Job Opportunities in Community Radio

Position / StationCity, StateDetails / Link
Program Director; WPFWWashington, D.C.WPFW seeks a Program Director who is serious about innovative, high-quality, community-based programming to provide leadership and vision to growing station. WPFW 89.3 FM in Washington, D.C., was established in 1977 as a listener-supported, non-commercial radio station. It is one of five stations of the Pacifica Network. WPFW is a community radio station in the nation’s seventh-largest market, providing a distinctive media voice to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and beyond. The station has earned a reputation among its listeners as a trusted progressive voice in the African-
American community and across the District, Maryland and Virginia’s (DMV) broadly diverse spectrum of political, cultural and social groups, interests, and popular movements. For more information about the position click here
Operations Coordinator, KPFTHouston, TXKPFT is looking to hire a part-time Operations Coordinator who will work directly under the Program Director. The position functions to provide support, maintenance, trouble-shooting strategies, training of volunteers & staff. Must have strong writing and speaking skills, and also positively manage multiple changing priorities.

Send all resumes to with the subject line: Applying for Operations Coordinator. Please direct all resumes to that email address, no phone calls will be taken.
Station Manager, KMUDRedwood, CASeeking a Station Manager responsible for overall management of the station with a $500,000 annual budget. Successful candidate will work in collaboration and cooperation with the staff, independent contractors, the Board of Directors, volunteers and membership.

Status: 32 hours/week
Required qualifications:
* Management experience
* Ability to understand and manage a budget and familiarity with non-profit accounting principles
* Experience working with a board of directors
* Strong written and interpersonal communication skills
* Ability to work with a diverse group
* Strong skills in fundraising and financial management
* Commitment to community

Resume and three professional references to
Station Manager

Evening News and Public Affairs Director

Morning News and Public Affairs Director

Membership Director;
Portland, ORKBOO is an independent, member-supported, non-commercial, volunteer-powered community radio station.  Since 1968, our core mission has been to provide training and access to the airwaves for locally produced music, arts, news and public affairs programming.  KBOO is a multicultural and progressive organization that prioritizes serving communities that are underrepresented and underserved on other local radio stations.  We are committed to peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change in society.

To learn more about these positions and benefits go to KBOO's employment page.