WNSB-FM 91.1 FM in Norfolk

 (Posted: 7/9/19)

KPVU 91.3 FM in Houston

 (Posted: 7/9/19)

Director, Audiences & Brand Strategy,  WYEP and WESA

Position Overview:
The Director of Audiences & Brand Strategy will drive listening, engagement and measurable consumer interaction with our products and services by envisioning, developing and executing effective and quantifiable strategies and activities. This position is responsible for creating growth in our overall audience service and our membership ranks, working with our broadcast, streaming and digital platforms to grow participants and listeners and to drive more frequent engagement with them by individual users. This position will work with the events staff to bring more attendees to live events and increase the frequency of attendance by individual attendees. The Director of Audiences and Brand Strategy supervises two direct reports within the department. For Job Duties, Company Information, EOE and More Information, click here. (Posted: 7/3/19)

98-1 The River PD

Are you one of the elite few; the non-traditional programmer who understands the unique, the unusual, the quirky, the “different but good” that goes into creating great Triple A radio? Saga Communications has more Triple A stations than any other media group, with a total of five. We have an extremely rare opportunity in one of the format’s flagship markets. The Asheville Radio Group is looking for a PD for 98-1 The River. If you understand what goes into creating a great Triple-A experience, yet you also know that the rules of radio don’t change and only flex enough to build a brand that promises unique feelings for listeners… then keep reading. If you read this and wonder what we are talking about, then go to the next ad, but if you really do you get it – we want to hear from you. Send your cover, resume, and an explanation of what Triple-A radio means to you to Saga VP/Programming, Bob Lawrence at blawrence@sagacom.com. Saga is an EOE. No calls please. (Posted: 6/26/19)

World Cafe Host

WXPN is looking for a host/producer for World Cafe, its 2 hour daily national music program distributed by NPR. S/he will primarily be responsible for interviewing guests, writing and recording the daily show, and collaborating with World Cafe staff on various production elements for radio and digital.

BA/BS or equivalent experience required. A minimum of five years of outstanding experience in on-air radio presentation including music programming, producing and interviewing required. Exceptional knowledge of a wide range of contemporary music and excellent storytelling, journalism and interviewing skills are essential. Must have the ability to produce a full range of music radio and digital programming content. Must have strong social medial skills. Ideal candidate must have a successful history of managing a demanding workload, excellent people skills, and an ability to lead. This position requires formal and informal public appearances. Candidate should possess excellent technical skills & experience using Pro Tools to produce and edit sessions. Experience at public radio station and on-air fund raising a plus.

Reference No.: 81-32259
Level: 027
Employment Type:Full Time
How To Apply
Formal application for this position MUST be made through the University of Pennsylvania Online Employment System on the https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu website. When you “search open positions” enter the job reference no.81-32259, and click on “search.”
Deadline for Applications: July 9, 2019
The University of Pennsylvania is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer. (Posted: 6/14/19)

The Current is looking for a Part Time Host

At the same time, The Current is taking applications for a part-time host role. “We need more depth at the host role, and look forward to finding the next talent that will join us at The Current in an on-air capacity,” McGuinn said.

More information on the Part Time Host role can be found here. The application deadline is July 3. (Posted: 6/14/19)

The Current is looking for a new Assistant Program Director

With the recent move of Lindsay Kimball, The Current’s former Assistant Program Director, into the role of Regional Membership Director at Minnesota Public Radio, The Current is looking for a new APD.

This role at the station will help to manage the operations of The Current, as well as content initiatives and projects. The APD will work with the play-to-air system and MusicMaster databases and will also serve as a liaison with the network of stations and the marketing and sales departments to coordinate promotions and events. The APD will also work on promotions, underwriting, and help to maintain The Current’s programming and sound – collaborating on special programming, on air promos, and be a part time host on-air.

More information on the Assistant Program Director role can be found here. The application deadline is July 3. (Posted: 6/14/19)

Program Director – iHeartMedia Stations

Current employees and contingent workers click here to apply and search by the Job Posting Title.

Job Summary:
Leads all aspects of radio station’s on-air experience in a leadership and operations role, responsible for talent, content, programming, and online presence.

