Broadcast Journalist – Swansea Sound & The Wave
A full-time digital job at Swansea Sound & The Wave in Swansea
Posted 13 March 2019, 10.43am edt
Broadcast Journalist – Swansea Sound & The Wave Location: Swansea What we’re looking for-:
An experienced multi-media journalist with a passion for radio and online content creation.
You will be based in our studios in Swansea, but will be expected to cover stories from across the South West Wales region and beyond.
It’s a challenging role that will involve finding and developing stories in our local communities, working to tight deadlines and responding to breaking news.
You will be working with a talented group of people who really care about what they do. We are an award winning news team picking up the IRN Campaigning Journalism Award in 2018 and named Wireless News Team of the Year 2018.
You will need:
- NCBTJ qualification
- A full driving licence
- Great voice and writing skills
- Good working knowledge of media law
- Experience of working on a busy news desk - both reading bulletins and reporting
- Ability to create engaging online content and social media posts
- Knowledge of Welsh related issues – ability to pronounce Welsh place names
We offer a competitive salary and the chance to take your journalism career to the next level in an exciting and diverse local radio environment.
Apply by sending us a copy of your CV, a bulletin demo and statement, telling us why you should be part of our team
Please note, only applications that include a demo will be considered
The Company is an equal opportunities employer and wholeheartedly supports the principle of equal opportunities for all its employees and for all applicants for employment. It opposes all forms of discrimination in the workplace
We are a diverse and team so want to maximise every individual’s potential to create a productive environment where everyone feels valued, and where talents are fully recognised and utilised.
This means affording equal access to any employment opportunities within the Company according to your ability, without prejudice or discrimination by reason of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, belief, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, disability or age.