Below are current career opportunities at The Public's Radio. Scroll down for details.

Our EEO report is at the bottom of the page.

Open Positions

Marketing and Engagement Manager

New position! Reporting to the chief progress officer, the marketing and engagement manager develops and implements strategies to increase awareness, engagement and revenue. This person will craft, implement and manage strategic, multi-platform initiatives, develop and deploy community engagement strategies for both journalistic endeavors and donor cultivation, and work to raise our brand identity in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. Learn more and see a full job description here.

Corporate Support Representative

The Public’s Radio is seeking a dynamic, motivated media sales representative to join our team! Reporting to the director of corporate support, the corporate support representative is responsible for helping achieve station sponsorship goals through his or her own direct sales. This position is part of a collaborative team helping to further The Public’s Radio’s mission in Rhode Island and Southern MA. The idea candidate is a natural networker plugged into the vibrant local market, with strong relationship selling skills to develop win-win solutions for our clients. Our business partners support The Public’s Radio because of a shared belief in the value of our programming and mission, and an understanding that their support can help them reach potential customers and clients. 

Click here for a full job description and how to apply.


Daily Editor

The Public’s Radio seeks a Daily Editor for its growing news department. If you’re passionate about journalism, eager to try new approaches to daily story-telling across platforms, we invite you to think about joining us at The Public’s Radio.

We are a small, but growing shop, serving Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. In the last three years, we’ve added three regional bureaus, an investigative desk and a science and environment reporter to our mix. And we plan to continue to grow in the coming years as we plan for stronger local broadcast and digital content at The Public’s Radio. But we will never replace the vastly declining sources of local news and we don’t aspire to do that. We take a strategic and creative approach to daily news coverage, looking for new ways to tell stories through broadcast and digital channels, prioritizing the stories our journalists are following in a more longitudinal way. That said, when news breaks, whether it’s a hurricane or a major social justice protest, we cover it, with accurate, timely reporting. In fact, our breaking news coverage in 2020 was recognized with both PMJA and regional Murrow awards.

The Daily Editor will work closely with the editorial team at The Public’s Radio, assigning and editing daily stories, 2-ways and short turnaround features for broadcast and web. The Daily Editor will be part of the planning process for our future journalism initiatives. The daily editor reports to the Chief Content Officer/Managing Editor. This is a full-time position with benefits.

We’re looking for someone who:

  • Has a passion for finding enterprise stories in the news
  • Has experience editing both broadcast and digital stories
  • Has demonstrated excellence in conceptualizing stories, guiding reporting and writing.
  • Has experience training and editing journalists
  • Values working collaboratively with reporters of different backgrounds and skill sets.

The ideal candidate has:

  • 2-3 years of journalism experience, including a minimum of 1 year as an editor.  
  • Knowledge of issues important to Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts
  • A keen sense of the elements of a good story
  • Demonstrated digital skills, including some familiarity with data visualization and photography
  • Demonstrated audio editing skills, preferably with use of Adobe Audition
  • Experience managing reporters, interns.
  • Fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese 
  • College degree or equivalent experience

Job Duties include:

  • Daily assignments
  • Daily edits for broadcast and web
  • Writing The Daily Catch, our email newsletter
  • Scheduling host interviews
  • Production, including audio editing, mixing, as needed
  • Management of The Public’s Radio intern program, including training and mentoring
  • Working with CCO and Investigative Editor on assignments and story coordination 
  • Participating in on-air fund-raising, as appropriate.
  • Working with our community engagement team to plan events and expand our community outreach.
  • Other duties as determined by the Chief Content Officer.

The Public’s Radio is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) provider, committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We especially encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply. The Public’s Radio is a non-profit public media organization serving Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.  

Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to with the subject line of Daily Editor.  No phone calls, please. Position open until filled. Salary commensurate with experience.


We are an equal opportunity provider

The Public's Radio does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, ethnicity, gender, age, marital status, disability, medical condition, or sexual orientation. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

In accordance with FCC guidelines, The Public's Radio is required to provide notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations involved in assisting job seekers upon request by such organization. As a public service, The Public's Radio Human Resources office will provide notification of jobs to interested organizations. To request notification, write:

The Public's Radio

1 Union Station

Providence, RI 02903

See our 2021 EEO report here.

Diversity at The Public's Radio

The Public's Radio is committed to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion to maintain a fair, unbiased work environment and to enhance its ability to effectively serve the public. Click here to see our full diversity statement.