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KTVA-TV Weekend Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a WEEKEND DIRECTOR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties will include but are not limited to some master control work, reviewing scripts and punching/calling live, fast-paced newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have previous experience in live news production such as master control or technical director experience. The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines, and work with minimal supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EOE. Submit resumes and/or applications to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2010-01-31

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking an experienced photojournalist who will be responsible for capturing compelling images and sound as well as work with a reporter to put the best possible story on air. Full time position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The candidate will be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment, and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50 lbs of equipment for extended periods of time. The ideal candidate will have a flexible schedule and will be expected to work weekends. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to:
Scott Smith
Chief Photographer, CBS 11 News
1007 West 32nd Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 273-3192
KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2009-11-23

KTVF-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Commercial Video Editor Dont just make commercials; create compelling experiences that go beyond mere functionality, and truly connect with advertisers and viewers. Come work with the best at the number one station in the Interior!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Youll create advertising content using your photography, computerized video editing, and script writing skills. Well hire someone who can work independently with a professional attitude, and is willing to learn. Shifts may include weekends and evenings. You must have a high school diploma, be able to lift up to 30 lbs equipment, have transportation and a valid drivers license.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume to: Editor c/o KTVF Human Resources 3528 International St. Fairbanks, AK 99701 celiavissers@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-11

KTVF-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Sport Reporter/Anchor Fairbanks' broadcast market leader is recruiting for a full time experienced Sports Reporter/Anchor. If you are looking to join our highly successful team, we want to hear from you,

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Will also anchor live sports cast and other newscasts as assigned. May also be required to cover other stories for broadcast at the discretion and direction of News Director. Will participate in station promotional events as required.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate will have at least two years experience in all aspects of gathering sports: shooting, writing, editing all aspects of sports. Hours include nights and weekends. Prefer linear and non linear editing capabilities and familiarity with posting stories to website.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of sports stories and anchoring to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-11

KTVF-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Morning News Anchor Interior Alaska's market leader is looking for a morning news anchor/reporter to compliment our team. If you are a morning person, this is a great opportunity to produce and anchor the Fairbanks Morning News. Other newscasts may be assigned as needed. Salary: DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-11

KTVF-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Commercial Video Editor. Dont just make commercials; create compelling experiences that go beyond mere functionality, and truly connect with advertisers and viewers. Come work with the best at the number one station in the Interior!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Youll create advertising content using your photography, computerized video editing, and script writing skills. Well hire someone who can work independently with a professional attitude, and is willing to learn. Shifts may include weekends and evenings. You must have a high school diploma, be able to lift up to 30 lbs equipment, have transportation and a valid drivers license.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume to: Editor c/o KTVF Human Resources 3528 International St. Fairbanks, AK 99701 celiavissers@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-11

KAKM-TV / KSKA-FM Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Broadcast Engineer Technologist

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This technical position supports broadcast stations KAKM, KSKA and the Alaska Public Radio Network and related digital media supporting all inside and outside plant supervision and maintenance, and reports directly to the Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required qualifications: Five to seven years experience in a progressively complex broadcast environment. AA degree in electronics, computer networking or related technical degree and FCC license required. SBE and MSCE certification and AVID editing experience preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@alaskapublic.org or APTI 3877 University Drive Anchorage, Alaska 99508 APTI is EOE. Women and minorities are urged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2010-01-31

KAKM-TV / KSKA-FM Web editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public Media Editor

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This individual will be responsible for the operations of APTIs Web sites: KAKM.org, KSKA.org and APRN.org (Alaska Public Radio Network) and able to develop and execute a long-term strategy to enhance web reporting and storytelling, embrace social media, engage citizen journalists, develop community partners and strengthen our relationships with members.

REQUIREMENTS:
Comfortable working in a fast-paced, fluid environment and moving from the day-today operations to strategic planning. Proficient in various Web programs including JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, FTP, and systems such as WordPress. Must have at least three years of experience in Web design and development, and must possess a Bachelors Degree.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to HR@alaskapublic.org or APTI 3877 University Drive Anchorage, Alaska 99508 APTI is EOE. Women and minorities are urged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2010-01-31

AMG - Traffic Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Traffic Coordinator, closes 9/18/2009 Anchorage Media Group, has an immediate, full time opening for a Traffic Coordinator. This data-entry position requires computer skills, speed and accuracy combined with the personal desire to work in a fun, fast paced environment. The Traffic Coordinator position is a Monday thru Friday, 8a-5p position with full benefits. AMG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Core duties include the daily input, processing and preparation of radio commercial logs and other clerical duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Skills - touch typing skills (approx. 45 wpm) - accurate data entry - speed requirement (finish tasks within 8a-5p timeline) - ability to learn proprietary software suite (Wicks) - ability to collaborate with a variety of personalities types - ability to problem solve on the fly Relevant Experience - data entry positions - clerical positions - organizational skill set

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Lara Bickford at 275-2281 for details or email her at lara.bickford@morris.com

DEADLINE: 2009-01-18

AMG - Traffic Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Traffic Coordinator: closes 9/18/2009 Anchorage Media Group, has an immediate, full time opening for a Traffic Coordinator. The Traffic Coordinator position is a Monday thru Friday, 8a-5p position with full benefits. AMG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This data-entry position requires computer skills, speed and accuracy combined with the personal desire to work in a fun, fast paced environment. Core duties include the daily input, processing and preparation of radio commercial logs and other clerical duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Skills: touch typing skills (approx. 45 wpm); accurate data entry; speed requirement (finish tasks within 8a-5p timeline); ability to learn proprietary software suite (Wicks); ability to collaborate with a variety of personalities types; ability to problem solve on the fly. Relevant Experience: data entry positions; clerical positions; organizational skill set.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Lara Bickford at 275-2281 for details or email her at lara.bickford@morris.com

DEADLINE: 2009-09-18

KTUU-TV Anchor/General Assignment Reporter/Web Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is Alaska's dominant television news station and despite our market size it's one of the strongest stations in the country. We have a rare opening for a nightly news co-anchor on our flag ship newscast at 6 pm. It's a statewide broadcast that covers an area roughly the size of the Lower 48. Hours are Mon-Fri, 10am - 7pm. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. Northern Lights Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We are looking for a strong anchor who will do much more than just read copy. Our anchors are also reporters who contribute to our newscasts and our growing web site KTUU.COM. Our anchors are self-starters who aggressively cover the news events of the day. They are also part of the Alaska community representing the station during community events. This is a great opportunity to cover some very unique stories and live amongst some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least two years of news reporting and anchoring experience. This is not an entry-level position nor are we an entry-level station.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resumes and video resumes to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Steve MacDonald, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. You can also email information to: stevem@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2009-10-02

KTUU-TV General Assignment Reporter/Web Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
In the past year we've covered it all. From Sarah Palin to an erupting volcano to energy issues in remote native villages. This is a chance for a self-starting and aggressive reporter to come to a top station and cover unique stories in some of the country's most beautiful surroundings. Our market size says we're #150, but we play much bigger. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. Northern Lights Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Alaska's dominant news station is searching for a full-time general assignment reporter for its newscasts and its fast growing website.

REQUIREMENTS:
This is not an entry-level job but, one that requires at least one year of reporting experience. Shooting and editing experience is also a must.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and reel to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Steve MacDonald, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or email to: stevem@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2009-10-02

Tanana Valley TV - Commercial Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
COMMERCIAL PRODUCER TVTV seeks experienced producer for commercial production department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidate must be able to shoot and edit video.

HOW TO APPLY:
Bring resume and sample reel to Chris Fry 3650 Braddock Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. Deadline 9/25/09. TVTV is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-09-25

Tanana Valley TV-Control Room Technician

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CONTROL ROOM TECHNICIAN TVTV seeks part time operator. TVTV 3650 Braddock Street-Fairbanks. TVTV is an equal opportunity employer

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidate must be able to work nights and weekends, have basic computer skills and is very detailed oriented.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to TVTV 3650 Braddock Street, Fairbanks,AK 99701, fax to (907) 456-3428 or email chris@tvtv.com with position opening in the subject field.

DEADLINE: 2009-01-25

Tanana Valley TV - Control Room Technician

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CONTROL ROOM TECHNICIAN TVTV seeks part time operator. TVTV is an equal opportunity employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidate must be able to work nights and weekends, have basic computer skills and is very detailed oriented.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to TVTV 3650 Braddock Street, Fairbanks,AK; fax to (907) 456-3428 or email chris@tvtv.com with position opening in the subject field.

DEADLINE: 2009-09-25

KBBI News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI Public Radio in Homer, Alaska is seeking an experienced newsperson who can maintain and foster a strong news department. The news director is responsible for all news department operations. Compensation: $34,000 to 40,000, DOE. This is a full-time exempt position with medical and leave benefits. Homer is located at the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, and is connected by road to Anchorage, which is 225 miles to the north. About 10,000 people live in KBBIs signal area, and 35,000 in the Kenai area. The region features a mild climate, a lively arts community, wildlife viewing, kayaking, sportfishing and other marine- and land-based recreational opportunities such as skiing and hiking on groomed trails or in the back country. We are situated on the shores of beautiful Kachemak Bay, a designated wildlife preserve.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Gather and produce quality news and public affairs programming of interest to Kenai Peninsula listeners. Produce news for three daily newscasts. Host a nightly newscast and weekly call-in program. Contribute to the Alaska Public Radio Network and other news services.

REQUIREMENTS:
Three years news journalism experience, preferably in public radio. Prior news director experience is preferred. Experience requirements may be waived at the discretion of the General Manager. Applicant must have excellent writing, announcing, production and computer skills. Applicant must be extremely self motivated and able to work a varied schedule, as needed, with little direct supervision. Must be able to train and supervise volunteer community producers.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume, references, cover letter, and audio samples of news stories and newscasts (mp3 or CD only) to: General Manager, KBBI, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK 99603. Or to dave@kbbi.org. The position is open until filled. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-31

KTVA, PT Studio Camera Op

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a PT STUDIO CAMERA OP. Scheduled hours fall between 4p and 11p and could include some hours on the weekends. KTVA is an EOE. This opening expires on 10/23/09.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines, and work with minimal supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resumes and/or applications to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-10-19

KTVA, Temp/PT Weekend Overnight Board Op.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a TEMP/PT WEEKEND OVERNIGHT BOARD OP. KTVA is an EOE. This opening expires on 10/23/09.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines, and work with minimal supervision. Previous master control experience a big plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resumes and/or applications to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-10-19

KTVA, Weekend Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a WEEKEND DIRECTOR. KTVA is an EOE. This opening expires on 10/23/09.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties will include but are not limited to some master control work, reviewing scripts and punching/calling live, fast-paced newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have previous experience in live news production such as master control or technical director experience. The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines, and work with minimal supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resumes and/or applications to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-10-23

Acct. Exec.-Anchorage Media Group

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing new business's as well as handling established accounts for KEAG-FM, KBRJ-FM, and KHAR-AM. This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD, PTO. Pay range: DOE Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments.)

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! We offer accredited sales training. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over. Final candidate will be required to pass a drug test before hiring.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit application or resume attention Lara Bickford, Human Resources. Drop to Anchorage Media Group at 301 Arctic Slope Avenue, Anchorage, AK 995518; fax to 907/275-2290 or email lara.bickford@anchoragemediagroup.com

DEADLINE: 2009-10-15

KTVF-TV, Managing Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF Channel 11 is accepting applications for a FT Managing Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate will have experience in broadcast news operations including, but not limited to: writing, rewriting, editing news stories for air, directing live and taped newscasts, assisting with set up and directing live remotes and special broadcasts. Should be familiar with linear and non linear editing. Experience with production switcher operation. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal employment opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-11-16

KTVF-TV Sales Acct Exec

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Creative self-starter needed to develop new business while growing existing account list.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills; computers skills a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Competitive benefits package. Send resume to KTVF Sales Manager, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-10-19

NNB-Anchorage Sales/Promotions

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters has a position open for FT Sales/Promotions Coordinator. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
SCOPE Supports sales and marketing managers by tracking, investigating, and reporting sales information as well as resolving problems. Work with Sales team on implementing sales of NTR packages and projects designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company to include presentations, business research. Support Sales team in data entry on contracts into Marketron. Develop promotional advertising and sales promotion programs. Help in the development, execution, creation and delivery of all station promotions, events and remotes, while working directly with Sales, Management and Program Directors. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES Prepares sales presentations by compiling data; developing presentation formats and materials. Update managers by consolidating, analyzing, and forwarding daily action summaries. Update and maintain Sales drive to include sold sponsorships, weather sponsors etc Prepare and assemble reports as needed or requested and assists with special projects. Perform filing, photocopying, and collating as requested. Set up of promotional events as required. Attend Promotional Meetings, take notes and distribute to staff as well as create one sheets for Sales staff Work with the GM/OM to present concerts and events. Create, develop and execute promotional ideas for the radio stations. Handle all NTR projects for the stations. Handle and implement promotional elements for the stations, including on-air giveaways, remotes, events and packages as directed by GM, OM and/or PD. Work with sales staff on promotional and NTR projects. Work with General Manager on station projects. Create, develop and execute on-air ideas and on-site promotions including signage, sponsorship possibilities, entry form information and giveaways for all radio stations. Accompany and assist talent at remote broadcasts. Work with public agencies as an NNB representative. Work with sales staff on promotional projects. Performs other duties as assigned or requested by General Manager, Operations Manager, Program Director and Accounting Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess a strong work ethic, be self motivated and want to become a member of Alaskas finest broadcast company. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations. Understanding of stations programming, promotions, station imaging and strategies. Knowledge of sales principles and practices. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Problem-solving ability and skills in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Knowledge of products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Knowledge Microsoft Programs to include Publisher, Powerpoint, Excel, Word and Outlook EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS College Degree preferred or equivalent work experience. A valid drivers license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send or drop off your resume immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501; or fax to (907) 522-6053.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-31

KTVF-TV Fairbanks Sales Account Exec

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF TV Sales Account Executive Creative self-starter needed to develop new business while growing existing account list. Competitive benefits package.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills; computers skills a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to KTVF Sales Manager, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-11-16

KTVF-TV Fairbanks, Production

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CREATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR KTVF-TV seeks a Creative Services Director to head our production department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities are to direct operations relating to commercial and promotion production and customer service.

