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The Program Director must possess a vision for the station, along with the dedication to make that vision a reality. That person must have:
• A technical understanding  of how the station works.  Much of the station’s day is satellite-fed, nationally-syndicated automated programming. Working closely with the chief engineer to make sure that chain is sustained – and owning that responsibility – is crucial.
• Knowledge of and ability to effectively image the station is necessary for promoting the station, its programming and its events.
• Must be able to lead and manage staff, work with the promotions manager to coordinate and implement all on-air, off-air, on-the-street and digital promotions and events in order to promote the stations’ image and brand presence in the marketplace and primary demographic while maintaining a winning onsite image. 
• Must be available as an on-air contributor, whether as a part of the existing successful morning show, or as a stand-alone in a different daypart.
• This position requires a high degree of organizational skills, attention to detail, time management and a personal disposition that works well with creative co-workers in both programming and sales.  Other responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

• Maintain high quality customer service to all clients, listeners, performers, community officials, competitors and colleagues at all times
• Must be professional with a customer focus.  All employees are expected to bring a positive attitude to the workplace and be cheerful, cooperative and productive; interact with listeners and clients with a customer service mentality
• Work with local charities to the mutual benefit of the community, the charity and the stations
• Recruit, hire, train and supervise support personnel and interns
• Provide regular coaching and performance feedback to staff
Coordinate and draft all sales and station promotions from conception to facilitation

• Proficient using computers and Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint.  Adobe Photoshop experience a plus. • Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations • Understanding of stations’ programming strategies • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Problem-solving ability and skill in prioritizing • Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels • Ability to multi-task and handle pressures and deadlines • Possess a valid North Carolina driver’s license with an excellent driving record • Must be able to lift a minimum of fifty (50) pounds • The physical ability to stand for long periods of time and perform manual labor • College degree preferred, in a related field a plus. High school diploma or equivalent is required

What We Offer: Cumulus offers an opportunity to embark on a career with the fastest growing media company in the U.S.  • Recognition and reward for outstanding performance. • Competitive pay and the ability to increase income.  • Benefits, vacation, and paid holidays offered for all full time employees.  • Benefits include:  Medical, dental, vision, Health Savings Account with company match, 401K with company match, and Life and Disability coverage. 

For immediate consideration, please complete the application process at: http://www.cumulus.com/careers.
Cumulus is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  (11/4/15)

Cumulus Broadcasting-Fayetteville, NC
POSITION AVAILABLE: Marketing and Promotions Director
POSTING DATES: October 6th, 2015 – November 30th 2015
What do you do once you have a great product? What have you obviously already done if you have a successful product? The next Marketing and Promotions Manager at Cumulus Broadcasting of Fayetteville, NC will know the answers to those questions and possess a firm understanding of those answers.
      We are a 4-station cluster, including the market-leading Hot AC, the heritage Rock, the leading Urban AC and the leading News/Talk in the backyard of Fort Bragg. In other words, our product is solid. An experienced Marketing and Promotions Director will step into an environment of professionals who want to win, and have fun doing it.
      Is that you? This could be the best day of your professional life. We need another pro to join our team as leader of a promotions staff-- creating, coordinating and implementing. We could tell you what the responsibilities are, but if you’re the person, you already know. A list of duties? Same thing.
      Cumulus Broadcasting is the second-largest radio company in the nation. And things are only getting better. If you are about running, not walking; winning, not just showing up; in front of people, not behind them; loud, colorful, thoughtful, helpful and maybe a little left of center – if you have the full 128-count box of crayons, not the sad little 8-pack – this could be our lucky day as well.
      You promote your great product. If it’s successful, it’s because you priced it right and put it in the right place. You marketed it. The P’s make all the difference.
Come join us and be a part of something special. Apply online: www.cumulus.hrmdirect.com

Cumulus Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer (10/22/15)

Rare Job Ops at 98 Rock/Baltimore
Legendary Baltimore Rocker WIYY/98 Rock has some rare on-air part-time job ops. Click this link for details and application process.

