Sports Reporter - Part-time

Published On: Dec 19 2012 08:04:41 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 04 2013 06:35:28 PM EST

Position Title: Sports Reporter - Part-time

Date of Opening: 2012-11-30

Date Posting Expires: 2013-01-30

Company: PNS - WDIV-TV 4

FT/PT: Part Time

Location of Position: 550 West Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, Michigan

General Position Description: Sports Reporter - Part-time

Responsibilities: Must have a broad range of sports knowledge including major league sports. Must be a creative storyteller, excellent 'live' reporter, and effective on-air communicator. Some anchoring may be involved. Work may be featured in news or in programming. Note: All of the essential functions of this position are not necessarily described in this posting.

Qualifications: Minimum three years experience in television sportscasting. Prefer college degree in related area.

Comments: We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, marital status, disability, matriculation or affiliation. Any offer of employment is conditioned on successful completion of a pre-employment physical exam and drug screen, investigative background check, employment/education verifications and reference checks.

EOE/DRUG-FREE

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Contact Information:

Name or Department: Kim Voet, News Director

Address: 550 West Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, Michigan 48226

Email: kimv@wdiv.com

Telephone: 313-222-0525

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