Reporter - Breaking News Investigation Team
As a public service news organization, NPR is committed to producing ground-breaking original journalism that serves the public interest. As part of that commitment, NPR is creating a new Investigative Team specifically responsible for uncovering significant and ground-breaking stories connected to the major news events of the day. The Breaking News I-Team will use public records, data and other reporting tools in pursuit of these stories. Successful candidates will be expected to produce consequential enterprise journalism on the tightest of deadlines, working in close collaboration with NPR’s beat reporters and Member stations. The Breaking News I-Team’s work will appear across all NPR’s broadcast and digital platforms.

NPR is looking for three dynamic, ambitious investigative reporters/correspondents to launch this team. Our ideal candidates will have a background in investigative reporting, as well as preferably beat experience in one of the following areas; Washington agencies, Social Justice, Technology, Transportation Infrastructure, Consumer Affairs or Business with a focus on covering Arts and Entertainment.
16 June 2020