WFYI Careers

Are you looking for hands-on experience in public broadcasting? Maybe you just want to join a team of leaders who provide learning experiences to the Central Indiana Community.

WFYI Public Media/Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Media, Inc. is an equal opportunity, affirmative-action employer.

WFYI is committed to representing the rich diversity of our community and amplifying stories that represent the experiences of all. Read more about WFYI's commitment here.

WFYI’s Commitment to Diversity:

LATEST CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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All Things Considered Host

The All Things Considered Host serves as the local voice of 90.1 WFYI Public Radio during this key drive time shift.

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Managing Editor; Side Effects Public Media

Our Managing Health Editor will lead WFYI’s Side Effects Public Media, a multi-state regional collaboration including seven public radio stations, headquartered at WFYI.

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Major and Planned Giving Officer

This position identifies, cultivates and secures new major, planned, and capital gifts for WFYI. This position also leads the engagement and stewardship of a donor portfolio to increase giving.

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News Project Manager

Full-time, Salaried, Temporary (grant funded assignment), includes benefits package.

All WFYI news teams report on the public systems meant to serve everyone -- successes, failures, inequities and efforts to mend them. Our WFYI News Project Manager ensures our health and education teams reach their goals.

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America Amplified - Project Manager

The project manager will support all aspects of the America Amplified initiative, keeping priorities on track and facilitating communication on many channels and with many people.

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America Amplified - Digital Content Editor

The digital content editor will manage daily editorial production associated with the America Amplified initiative with a primary focus on digital and social media.

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IPB News, Health Reporter

Full-time, Exempt, Temporary (a one-year, grant- and collaboratively-funded assignment with possibility for continuation)

This is a position for an experienced reporter looking to dig into an important beat through daily and enterprise multi-platform stories and opportunities to engage diverse communities across the state. We're looking for someone with strong journalism skills who wants to be an active part of a 14-person collaborative statewide team focused on finding the human stories at the heart of policy decisions.

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