REQUIREMENTS:
Television production experience is a must and qualified candidate should demonstrate strong leadership skills. Computer and videography skills are essential.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send tape and resume to: KTVF Human Resources, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-11-16

New Northwest Broadcasters-Anchorage

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC, a private held company that owns and operates over 30 stations in the Northwest including Alaska is looking for that unique person to add to its Interactive Department arsenal.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This person would oversee the Interactive Department and lead a team of webmasters to develop cutting edge revenue generating online platforms while maintaining the stations websites. Great benefits, 401k, and vacation is included. Compensation D.O.E.

REQUIREMENTS:
Previous HTML, Adobe Creative Suite, javascript, and other related web development experience is a MUST, radio sales and programming experience is a PLUS. This job does require relocation in Anchorage, AK.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email or send resume, and samples of your work to: nnbjoboffer@gmail.com Or Interactive Job Offer % Kyle McCoy, New Northwest Broadcasters 222 N 32nd St 10th Floor Billings, MT 59101 New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an EEOE. PLEASE NO SOLICITATIONS OR PHONE CALLS.

DEADLINE: 2009-01-23

KDBZ Anchorage Radio Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Buzz 102-1 (KDBZ) Anchorage, AK is seeking its first morning host! After several years of being totally automatedBuzz 102-1 is adding personalities to our Hot A/C format. The next spot to fill is an upbeat personality for morning drive.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a solo host rolewe have the news and weather already plugged in and were looking for someone to escort our listeners on their way from breakfast into the work day. As Buzz 102-1 growstheres always more to do. If you have promotion or programming experience it will be a great plus. If you love the great outdoors, enjoy the Hot A/C format, love getting out and meeting the community, can handle 19+ hours of sunshine in the summer and 6 hours of sunshine on the shortest days of winterif youre looking for a company which is privately owned, offers great benefits and opportunities to growthis may the opportunity for you.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your materials including resume, references, audio (air & production) as well as a short outline on how you would handle a solo host morning show to : New Northwest Broadcasters, Tom Oakes 833 Gambell Street Anchorage, AK 99501 For digital delivery you may send your materials to anchoragejobs@gmail.com or tom.oakes@nnbradio.com. Deadline for applications is August 14, 2009. Projected start date is mid-September 2009. New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is an equal opportunity employer. Check us out on-line at www.nnbradio.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-08-14

Coast Alaska Director of Engineering

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CoastAlaska, Inc. seeks a management team member to join our regional services staff as Director of Engineering to supervise engineers and maintain all aspects of radio broadcast engineering; including planning, installation, maintenance, repairs and compliance with FCC regulations. CoastAlaska is a regional support organization for seven public radio stations in Southeast Alaska. CoastAlaska provides administrative, financial, news, development and engineering services for the stations. Southeast Alaska is scenically beautiful with abundant outdoors opportunities in a wet and mild maritime climate. Deadline: Open until filled, with an initial screening on August 19, 2009. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Salary: Exempt, $45,000 to $60,000 annually, depending on experience, with a competitive benefit plan.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are seeking a good humored, energetic person with great organizational and people skills, as well as significant experience in broadcast engineering. Ideally, we are looking for someone who will enjoy working in an innovative public radio organization and bring strong verbal and written communication skills and a proven record in project-planning and implementation.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: To request a job description or to apply, please submit a letter of interest, your resume and three professional references by e-mail to apply@coastalaska.org. CoastAlaska is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-09-30

NNB Interactive Dept. Head

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC, a private held company that owns and operates over 30 stations in the Northwest including Alaska is looking for that unique person to add to its Interactive Department arsenal.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This person would oversee the Interactive Department and lead a team of webmasters to develop cutting edge revenue generating online platforms while maintaining the stations websites.

REQUIREMENTS:
Previous HTML, Adobe Creative Suite, javascript, and other related web development experience is a MUST, radio sales and programming experience is a PLUS. This job does require relocation in Anchorage, AK.

HOW TO APPLY:
Great benefits, 401k, and vacation is included. Compensation D.O.E. PLEASE NO SOLICITATIONS OR PHONE CALLS. Please email or send resume, and samples of your work to: nnbjoboffer@gmail.com Or Interactive Job Offer % Kyle McCoy, New Northwest Broadcasters 222 N 32nd St 10th Floor Billings, MT 59101 New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an EEOE.

DEADLINE: 2009-01-30

NNB Radio Account Execs-2

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for NNB ! In fact business is so good that NNB Radio is expanding its sales department and were looking for talented, bright energetic men and woman to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career youve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generates revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. Identify market potential by qualifying accounts. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Closes sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities overcoming objections preparing contracts. Expands sales on existing clients by intruding new products and services. Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contributes information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sells advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the stations listeners. Coordinates all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develops new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Updates job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
Presentation skills, internal communications, informing others, verbal communication, closing skills, motivation for sales, sales planning, territory management, prospecting skills, persistence, and meeting sales goals. Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations, sales principles and practices, products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Excellent negotiating, verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multi task and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS High school diploma. A valid drivers license PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
If youve ever thought even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaskas finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume to Jeff.Glaser@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053 All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-30

KTUU-TV Weekend Producer/Associate Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 News is seeking a qualified Producer. This is a full-time position for the weekends, entire schedule to be determined. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience producing television newscasts. We're looking for someone who possesses strong writing skills and creativity. Good news judgment is a must. The person we're looking for must also be aggressive and serious about covering hard news stories.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a resume and references to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Steve MacDonald, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-04

KTUU-TV Weekend News Anchor/TV & Web Reporter/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full-time opening for a Weekend News Anchor/TV & Web Reporter/Producer. Entire scheduled hours are to be determined. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The person we hire for this position will produce and anchor our top-rated weekend newscasts. During the week the job shifts to a general assignment reporting position for Channel 2 News and KTUU.COM.

REQUIREMENTS:
The person for this position needs to have at least two years experience in TV news as a reporter and anchor. Strong news writing skills are a must. Applicants must also possess good news judgment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a resume and references to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Steve MacDonald, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-04

Web Content Producer-KTVA

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA.com in Anchorage, Alaska is looking for a web content producer. KTVA is an EOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Position is required to generate, research and post news stories on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong writing skills and attention to detail a must. Journalism degree or background highly preferred. Full and part time hours are available.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume to sfeger@ktva.com Staci Feger News Director KTVA CBS 11 News 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 office: (907) 273-3115

DEADLINE: 2009-09-21

KSRM Radio Announcer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KSRM radio group is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Announcer/operator with our 5 radio stations serving the Kenai Peninsula area. KSRM is an EEO and does not discriminate in hiring practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or sex. All legal minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Understanding and operation of computers is mandatory. Work schedule will include weekdays and weekends and will require some evening control board operation.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified persons should submit resume and audition CD or mp3 to Jake Thompson, Program Director, KSRM, Inc. 40960 K-Beach Road, Kenai, Alaska 99611 or email: jakethompson@radiokenai.com

DEADLINE: 2009-09-30

KSKO-AM Gen Mgr

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KSKO-AM Public Radio, McGrath, Alaska General Manager Under the supervision of the Kuskokwim Public Broadcasting Corporations (KPBC) Board of Directors, the General Manager is the chief administrator/operator of the Public Radio Station, KSKO. Beginning salary: to $45,000 DOE. Health insurance provided, as well as annual vacation and sick leave. This position is a salaried management position. Closing Date: June 21, 2009 KPBC is an equal opportunity employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
KSKOs new manager will lead a small staff, broadcasting to a large area otherwise unserved. Other virtues sought in the successful candidate: proven fiscal management, fundraising skills, grant management knowledge. Familiarity with Alaska public broadcasting a plus.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications sought: Three years management experience in public or community radio. College degree preferred. Ability to work well with paid and volunteer staff, Listeners, and Board of Directors. To do well at this remote Alaskan public radio station, the successful candidate will need the following skills: mechanical, info-tech, automation system operation (Audio Vault), audio production. The job also requires a good basic understanding of radio engineering and electrical operations. On-air time goes with the job too!

HOW TO APPLY:
Inquiries about position and the lifestyle of rural Alaska welcome. Contact (907) 524-3001. To apply: submit a resume including work history with three references, cd and cover letter to: KPBC/KSKO Attn: General Manager Hiring Committee P. O. Box 70 McGrath, AK 99627 Or via email: ksko@mcgrathalaska.net Phone 907/524-3001

DEADLINE: 2009-06-21

KAYO radio sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Country Legends 100.9 KAYO-FM has come to the valley and now is your chance to join Alaskas fastest growing radio station. Country Legends 100.9 is expanding our advertising sales team and has an immediate opening for the right person. This position offers a starting salary with eventual transition to full commissions, a complete benefits package including medical and dental coverage and a 401K. Join the Country Legends team today and become a legend in your own career! Country Legends KAYO is an EEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for a business savvy, Valley-connected sales person who desires to grow rapidly with a rising tide of results driven advertisers.Successful outside sales experience is preferred with a strong preference for media sales experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume to scott.smith@morris.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-12-01

KVOK/KRXX Acct Exec Kodiak

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Account ExecutiveAdvertising Sales Representative Kodiak Island Broadcasting Co., AM 560 KVOK and KRXX 101.1 JACK FM, is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Account Executive to sell Radio Advertising. Kodiak Island Broadcasting Co. is an equal opportunity employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Position responsibilities include all aspects of creating, selling and implementing effective client and station advertising & promotional campaigns.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate maintains excellent customer relations and service. Sales experience is preferred but will train the right person. The ideal candidate must possess excellent communication skills, be confident, creative & organized, work well under pressure and is self motivated individual. Pay includes base salary, plus healthy monthly commission with tons of earnings potential, bonus structure and benefits.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are available at the station office or Job Services of Kodiak. Position is open until filled. To apply, submit applications, resume and letter of interest to 1315 Mill Bay Road Kodiak, AK 99615 Attention: Ellen or call (907) 486-5159. Email ellen@kvok.com

DEADLINE: 2009-12-29

KTVA-TV Online Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Position: Online Manager Hours: Fulltime / TBD Compensation: DOE supervisor: General Manager Position Open: Immediately Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc. is searching for its next Online Manager. The Online Manager will work closely with the General Manager in developing and executing online initiatives. We're looking for a quick learner with lots of ideas and energy. You'll find yourself involved in microsites, interactive graphics, blogs, widgets, mobile apps and video. You'll need to be on top of emerging trends and find out how the site and the organization can evolve by adopting those trends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties will include web maintenance, design, SEO, content distribution; supporting online news, sales and marketing initiatives; producing online content, developing additional online content opportunities and maximizing traffic opportunities.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience with Windows-based computers, HTML, XML, Javascripting, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver or Front Page. Experience with Flash, CSS and video editing is also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume and portfolio to: Jerry Bever, General Manager, Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. Or email to jbever@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-01-01

APTI--VP Finance & Admin

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Title: Vice President for Finance and Administration Reports To: President and General Manager FSLA Status: Exempt APTI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Summary Position Statement The Vice President for Finance and Administration is the organizations chief financial officer, primarily responsible for effective management of all financial, business and administrative systems and services. Employee Expectations The incumbent must be able to work in a constantly changing environment with demonstrated ability to juggle and prioritize multiple, competing tasks and demands and to seek supervisory assistance as appropriate. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include accurate color vision, close vision, and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are typical of an office environment and representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Directs and manages accounting and financial matters of the organization through supervision of the Finance Department; establishes and maintains internal controls to monitor and safeguard the assets of the organization. Guides development and administration of organization budget, including analyses and supporting narratives, as well as monitoring performance against budget. Develops financial accounting and reporting systems to support decision-making. Performs financial analyses of current and prospective initiatives. Oversees Human Resources, with responsibility for managing the performance review process and benefits administration. Directs preparation for annual audits and other audit activities; coordinates issuance of annual financial statements and preparation of tax returns. Serves as staff liaison to the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors. Supports the board Treasurer and attends all board of directors meetings. Ensures compliance with various granting agencies through administration of procedures and guidelines surrounding unrelated business income tax, property and sales taxes, and contribution management. Serves as member of senior management team responsible for establishing institutional policies, practices and overall direction. Supervise the following functions: Financial reporting and accounting. Development and administration of internal accounting controls. Human resource management processes and systems. Risk management. Contract administration. Grants administration and reporting. Building maintenance.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Qualifications Bachelors degree in Business Administration/Accounting/Finance or related field. Five years of financial management experience. Five years of managerial experience. Experience in managing grants and contracts. Desired Qualifications CPA or MBA/MPA preferred. Prior financial management experience with a non-profit organization. Prior management experience in a media organization, especially public media. Familiarity with public broadcasting institutions and processes. Essential Knowledge/Skills Business acumen. Solid leadership, supervisory, planning and organizational skills. Effective written and oral communication, presentation and problem-solving skills. Flexibility and sense of humor. Team building experience with collaborative management style. Strategic and analytical thinker. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with a variety of public and private organizations, board members, volunteers, vendors, staff and general public.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email to hr@alaskapublic.org (preferred) Mail - HR, 3877 University Dr, Anchorage AK 99508 Fax - HR (907) 550-8405 Cover letter, resume, and 3 to 5 references be submitted at the time of application.

