Job Opportunities in Community Radio

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Announced 03.15.23

Station Manager for

Portland, Oregon
Reports to: KBOO Foundation Board of Directors

Employment Status: Regular Position, Exempt

Hours: Full TIme

Salary: $70,000 annually Plus Benefits

General Description
The Station Manager’s role is the convener of the administrative, fundraising, and business functions of the KBOO Foundation's community radio station – transmitting at 90.7 FM and all affiliated frequencies.

KBOO is one of the oldest community radio stations in the United States. It emphasizes eclectic programming to serve diverse communities. KBOO is an independent, member-supported, non-commercial, volunteer-powered community radio station.

This position provides station oversight and vision. This position collaborates closely with staff and volunteers and communicates directly with the Board of Directors to bolster KBOO’s innovative, high-quality, community-based programming. Responsibilities include oversight of daily operations, administrative, fundraising, financial, and public relations tasks as well as occasional programming and production work.

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Please submit resume and cover letter by April 7th, 2023 11:59 pm (Deadline extended!) to or mail/bring your resume and cover letter to: Hiring Committee 20 SE 8th Ave. Portland OR 97214
Announced 03.09.23

Executive Director / General Manager for (KZMU)

Moab, Utah
Job Summary:

KZMU is seeking a detail-oriented, resourceful, and passionate leader to join the KZMU team high atop Rocky Road in Moab, Utah. The Executive Director/General Manager oversees all day to day operations at KZMU. They supervise all departments including the News and Public Affairs Department, the Music Department (which also manages all volunteers), Engineering, and Accounting. The ED/GM is the primary liaison between the Board of Trustees and the staff of KZMU and is responsible for keeping KZMU legal and up to date within FCC, IRS, and DMCA guidelines. The ED/GM is responsible for creating and adhering to the annual budget and is the primary grant writer and administrator, fundraising coordinator, and underwriting administrator. The position is based in Moab, Utah and requires the ability to be flexible in the work schedule during certain times of the year.

The salary for this position starts at $45,500. KZMU provides at least a 2% COLA at the start of each Fiscal Year (January) provided the operating budget allows. KZMU provides an annual Health & Wellness Stipend, paid vacation in addition to four floating holidays and federal holidays, paid sick, maternity, and medical leave.

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The position is open until filled.
Announced 02.13.23

Project Manager for the PMDMC23 Pre-Conference Cohorts (Greater Public)

Atlanta, GA
The Project Manager for the Pre-Conference Cohorts at PMDMC23 in Atlanta is responsible for the planning, execution, and reporting of the cohorts, scheduled for Tuesday, July 11, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Project dates: February 1, 2023 - Thursday, July 13, 2023* *Requires in-person attendance at PMDMC23 in Atlanta, Georgia. Transportation, accommodations, and food and beverage will be provided/reimbursed.

Fee: $5,000 budget - Approx 60 hours

This position works closely with Greater Public’s member services department and PMDMC’s core planning team. The cohorts consist of 10-14 roundtable workshops 75 minutes in length that are free to PMDMC23 attendees before the conference kicks off on the afternoon of July 11, 2023. Previous attendance per cohort has ranged from 10 to 85.

The Cohort Project Manager will map out the layout and format of the cohorts as well as identify cohort topics and presenters. The Cohort Project Manager will be the primary contact, including onsite, for all cohort leaders and will be responsible for ensuring they have the necessary information for a successful roundtable meeting. Once the cohorts are underway, the Cohort Project Manager will take headcounts and report back to the PMDMC23 core planning team. When the cohorts conclude, the Cohort Project Manager will be asked to support the PMDMC23 core planning team with other event responsibilities, but will have the ability to attend some keynotes and breakout sessions. A post-PMDMC23 performance analysis and debrief will be required following the conference.

If you are interested, please send your resume to Gayle Ewer at No calls, please

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Announced 02.13.23

Breakout Session Producer for Audience Development and Engagement

(Greater Public)

Atlanta, GA
The PMDMC23 Content Team is looking for session producers to create breakouts for the Audience Development and Engagement track at PMDMC 2023 from July 11-14 in Atlanta, GA.

Project dates: February 1, 2023 - Thursday, July 13, 2023*
*Requires in-person attendance at PMDMC23 in Atlanta, Georgia. Transportation, accommodations, and food and beverage will be provided/reimbursed.

Fee: $1,400 per breakout session - Approx 10-12 hours
*May be asked to produce multiple breakout sessions.

This position focuses on the development and creation of the session based on stakeholder interviews, the ideas submitted during the PMDMC23 call for proposals, and the session producer’s own industry knowledge. The session producer will be responsible for developing the session title, description, and layout in addition to identifying and coordinating with the session speakers.

The PMDMC Content Team provides many resources to the session producers, including monthly meetings and consultant trainings. The session producer will then be responsible for passing along all information to their speaker(s) both before and during the conference and is expected to be in the room during the session. A post-PMDMC23 performance analysis and debrief will be required following the conference.

If you are interested, please send your resume to Gayle Ewer at No calls, please.

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Announced 02.06.23

General Manager for (WSLR)

Sarasota (Fogartyville), FL

Salary: $50,000. PTO provided.

Position scheduled to start August 1st, 2023.

WSLR+Fogartyville is a center for creative expression and community engagement that amplifies the voices of our diverse community, and promotes peace, sustainability, democracy, and economic and social justice.

The General Manager will be responsible for overseeing the operation of WSLR-LP 96.5, a low power, non-profit, non-commercial community radio station and the Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center, a 105 seat venue where we host live concerts, films, art exhibits, educational events and community gatherings. The GM is responsible for overall administration, financial oversight, government and legal compliance, fundraising, personnel, volunteer management, programming, community engagement, technical operations, and all other aspects of our non-profit organization.

The GM reports to and has an active working relationship with the WSLR+Fogartyville Board of Directors through regular meetings as well as informal interactions to communicate financial status, strategic opportunities, challenges, and on-going organizational accomplishments and activities. The GM is the chief fundraiser for the organization, serves as our spokesperson, and represents WSLR+Fogartyville in local, regional and national matters as appropriate.

Apply with a cover letter, resume and three references to

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