Weekend Meteorologist

Dakota News Now is looking for a full-time weekend meteorologist to join its weather team. Come work in our, state-of-the-art studio and newsroom in downtown Sioux Falls!

We’re looking for someone who is passionate about weather. The ideal candidate must have advanced forecasting skills and the ability to present the weather in a factual, memorable, and lively fashion. Someone who can handle severe weather situations on the air is a must. This person is also the fill-in for both the morning and evening meteorologists. The candidate will also do some weather producing work as well.

In addition, candidates may also be required to report occasionally. You will be responsible for shooting, writing, voicing and editing stories for television. Live reports will also be expected. The ideal candidate must be able to work odd hours to complete assigned stories and cover breaking news. Time management skills are key. You should also be skilled in social media and online news production. You must be able to carry 35 to 45 pounds of equipment. A valid driver’s license as well as a safe driving record is necessary.

Bachelor of Science in Meteorology or a related field is required. On-air experience is preferred, but we are willing to train the right candidate.

This position reports directly to the news director.

To apply, go to: www.gray.tv/applynow

If you don’t have electronic access, please mail your resume and video samples of your work to:
Kevin King
News Director
Dakota News Now
325 S. 1st Avenue, Suite 100
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Or email material to kevin.king@dakotanewsnow.com

No phone calls please

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