DEADLINE: 2009-01-01

APTI Chief Technology Officer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Title: Chief Technology Officer Reports To: President and General Manager FSLA Status: Exempt APTI is an equal employment opportunity employer. APTI seeks a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to help lead its public service mission while transforming operations to reach new media platforms and audience consumption patterns. The CTO is the principal engineering and technical manager of a broad-based public media organization in Alaskas largest city. The CTO is a key member of a four-person management team also involving the President and General Manager, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Vice President for News and Public Media. APTI is the public radio and television service for Anchorage and surrounding communities. It is the operator of the statewide Alaska Public Radio Network, a collaborative enterprise involving 26 radio stations in the production and presentation of Alaska news, current affairs and cultural information. APTI is engaged in conversations with KTOO, Juneau and KUAC, Fairbanks about possible combination into a statewide organization aimed at transforming public media service in our large and diverse state.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Function The Chief Technology Officer is the principal engineering and technical manager of a public media organization operating facilities for KAKM-DT, KSKA-FM (HD), the Alaska Public Radio Network and related digital media. The CTO serves as chief technical officer and primary manager for the Goose Bay Joint Venture, an operational facility that contains transmitter facilities for commercial and public radio and television stations. The CTO, in association with others, maintains and operates a television and radio translator network and complimentary IT infrastructure. The CTO is the primary manager of technology partnerships involving other broadcast organizations as well as the State of Alaska. The CTO will plan, design, manage and build the facilities needed to deliver public media content to chosen audiences. The CTO will:  Manage, design, operate and maintain TV and radio transmitting facilities, assuring safe and compliant operations.  Manage broadcast and office IT systems and policies.  Be able to codify and implement technical policies and procedures for the company, assuring a safe and efficient environment for the station and its employees.  Have the requisite skills to manage and perform analysis and maintain high-power RF systems, microwave systems, computer network systems, and remote control systems.  Be able to manage digital editing systems, field acquisition systems and support production.  Apply industry standards and practices and interpret and implement FCC rules and regulations.  Work with the community, peers, management and board to assure that the company continues to operate in the public interest. Duties and Responsibilities  Directs and manages Engineering, Information Technology and Operations staff.  Assures the safety of the staff, contractors and the public at or around all company facilities.  Serves as a member of the senior management team, working collaboratively with other managers.  Plans, develops and manages complex real time computer systems and networks. Performs routine evaluation and maintenance of IT systems, including database maintenance.  Organizes and manages complex technical projects to build or maintain broadcast infrastructure.  Develops and monitors yearly Engineering, IT and Operations budget.  Develops and manages yearly capital budget.  Ensures maintenance of engineering and operations logs and reports.  Makes required FCC filings and maintains appropriate records.  Develops grant proposals for needed equipment and manages grants within approved limits.  Responsible for regulatory compliance for entire operation.  Sets up and operates unattended control room and transmitter environment.  As part of a team, does contingency planning necessary to keep systems on line in all situations.  Physical plant system design, operation and maintenance, including AC and HVAC.  Operates the stations in compliance with the FCC rules, safety regulations and company policies.  Provides engineering services to other organizations as may be required  Performs other work as directed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate will have the following skills and personal traits: 1. Leadership Have a demonstrated track record of effectively guiding, directing, and inspiring teams of people in organizations, making effective decisions, communicating effectively, and building team spirit, integrity and commitment. 2. Technological Competence Assurance and professional mastery of the evolving fields of engineering, information technology, technical operations, systems management, and content delivery methods. Ability to operate and maintain diverse broadcasting facilities and digital technology systems. 3. Industry Knowledge In a time of unprecedented change and number of new content development and delivery technologies, an understanding of media and how it works is critical, as is the experience and ability to manage regulatory and administrative demands. Direct, hands-on media leadership experience in the technical area (and proven success) is preferred. 4. Communication Skills Ability to reach out to internal and external constituencies to keep them informed of initiatives and needs. Strong sense of who to include in the decision-making process, what and how much information is needed. Able to effectively analyze data and share results in an appropriate time frame. 5. Results Orientation Express an overriding, consistent concern for achieving goals, making and meeting commitments, delivering results on schedule, looking for ways to do things more quickly, efficiently, and at lower costs, and a preference for describing ones performance in quantifiable terms describing their overall value added. Ability to prioritize and determine significance of a particular issue. Design and administer effective execution, with appropriate pre-determined success measures and time-posts. 6. Customer Orientation: Committed to engineering/operations as a service unit. Understanding that every individual and department in the organization as well as audience members and community stakeholders is a client of the engineering/operations department. 7. Team Building Proven ability to effectively attract, develop and get the most out of staff. Good judge of fit and potential. Able to adjust style as needed. Create respectful, effective work culture. Hold self and staff accountable. Able to adjust style as needed, collaborating, enrolling, delegating and directing as required by the situation. Required Qualifications  Bachelors degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related technical degree, or exceptional commensurate experience.  FCC General Radio Telephone License and/or SBE Certification.  Three years experience in managing progressively complex broadcast technology environment.  Demonstrated ability to manage complex technical projects, personnel and resources.  Written and oral communication skills. Desired Qualifications Demonstrated experience in:  Supervision of digital satellite systems operation; digital microwave operation, high power RF design and maintenance.  Computer network design and operations; technical database management and reconciliation.  Leadership of a multi-station and/or multi-ownership broadcast facilities.  Design and operation of high performance television editing systems.  Design and installation of analog and digital systems associated with radio operations.  Project management including the application of internal, external and contracted personnel, detail timeline management, and budget administration and review.  Facility interconnection including signal type and routing, bypass and restore systems; microwave and fiber interconnection; etc. Implement and modify system documentation as required. Employee Expectations The incumbent must be able to work in a constantly changing environment with demonstrated ability to juggle and prioritize multiple, competing tasks and demands and to seek supervisory assistance as appropriate. On occasion, this manager may be required to monitor the safety of service personnel on towers and other dangerous environments. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required include accurate color vision, close vision, and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment The work environment may include construction and repair at remote locations where weather may cause hardship and physical danger. Other environments contain high voltage, high RF and high heat situations that require appropriate safety discipline. Travel to sites may require the use of aircraft, off-highway vehicles and other non-traditional transportation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email to hr@alaskapublic.org (preferred) Mail - HR, 3877 University Dr, Anchorage AK 99508 Fax - HR (907) 550-8405 Cover letter, resume, and 3 to 5 references be submitted at the time of application.

DEADLINE: 2009-09-01

APTI VP Finance & Administration

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Title: Vice President for Finance and Administration Reports To: President and General Manager FSLA Status: Exempt APTI is an equal opportunity employer. Summary Position Statement The Vice President for Finance and Administration is the organizations chief financial officer, primarily responsible for effective management of all financial, business and administrative systems and services.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Directs and manages accounting and financial matters of the organization through supervision of the Finance Department; establishes and maintains internal controls to monitor and safeguard the assets of the organization. Guides development and administration of organization budget, including analyses and supporting narratives, as well as monitoring performance against budget. Develops financial accounting and reporting systems to support decision-making. Performs financial analyses of current and prospective initiatives. Oversees Human Resources, with responsibility for managing the performance review process and benefits administration. Directs preparation for annual audits and other audit activities; coordinates issuance of annual financial statements and preparation of tax returns. Serves as staff liaison to the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors. Supports the board Treasurer and attends all board of directors meetings. Ensures compliance with various granting agencies through administration of procedures and guidelines surrounding unrelated business income tax, property and sales taxes, and contribution management. Serves as member of senior management team responsible for establishing institutional policies, practices and overall direction. Supervisory Duties Supervise the following functions: Financial reporting and accounting. Development and administration of internal accounting controls. Human resource management processes and systems. Risk management. Contract administration. Grants administration and reporting. Building maintenance

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Qualifications Bachelors degree in Business Administration/Accounting/Finance or related field. Five years of financial management experience. Five years of managerial experience. Experience in managing grants and contracts. Desired Qualifications CPA or MBA/MPA preferred. Prior financial management experience with a non-profit organization. Prior management experience in a media organization, especially public media. Familiarity with public broadcasting institutions and processes. Essential Knowledge/Skills Business acumen. Solid leadership, supervisory, planning and organizational skills. Effective written and oral communication, presentation and problem-solving skills. Flexibility and sense of humor. Team building experience with collaborative management style. Strategic and analytical thinker. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with a variety of public and private organizations, board members, volunteers, vendors, staff and general public. Employee Expectations The incumbent must be able to work in a constantly changing environment with demonstrated ability to juggle and prioritize multiple, competing tasks and demands and to seek supervisory assistance as appropriate. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include accurate color vision, close vision, and ability to adjust focus. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are typical of an office environment and representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email to hr@alaskapublic.org (preferred) Mail - HR, 3877 University Dr, Anchorage AK 99508 Fax - HR (907) 550-8405 Cover letter, resume, and 3 to 5 references be submitted at the time of application.

DEADLINE: 2009-09-01

KTVA Account Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Account Manager Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc. is searching for an experienced outside advertising sales executive to join our team. We're looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to help businesses grow and succeed through better advertising plans. Requires a mind for marketing, research, and creative message development. Television airtime, video production, and on-line advertising sales opportunities are available. The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced, professional and stable sales environment with an excellent support staff, tools, and resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include servicing and selling to existing agency and direct clients, with a major emphasis on new direct account development. The work of the sales cycle includes prospecting and lead development, appointment setting, sales consultation, proposal preparation and presentation, closing,execution, and working with the traffic and billing system, all the way through the Accounts Receivable collections process.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Office programs, good written and verbal communications skills, and professional work habits. College degree and relative experience preferred, and the successful candidate must also have reliable transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume to: KTVA CBS-11 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206., Anchorage. AK 99503. Or via email to lbruce@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Location: Anchorage Available: Immediately FT

DEADLINE: 2009-09-20

General Manager-KRBD

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Rainbird Community Broadcasting is seeking a General Manager for KRBD, a CoastAlaska member station in southern southeast Alaska. KRBD-FM enjoys strong community support and has many volunteers providing content and fundraising activities support. The Ketchikan area climate is wet, surprisingly mild and the physical environment is wild and spectacular. Mountains, water and rainforest dominate the landscape. Wildlife and recreational opportunities abound.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The General Manager is responsible for the leadership and management of KRBD with attention to operational efficiency through strategic planning, budget oversight, and collaboration with multiple agencies. As a highly visible community leader, it is expected that the general manager will provide exceptional effort in the fundraising activities of KRBD and lead the effort in HD multicast signal expansion. Position responsibilities include: Overall management of KRBD staff, including motivation, training and evaluation. Leading role in soliciting funds for KRBD, including membership pledge drives and direct mail campaigns, underwriting, grant funding and special events fundraising. Maintaining FCC compliance Budget development and management Developing new services, including additional multicast radio channels Working closely with regional staff to implement cost saving measures and operational efficiencies Management of the KRBD facilities; including studios and offices building, transmitter and adjoining rental properties Administering grants and contracts with federal, state, and other agencies Represents KRBD-FM to industry organizations and the public KRBD is a member of CoastAlaska, Inc., a regional non-profit public broadcasting organization consisting of seven stations. CoastAlaska provides administrative, financial, development, engineering and technical support services to member stations. KRBD is locally owned and operated with support from CoastAlaska. KRBD is a member of National Public Radio, Public Radio International and the Alaska Public Radio Network.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
For a position description or to apply send cover letter, resume and references to: gm.krbd@coastalaska.org KRBD is and equal opportunity employer. Salary range is $45,000-$55,000 with competitive benefits package. Position is open until filled with first screening on March 16, 2009.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

NNB Market Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Market Coordinator FT Market Coordinator to join our team. Coordinate contracts & billing, post AR payments, collections, supervise support staff, maintain HR files, & payroll. Proficiency with Excel & Word; strong communication, organizational, & problem solving skills; ability to work independently, multitask, handle pressures & deadlines. Office Administration and Supervisory experience is req. Competitive salary & Benefit package. EEO

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to NNB Radio Attn: General Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Ste A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or email to perry.walley@nnbradio.com

DEADLINE: 2009-03-24

JOB DESCRIPTION:
TV Advertising Sales Executive We are seeking an experienced broadcast sales individual to manage a lucrative and established account list. The successful candidate will have excellent customer service skills plus the ability to establish new client relationships. Salary plus commissions and benefit package. EOE

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume and letter of interest to Sean Bradley Alaska's SuperStation 2700 E. Tudor Road Anchorage, AK 99507 or e-mail to jobs@aksuperstation.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

