Supervising Producer, Investigations Unit, NBC News

Location
New York
Posted
Feb 18, 2014
Closes
Mar 20, 2014
Contact
Davia Boyarsky
Category
Other, Television
Role
Other
Duration
Full Time

Job Purpose: As the Supervising Producer in the Investigative Unit, you will be responsible for managing the consumer investigations for the Jeff Rossen Unit.
* Generate story ideas for the Rossen Unit
* Review and write scripts
* Line edit and supervise producers and associate producers
* Work with Standards & Legal Team to ensure Editorial Standards of all segments

Basic Qualifications:
* Must have at least 8 years' editorial experience working in production
* Must be able to shoot and edit
* Must have strong journalistic writing skills, research skills, and editorial judgment
* Must have hidden camera experience
* Must have at least 5 years of consumer reporting experience
* Must have a Bachelor's degree.

Eligibility Requirements:
* Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV through nbcunicareers.com to be considered.
* Must be willing to submit to a background investigation.
* Must be 18 years or greater
* Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in United States.
* Must be willing to work overtime, nights, holidays, and weekends, often with short notice.

Desired:
* Demonstrated strong knowledge and interest in news and current events
* Strong interpersonal skills.
* Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments.
* Strong organizational skills
* Strong storytelling ability
* Knowledge of NBC News Policies and Guidelines and Practices.
* Familiarity with social media
* Self-starter

NBC News is a leading source of global news and information operating for over 75 years. Every week, NBC News provides more than 25 hours of television news programming with the top-rated NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams and Meet the Press programs as well as America's longest-running morning news program, TODAY. The network's primetime newsmagazine, Dateline provides a variety of in-depth stories week in and week out ranging from mysteries and breaking news to hidden-camera investigations and documentaries. The continuously growing online presence of NBC News, NBC News Digital Group, includes NBCNews.com, TODAY.com, MSNBC.com, iVillage, BreakingNews.com, theGrio.com, NBCLatino.com, NBCPolitics.com, EducationNation.com, NightlyNews.com, Newsvine.com, social media, apps and all of the network's digital initiatives.