Student Reporting Labs Producer
The PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs program connects middle and high school students to local stations and news professionals in their community to produce original, student-generated video reports on important national topics.
We’re looking for a creative, tech-savvy and problem-solving web producer to build multimedia presentations of the students’ work. The producer will help teachers format and process student videos, publish our Tumblr and social media platforms and edit videos for the NewsHour website and broadcast. Applicants must be team players who have a passion for education and storytelling.
Duties include, but are not limited to: writing features that come out of the Labs’ work; editing video; experimenting with new publishing platforms; designing layouts for special features; identifying and nurturing partnerships; coordinating content with the general site and broadcast. This is a grant-funded position through August 2015. Funding beyond that time is expected, but guaranteed.
QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated professional-level writing, web production and project management skills required. Must be highly organized, a stickler for perfect grammar, and comfortable with Final Cut Pro or other video editing software. Experience in WordPress production and development are huge pluses.
MINIMUM STARTING SALARY: $34,300
CONTACT: Interested parties should email a resume, cover letter and list of at least three references to Leah Clapman: lclapman [at] newshour [dot] org