting and other Media and News and Information websites.

MANAGEMENT
• Direct, supervise and coach the wqxr.org content staff. Develop a diverse and high-quality staff that is well prepared to meet the ongoing challenges of a first-rate institution and content.
• Lead a workplace characterized by mutual respect and open discussion in which all strive for excellence and innovation.
• Work as an integral part of WQXR’s management team and assume a leadership position within NYPR, throughout the public radio community, and with the media community in New York and nationally in the advancement of WQXR’s goals.
• Build and develop effective relationships with NYPR’s CDO, directors and staff and manage interdepartmental projects as assigned.
• Bring multiple perspectives to work aimed at distinct and diverse audiences.
• Successfully manage within the established budget as developed by you and approved by the VP of WQXR.
• Develop and implement clear roles, job descriptions, work flows, processes and staffing levels/structure and schedules to optimize resources and produce the best work.
• Set clear and effective department and individual goals; complete and submit annual goals; provide timely and effective reviews of staff performance.
• Foster an environment of cohesiveness and collaboration with colleagues across all NYPR departments and with the show partners.
• Comply with and administer WQXR and NYPR policies and procedures.
• All other job duties as may be assigned from time to time.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS
• Chief Digital Officer, NYPR
• WQXR’s Senior Team: Program Director and Executive Producer
• WQXR On-Air talent
• Development
• Underwriting
• Marketing

Qualifications:

• 5-8 years experience in creating and managing digital content to the highest standards.
• Significant knowledge of and appreciation for classical music and related art forms.
• Active knowledge of the New York classical music landscape, both for traditional classical cannon and contemporary music.
• Demonstrated track record of growing audience, traffic and community on digital platforms.
• Demonstrated success leading projects from concept through execution.
• Must be a self-starter, highly organized, and able to work with enthusiasm and effectiveness at all levels of the organization.
• Demonstrated portfolio of business development success preferred.
• Experienced manager of financial, operational and creative elements of projects required.
• Proven technical expertise required.
• The intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively with the senior leadership team, colleagues, staff and external partners and provide motivation at all levels of an organization.
• Proven ability to build a cohesive, high-performing staff and work teams and to develop the skills and nurture growth of staff members.
• Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds.
• Bachelor’s degree required.

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Communications and Production Manager, RADIOLAB

For more information about the shows visit: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolab.

ABOUT THE POSITION:
Radiolab seeks a communications and production manager to join a tremendously creative staff that serves a passionate, diverse audience and produces an unparalleled product.

Reporting to the senior producer of Radiolab, the communications and production manager will be a vital part of the Radiolab management team. The communications and production manger must have an ability to keep many balls in the air at once, and balance a complex workload. An ability to communicate with a range of audiences (listeners, stations, press, funders, new audiences, etc.) in a manner that is not only clear but conveys creativity and passion for Radiolab which ignites interest is essential. Attention to detail and thoroughness is a must, as this position will play an essential role in the technical distribution of the content. This position also plays a critical role in the editorial process, leading the front-end research, acting as a content ambassador and liaison with science advisors and contributors, and performing final fact checking editorial functions. The successful candidate will be a formidable project manager, an excellent writer with a keen understanding of the Radiolab voice, an excellent researcher who demonstrates fearlessness in pursuit of information. As a critical lynchpin in the Radiolab editorial team, this person must earn the editorial trust of the hosts and senior producer. The ability to work in a tightly-knit team and to indentify and prioritize the day- to-day operational support required to meet the program’s longer term audience goals are required. The position involves extensive communication with other staff members, and possibly staff supervision, as needed to back up the Senior Producer.

We anticipate that this position is 30% external/audience communications, 30% distribution/logistics and production management/analysis, 30% editorial work and 10% administration.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
 Establishing and driving the strategic plan for online content, and working with the Radiolab production team to execute and evaluate this plan
 Acting as editor (assigning and overseeing other Radiolab staff and interns) and writer for audience communication tools, such as newsletter, facebook, twitter
 Conduct periodic analysis of performance of online efforts, developing tools and metrics to manage not only the production of content but the engagement of the audience
 Writing compelling detailed copy to support fundraising efforts, including but not limited to broadcast fundraising campaigns (local and national), direct-to-listener support appeals (in podcast, newsletter, and on website and social media), and working with the development department on grant proposals and reports
 Keep in close contact with show contributors and advisors to solicit stories, vet stories ideas/information
 Conduct story research at the front end of the production process
 Perform fact-check and QA on the final drafts of show content
 Execute/manage show distribution process, overseeing interns and production assistants to upload, deliver and archive content
 From time to time, produce stories or assist in production as needed (which can include field recording, booking guests and arranging logistics such as tape syncs)
 Assist the editor in show-related activities to meet deadlines
 Live event promotion and logistics management
 Comply with New York Public Radio and show policies and guidelines
 This position requires use of a computer, telephone and other office equipment; ability to communicate effectively through a variety of methods; requires ability to work extended hours/overtime as needed, including some evenings and weekends
 Must be able to work remotely on occasion
 Work on other special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

 Three years journalism, print and/or broadcast experience required
 Project management experience required
 Demonstrated ability to manage and form teams, or oversee the quality of output from a group
 Ability to prioritize and handle several projects at once required
 Sound organizational skills, with great attention to detail required
 Staff supervision, particularly in an editorial context, experience suggested
 Experience working with sound recordings; musical and digital audio editing experience preferred
 Previous radio production experience required
 Ability to meet objectives under deadline pressure required
 Requires ability to work in a group environment, and to take direction well
 Requires the intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills to work effectively and/or interact with other programming staff, executives at New York Public Radio, colleagues, sources and guests
 Excellent communication skills—both oral and written—with an impressive reputation for building and maintaining relationships with people at all levels of an organization, across a diverse range of cultural, generational, ethnic, racial, educational and social backgrounds

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.