ResponsibilitiesThe Executive Producer leads the I-Team reporters, producers and photographers.
The Investigative Executive Producer must be a dynamic leader who can motivate a skilled team of reporters, producers and photographers. The EP manages the day-to-day news that demands an investigative angle as well as work the “big-get exclusives” and long-term projects.
The EP works with the Assistant News Director & News Director and leads the I-Team’s editorial content, branding and production. The position also works closely with the Digital lead to make sure the I-Team’s stories are seen across multiple platforms.
Collaborates with other newsroom managers, and all divisions of NBC News for special events planning as well as day-to-day coverage.
Works with all facets of the organization, including production, IT and engineering and the newsroom as a whole to ensure the most accurate and compelling local coverage.
Responsible for scheduling the I-Team’s production on a day-to-day and monthly basis.
Must work closely with WNBC Standards & Legal on investigative approaches and story approval process.
Manages the I-Team tip line and assigns accordingly.
Responsible for tracking coverage-related costs and ensuring fiscal responsibility in the news division.
Works closely with Creative Services to craft promotions that attract a wide audience.
Must embrace a fast-paced, highly-graphic, visual storytelling process.
Must have experience with computer-assisted reporting.
Qualification / Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism or equivalent experience.
Demonstrated experience in writing, producing and desktop editing.
Demonstrated Leadership and Management of a news team.
Strong editorial judgment as well as the ability to respond and make decisions in a breaking news situation for coverage across multiple platforms.
Experience in script approval, with strong editorial judgment.
Proven Team Player.
Ability to multitask and work with changing priorities.
Impeccable communications abilities with both internal and external constituents.
Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV online to be considered for the position.
Must be willing to work in New York.
Must be willing to submit to a background investigation.
Must be 18 years or older.
NBCUniversal prefers that applicants have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States.
Must be covered by Solutions, NBCU's Alternative Dispute Resolution Program.
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