• Reviews and determines all commercial and paid programming content; decides music play lists; schedules programming in conformance with FCC rules and regulations, company policy and applicable federal, state, and local laws; protects station license.
• Plans and oversees tone, programming, production, sound & theme, website, online presence, and social media.
• Collaborates with Production to enlist musical direction and seeks options that meet editorial scope.
• Fields record label calls, schedules music, and checks social media to ensure music remains consistent with station’s brand.
• Identifies, recruits, and coaches on-air talent, producers, news directors, and reporters, e.g., frequently listens/airchecks sessions with on-air talent,
• Provides direction to DJ and audio engineer on content
• Partners with Market President, Programming and Sales in support of local and corporate business goals to increase market share, listeners, ratings, advertiser satisfaction, and revenue while aligning programming fit with client, station, and audience; creates talent and station marketing, promotion, and image campaigns.
• Determines and maintains creative vision for station(s) to enhance station image and visibility within the community.
• Evaluates programming available from distributors, syndicators, and independent producers to recommend acquisitions for broadcast.
• Schedules staff for on-air shifts, remotes, and appearances.
• Ensures staff has taken/passed/maintained all company programs, plans, and training (e.g., RBI, Payola/Plugola).
• Prepares and manages Programming Department budget on a yearly, quarterly, and monthly basis.
• Establishes and maintains professional relationships with producers, artists’ managers, composers and other industry contacts.
• Handles all payables according to company policy and in a prompt fashion.

• Extensive knowledge of FCC broadcast rules and regulations; knowledge of federal, state and local contesting rules and regulations
• Demonstrated ability to use tools to gather and analyze ratings data, make business decisions based on analysis; sound judgment and quality decision-making skills
• Extensive knowledge of Diary data analysis; working knowledge of RCS products including GSelector and NexGen
• Knowledge and appreciation of diverse music genres, excellent on-air performance, familiarity with radio programming
• Excellent team leadership and delegation skills, including motivation of staff; can set goals & expectations, provide honest feedback and manage performance
• Strong interpersonal skills
• High degree of planning and organizing skills; can multi-task and meet specific deadlines
• Flexible, creative, and innovative in using technology to deepen listener relationships
• Ability to think both tactically and strategically
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively with others
• Superior oral and written communication skills; excellent grammar; can adjust communications style based on audience needs
• Entrepreneurial and assertive in meeting goals
• Ability to influence others, inspire innovation and ensure a client focus

Work Experience
• Prior experience directing and managing a team
• Experience with local formats preferred
• Prior experience as a broadcaster, either in news, sports, or as a DJ preferred
• Prior experience as a Program Director or Assistant Program Director preferred

• 4-year college degree preferred

• None required

Whitehall, PA: 1541 Alta Drive, Suite 400, 18052

Position Type

The Company is an equal opportunity employer and will not tolerate discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification or status. Our organization participates in E-Verify. Click here to learn about E-Verify. Current employees and contingent workers click here to apply and search by the Job Posting Title.
(Posted: 6/3/19)

PT Finance Coordinator

WXPN, the non-commercial radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, is looking for a PT Finance Coordinator.

The Financial Admin Coordinator supports the Accounts Payable Manager in processing payments and recording transactions in our accounting software, Sage 50 Accounting. He or she processes purchase orders and invoices in BEN/Oracle, onboards new vendors, serves as the first point of contact for vendor inquiries, allocates purchasing card and express mail transactions, maintains the petty cash fund, processes payments via Greenphire, and assists with producing monthly Statement of Activities reports for WXPN department managers. Additionally, the Financial Admin Coordinator is responsible for processing payroll for approximately 50 full time employees and 20 part time employees.

Associate’s degree or Two Year College Equivalent is required, with 2 -3 years of bookkeeping, payroll, or data entry experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A successful candidate will possess superior organizational skills, an excellent eye for detail, an aptitude for basic mathematics, great computer skills, and the ability to work independently.

Special Requirements: Background Check Required
Send this job to a friend: jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/46589
Reference No.: 81-32110
Level: 028
Employment Type: Part Time, Non-Exempt, 10pm-2pm.