Superstation TV Ad Sales Exec

JOB DESCRIPTION:
TV Advertising Sales Executive We are seeking an experienced broadcast sales individual to manage a lucrative and established account list. The successful candidate will have excellent customer service skills plus the ability to establish new client relationships. Salary plus commissions and benefit package. EOE

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume and letter of interest to Sean Bradley Alaska's SuperStation 2700 E. Tudor Road Anchorage, AK 99507 or e-mail to jobs@aksuperstation.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

VP News APTI

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Vice President, News and Public Media for Alaska Public Telecommunications Inc., operator of KAKM-TV, Channel 7; KAKM-FM 91.1 and the Alaska Public Radio Network. Position is open until March 24, 2009

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for operation, production and programming on all of APTIs public media platforms, including KSKA public radio, KAKM public television, the Alaska Public Radio Network, and Internet services. The VP, News and Public Media is responsible for all finished media products developed and distributed by APTI, in keeping with the companys mission and while upholding journalistic ethics. The VP News and Public Media will converge APTIs historically separate public media services into a blended multiplatform service using the unique strengths of each platform in an additive way. The VP, News and Public Media will develop blended one-to-many and many-to-many media services that create a unique space for intellectual and cultural enrichment tailored to the interests and needs of the Anchorage metro community and a broader Alaskan audience.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Qualifications Four-year college degree from a nationally-accredited institution. Proven staff management experience of 5 years. Good writing and speaking communication skills. Strong ability to prioritize activities against a broad set of mission goals; must be able to pick out critical path activities from ideal or additional activities. Experience developing and monitoring departmental budgets. 5 years experience in journalism, broadcasting and/or media production. 3 years experience managing news and/or media production operations. Desired Qualifications Preference given for Bachelors or Masters degree in journalism, communications, or broadcasting. Knowledge of Alaska communities, history, and cultures. On-air experience in radio and/or television. Experience with a variety of social media (Internet) technologies and platforms, such as web sites, e-mail, Twitter, SMS, wikis, forums, blogs. Experience with graphics, video and audio editing software. Experience with digital media gathering devices and systems (e.g. microphones and recording gear, still and video cameras, web software). Strong experience with core office management software tools (e.g. Microsoft Office or equivalent). Team player with a track record of success under pressure. Can-do spirit and sense of humor. For complete job description please go to: www.kska.org/aboutus/employment

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, please send resume, cover letter and contact information for three professional references to: hr@alaskapublic.org or Human Resources, Alaska Public Telecommunications, 3877 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508. AK Public Telecommunications is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-03-24

Sr. Acct. - APTI

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Senior Accountant for Alaska Public Telecommunications Inc., operator of KAKM-TV, Channel 7; KAKM-FM 91.1 and the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN). Salary dependent upon experience. Benefits include: health insurance, 401(K) plan, generous paid-time-off (PTO) policy. Great working environment. Position will remain open until filled. APTI is an equal opportunity employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the general accounting functions of the organization and administration of the computerized accounting system. Assists Chief Financial Officer with financial reporting and budget development and monitoring. Leads other accounting department staff in accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Responsible for payroll tax reporting and financial reporting for grants.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Qualifications A Bachelors degree in business administration or related field and two (2) years of paid professional experience in financial management and/or accounting is required including experience with computerized accounting systems and Microsoft Office software applications Excel and Word. Successful candidate must pass background check. Desired Qualifications Preference given for Bachelors degree in Accounting, Masters degree and/or CPA certificate, and experience in the following areas: report writing in computerized accounting systems, preparation of audit work papers for non-profit organization, financial reporting for grants, supervision of accounting staff, budget development and monitoring. Experience in and/or knowledge of public media.

HOW TO APPLY:
For complete job description please go to: http://kska.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/senior-accountant.pdf Interested candidates should provide a resume and cover letter describing how you qualify for the position and contact information for three (3) professional references to: Human Resources Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. 3877 University Drive Anchorage, AK 99508 or email to: hr@alaskapublic.org

DEADLINE: 2009-06-17

TV Sales KATN

JOB DESCRIPTION:
OPENING TO START APRIL 15th: If you enjoy meeting new people, using your creativity and generating positive results for customers, KATN Channel 2, Fairbanks has an opening for a full-time television sales person. Were looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, the ability to organize their work day and establish client relationships. Salary is $2,000/mo Base, + 10% commission on sales. Benefits including downtown parking lot privileges, with medical insurance and 401K plans available. Position to start on April 15th.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Media sales experience is preferred, but not necessary. Applicant must have a valid Alaska Drivers License and reliable transportation. Experience in using Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume and letter of interest to: Kip Harmon, Station Manager, KATN Channel 2 via e-mail (kharmon@aksuperstation.com) or by fax (456-8225). KATN is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2009-04-13

KCFT TV Sports Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KCFT FamilyNet Television Channel 19 & 35 is Alaska's Local Sport Leader and is the home for UAA Men's & Women's Basketball, Alaska Wild Football, & Anchorage Glacier Pilots Baseball. We have an opening in our Sales Department! We want to expand our local sports broadcasts and we need a high energy, goal driven sales staff to help us! Do you work hard to create positive relationships with others? Are you confident in your ability to approach potential advertisers? Do you take ownership and seek to be dependable? Do you take initiative to make things happen? Here's the key, are you a Christian? If so, you may be the right candidate for an Account Executive position with KCFT TV.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The stamina for multi-tasking is essential to your success. You will be compensated for the revenue you are able to generate. The sky is the limit! Must have experience calling on local businesses in advertising/marketing sales, a positive attitude, be goal driven, and have a professional demeanor.

HOW TO APPLY:
If this opportunity is the challenge youve been looking for, please e-mail your resume to Kathleen@kafc.org or fax your resume to 907-333-9851. Christian Broadcasting, Inc. is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

Christian Broadcasting Radio TV Admin Asst

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaskas #1 Christian Radio and Television stations are looking for a part-time administrative assistant to the KATB, KAFC, and KCFT staff with radio program preparation and edits, audio and video downloads, and other administrative duties.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for a ministry minded & detailed oriented person to become apart of our team! Creation of Website, MySpace and Facebook sites a plus! Hours are Monday thru Friday 9AM to 12PM.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are available at the Radio Espresso on the corner of Northern Lights & Boniface in Anchorage. Christian Broadcasting, Inc. is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

KAFC Radio Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
According to Broadcast Media Solutions KAFC 93.7 is the #5 station in Anchorage with People 18-34! Why not forget the rest and work for the best? This is your chance put your skills and abilities to use for an organization that is dedicated to improving peoples lives instead of for a company that is only concerned about their bottom line. Do you work hard to create positive relationships with others? Are you confident in your ability to approach potential advertisers? Do you take ownership and seek to be dependable? Do you take initiative to make things happen? Here's the key, are you a Christian? If so, you may be the right candidate for an Account Executive position with KAFC 93.7.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The stamina for multi-tasking is essential to your success. You will be compensated for the revenue you are able to generate. The sky is the limit! Must have experience calling on local businesses in advertising/marketing sales, a positive attitude, be goal driven, and have a professional demeanor.

HOW TO APPLY:
If this opportunity is the challenge youve been looking for, please e-mail your resume to Kathleen@kafc.org or fax your resume to 907-333-9851. Christian Broadcasting, Inc. is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

KTUU-TV Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska's top news station is searching for a producer and a newsroom leader. This position is for one of our early evening newscasts. Channel 2 News is Alaska's number one source for news. We broadcast in the state's largest city as well as statewide. Many of the stories we broadcast are the kind you won't find anywhere else. They are unique. From erupting volcanoes to life in Alaska Native villages. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Position requires solid news judgement, strong writing skills and an eye for good video. Organizational and good people skills are also a requirement.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume, DVD and samples of your writing to: KTUU-TV Attn: Steve Mac Donald 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220 Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-04-27

KIYU News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Radio Station KIYU in Galena, Alaska is looking for an Operations / News Director. Salary $30,000-$35,000 DOE plus benefits. Position open until filled.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have 3 recent years experience in radio production and on-air work. Must also have a good working knowledge of computers and the web.

HOW TO APPLY:
Resume and references to General Manager, KIYU, P.O. Box 165, Galena, AK 99741. For more information call (907)656-1488, Fax (907) 656-1734, Email: kiyuradio@gmail.com. EOE

DEADLINE: 2009-10-01

Admin Asst NNB Fairbanks

JOB DESCRIPTION:
FT Admin Asst to join our team. Front Desk Reception.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Answers/Directs Phone calls, Greets Visitors, Assists with Sales Presentations, Prepares Bank Deposit, Sorts Mail, and Filing.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong communication, organizational, and multi-tasking skills required. Office experience preferred. Salary $11-12/hr. DOE & Benefit package.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to NNB Radio Attn: GM, 819 1st Ave., Ste A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or email Fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com EEO

DEADLINE: 2009-04-18

Reporter-KCAW FM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
RAVEN RADIO NEWS REPORTER. Reporting and news hosting at the community public radio station in Sitka, Alaska.Permanent, full-time, with competitive benefits. Salary range $31,730 to $42,500. Position open until filled. Raven Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, or a comparable degree plus two years of experience in broadcast or print Journalism. Prior radio experience is preferred. Applicants should have the ability to work independently under deadline pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
E-mail applications are encouraged. Send cover letter, resume, and links to published audio pieces to news@kcaw.org, or mail to Robert Woolsey, News Director, KCAW-FM, 2 Lincoln Street, Ste. B, Sitka, AK 99835.

DEADLINE: 2009-07-01

KTUU-TV News Associate Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska's top TV news station is looking for a full-time Associate Producer. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is an entry-level position assisting in the production of our nightly newscasts. Work schedule is to be determined. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered.

REQUIREMENTS:
We're looking for someone who is serious about local news and is considering a career in journalism. News writing experience and knowledge of the Internet a major plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email resume & cover letter (in Word doc format) to stevem@ktuu.com or send to: KTUU-TV Attn: Steve Mac Donald, News Director 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-05-08

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is seeking qualified candidate to fill the position of Production Director for its Anchorage, Alaska four station cluster. New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on New Northwest Broadcasters, check out our web site at www.nnbradio.com.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal person for this position will have strong production skills, will be overseeing the clusters production department, working with the sales department and clients to achieve ultimate success through creative, unique commercial production as well as directing the clusters programming staff on production and work with the traffic and administration staff on required paperwork. This position will also include an on-air shift on KXLW 96.3 The Wolf Alaskas Untamed Radio! The NNB Anchorage cluster also includes Rhythmic CHR KFAT, Adult Hits KBBO FM and Hot A/C KDBZ. Experience in Classic Rock, Country and/or Hot A/C formats would be beneficial.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Persons interested in this position may send their audio samples, resume and references to Tom Oakes, New Northwest Broadcasters LLC, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. Materials may also be sent to anchoragejobs@gmail.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-07-01

NNB Radio Production

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is seeking qualified candidate to fill the position of Production Director for its Anchorage, Alaska four station cluster. New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on New Northwest Broadcasters, check out our web site at www.nnbradio.com.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal person for this position will have strong production skills, will be overseeing the clusters production department, working with the sales department and clients to achieve ultimate success through creative, unique commercial production as well as directing the clusters programming staff on production and work with the traffic and administration staff on required paperwork. This position will also include an on-air shift on KXLW 96.3 The Wolf Alaskas Untamed Radio! The NNB Anchorage cluster also includes Rhythmic CHR KFAT, Adult Hits KBBO FM and Hot A/C KDBZ. Experience in Classic Rock, Country and/or Hot A/C formats would be beneficial.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Persons interested in this position may send their audio samples, resume and references to Tom Oakes, New Northwest Broadcasters LLC, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. Materials may also be sent to anchoragejobs@gmail.com.

DEADLINE: 2009-07-01

KTVA PT Graphics Op

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a PT WEEKEND GRAPHICS OP. Photoshop experience preferred. Deko experience a plus. Duties include creating graphics for evening newscasts and spell checking. KTVA is an EOE. This job opening posting expires May 26, 2009.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to KTVA Attn: Operations Manager > 1007 W. 32nd Ave. > Anchorage, AK 99503.

DEADLINE: 2009-05-26

KUAC General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
SUMMARY: The University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) seeks an experienced broadcast executive ready to take the helm of Alaska's national award-winning public radio and television stations and to lead the multifaceted organization in the transition to the next generation of broadcasting. The General Manager provides leadership for KUAC FM and TV, as well as Alaska One (a programming consortium of three public TV stations). The General Manager also leads regional and statewide public broadcasting activities and takes a key role in leading the educational TV operation for the University of Alaska System statewide. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action: The University of Alaska is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution. Public Disclosure: Your application for employment with the University of Alaska is subject to public disclosure under the Alaska Public Records Act. Immigration Reporting and Control Act: Person(s) hired by the University of Alaska must comply with the provisions of the Federal Immigration Reporting and Control Act of 1986 and must possess a valid social security card. All foreign nationals must provide proof of eligibility to work. A job must qualify as a "specialty occupation" to be eligible for sponsorship of a U.S. H-1B visa petition.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lead a team of dynamic and seasoned professionals; develop long range goals, budgets, and actively maintain the mission, vision and values of KUAC for a sustainable future; act as a spokesperson for KUAC and public broadcasting; take a collaborative leadership role in statewide Public TV and radio consortia; champion and enhance a best practices fundraising and development program that currently includes successful partnerships and an outstanding history of community support; capitalize on new funding opportunities; represent the stations on a policy and legislative level with state, regional and national professional and regulatory organizations; encourage university student involvement in station activities; serve as a leader and liaison with Alaska educators and the Alaska broadcast community to further public broadcasting mission in Alaska in cooperation with the mission of the University of Alaska.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have an outstanding record of progressively responsible senior-level management and budget experience; demonstrable leadership skills; ability to define, communicate and implement comprehensive plans for transition and sustainability; ability to articulate the mission of public broadcasting. Should understand and be supportive of the strategic application and implementation of current and emerging technologies applicable to KUAC's environment/market. Background should show evidence of numerous successful experiences working collaboratively across institutional and political boundaries and developing strong, creative teams of associates, including management, creative, engineering, operations and administrative staff. Must have a strong understanding of FCC rules and regulations and a successful record of working with state and federal broadcast organizations and regulatory agencies is required. Must have proven knowledge and experience in fundraising and development activities. Typical education or training required for this position (including licenses).Must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited program. Five to ten years progressively responsible senior-level management and budget experience, preferably in public broadcasting. Familiarity with statewide public broadcasting collaborations and academic environments is desirable. A bachelor's degree in business, management, or communications/broadcasting is preferred. An advanced degree is desirable.