The station is also searching for a Chief Engineer. "WBAL-AM and WIYY-FM (98 Rock) in Baltimore has a rare opening for Chief Engineer. We are a fast-paced workplace, flagship for the Baltimore Ravens, have the largest newsroom in the state of Maryland, have lots of local talent and we make radio FUN! Looking for a self-motivated, high energy person to lead our Engineering department. Creative ideas for deploying new technology, improving efficiency and reliability should be key traits. Must have strong IT, communication and technical skills. If you or someone you know is interested in working in a creative, fun, respectful and exciting environment, follow the link and apply today!" (7/28/15)

Assistant Program Director-KXT
KXT is looking for an Assistant Program Director with a strong knowledge of the Triple A format, a passion for music, and a minimum of three years on-air experience (public radio preferred). Strong writing skills and creative social media skills are a plus.  This is a rare opportunity to help shape one of the most listened to Triple A stations in the country.


  • Helps develop, produce, and manage special on-air programming and regular features, including in-studio performances and interviews across platforms.
  • Reviews shows from program suppliers for possible broadcast on KXT.
  • Plays a central role in writing and coordinating on-air promotions. Audio production and editing skills are a plus.
  • Hosts a daily DJ shift and appears at station promotional events, including stage announcements as needed.
  • Works across departments to plan and execute member concerts and other special events.
  • Assists Program Director with general content, maintains partnerships with the music industry and schedules music.
  • Participates in and assists with the planning and production of on-air fundraising campaigns.
  • Creates and posts music and programming related content on the KXT Music Blog and on social media.
  • Performs other duties as assigned. 

The successful candidate will have a passion for the mission of public broadcasting and a strong affinity for the music played on KXT 91.7. The KXT Assistant Program Director will hold a bachelor’s degree, with at least three years of professional experience as an on-air talent at a Triple A station.  Excellent oral and written communications skills are required.  Proven ability to collaborate with internal and external contacts.  Must be familiar with audio production, and comfortable with Selector or other comparable scheduling software. Experience with Wheatstone, Enco or other comparable integrated radio operations systems is required.  The ideal candidate will be a creative problem solver and self-starter with sound judgment and the ability to complete multiple tasks on deadline. Must have a strong command of the following software: Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other Office applications. Experience with digital and social media is preferred. 

Please email your resume, cover letter, and audio samples to resume@kera.org or mail to:
KXT, Attn: Human Resources
3000 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, Texas  75201
North Texas Public Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (7/13/15)

If you have an ear for what’s next and you’re innovative, self-motivated, driven and passionate — we need you! 93.3 KGSR in Austin, Texas is looking for our next Music Director and mid-day host - an ambassador for the brand and an on air evangelist. We need a team player who is willing to reimagine what AAA could mean in 2015 in the fastest growing city in the country. Someone who is willing to immerse themselves in the culture that is Austin - someone who loves live music, who is laid back and friendly, relaxed but lively, sophisticated but funky, and have I mentioned a love of live music? Send a video cover letter (under a minute), a resume and an air check to musicdirector@kgsr.com. Emmis Austin is an equal opportunity employer. (6/17/15)

National Morning Host Search
Vallie Richards Donovan Consulting, Americas’ premier contemporary programming consultancy, is looking to help clients fill morning show positions in several medium and small markets. We’re looking for great talent who can make eye contact with the 21-34 target. You live and breathe making great radio every day, enjoy meeting the audience and are keenly aware of how to use social media to its fullest.
If you are presently doing mornings or afternoons and looking to make the leap to mornings, or you are a talent at an i and C station, we encourage you to apply. Send you resume, show composite, and sample prep for the day to urnextgig@aol.com. Please no phone calls. Client stations are all EEO broadcasters. (5/28/15)

Managing Producer
WNRN Charlottesville is seeking a Managing Producer for its growing AAA/Americana/good music station. Breaking news? Long-form Production? Politics? Not with this job. The chosen candidate will be creating content aired hourly featuring organizations and people working to make our community a better place and the issues they overcome while doing so. If you have radio or television news production experience, along with announcing skills and an understanding of public radio, this just might be what you’re looking for. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume, as well as a brief production sample to jobs@wnrn.org. Deadline for materials is June 5th. Visit www.wnrn.org for more information about WNRN. (5/22/15)

Do you have what it takes to successfully run a community radio station in a major market?
When you think of reaching underserved diverse communities do you think of all the $$$ you can bring in to generate even more great programming?
Does the idea of having hundreds of volunteers eager to help get you psyched?
Would you like to work in a state that truly values and recognizes the importance of community radio?
Please respond with your resume and salary range to: pattiwalsh55@gmail.com
KFAI is a volunteer-based community radio station in the Twin Cities that connects the community with music, entertainment, information and the arts.  
The General Manager is responsible for leading the organization into a successful future. The GM is accountable for the general and fiscal leadership and management at KFAI. This position requires a dynamic leader to empower the staff and volunteers.
Specific responsibilities include:

