QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
- Minimum of two (2) years proven knowledge of general radio programming and traffic skills;
- Familiarity with overseeing radio broadcast operations, broadcast promotions, equipment and procedures;
- Familiarity with and knowledge of radio automation software (WideOrbit or similar) and radio traffic software (Allegiance or similar);
- Ability to manage station programming;
- Ability to be highly organized;
- Proven experience with Microsoft Office and Windows applications to include experience with the Internet;
- Proven experience with office equipment;
- Self-starter with solid language, grammar, and spelling skills;
- Outgoing personality, who enjoys dealing with the public, either in person or on the telephone;
- Possess a can do positive attitude and love of collaborating with multiple teammates;
- Ability to monitor timelines and adjust your work as needed, prioritizing the most important pieces to achieve success;
- Ability to deal with all types of individuals, via telephone and in-person, including college administrators, faculty, staff, general public, volunteers and students on a regular basis;
- Display a strong attention to detail and ability to follow through proactively on projects through completion;
- Valid Florida driver’s license.
Preference shall be given to the following:
- Associate’s degree;
- Familiarity with National Public Radio Programs and Audiences.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Overseeing the creation and preparation of daily program logs;
- Overseeing the station website;
- Editing programs as needed;
- Managing automation systems with the station engineer as needed;
- Collaborating with WQCS Station guests and clients as needed.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Preparing daily program logs for the WQCS Station;
- Inputting underwriting contracts, public service announcements and other on-air promotions for the daily schedule;
- Editing satellite-received programs, and outside programs as needed;
- Overseeing station automation systems for scheduling and production;
- Monitoring station automation systems for quality assurance;
- Managing and overseeing statewide requirements for EAS tests to assure WQCS is in compliance;
- Analyzing on-air issues as well as troubleshooting problems and reviewing discrepancies;
- Assisting with engineering duties as a backup to the WQCS Station Engineer;
- Remaining “On-Call” for emergencies related to the “On-Air” signal;
- Designing, implementing, and maintaining program auditions for the WQCS Station Manager and other staff for program specials;
- Ensuring follow through is proactively taken on projects through to completion;
- Assisting with telephone, door and listener inquiries as needed;Completing On-air announcing as needed;Completing other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
This position requires an ability to sit, stand for prolonged periods of time, walk, bend, lift, reach up, stoop, and carry items occasionally in excess of twenty-five (25) pounds. It also requires manual dexterity to operate standard office machines, such as copier, fax, calculator, telephone, and other equipment as necessary. IRSC expects its employees to follow proper safety standards while employed by the college.