How To Apply
Formal application for this position MUST be made through the University of Pennsylvania Online Employment System on the https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu website. When you “search open positions” enter the job reference no., and click on “search.”
Deadline for Applications: June 18, 2019
No phone calls, please.
The University of Pennsylvania is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer.
(Posted: 5/23/19)

Development Associate

WXPN, the non-commercial radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, is looking for a Development Associate.

WXPN, a public radio station offered as a service of the University of Pennsylvania, invites applications for the position of Development Associate. This is a part-time (20 hours per week) position with benefits.
The Development Associate will work closely with WXPN Membership Team to raise funds from the WXPN audience to support our nonprofit, public service.
WXPN is seeking a friendly customer service professional with a passion for arts & culture, and an interest in fundraising to fill this position and assist in development work for the organization. In addition to providing service and support to WXPN members, the Development Associate will assist the Membership Team with routine fundraising communications and tasks, support key staff with data entry and analysis, and occasionally cover the front desk.


• Associate degree in a related field or 2-years equivalent experience.
• Ability to write professional correspondence using correct grammar without a template.
• Demonstrated ability to be self-directed and take ownership of the position.
• Display good judgment and diplomacy skills in working with various levels of both internal and external stakeholders, providing excellent customer service via telephone or in person.
• Ability keep conversations and information confidential as appropriate.

• Preferred Skills:
• Experience working in development or fundraising.
• Salesforce familiarity.
• Passion for music.

Send this job to a friend: https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/46388
Reference No.: 81-31994
Level: PT/21
Employment Type: Part Time, Exempt.

How To Apply
Formal application for this position MUST be made through the University of Pennsylvania Online Employment System on the https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu website. When you “search open positions” enter the job reference no., and click on “search.”
Deadline for Applications: June 17, 2019
No phone calls, please.
The University of Pennsylvania is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer.
(Posted: 5/23/19)

WFUV On-Air Talent

WFUV in New York City seeks on-air talent for fill-in shifts for Triple A/Non-Commercial format. Must have on-air experience in the Triple A format, love music, and live in the New York City metro area. On-air fundraising and social media skills required. This is a part-time, substitute position scheduled as-needed, and compensated on an hourly basis. Send resume and MP3 to jobs2@wfuv.org No calls. (Posted: 5/7/19)

WTMD Position Announcement

Position Title: Full Time Air Host
Department: Programming
Reports to: Program Director
Supervisory Position: No

WTMD Baltimore is seeking our next great Air Host. We are looking for a charismatic, experienced,
professional broadcaster with deep and broad musical knowledge. Familiarity with the music we play and a
studied knowledge of the history of all the different genres that make up this crazy format we call Triple A.
Including all eras of rock music and it’s various incarnations from roots rock to pyschedelia to punk/new wave
to power pop to Americana to indie. Also, a working knowledge of blues, soul, r&b, country and folk and their
important roles in American music.

Experience in the Triple A format is essential to the incumbent’s ability to enhance WTMD’s connection to our
listeners, members and the community. Experience and skills in interviewing musicians is critical. This position
requires frequent formal and informal public appearances and will be an ambassador for the station.
The successful candidate will be a social media expert with the skills and experience to further increase
WTMD’s brand awareness inside and outside of Baltimore.

• Five years of full-time, on-air in the Triple A format either non-com or commercial.
• Technical and production skills and experience with software like Adobe Audition, MusicMaster, Wide
Orbit Automation & Traffic, Selector, etc.
• A demonstrated knowledge of social media strategies that extend the host/listener relationship.
• A well-researched understanding of how to translate fundraising trends and information into effective
on-air spots.
• Bachelors degree preferred but significant experience may be substituted.
Towson University Public Media offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits; a talented and fun group of
station colleagues; a large, enthusiastic audience, and a supportive and engaging environment to work in.

To Apply
Visit WTMD.org for more information. All applicants must apply through our on-line system, found in the
careers section of wtmd.org, to be considered. Towson University Public Media is an equal opportunity employer.
(Posted: 4/30/19)


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.