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WPRK Programming Director

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Eligibility Criteria: Only current/incoming Rollins students will be considered for this position.
Position Summary:
Job Description: WPRK’s Programming Director interviews applicants for on-air volunteer positions and determines the schedule for on-air programming. The position will work alongside the Station Manager and Personnel Director to ensure successful volunteer onboarding and regular participation of volunteers. The individual will cultivate a positive environment and invite participation from the Rollins community and Central Florida population. Associated tasks include:
  • Ensuring WPRK’s on-air programming schedule is filled
  • Integrating students and community members into on-air experiences
  • Coordinating the paperwork and training process of new volunteers
  • Communicating schedule changes and special programming to volunteers
  • Filing applications and volunteer paperwork

Anticipated Employment Dates: 8/17/2020 – 4/27/2021
Supervisor Name, Department: Greg Golden, Student Media / WPRK
Scheduled Hours: 10 hours per week, flexible based on student's class schedule. 
Work Environment: WPRK, in Rollins Hall. Work will require use of computer, sitting, standing, and use of broadcast technology.
Physical Requirements: 
  • Sitting 
  • Working at a computer 

Summer position: This position is also hired for the summer semester, ideally filled by the candidate hired for the 2020-21 academic year. The stipend for the summer is $1000, and may include housing based on need. If the person hired for 2020-21 is not available for the summer, another student employee will be appointed to fill in.
Anticipated Employment Dates: 4/29/2020 – 8/16/2020
Supervisor Name, Department: Greg Golden, Student Media / WPRK
Scheduled Hours: 20 hours per week 

Desired Qualifications/Special Skills:
  • Organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Experience working in teams
  • Demonstrated communication skills
  • Internet skills and social media experience
  • Computer skills
  • Interest in music
  • Demonstrated communication skills

Anticipated Learning Outcomes:
  • Collaboration
  • Problem-solving
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Professionalism

Number of Available Positions:
  • 1 (Full year) 
Additional Information:
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