Has anyone ever told you have a voice for radio? Brewer Broadcasting is offering a great part-time opportunity. You’ll start on the ground floor, learning the basics of how we create great Radio. Our ideal candidate should possess an extremely good work ethic, be a self-starter, and be highly organized. The position requires extreme reliability and flexibility. If you are a fast-learner, have a good demeanor around others, and have a passion for radio, read on.
Key Responsibilities: Running the board in a radio station control room, broadcasting a variety of music, and other programming. Playing all commercials as scheduled and maintaining a commercial log. Support the team with ad downloads and other behind-the-scenes responsibilities.
Flexibility in scheduling required. Majority of the hours are in the evenings, weekends and holidays.
We offer full training and professional growth with a potential career path. We have a focused, responsible, and collaborative work environment that welcomes innovative solutions.
Send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Brewer Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES All internships are unpaid.
Interns are selected on the basis of professional potential. We look at our internship program as a developing ground for future employees -- that's not to say all interns will get hired here, but one of our goals is to see how many responsibilities an intern can handle, on the chance an employment opportunity becomes available. So this isn't a coffee-fetching, grunt work internship. We trust our interns to handle duties that require the utmost in responsibility, diligence and enthusiasm.
Promotions Internship - This position calls for an enthusiastic, eager and creative individual who is able to effectively interact and communicate with a variety of individuals both within and outside of Brewer Broadcasting. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required, in addition to strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Applicants should be efficient and able to work with a flexible schedule. Throughout the course of the internship, the intern will be asked to work with individuals from several departments within Brewer Broadcasting, including programming, promotions, and sales. Ideal candidates for this position have experienced with Adobe Audition, video editing and Microsoft Office. Email resume & cover letter to Miranda Grimm at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Internship - The business intern's responsibility is to assist in the daily and monthly duties for the Business Department, including the Traffic and Reception. Requirements for this position include: basic understanding of clerical duties, ability to operate multi-line phones and typical office equipment, knowledge of proper business etiquette, knowledge in all Microsoft programs, ability to master new computer skills quickly, strong communication skills, ability to multi-task, and strong organization skills. Email resume & cover letter to Andrea at email@example.com
Sales Internship - This is an interactive and dynamic internship that relies on the intern to be self-motivated and disciplined, with a passion for learning. The intern will create sales marketing materials that will be used to upsell current clients and sell prospects advertising campaigns on our radio stations. The intern will go on actual sales calls with account executives to learn about the sales process. The intern will work on sales initiatives that connect radio advertising with online advertising opportunities. Email resume & cover letter to Amy Dillon at AmyD@kicks96.com
Requirements All Internships are unpaid.
· Current college student (junior, senior, post-graduate).
· Internship must be taken for credit.
· Familiarity with Brewer Broadcasting and East Central Indiana market is preferred.
· Previous radio or other media experience through classes, internship, or professional is preferred.
BREWER BROADCASTING is an equal opportunity employer. Interns are considered trainees and not employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1973.