Details: This is a 40 hour a week position with a starting salary of 31,426.38. The employee shall be eligible for annual step increases subject to conditions in KBOO’s Collective Bargaining Agreement.
20 Southeast 8th Avenue
● To manage evening news and public affairs programming, ensuring that it is consistent with the KBOO programming charter. To train and supervise volunteers in news and public affairs programming skills.
● Management and supervisory skills which place emphasis on teamwork in a collaborative setting
● Demonstrated experience in motivating and guiding volunteers in the carrying out of programming charter.
● Proven experience in news and public affairs production, including news stories, interviews, and features, preferably in community or public radio – minimum three years experience preferred.
● Experience in training people in the above skills.
● Organizational skills.
● Excellent communication skills.
● Ability to assess and stay informed on local, regional, and national issues.
● Ability to work well under pressure and without direct supervision.
● Ability to work under deadline and to direct volunteers to work under deadline.
● Ability to work some weekend hours as necessary.
● Ability to speak Spanish preferred.
● Computer skills, including ability to use the Internet for journalism research.
● Familiarity with online news feeds and newsroom management software
● Proven experience working with diverse communities.
● Identify and address institutional and individual acts of oppression at KBOO. Ensure there is interruption of the oppression, follow-up and support for those impacted as well as documentation/record keeping of the incident.
● Coordinate evening news and public affairs programming. Work with Morning News & Public Affairs Director and Program Director as appropriate.
● Write, produce, and announce news stories, interviews, and public affairs programming as necessary.
● Work with the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit volunteers to participate in the various positions in the department (e.g. anchors, producers, reporters, engineers, and assistant editing)
● Supervise and assist volunteers. Coordinate substitutions (volunteer and/or programming) as necessary.
● Conduct and coordinate news trainings. Work with the Program Director around training coordination.
● Evaluate and provide critical feedback to evening news and public affairs programmers.
● Keep informed on alternative news sources, including syndicated programs, internet
news sources, and independent news services.
● Inform listening audience and general public about programming through the website,
on-air promotional spots, press releases, ads, etc.
● Attend Programming Advisory Committee meetings and produce a monthly report for the committee.
● Attend Program Operating Team meetings and Staff Meetings.
● Coordinate upload of news podcast.
● Work to implement KBOO’s Affirmative Action plan.
Benefits include medical and dental coverage, disability and life insurance, and credit union
eligibility. This position also offers paid vacation, sick leave, and 11 paid holidays per year, in
accordance with KBOO’s Collective Bargaining Agreement. FSLA-exempt employees receive paid compensatory time off. Eligibility for the pension plan is one year after the date of hire.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2018 AT MIDNIGHT.
Send a cover letter and resume to Delphine Criscenzo at email@example.com or bring your resume with cover letter to: 20 SE 8th, Portland, Oregon 97214. Please remember to add in the cover letter the answer to the question: “Why is KBOO important and how does collaboration play into our community work?” Interviews will begin early October, 2018.
Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity
KBOO Community Radio is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. Our organization does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, class, creed, physical or mental disability.