Montana PBS has staff located at offices at Montana State University in Bozeman and the University of Montana in Missoula. In addition to our full time staff, both organizations occasionally have full-time, part-time, work study and internship opportunities available.
Current Opportunities at KUSM-TV in Bozeman:
(for more information, call 406-994-3437)
News & Public Affairs Producer
This position produces news and public affairs programs for distribution on multiple Montana PBS platforms. Under the direction of the Montana PBS News Director, and working cooperatively with the News and Public Affairs production team, this position will research, write and produce programs addressing current and cultural events, politics, the environment, economic, social and community issues across the state.
The full-time Production Manager provides departmental leadership and technical expertise in studio and field television productions. The Production Manager assists with oversight of broadcast, promotion, and production services staff as well as KUSM-TV production facilities and equipment. The Production Manager will collaborate with award winning producers and create original, high quality, video content that furthers the educational and public service mission of Montana PBS.
Director of Technology
This senior-level Director develops and implements the strategic technology plan for Montana’s statewide public television service. The Director of Technology provides leadership to the station’s Engineering staff and manages the broadcast and information systems necessary to bring educational and entertaining programs to Montana PBS viewers.
Current Opportunities at KUFM-TV in Missoula:
(for more information, call 406-243-4101)
No open positions at this time.
Current Opportunities at MPAN in Helena:
(for more information, call 406-444-4828)
Title: MPAN Producer/Camera Operator – Legislative Session
Employer: Montana Public Affairs Network (MPAN)/Montana PBS
Montana PBS contracts with the Legislative Services Division to operate and produce live television programming for the state broadcasting service, known as MPAN (Montana Public Affairs Network.) Montana PBS is hiring producers/camera operators for the 2023 Montana Legislature. This is a temporary position that will be scheduled based on the needs of the legislative session broadcasting calendar. Work schedules will vary, but full time and part time schedules are available. Training will be provided. Work will begin in late December 2022 (as availability allows) and conclude on or around May 1, 2023.
Will produce video of unedited, gavel-to-gavel coverage of proceedings of 2023 Montana Legislature and associated events, to air on the state broadcasting network, MPAN (Montana Public Affairs Network.) Produced broadcasts will stream online, air on MPAN television channel, and will be recorded for long term historical archives.
Download full position description here.
To apply for this position:
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
K’Lynn Sloan Harris
EEO Public File Reports
Montana PBS and our parent organizations are ADA/EEO/AA employers. Annual EEO Public File Reports for KUSM and KUFM are available below:
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