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The Content Manager at LOR Foundation leads storytelling and message development that helps the Foundation activate local solutions and promote LOR’s work regionally and nationally. The ideal candidate has experience across platforms and can write a compelling tweet, engage users on Facebook, or take a long-form journalistic approach to storytelling. The role requires an authentic connection to the Mountain West and an understanding of life in rural communities. The successful candidate will be persuasive and have the ability to craft a compelling and urgent narrative that helps to elevate interest and investment in communities across the Foundation’s region.
The work is fast paced, requiring agile thinking, intuition, and insight. The position is Denver-based, but we seek an individual who has the ability to travel to LOR’s local offices as needed, acting as LOR’s own reporter. We are interested in candidates that are inquisitive and can report on and find multiple story angles within the work we fund, the organizations behind them and the communities themselves. The writing we are in need of is not just a summary of the work on the ground but writing that includes the broader backdrop of what is happening in the rural Mountain West. The successful applicant will be equally comfortable developing and executing long-term strategy while also managing workflow demands that can be paced like a business startup.
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO-BOULDER – The Department of Journalism and the Center for Environmental Journalism (CEJ) in CU’s College of Media, Communication and Information are hiring two positions, to begin in the fall semester.
The scholar-in-residence will teach courses in the Department of Journalism: two courses during one semester of the academic year, and three during the other semester. In particular, the scholar-in-residence will support the teaching mission of the CEJ.
The instructor will teach three courses per semester, as assigned by the department, and will assist with the development and administration of the new CMCI sports minor. This will include mentoring students interested in sports communication, working with student media focused on sports reporting, and organizing an annual Sports Summit in the spring. The instructor will also work with master’s students in the sports track of the department’s online Master of Arts in Journalism Entrepreneurship program.
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