Job Postings

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Raccoon Valley Radio: News/Sports Director.

A great opportunity to get into broadcasting or continue to advance your journalism career. Be the one the community counts on as their source for local news and information. At Raccoon Valley Radio we’re looking for a News and Sports Director for our Guthrie County office. You’ll be the home and away voice of our Local Guthrie County Teams, as well as providing area residents with the news and information they need to make good decisions. This is your opportunity to be a “big fish in a small pond” Be part of our award-winning News and Sports Team. Raccoon Valley Radio is a locally owned radio station that is committed to serving our local communities. Please email your resume and cover letter to johnmcgee@raccoonvalleyradio.com Raccoon Valley Radio is an equal opportunity employer.

KCII Radio Opening

Join a community leader who believes in serving our listeners with local content. KCII is hiring an Evening Announcer & Content Assistant. Duties include gathering and writing local news, providing local sports commentary, creative production work for clients, coordination of community event coverage, updating our high traffic web site and voicetracking. Strong communication skills and writing skills are required. Please submit resume and samples to zachulin@kciiradio.com. We are family owned and operated, with a focus on local content. Benefits and retirement plans available. We are an EOE.

WVIK Radio

VIK in Rock Island, Illinois, Quad Cities NPR, is looking for someone to fill a six-month, grant-funded fellowship position in the newsroom, starting on or about July 1, 2021.
The purpose of the grant is to help young journalists develop their skills, and get a good start on their careers.
The person hired will work with News Director Herb Trix and News Editor Michelle O’Neill writing, editing, reporting, and announcing local news, ranging from political candidates and school boards, to economic development and art gallery openings. He or she will have daily on-air responsibilities, primarily in the afternoon and evening.  
The wage is $15/hour.
Basic radio broadcasting and reporting experience is required. Familiarity with public radio is a plus.
Please e-mail Herb Trix at herbtrix@wvik.org to start the application process. In addition to a resume, aircheck and demo recording, writing samples, and references, plan on an online interview. The deadline for letting us know you’re interested is May 10, 2021.
The official application site is:
https://augustana.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=129686
Finalists must also pass a background check. WVIK is an equal opportunity employer, and is owned by Augustana College.