Medical Minute Reporter

KSFY is looking for a reporter to produce our Medical Minute segment. We want someone who can connect with the community and understands quality storytelling.

The ideal candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. The ability to work under a deadline is a must.

This position requires a great deal of planning and coordination with media relations personnel. Researching skills are also useful. You will be responsible for writing, voicing and editing at least three stories a week for television and internet.

Additional health news reporting and general assignment news reporting will also be expected. A background in medical news or a strong interest is a plus.

You should also be skilled in social media and online news production. Time management skills are a must.

The ideal candidate must be able to work a variety of hours to complete assigned stories. The position also requires frequent travel, up to six hours round trip. You must be able to carry 35 to 45 pounds of equipment. A valid driver’s license as well as a safe driving record is necessary.

This person reports directly to the news director.

Bachelors Degree in Communications, Journalism, English or related field of study required.

To apply, go to: www.gray.tv/applynow

If you don’t have electronic access, please mail your resume and video samples of your work to:
Kevin King
News Director
KSFY News
325 S. 1st Avenue, Suite 100
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Or email material to kking@ksfy.com

No phone calls please

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