HOW TO APPLY:
www.uakjobs.com, then click on EXECUTIVE. Please attach a: a. Resume or vita b. Cover letter c. 5 professional references to include name, email, phone including 2 current/previous supervisors. d. Philosophy statement that addresses the following question: Describe your vision of the ideal public radio and television station (please limit your answer to 500 words or less).

DEADLINE: 2009-07-31

KTVA PT Camera/Master Control

JOB DESCRIPTION:
PT MORNING CAMERA/MASTER CONTROL OP. Schedule is early morning, so the applicant must be punctual and dependable. KTVA is an EEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties include running studio camera for our morning newscast and catching feeds/airing shows in master control.

REQUIREMENTS:
MCO experience strongly preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attn: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 Fax 273-3189

DEADLINE: 2009-06-21

KTVA PT Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
PT WEEKEND STUDIO CAMERA OP. Schedule could include some weekdays. The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. KTVA is an EEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines, and work with minimal supervision.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attn: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 Fax 273-3189

DEADLINE: 2009-06-21

KTVA Temp PT Graphics Op

JOB DESCRIPTION:
TEMP. PT WEEKEND GRAPHICS OP. Position to cover the summer until mid-August. KTVA is an EEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include creating graphics for evening newscasts and spell checking.

REQUIREMENTS:
Photoshop experience preferred. Deko experience a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attn: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 Fax 273-3189

DEADLINE: 2009-06-21

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for New Northwest Broadcasters! In fact business is so good that NNB Radio is expanding its sales department and were looking for talented, bright energetic men and woman to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career youve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If youve ever thought even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaskas finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume to Jeff.Glaser@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053

DEADLINE: 2009-07-22

NNB Radio - Anchorage

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for New Northwest Broadcasters! In fact business is so good that NNB Radio is expanding its sales department and were looking for talented, bright energetic men and woman to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career youve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If youve ever thought even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaskas finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume to Jeff.Glaser@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053

DEADLINE: 2009-07-22

KTUU-TV News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Were offering an exciting opportunity for a hard working, self-starting reporter to become part of Alaskas strongest TV news team. Channel 2 News, which has dominated TV news in Alaska for more than two decades has a full-time opening for a general assignment reporter. This is not an entry-level position. We may be ranked as market #150, but because of our staff size and commitment to quality we are more like a top 50 station. We have no shortage of incredible stories to coverfrom Sarah Palin and politics to global warming and polar bears. Its a chance for someone to chronicle life in the Last Frontier while experiencing some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Salary range is $32,000 - $35,000 and full benefits are offered. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Were looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience in a commercial station. Applicants must be strong writers with good news sense and possess a natural curiosity for every day events.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume DVD to: KTUU-TV Attn: Steve Mac Donald 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2008-12-29

News Reporter-KTOO

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTOO-FM, public radio in Juneau, AK, seeks an experienced News Reporter to produce local and state news stories and host local newscasts. Please submit letter of interest, resume with references, news writing samples and audio files of produced stories that have aired in a newscast. Apply via e-mail to pos1@ktoo.org. Open until filled. First screening is January 16, 2009. KTOO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
e-mail

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

TV Reporter-KTVA

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a Reporter to join its strong news team. A college degree in Broadcast Communications or Journalism is requird, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred. You'll be responsible for generating; researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis. High work ethics and standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective. KTVA is an EOE. This job listing expires 2/23/09.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume and DVD or VHS tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier News Director, CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Ave, Anchorage AK 99503.

DEADLINE: 2009-02-23

General Manager-KBRW

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Vice President & General Manager, KBRW AM & FM, Barrow, Alaska. These are non-profit Community Radio Stations, with 5 translators broadcasting across the North Slope. These stations are the North Slopes only full-service radio stations. Person hired will work with Board of Directors and employees to bring these stations new ideas and the next level of digital broadcasting, while maintaining current service to the listeners. Must have very strong financial background with administrative knowledge of CPB & State Grants and their reporting requirements. Knowledge of fundraising and grant writing also required. Must be computer literate. A background in audio/electronics is also helpful. Must be able to live in a multi-cultural community. Position comes with salary, housing and other benefits. Hire date for this position is June 18, 2009. Position open until filled. Silakkuagvik Communications, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Resumes may be submitted to Manager Search, KBRW, P.O. Box 109, Barrow, AK 99723, faxed to 907-852-2274 or email/more information to gm@kbrw.org 907-852-6811.

DEADLINE: 2009-04-20

Photojournalist-KTVA

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking an experienced photojournalist who will be responsible for capturing compelling images and sound as well as work with a reporter to put the best possible story on air. The candidate will be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment, and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50lbs of equipment for extended periods of time. The ideal candidate would be an all around player, willing to write as well as shoot and edit. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver's license and have a clean driving record. KTVA is an EOE. This job posting expires 3/5/09.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to: Scott Smith Chief Photographer, CBS 11 News 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-03-05

Full Time Graphics Operator-KTVA

JOB DESCRIPTION:
FT GRAPHICS OP KTVA has an opening available for a FT GRAPHICS OP. Photoshop experience strongly preferred. Deko experience a plus. Duties include creating graphics for evening newscasts and light web duties. This listing expires on 2/23/08. KTVA is an equal opportunity employer

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2009-02-23

Sales - NNB

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for New Northwest Broadcasters! In fact business is so good that NNB Radio in Anchorage is expanding its sales department and were looking for talented, bright energetic men and woman to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. If youve ever thought even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaskas finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume to Jeff.Glaser@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053 All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career youve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
By mail to: NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume to Jeff.Glaser@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053

DEADLINE: 2009-03-31

Media Sales-TVT&R

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Experienced media sales positions open. Tanana Valley Television and Radio - an equal employment opportunity.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
General Manager, Chris Fry, 907/452-3697

DEADLINE: 2009-06-01

KTUU-TV Operations Crew Member

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Operations cross-trains its crew members in order to a) allow flexibility in covering crew positions during absences, b) staff the department seven days/week, and c) allow career growth opportunities for Operations employees. WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, hours to be determined RATE OF PAY: Depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Initial training includes orientation to the language and processes used at KTUU in live television news production and familiarization with all aspects of our semi-automated technical plant. In-depth, systematic training would follow for operation of each production device and each of the computerized systems tying those devices together.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants should have a strong background in video production, including a minimum of one-year experience in the technical aspects of video and audio production. Applicants should have prior experience in operating television cameras, because even though KTUU's studio cameras are robotic and operated by remote, computerized control, the aesthetic "eye" and skills required to quickly execute a properly-framed shot are the same for robotic as for manually-operated cameras, but such skills are difficult to acquire operating only robotic cameras. Applicants should have experience with Windows-based software, should have strong keyboarding skills and the ability to spell correctly. Because both the video medium itself and most of the broadcast-quality equipment used to produce and control video and audio require excellent eyesight, applicants must have eyesight correctable to 20/20. Familiarity with on-air broadcast operations a big plus, since many Operations crew members also cover one or more master control board shifts.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-11-25

KTUU-TV Associate Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Channel 2 News, Alaskas first choice for news and information, is seeking a full-time Associate Producer. This position provides a great foot in the door at the top-rated television news station. Ideal for recent college graduates with a journalism or communications degree or for those working toward a degree in a related field. Pay depends on experience and this position offers a full benefits package. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Youll learn to navigate our extensive archive system, assist in writing stories and help in the production of the nightly newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Associate Producers work an evening shift, 1:30-10:30 pm, Monday through Friday. We are looking for a dependable team player!

HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a resume, cover letter and references to: KTUU-TV, Aniela Whah-Wills- Executive Producer, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or E-mail to awhah@ktuu.com . Word document format is preferred.

DEADLINE: 2008-08-29

KTUU-TV Business Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Northern Lights Media (KTUU-TV). is looking for the right individual to serve as a key member of its management team. The business manager has a lead role in strategic planning, forecasting, and development of new business directions. RATE OF PAY: DOE, a full benefits package is available with this position NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Will manage all financial aspects of the company, under the guidance of the general manager and corporate officers. This person is responsible for assisting in the planning, coordination and administration of business operations including accounting, budgeting, financial analysis, credit, collections, tax, regulatory compliance, banking relationships and risk management. The business manager has responsibility for general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, billing, fixed assets, and preparation of financial statements. The business manager works with department heads and the general manager to proactively identify cost savings and maximize operating income and profit.

REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor of Science degree in accounting or business required, with CPA certification and/or MBA preferred. Five or more years of comparable experience in a management role preferred. Excellent communication, organizational and mentoring skills as well as superior working knowledge of accounting principles, ability to accurately prepare and analyze financial statements using a variety of PC software including proficiency with Microsoft Office products and good 10-key skills required. Experience with Microsoft Great Plains software preferred. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, detail oriented, enthusiastic, conscientious and able to effectively lead by example. We are looking for someone with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple tasks and deadlines and with the capacity to get along with others and communicate effectively with employees at all levels of the organization.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to: KTUU-TV Personnel Director 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220 Anchorage, AK 99503 Or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-08-29

KTUU-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is seeking a News Producer for the Channel 2 Late Edition. We are looking for a news junky with an independent spirit and the ability to write crisp copy.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience on a news desk is preferred. A strong commitment to ethics and the ability to recognize developing stories is essential. Be prepared to take a writing test!

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume along with a cover letter explaining your news philosophy to: awhah@ktuu.com Or mail to: KTUU-TV Aniela Whah-Wills, Executive Producer 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220 Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2008-08-29

KTUU-TV Broadcast Traffic

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is looking for applicants with broadcast traffic experience to work in sales support. WORK SCHEDULE: FT, Monday Friday, 8:00 am 5:00 pm RATE OF PAY: DOE, position offers a full benefits package Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are necessary.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to doris@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-09-05

KTUU-TV Web Managing Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you an online wordsmith? If so, KTUU Channel 2 News is seeking applicants for the position of Web Managing Editor. KTUU is Alaska's dominant television news source. This is a full-time position with the opportunity for overtime. Work schedule is Monday Friday, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Pay depends on experience, position offers a full benefits package. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal candidate will be able to multitask well and manage a small staff. He or she can write snappy headlines, produce and report breaking news, repackage on-air content for an online audience and play a role in further developing one of Alaska's leading sources of online information.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have strong background writing and editing. Ability to self-manage is critical. Ideas and vision on the future of Web journalism are a must for this position. Some experience working with Content Management Systems, Photoshop and other Adobe software is preferable. This is not an entry-level position. A four-year degree is required, preferably in journalism or related field.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should send a resume, including references, and cover letter to: Steve Mac Donald, News Director Channel 2 News 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, Alaska 99503 Applicants may also e-mail resumes and cover letters in .doc or .pdf format to stevem@ktuu.com. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2008-09-15

KTUU-TV Web Writer-Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Can you summarize a three-minute broadcast news story in one lively, accurate sentence and headline? Do you know Associated Press style, proper sentence structure and print-Web style writing? If so, KTUU-TV and Channel 2 News are looking for you. KTUU is Alaskas most trusted television news source and Anchorages NBC affiliate. KTUU.com, the award-winning Web site for Channel 2 News, is currently accepting applications for a full-time Web Writer-Producer. This position is a great opportunity to break into Alaska journalism with an established and well-respected news source. Pay depends on experience and position offers a full benefits package. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA,INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
*This is a nighttime position and may require some overtime work. *Applicants should be able to work 40-hour weeks with weekend availability. *Successful applicants will demonstrate a working knowledge of editing and news writing, a passion for current events and a commitment to accuracy. *The ideal candidate holds a degree in journalism or related field. *You have some experience working with Photoshop and other Adobe programs. *You are a quick learner, can type well and know your way around the Net. *Graphics editing, video digitizing and mastering our content management system required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should send a resume, including references, and cover letter to: Eric Adams, Web Managing Editor Channel 2 News 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, Alaska 99503 Applicants may also e-mail resumes and cover letters in .doc or .pdf format to eadams@ktuu.com. No phone calls please!

DEADLINE: 2008-08-25

KTUU-TV News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Channel 2 in Anchorage, Alaskas leading television news station, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of News Director. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate must have strong leadership skills, a high standard of journalistic integrity, be able to create and manage an efficient annual budget and lead our news operation to maximize opportunities in the rapidly changing multi-platform news media environment.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidate should have a Journalism degree and have experience working in a television news operation for a minimum of 7 years. Must have a valid AK drivers license with a good driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Al Bramstedt, General Manager, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488.

