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The Washington Investigations Correspondent works at the heart of NPR’s public service mission, holding powerful people and institutions accountable. With the help and resources of the network’s Investigations Team, the Washington Investigations Correspondent will develop sources and mine public records and disclosure reports in search of conflicts or corruption in public life. This work must be sophisticated not only in its depth and complexity but also in the quality of its storytelling on all platforms to include live radio, podcasting and social media.
EDUCATION: Minimum education experience, required or preferred. (Ex: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in work experience)
Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and/or equivalent years of work experience reporting.
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