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WPRK Music Director

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Eligibility Criteria: Only current/incoming Rollins students will be considered for this position.
Position Summary:
Job Description: WPRK’s Music Director curates the music library for our college radio station, working with promoters to receive new music and student volunteers to review it. This position runs weekly music department meetings and sets office hours to speak to national promotion companies who represent artists. The individual will cultivate a positive environment and invite participation and music submissions from the Rollins community and Central Florida population. Associated tasks include:
  • Ensuring DJs follow legal protocol for logging songs played
  • Leading a team of student volunteers to review music
  • Curating the new music library and CD library
  • Coordinating uploading of new music for DJs’ use
  • Representing WPRK through participation in campus and community events

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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