DEADLINE: 2008-06-27

KTUU-TV Station General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is seeking qualified applicants for the position of General Manager. Schurz Communications Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate will be able to blend the attributes that have resulted in KTUUs success as a dominant #1 station with the ability to lead change in a rapidly evolving multi-platform media environment. This includes the demonstrable ability to improve operating results through a focus on efficiently creating a quality product and producing positive results for clients. Must be innovative in maximizing the skills of talented employees by creating and executing strategic plans. This position requires a strong business and community leader who holds him/herself and the station staff accountable for actions.

REQUIREMENTS:
Schurz Communications Inc., as the parent company, gives its operating heads significant independence. KTUUs next General Manager must be able to demonstrate the highest levels of professional integrity and ethics. Candidates should have previous television management experience and a bachelors degree, work with high functioning sales & news departments and have a keen understanding of FCC rules & regulations. Must have a valid AK drivers license with a good driving record. Pre-employment drug screen required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488.

DEADLINE: 2008-07-31

KTUU-TV News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Top 10 reasons you should apply to KTUU-TV/Channel 2 News: 10) You`re an exceptional reporter with at least two years experience. You enterprise stories and have the desire to become not just a better reporter, but a real storyteller. 9) You want to work with the best photographers in television news. We have 12 great photojournalists all dedicated to the highest standards of the NPPA. In fact we were the NPPA Station of the year in 2006. 8) We don`t do one man bands. 7) You want the best tools. KTUU has a state-of-the art dual path satellite truck, microwave van, and even a portable satellite uplink. Why? 6) Because you like to travel, and so do we. In the past 16 months we have traveled to Indonesia, Louisiana, Cape Canaveral, Hawaii, Chicago, Minnesota, Vietnam, Mississippi, North Dakota and Las Vegas in pursuit of stories important to Alaskans. That`s not to mention the travel to all points inside the State of Alaska, which is more than twice the size of Texas! 5) You`re not a market snob. You`re smart enough to know that market size has nothing to do with quality of work, or quality of life. Our newsroom is staffed with more than 45 top-notch reporters, anchors, producers, assignment editors and managers. This is not a small newsroom and we typically hire from larger markets than our own. Why did 20-year veteran Mike Ross recently move from New Orleans to Anchorage? Call him and ask him! (907) 762-9248 4) No consultants. Really, thats a good thing. We dominate our market like no other station in the country. Our management team has more than 100 years of combined experience in the market. Our style is more like the network than the typical local television news station. We value substance over sizzle. 3) You have a need for adventure and want to live in a place that has world class fishing, skiing, biking, running, mountain climbing, hiking...etc. You know you must see Alaska. Why not live here and experience it? 2) You dont like paying state income taxes or sales taxes. Alaska has neither. But it does have all the major stores you like: Best Buy, Costco, Sams, Wal-Mart, Target...etc. That means you pay the same price as everywhere in the country, but no sales tax. Yes, you will pay a couple hundred bucks more a month for an apartment, but what other state actually pays you more than a thousand dollars a year just to live there? (Its called the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend, and you get a cut of the States oil wealth) 1) Because KTUU really is as good as it sounds. We need independent, creative reporters like you. We offer medium market pay and benefits, and experiences like you simply wont find elsewhere. Get out of the grind and step up to a station where youll work hard and have the time of your life. Please dont apply if Alaska just seems too far and youll miss your family. Take a safe job where you can do the VO/SOT ``live`` shot car accident of the day. Thats not what we do here. If youre the kind of person excited by this opportunity, I want to see your work. For the rest of you, enjoy your search among the ordinary. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
4-year degree, minimum 2 years reporting experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send DVD, resume, references and news philosophy to: John Tracy, News Director KTUU-TV 701 East Tudor Road, Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488

DEADLINE: 2008-06-30

KTUU-TV Operations Crew Member

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full time opening for a crew member in the operations department. Work hours are to be determined. Pay depends on experience and full benefits are offered for this position. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Prefer a candidate with experience in the following areas: engineering (camera shading, remote feed & communications coordination), audio and paint. There will be other duties as assigned.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-05-23

KTUU-TV Broadcast Maintenance Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full-time opening for a Broadcast Maintenance Engineer. Under the general direction of the Director of Engineering & IT: This professional provides maintenance, installation and user support in all technical areas of a 24x7x365 news and entertainment production environment. Perform hardware/equipment/peripherals support for TV broadcasting systems including control rooms, studios, Technical Operations Centers, cameras and feeds/edit systems, along with desktop PCs, telecommunications equipment, newsroom and automation systems, and data and LAN infrastructure. Participate on broadcast technology design or redesign projects with complex, leading-edge technology in an increasingly digital environment. Document quality standards, system anomalies, operational procedures, reference materials, and project work. May participate on server/network installation projects as required. Participate in on-going training initiatives, including developing and delivering training to co-workers. Make clear, sound decisions under pressure and rapidly changing situations. Operation is 24/7, and this position requires flexible scheduling with overtime expected. Does other work as required. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Generally work will be done in a shop or studio environment. Employees in this position may be required to work varying shifts, including, evening, weekdays and holidays to meet operational deadlines. The broadcast facilities are a 24-hour/day operation, this position is required to report to work during inclement weather conditions and respond to emergencies. This position will be included in the on-call rotation. Some equipment may expose employee to potentially dangerous high voltages and non-ionizing radiation levels. Valid Alaska drivers license and good driving record required. Pay DOE and full benefits are offered. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Essential functions may include, but are not limited to: 1. Monitor and adjust broadcast systems to meet accepted broadcast standards using diagnostic tools such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, audio/data analyzers, and other equipment. 2. Perform equipment and systems installation, problem correction, removal/replacement, or other tasks as necessary to ensure continuation of customer work productivity and/or on-air transmission. 3. Perform component-level or board-level repair and calibration of broadcast equipment (cameras, routers, switchers, VTRs, audio mixers, video monitors, lighting and field gear, etc.). 4. Perform board-level repair of computing equipment (motherboards, interface cards, hard drives, etc.). 5. Maintain accurate and timely documentation of equipment maintenance, systems, inventory, and project details. 6. May serve as project leader; schedules, coordinates and reviews work of the staff assigned to the project; trains other staff members as required. 7. Reports directly to the Director of Engineering & IT. 8. Be aware that a sense of urgency in solving customer requests and ensuring a timely resolution to problems is essential to job success. 9. Be a demonstrated self-starter and show interest in accomplishing goals and developing new strategies. 10. Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - EDUCATION AND/OR TRAINING AS degree or equivalent experience in electronics or broadcast engineering or communications preferred. Networking skills a plus. Military or other significant experience/training can be substituted for degree requirements. SBE Certification, FCC general class license a plus. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 3 years maintenance experience in a broadcast or postproduction facility. Computer literacy with Windows and standard office applications required. CREDENTIALS AND/OR SKILLS AND ABILITIES:  Significant experience with digital audio and video signals.  Ability to operate associated test equipment.  Complete knowledge of broadcast standards and test signals.  Ability to perform well in a high-pressure environment.  Ability to lift heavy equipment as needed (50 lbs.)  Clear written and oral communications.  Strong reasoning Skills & technical troubleshooting skills essential.  Ability to meet deadlines and complete projects without supervision in a multi-tasking environment.  Be flexible and receptive to change. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees in this position must have the ability to: 1. Sit for extended periods of time. 2. Enter data into a computer workstation, operate standard office equipment and use a telephone. 3. See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without vision aids. 4. Hear and understand speech at normal levels and on the telephone. 5. Stand, walk and bend over, reach overhead, grasp, push and move, lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds to waist height.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488 or email to lswen@ktuu.com.

DEADLINE: 2008-05-28

KTUU-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 Broadcasting Co., Alaskas top-ranked NBC affiliate, has a career-trak opening in its outside sales department for a commissioned Account Executive. This position offers insurance & 401(k) benefits. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate will have the ability to develop and maintain new clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
College degree, outside sales experience and media background preferred. Knowledge of Internet and computer skills a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
No phone calls please. Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com.

DEADLINE: 2008-06-13

Morning Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you morning person? A really early morning person? We need a talented co-anchor who can help us maintain our 53HH share in Alaska`s dominant morning newscast. Its a small but dedicated team which owns the time slot. We`re adding staff as we prepare to expand to 90 minutes. Were the 2008 NPPA Station of the Year, committed to quality journalism and enjoying what we do. Downside: Getting up at 2am. Upside: All day to fish or ski! Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer! Check us out at ktuu.com

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Were looking for a co-anchor who can help produce and deliver the newscast as well as Today Show updates. The ideal candidate is a skilled writer and energetic anchor with solid news judgement. Most of the heavy producer load is handled by your co-anchor who works an overnight shift. Along with your morning anchor duties you would be expected to turn a weekly franchise piece such as a health or business report for the evening newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Two years anchor and reporting experience is preferred. Enthusiasm and self motivation a necessity. Yes, winters are tough getting started in the cold and dark. A cheery disposition is a must. Summers are easier with nearly 24 hours of daylight.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume along with a cover letter explaining your news philosophy to: KTUU-TV, John Tracy, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488.

DEADLINE: 2008-05-19

PT Master Control Board Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is looking for a part-time Master Control Board Operator. Shifts would be on the weekend, either overnight (Friday/Saturday & Saturday/Sunday), or daytime on Saturday and Sunday; roughly 16 hours total per week. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties would include: * switching programs and commercials from video tape, video server, live news, network programming, and other sources, * recording incoming satellite feeds, * management of multiple video servers (both recording and playback), * maintaining accurate timings, * switching breaks in live network events (mostly sports), * keeping an accurate program log, * keeping an accurate discrepancy report, * maintaining timely communications with other KTUU Departments regarding issues that may arise that require their input or decision. * other duties that may be shift-specific.

REQUIREMENTS:
Prefer minimum one year prior experience in Television Master Control (the more current the experience, the better), or a strong television technical background.

HOW TO APPLY:
Bring in or mail a resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV Attn: Personnel Director 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488 OR...Email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-05-05

Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is seeking a News Producer for the Channel 2 Newshour. We are looking for a news junky with an independent spirit and the ability to write crisp copy. Experience on a news desk is preferred, but it doesnt have to be in broadcast. A strong commitment to ethics and the ability to recognize developing stories is essential. Be prepared to take a writing test! Hours are Mon-Fri, 9am-7pm and includes a full benefits package. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume along with a cover letter explaining your news philosophy to: KTUU-TV, John Tracy, News Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503.

DEADLINE: 2008-05-15

Alaska KIYU Operations, News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
TITLE: Operations & News Director, KIYU SALARY: $29,000 - $35,000 DOE plus benefits. This position is a salaried management position and exempt from Alaska Fair Labor Practices Act requiring the logging of hours. DEFINITION: Under the supervision of the General Manager, the Operations Director is responsible for the maintenance and development of the overall operations of the radio station in harmony with the existing policies of the Corporation and shall serve as a liaison in programming matters between management, on-air staff and the general public. DUTIES; 1. Evaluation, selection, production and scheduling of programming, including music, in harmony with existing station format. Maintains KIYU's on-air quality. 2. Training, scheduling and general supervision of on-air personnel, including volunteers. 3. Supervises the production and correction of daily program logs and supply of programming materials as needed for broadcast or recording, including the shipment and receipt of programs by mail. 4. Supervises the editing, scheduling and/or production of public service/promotional announcements and underwriting credits. 5. Works with staff, volunteers and general public to encourage local program production. 6. Functions as weekly board operator, newscaster, talk show host, & produce daily & weekly radio shows. 7. Helps seek and maintain underwriting funds for existing and future KIYU programs. 8. Reports all activities to the General Manager on a regular basis and assists the General Manager in administrative & maintenance tasks as required. 9. Works with regional news director to produce daily & weekly local news stories for network. 10. Must be computer literate. Maintains current KIYU website and updates the site in a timely manner. 11. Preparation of the minutes of all KIYU board meetings, fund-raising, live broadcast, and productions. 12. Act as assistant member in charge of Gaming and comply with all state rules & regulations. 13. Other duties as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIREMENTS: Must have on air and live remote experience, journalism degree or equivalent & website design experience. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to deal effectively with a wide variety of people and the ability to work with others in a cooperative and professional manner. Experience requirements may be waived at the discretion of the KIYU General Manager.

