KUNM

KUNM Is Hiring 2 Student Reporters

Aug 4, 2017

KUNM is looking for a 2 news interns who are driven and bring eagerness, an attention to detail, and a joy for telling stories to their work. Ours is a professional newsroom and we have a preference for investigative and enterprise journalism. This is a great opportunity to serve KUNM's listening audience of about 100,000 across northern and central New Mexico and to work with our award-winning reporters in the state's largest public media newsroom.​​

Applicants must apply online to the UNMJobs website. Applications through third-party websites will not be considered. For further information or assistance with the UNMJobs website please call (505) 277-6947. Student positions are not eligible for benefits. 

General Assignment Reporter - $10.00/hr

Position summary: You'll p​itch, write, edit and produce radio news stories for broadcast on KUNM radio and​ ​publication on KUNM.org.​ ​​You'll p​erform interviews in person and/or by phone​ in studio and on location​. ​You'll have some m​iscellaneous duties as assigned.  You'll w​ork under supervision of KUNM news staff. ​

10 - 20 hours per week.

Minimum qualifications: One year of communication, journalism, or related undergraduate coursework. 

Preferred qualifications: Familiarity with journalism practice, standards and ethics. Familiarity with public radio reporting style and format. 

Application instructions: To be considered, applicants MUST submit a resume, a cover letter and links or files for 3 writing, video and/or audio samples. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Special Projects Reporter - $10.00/hr

Position summary: You'll p​itch, write, edit and produce radio news stories for broadcast on KUNM radio and​ ​publication on KUNM.org.​ ​​You'll p​erform interviews in person and/or by phone​ in studio and on location​. ​Special project beats may include education and the state legislature. You'll have some m​iscellaneous duties as assigned.  You'll w​ork under supervision of KUNM news staff. ​

10 - 20 hours per week.

Minimum qualifications: One year of communication, journalism, or related undergraduate coursework. 

Preferred qualifications: Familiarity with journalism practice, standards and ethics. Familiarity with public radio reporting style and format. Familiarity or an interest in New Mexico education systems and issues affecting students, teachers, families and administrators. Familiarity or an interest in the New Mexico State Legislature and covering state politics.

Application instructions: To be considered, applicants MUST submit a resume, a cover letter and links or files for 3 writing, video and/or audio samples. Incomplete applications will not be considered.