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Jobs at KOSU

There is currently one full-time position available at KOSU.

KOSU water reporter Graycen Wheeler collects sound while standing in a dry pond bed at Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma City, Okla.
KOSU water reporter Graycen Wheeler collects sound while standing in a dry pond bed at Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma City, Okla.

Indigenous Affairs Reporter

KOSU seeks a multimedia journalist to work as an Indigenous Affairs Reporter. The ideal candidate will have an established portfolio of reporting on Indigenous Affairs or another beat that demonstrates an ability to tell nuanced and engaging stories.

Public radio experience is a plus but is not required. The person will be an accomplished reporter who is eager to build community around Indigenous reporting, including engagement activities.

In addition, the candidate should have experience building trusting relationships in news deserts and/or with populations of people who may have previous negative experience with traditional media.

If you are interested or want more information, please visit and apply through Oklahoma State University's jobs website.

  • (Please note: DO NOT apply on Indeed.)

Email work samples to robby@kosu.org. Please attach a resume.


Student News Intern

Summer 2023 interns Isabel Nissley (left) and Peggy Dodd (right).
Summer 2023 interns Isabel Nissley (left) and Peggy Dodd (right).

KOSU is always on the lookout for news and engagement interns.

KOSU student interns work with our news team on daily news and long-term projects, learning how to write and record news reports for radio and produce digitally-focused reports. Past interns have also worked in engagement, development and production.

Interns can attend any college and also can use the experience as internship, practicum or independent study credits.

If you are interested in a student internship, please contact newsdirector@kosu.org.


KOSU serves the state of Oklahoma with multiple radio frequencies and kosu.org. We also work with a number of state and regional news collaborations and national outlets, including NPR. We've won numerous state and national awards for our work.

Oklahoma State University, as an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. Oklahoma State University and KOSU are committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all individuals and does not discriminate based on race, religion, age, sex, color, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability or veteran status.