HOW TO APPLY:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled. Send Via Priority Mail Submit: Resume, Air-Check, Letter of interest, & references to: Shadow Steel - General Manager, KIYU P.O. Box 165 Galena, Alaska 99741 Phone (907) 656-1488 Fax (907) 656-1734 E-Mail: KIYU@arctic.net - Web Site: www.kiyu.com Big River Public Broadcasting Corporation KIYU P.O. Box 165 Galena, Alaska 99741

DEADLINE: 2008-06-01

KTUU-TV News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Top 10 reasons you should apply to KTUU-TV: 10) You`re an exceptional reporter with at least two years experience. You enterprise stories and have the desire to become not just a better reporter, but a real story-teller. 9) You want to work with the best photographers in television news. We have 12 great photojournalists all dedicated to the highest standards of the NPPA. In fact we were the NPPA Station of the year in 2006. 8) We don`t do one man bands. 7) You want the best tools. KTUU has a state-of-the art dual path satellite truck, microwave van, and even a portable satellite uplink. Why? 6) Because you like to travel, and so do we. In the past 16 months we have traveled to Indonesia, Louisiana, Cape Canaveral, Hawaii, Chicago, Minnesota, Vietnam, Mississippi, North Dakota and Las Vegas in pursuit of stories important to Alaskans. That`s not to mention the travel to all points inside the State of Alaska, which is more than twice the size of Texas! 5) You`re not a market snob. You`re smart enough to know that market size has nothing to do with quality of work, or quality of life. Our newsroom is staffed with more than 45 top notch reporters, anchors, producers, assignment editors and managers. This is not a small newsroom and we typically hire from larger markets than our own. Why did 20-year veteran Mike Ross recently move from New Orleans to Anchorage? Call him and ask him! (907) 762-9248 4) No consultants. Really, that`s a good thing. We dominate our market like no other station in the country. Our management team has more than 100 years of combined experience in the market. Our style is more like the network than the typical local television news station. We value substance over sizzle. 3) You have a need for adventure and want to live in a place that has world class fishing, skiing, biking, running, mountain climbing, hiking...etc. You know you must see Alaska. Why not live here and experience it? 2) You don`t like paying state income taxes or sales taxes. Alaska has neither. But it does have all the major stores you like: Best Buy, Costco, Sams, Wal-Mart, Target...etc. That means you pay the same price as everywhere in the country, but no sales tax. Yes, you will pay a couple hundred bucks more a month for an apartment, but what other state actually pays you more than a thousand dollars a year just to live there? (It`s called the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend, and you get a cut of the State`s oil wealth) 1) Because KTUU really is as good as it sounds. We need independent, creative reporters like you. We offer medium market pay and benefits, and experiences like you simply won`t find elsewhere. Get out of the grind and step up to a station where you`ll work hard and have the time of your life. Please don`t apply if Alaska just seems too far and you`ll miss your family. Take a safe job where you can do the VO/SOT ``live`` shot car accident of the day. That`s not what we do here. If you`re the kind of person excited by this opportunity, I want to see your work. For the rest of you, enjoy your search among the ordinary. Position includes a full benefits package. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send DVD, resume, references and news philosophy to: John Tracy News Director KTUU-TV 701 East Tudor Road, Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488

DEADLINE: 2008-03-01

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has an opening for a full-time position of photojournalist. Hours are to be determined and include weekends. Pay depends on experience and position includes a full benefits package. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We are looking for a hardworking and creative individual to work on daily news stories, news specials and documentaries.

REQUIREMENTS:
A minimum of 1 year experience in television news photography and non-linear editing required. Must have or be able to obtain a valid AK driver license and must be able to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send a letter of introduction, a resume and a resume tape to:KTUU-TV, Attn: Eric Sowl, Chief Photographer, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2008-01-31

KTUU-TV Broadcast Traffic/Sales Support

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, the NBC affiliate station in Anchorage, Alaska is looking for applicants with broadcast traffic/sales support experience. Full-time work schedule is Mon-Fri, 8-5. Full benefits offered. Channel 2 Broadcasting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are necessary.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2008-02-01

Public Radio Host/Reporter, Dillingham Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KDLG has an immediate opening for a Host/Reporter.

The duties of the Host/Reporter includes anchoring newscasts, gather, write and produce news stories. This includes both hard news and features. Must meet daily and weekly deadlines. Assume News Director duties in the absence of the News Director.

Radio station KDLG lies in the heart of beautiful Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon capital of the world. KDLG is owned by the Dillingham City School District and serves southwest Alaska communities. Dillingham is a commercial fishing community with a yearly population of 2,500. It is accessible only by air about 300 miles SW of Anchorage. The town has a population that is fifty percent Alaska Native and is the hub for a number of Native villages in the region. The mountains lakes and rivers in the region make it one of the premier destinations for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts.

We are looking for the adventurous candidate with one year of experience in radio journalism or equivalent work. Salary is competitive with an excellent retirement program and benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, send a letter of interest detailing your radio news experience, resume, tape and three references to Rob Carpenter, General Manager KDLG Radio, Box 670, Dillingham, AK 99576 Open until filled.

KDLG is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Salary range: $25,917 – $33,322

KDLG is licensed to the Dillingham City Schools the successful applicant will have full medical/dental health plan and participate in the state of Alaska Public Employees Retirement program.

DEADLINE: 2007-06-30

Public Radio Program Director, Homer Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI, Homer Public Radio is seeking a full-time Program Director. This person is responsible for maintaining the overall on-air sound and programming of KBBI-AM in Homer and KDLL-FM in Kenai to high standards including program selection, scheduling and FCC compliance. Other responsibilities at KBBI include maintaining equipment performance and taking the lead in volunteer training. The Program Director works closely with the Development Director on KBBI and KDLL membership drives and spot production for broadcast. The Program Director works under the supervision of the General Manager, supervises other Program Department employees, and serves as staff liaison to KBBI’s Community Advisory Board. Attention to detail, being a team player and having strong leadership, organizational, writing and technical/computer skills is a must.

Homer is located at the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, and is connected by road to Anchorage, which is 225 miles to the north. About 10,000 people live in KBBI’s signal area, and 35,000 in the Kenai area. The region features a mild climate, a lively arts community, wildlife viewing, kayaking, sportfishing and other marine- and land-based recreational opportunities such as wintertime skiing and hiking in the back country. We are situated on the shores of beautiful Kachemak Bay, a designated wildlife preserve.

Qualifications: 2 yrs previous pubradio PD experience; excellent management, communication, and announcing skills; knowledge of FCC rules; knowledge of pubradio programs, distributors and mission. Good computer skills and experience with digital audio editing software and broadcast automation systems. Working knowledge of MediaTouch, Content Depot, and Allegiance software operations a plus. Applicant must be able to work flexible hours when necessary. Competitive salary with moving allowance, vacation, sick leave and medical benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: Send resume, audio sample and three references to KBBI Program

Director Search, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK 99603, or email

dave@kbbi.org. Deadline: open until filled. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2007-06-30

Program Director Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:
PD needed in Alaska!

Alaska Broadcast Communications is in search of a Program Director to over see the on air operations of 2 of our 6 stations that are located in one of 3 communities in South East Alaska. Sitka, Ketchikan, and Juneau. These communities are located in the Tongass Rain Forest on the panhandle, and are closer to Seattle’s climate than that of Anchorage. This job would consist of an afternoon show, hiring, scheduling, and coaching talent, and ultimately being responsible for creating and maintaining the product. The ideal applicant should have experience as a Program Director, and ample on air experience. Lightweights need not apply. We are looking for a pro with a true passion for radio, someone that sees the product as a direct reflection of them selves. We want a PD that comes early stays late and wants to win. In place currently is an exceptional sales team and a small rock solid crew of announcers. We need a creative spark plug that will work with sales to developed and execute promotions, over see the imaging, and production continuity. Computer skills are a must, as are digital multi-track production abilities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are ready to make big waves in Alaska, e-mail your air check and resume to Blake Messer at bmesser@gci.net. Alaska Broadcast Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2007-06-30

Account Executive Anchorage Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Do you work hard to create positive relationships with others? Do you like coffee? Are you confident in your ability to approach potential advertisers? Do you take ownership and seek to be dependable? Do you take initiative to make things happen? If so, you may be the right candidate to join our professional Account Executive team at KAFC 93.7, KATB 89.3 and KCFT TV. The stamina for multi-tasking is essential to your success. You will be compensated for the revenue you are able to generate. The sky is the limit! Competitive benefits including all the coffee you can drink from our very own coffee shop, the KAFC & KATB Radio Espresso Drive-Thru and Cafe! Must have one year experience calling on local businesses in advertising/marketing sales, a positive attitude, be goal driven, and have a professional demeanor. Competitive benefits including all the coffee you can drink from the KAFC & KATB Radio Espresso! Proclaiming Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior is a pre-requisite.

Tom Steigleman

General Manager

KATB 89.3 / KAFC 93.7 / KJLP 88.9

KCFT FamilyNet Television

333-5282

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If this opportunity is the challenge you’ve been looking for, please e-mail your resume to Tom@katb.org . Christian Broadcasting, Inc. is an EOE

DEADLINE: 2007-06-30

TV News Producer Anchorage Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:

KTVA is looking for a strong producer to join the CBS 11 News team. You must have strong writing, news judgment and organizational skills. At least one year of prior news producing experience is preferred. You’ll be working closely with production and promotions to create compelling editorial and visual content. You’ll be responsible for overseeing story development and placement within newscast as well as coordinating the on-air execution of your show. A sense of adventure is a must, a sense of humor is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, DVD or VHS and resume to: Staci Feger, News Director, KTVA-TV 1007 West 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE. www.ktva.com for details or email: sfeger@ktva.com

Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., licensee of KTVA is an equal opportunity employer. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., provides notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations assisting job seekers. Any organization which would like to receive notification of job openings at our station should contact us and request to be included on our employment opportunity notification list. Organizations can make such request by mail to 1007 W 32nd Ave.

DEADLINE: 2007-07-15

TV Morning Meteorologist/Reporter Anchorage Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Morning Meteorologist/Reporter

KTVA has just promoted our Morning Meteorologist to Chief, so now we’re looking for someone to take over the mornings. This is an amazing opportunity for the right person. Along with your weather duties, you will be the feature reporter for our Get Out series. It’s a weekly feature that showcases fun things to do around Alaska. We’ve been heli-skiing, scuba diving, ice climbing and even surfing. I’m looking for someone who has a true sense of adventure along with a love of weather. : sfeger@ktva.com

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, DVD or VHS and resume to: Staci Feger, News Director, KTVA-TV 1007 West 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE. www.ktva.com for details or email: sfeger@ktva.com

Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., licensee of KTVA is an equal opportunity employer. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., provides notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations assisting job seekers. Any organization which would like to receive notification of job openings at our station should contact us and request to be included on our employment opportunity notification list. Organizations can make such request by mail to 1007 W 32nd Ave.

DEADLINE: 2007-07-15

TV News Reporter Anchorage Alaska

JOB DESCRIPTION:

KTVA, CBS 11 News is looking for a qualified reporter to join our news team. I’m looking for candidates that are great storytellers, reporters who understand the difference between talking to viewers as opposed to talking at them. You must have strong writing, news judgment and organizational skills. At least one year of prior television news reporting experience is preferred as well as a four-year college degree in communications or a related field. If it sounds like we are a good fit, send me your resume and samples of your work. Send cover letter, DVD or VHS and resume to: Staci Feger, News Director, KTVA-TV 1007 West 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE. www.ktva.com for details or email: sfeger@ktva.com

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, DVD or VHS and resume to: Staci Feger, News Director, KTVA-TV 1007 West 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE. www.ktva.com for details or email: sfeger@ktva.com

Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., licensee of KTVA is an equal opportunity employer. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc., provides notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations assisting job seekers. Any organization which would like to receive notification of job openings at our station should contact us and request to be included on our employment opportunity notification list. Organizations can make such request by mail to 1007 W 32nd Ave.

DEADLINE: 2007-07-15

KXD-TV Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CBS News 13 is searching for an aggressive, enterprising general assignment reporter to join its news department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have proven experience of generating their own story ideas and delivering the news with great on-camera presence. Exceptional communications skills are required as well as the ability to non-linear edit video for newscasts. Previous on-air reporting experience is a plus. News 13 is a "one-man-band" operation, candidates should know how to shoot and edit video. Must have excellent organization and time management skills. The ideal candidate will be able to present ideas for several topical, relevant enterprise stories to the table each day that deliver viewer benefit. The ideal candidate will have superior writing and storytelling ability, ability to dig deep and uncover the big stories, and be able to cover and deliver breaking news with accuracy and urgency. Knowledge of current events and history, effective news writing ability for multiple platforms to include television, radio and online print and maintaining a professional personal appearance is mandatory. Must have a valid driver’s license, automobile and have the ability to work a flexible schedule.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume via attachment to chris@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley TV & Radio is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTVA-TV Weekend Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Here’s a unique experience that goes far beyond covering shootings, fires and accidents. You may find yourself doing a stand-up from atop a glacier! KTVA-TV/CBS 11 in Anchorage, Alaska is looking for a weekend anchor/producer. It’s a 4 day/10-hour shift position with three days off during the week.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for planning, producing, and anchoring the weekend shows with some reporting during the week. You will also be responsible for updating social media on the weekends.

REQUIREMENTS:
A college degree, two years reporting experience and social media experience are required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503; or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-17

KTVA-TV Morning Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Here are three easy questions. Are you a reporter looking to make that jump to the anchor desk? Have you always wanted to show a little more of your personality on air but haven’t been able to? Do you know how to truly connect with your audience? If you answered yes to all three, I have one last question. Do you have creative ideas to bring to the table as we start to develop our new morning show? If you do, then I want to hear from you. I’m looking for a dynamic, energetic, engaging journalist to be our new morning anchor/producer. It’s a unique opportunity to be a part of the planning process as we redefine our morning show. Previous experience preferred but would consider a standout recent journalism and/or communications graduate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-17

KTVF-TV Sport Reporter/Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Fairbanks\' broadcast market leader is recruiting for a full time experienced Sports Reporter/Anchor. Hours include nights and weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Will also anchor live sports cast and other newscasts as assigned. May also be required to cover other stories for broadcast at the discretion and direction of News Director. Will participate in station promotional events as required.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate will have at least two years experience in all aspects of gathering sports: shooting, writing, editing all aspects of sports. Prefer linear and non linear editing capabilities and familiarity with posting stories to website.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are looking to join our highly successful team, we want to hear from you. Submit your resume tape of sports stories and anchoring to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-15

New Northwest Radio-Prod Mgr/Evening Show Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an immediate opening for a full time Production Manager/ CHR Evening Show Host on KWOLF 98-1FM.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Production Manager portion of this position will include managing and assigning commercial production for 5 radio stations as well as production of various station imaging/promotional elements. This includes commercial and program downloading, voice work and various tasks related to the day to day on air operation. The Production manager will also work closely with the Sales staff, Promotions department, and Traffic Department in coordinating the completion of production. The on-air evening shift portion of this position is for CHR station KWOLF 98-1FM.