  • Managing and evaluating the station operations and the performance of staff;
  • Developing a strong working relationship with the Board;
  • Developing a fundraising strategy to expand philanthropic support;
  • Connecting with major donors and corporations to expand support for KFAI and its mission;
  • Overseeing all station activities;
  • Building collaborative alliances with community groups and other external stakeholders;
  • Preparing an annual budget for Board approval; monitoring the budget monthly and making changes to operations if needed;


  • Broadcast radio management experience required
  • Non-profit management helpful
  • College Degree helpful but not required
  • Excellent people and professional speaking skills (4/27/15)

WNKU Marketing/Music Director will assist the Program Director in curating WNKU music. The Marketing/Music Director will also oversee all aspects of radio station promotions. Northern Kentucky University is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action institution. We embrace inclusiveness, equity, and global awareness in all dimensions of our work and seek excellence through diversity among our students, administrators, faculty, and staff. Application by members of diverse groups is encouraged.
Responsibilities: • Schedule and edit daily music log. • Oversee on-line event calendar. • Assist. Program Director in wnku.org homepage curation.
• Coordinate all aspects of WNKU remotes/appearances, staffing, merchandise, equipment, etc. • Maintain and order when necessary all WNKU promotional material, banners, tents, tablecloths, t-shirts, stickers, CD’s, etc. • Oversee ticket giveaways. • Oversee WNKU social media outlets as it pertains to major station events/initiatives, Facebook, twitter and email blasts. • Daily on air shift.

Qualifications: Minimum requirements include: • 5 years radio experience. • Experience with Music Master, Selector and other related music scheduling software. • Fluent with Adobe Audition. • Must have some digital/website back-end skills. • Social media skills. • Bachelor Degree or 5 years’ experience in related field.

Any candidate who is offered this position will be required to go through a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated by state law.
To Apply: http://jobs.nku.edu:80/postings/2732 (4/24/15)

WDJQ-Q92/Canton is looking to hire a new night person who is a Top 40 Music Genius, Fun, Energetic, great with Callers, up to speed on your Pop-Culture, Social Media Savvy and can bring other talents to the table other than on-air responsibilities. Are you good at Imaging, Graphic Design and HTML Codes? Then apply NOW for the opportunity to work for a great Team that wants to WIN! #Q92
Email your Air Check and Resume to Q92nikolina@gmail.com (4/21/15)

Radio Sales Associate
Radio Woodstock , located in Woodstock, New York, is looking for an outgoing, aggressive, organized, sales person with local radio sales or other local media sales experience with extensive contacts with local business owners. Ideal candidate will be able to communicate new ideas in marketing and advertising effectively with local business owners, agencies or their representatives. You will work well with others in a small organization, be detail oriented, computer savvy, able to think outside the box and be creative. You will be selling traditional, digital advertising and event sponsorships, be well organized with the ability to work independently as well as with the station sales, promotion and programming staff. We’re looking for a team player who loves what Radio Woodstock is all about. Radio and event promotional experience a plus. Radio Woodstock is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send your resume to:richardf@radiowoodstock.com or Attn Richard Fusco / General Manager WDST FM Radio P.O. Box 367 Woodstock, NY 12498 (4/16/15)

Connoisseur Media's 99.9 The Hawk (WODE - Allentown, PA) is looking for part-time/swing help on weekdays and weekends. Ideal candidates will have at least three years of rock radio experience, and live with an approximate 50-mile radius of our Easton, PA studios. Send air check, resume and brief cover letter to Bill Sheridan, PD/Brand Manager at onair.cmjobs@gmail.com. No calls, please. If we like your stuff, you will hear from us.
Connoisseur Media is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. (4/13/15)


FMQB is always looking for interns. Candidates should preferably have solid writing skills and an interest in journalism. Good office skills and phone technique is essential. Interns must receive college credit for their work. Mail, fax or e-mail your cover letter and resume to: FMQB, Executive Mews, 1930 E. Marlton Pike, Suite F-36, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003. Fax (856) 424-6943. Phone (856) 424-9114. E-mail: fmqb@fmqb.com.



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