[JPL] Jazz station job
Alfredo.Cruz at Trinity.edu
Mon Jul 13 14:47:00 EDT 2009
Thank you for sharing the following job post with JPL members.
Application deadline is this Friday, July 17, 2009.
KRTU Station Manager
Operations Manager, KRTU
Trinity University's KRTU-FM, San Antonio, seeks a dynamic individual
for the position of Operations Manager for a non-commercial, jazz and
alternative/ indie rock student HD radio station.
Primary responsibility will be the healthy day-to-day operations of
radio station hardware and software as directed by the Associate General
Manager for Programming, faculty Station Liaison, and General Manager.
Additional duties will extend to peripheral station systems such as
webcasting, web maintenance, and graphic design. Works with students,
volunteers, and paid staff to see that the mission is achieved. The
mission of KRTU-FM is to support and enhance the academic curriculum and
to advance Trinity University's leadership in the fine arts and in the
dissemination of knowledge for the enrichment of the lives of its
students and the community.
Should have a college degree and knowledge of non-commercial radio
station operations including basic knowledge of FCC rules and
regulations and advanced knowledge of computer systems (knowing RCS a
plus). Must be able to train, recruit, and supervise students and
volunteers. Weekly on-air shift required. Must have reliable
transportation. Ideal candidate will have two or more years of
Full-time, $30,000-$35,000 per annum
Application deadline is July 17, 2009.
To apply, please submit letter of application, resume, official college
transcript, and three references. An application will be considered
incomplete unless all materials are received. Send your application
package to Dr. Rob Huesca, Chair of Search Committee, Department of
Communication, Trinity University, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas
78212-7200. For questions/clarification, contact Dr. Huesca at (2l0)
999-8169 or email at Rhuesca at trinity.edu.
Trinity University is an EEO/Employer.
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