REQUIREMENTS:
The Production Manager portion of this postition: The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of Adobe Audition as well as music and audio editing skills. Strong computer skills are required. The on-air portion of this position: The ideal candidate we’re seeking will be able to handle both voice tracking and live show formats, remotes and personal appearances, and be able to fill in for other FM and AM station air shifts. Experience in CHR radio and radio production is strongly desired.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested person should send their resume, references, mp3 sample of air and production work to: New Northwest Broadcasters, 819 First Ave Suite A, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701, Attn: Perry Walley. Or email it to: fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com (5mb or smaller please)-Please-no links. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-19

KDLG-AM/FM Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KDLG Public Radio in Dillingham, Alaska has an opening for a Program Director. Live and work in beautiful Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon capital of the world. KDLG is owned by the Dillingham City School District and serves southwest Alaska communities. Dillingham is a commercial fishing community with a population of 2500. It is accessible only by air about 300 miles SW of Anchorage. The town has a population that is fifty percent Yupik Eskimo and is the hub for a number of Native villages in the region. The mountains lakes and rivers in the region make it one of the premier destinations for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts. KDLG is licensed to the Dillingham City Schools, so the successful applicant will have full medical/dental health plan and participate in the Public Employees Retirement program. For more information on the P.E.R.’s program go to: http://www.state.ak.us/local/akpages/ADMIN/drb/pers/pershand.htm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Position Duties: 1. Ensures quality of the on-air sound. 2. Selects and schedules programs from a variety of local, regional, national and international sources. 3. Works cooperatively with General Manager in establishing program content and format. 4. Works cooperatively with News Director and General Manager in establishing and scheduling news and public affairs programming. 5. Train and supervise station announcers and volunteers. 6. Programs and maintains automation, operations and Content Depot systems. 7. Coordinates Community Advisory Board. 8. Music Director. 9. Works cooperatively with Development Director on scheduling of underwriting. 10. Coordinates special programming events and outreach projects. 11. Assist in teaching broadcasting to high school students.

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for the adventurous candidate with at least two years of experience in public radio or the equivalent. Salary is competitive with an excellent retirement program and benefits.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, send a letter of interest detailing your radio experience, resume, and three references to Rob Carpenter, General Manager KDLG Radio, Box 670, Dillingham, AK 99576. Deadline for applications is January 20, 2011. KDLG is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply. Pay range: $15.50 - 20.22 an hr + Benefits.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-20

KTVA-TV Morning Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Here are three easy questions. Are you a reporter looking to make that jump to the anchor desk? Have you always wanted to show a little more of your personality on air but haven’t been able to? Do you know how to truly connect with your audience? If you answered yes to all three, I have one last question. Do you have creative ideas to bring to the table as we start to develop our new morning show? If you do, then I want to hear from you. I’m looking for a dynamic, energetic, engaging journalist to be our new morning anchor/producer. It’s a unique opportunity to be a part of the planning process as we redefine our morning show. Previous experience preferred but would consider a standout recent journalism and/or communications graduate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-17

KTVF-TV Managing Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF Channel 11 is accepting applications for a FT Managing Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate will have experience in broadcast news operations including, but not limited to: writing, rewriting, editing news stories for air, directing live and taped newscasts, assisting with set up and directing live remotes and special broadcasts. Should be familiar with linear and non linear editing. Experience with production switcher operation. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal employment opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-31

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking an experienced photojournalist who will be responsible for capturing compelling images and sound as well as work with a reporter to put the best possible story on air. This is a full time position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The candidate will be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment, and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50lbs of equipment for extended periods of time. The ideal candidate would be an all around player, willing to write as well as shoot and edit. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver’s license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to: CBS 11 News, Attn: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-03

KTVA-TV Morning Audio/MCO Op.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a PT MORNING AUDIO/MCO OP. The schedule is 5am-8am weekday mornings working on our live, hour-long, morning news program and airing other programs from master control.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful applicant must be punctual, reliable and have strong attention to detail. The duties require a person to be self-motivated and able to work under strict deadlines with minimal supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-03

KMXT-FM Development Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KMXT Public Radio in Kodiak is seeking a Development Assistant. We’re looking a “people person” with excellent oral and written communication skills. Above average computer literacy required and some web skills desirable. The ability to multi-task and work independently in a busy working environment is essential. Full-time position. Salary DOE. Full job description available on request.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit application at any State of Alaska Job Service branch office or directly to:gm@kmxt.org. For more information: 907/486-3181. KMXT is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-13

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska\\\'s dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude and a minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Final Cut Pro experience is required. Experience with web-based journalism a plus! We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries. Work schedule may include evenings and weekends. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume tape, and job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-27

KTUU-TV Sales/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 – KTUU-TV is looking for a full-time assistant in our sales/traffic department. If you love making sure all the details are done accurately, keeping things organized and enjoy working with customers then this is your position. Work schedule is Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are important.

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-10

KTUU-TV Sales/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 – KTUU-TV is looking for a full-time assistant in our sales/traffic department. If you love making sure all the details are done accurately, keeping things organized and enjoy working with customers then this is your position. Work schedule is Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are important.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-10

KTVA-TV, FT Graphics Op

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a FT GRAPHICS OP.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include preparing and airing graphics for live, fast paced, weekday evening newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong computer and spell-check skills are necessary; Photoshop experience is strongly preferred. Deko experience is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EEO employer. Submit resume and/or application to: Operations Manager, KTVA, 1007 W. 32nd Ave, Anchorage AK 99503. Or email to: bhouston@ktva.com

DEADLINE: 2011-03-31

KTUU-TV Satellite Truck Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
#1 Television station in Alaska is seeking an individual to become our full-time primary Satellite NewsGathering Truck Operator. We are willing to train a person with the right attitude and aptitude. Based in Anchorage but the position will take you all over the state and northern Canada. WORK SCHEDULE: Mon – Fri, 2:00pm – 11:00pm (may vary) RATE OF PAY: DOE NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicant must be at least 21 years old, be willing to travel on a moments notice, be flexible, enthusiastic and work with a positive attitude, have basic engineering aptitude, be able to troubleshoot both electronic and vehicle problems, be willing to work in adverse weather conditions, and be comfortable working on your own. The successful applicant will be required to pass a Class B CDL Alaska drivers test and must have a clean driving record. Must be able to lift 70 lbs.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2010-03-31

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
POSITION TITLE: Photojournalist We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. If you loved \\\"White Fang\\\" as a kid, then you are going to love the opportunities this job has for you. WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time, hours to be determined including weekends RATE OF PAY: DOE NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
JOB REQUIREMENTS: KTUU-TV, Alaska's dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude. A minimum of 1 year experience in television news photography and non-linear editing required. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries. Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record and must be able to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send a letter of introduction, a resume and a resume tape to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Eric Sowl, Chief Photographer, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to esowl@ktuu.com. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2010-02-08

KTUU-TV Ops Spot Digitizer/Floor Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
POSITION TITLE: Operations Spot Digitizer/Floor Director RATE OF PAY: Depends on experience NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Spot Digitizer Responsible for timely ingestion and quality assurance of commercial spots, promos, PSAs, etc. into the Master Control (MCR) video server so that they are ready for air. Floor Director Responsible for being present in the News Studio before and during live Newscasts, addressing technical & logistical issues that may arise with equipment or on-air talent.

REQUIREMENTS:
Job skills needed: Operational knowledge of job-related equipment, including: Sundance Server, DG server, NBC Videoship server, Leitch Digital Router, Betacam SX video tape machine, video & audio monitoring, including video waveform and digital audio scope. Ability to edit non-linear & linear edit styles for trimming spots and sometimes editing them together. Must be able to use video & audio scopes to accurately gauge and adjust color levels, brightness, black levels, saturations, etc. as well as adjust to correct audio levels. Ability to be a self-starter and complete required tasks with minimal supervision, including following up on problems. Organizational skills for maintaining MCR source tape library, and correctly completing and filing digitizing forms. Communication skills to clearly describe issues with source spots, digitizing orders or other problems to the correct KTUU department. Floor Director Job skills needed: Working knowledge of every piece of equipment in the studio so that in an emergency you can diagnose and correct problems that may happen with any given item. Ability to speak loudly and assertively (while maintaining courtesy & decorum), in order to communicate quickly and clearly with on-air talent and others in a timely and accurate manner. Ability to interact appropriately with others in stressful situations in order to assist the on-air talent to feel at ease and confident with the technical equipment and crew.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com

DEADLINE: 2010-03-31

KTVA-TV, PT Weekend Studio Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a PT Weekend Studio Camera Op. Schedule could include some weekdays. The successful applicant must be punctual and dependable. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines and with minimal supervision.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resumes and/or applications to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage, AK 99503 KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-31

KTUU-TV Morning PCR Ops Crew Member

JOB DESCRIPTION:
POSITION TITLE: Morning PCR Operations Crew Member, Promotions Digitizing

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Once trained in all positions, and on a normal day when a full crew is present, this position will assist as Shading Engineer (usually an unfilled position for the morning news), or Live Van Operator (generally an on-call position filled by a rotation of qualified evening Live Van Operators), or as a general trouble-shooter who can address equipment or system issues so the core crew can continue to focus on their assigned tasks. The Promotions portion involves being in charge of managing the daily creation and digitizing of several categories of promotional spot content. Some spots require editing to add appropriate tags prior to being digitized for air; others are complete as they are received and can be digitized without change. Related activities include keeping track of the various categories of promos and making sure that promos are current.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Personnel Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, hours to be determined. RATE OF PAY: Depends on experience. Full benefits package offered. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-03-31

KTOO-TV Director/Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTOO seeks a qualified individual to join our television production team as TV Director/Editor. KTOO is a well-supported, highly visible public television and radio operation with a strong commitment to local, regional and statewide program production. The facility is located on the waterfront in downtown Juneau, a small but cosmopolitan capital city of 30,000 people with some of the highest per capita education and income levels in state. Located in the heart of the Southeast Alaska panhandle, Juneau is a transportation, retail and service hub with outstanding schools, medical facilities and recreational opportunities. The community is safe, attractive and offers abundant outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, skiing, climbing and hiking, in a magnificent natural setting. Two hours from Seattle, Juneau’s climate is more like the Pacific Northwest than Interior Alaska. The weather is wet and mild with summer highs in the 60s and 70s and winter lowers in the 30s.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the directing and editing of television programs, program segments, program and promotional spots, and the creation of graphics used in television production. The person we choose for this position will work in a busy and friendly production environment, and will edit HD and SD video television programs, segments and spots with Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Motion and Photoshop and other complex software programs; develop, update and maintain post production standard operating procedures, project tracking tools and databases; install, maintain and troubleshoot television post production software; coordinate production elements necessary to complete the creation of finished programs, segments or spots; direct multi camera live remote and studio production; shoot and edit field recorded video elements; create, direct and edit station and program promotional spots; supervise and coordinate television studio and remote production set ups, including sets, properties, lights, audio equipment, etc.

REQUIREMENTS:
Essential requirements include a minimum of two years experience as a professional video editor and/or television director and the ability to supervise multiple production elements required in a live multi camera production setting. Experience and expertise with Final Cut Pro is preferred. We’re looking for a highly organized individual with the ability to work professionally and cooperatively with clients, outside producers and co-workers. The minimum educational requirement is a Bachelor of Arts degree in television production or a related field, or equivalent professional experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Deadline: Open until filled, with an initial screening on January 27, 2010. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Salary: Range C, $31,730 to $42,500 annually, plus competitive benefits including health insurance, retirement plan, paid leave and holidays. To apply, please submit a letter of interest and a copy of your most recent resume to pos1@ktoo.org. KTOO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-01-27

NNB-Fairbanks Admin Asst

JOB DESCRIPTION:
FT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to join our team. Front Desk Reception – Answers/Directs phone calls, greets visitors, filing, assist Traffic Director & Market Coordinator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Radio experience a plus. Office experience preferred. Strong communication, computer, organizational & multi-tasking skills required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Salary $11-12/hr DOE. Benefit package. EOE. Send resume to NNB Radio Attn: GM, 819 1st Ave., Ste A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or e-mail resume to: fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com

DEADLINE: 2010-01-22

KTUU-TV Traffic/Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Broadcast Traffic/Sales Support Assistant. KTUU-TV is looking for applicants with broadcast traffic experience to work in sales support/traffic. WORK SCHEDULE: FT, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. RATE OF PAY: DOE, position offers a full benefits package.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are necessary.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to doris@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-04-20

NNB-Anchorage Admin Asst

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters has a position open for F/T Administrative Assistant/Front Desk. Must possess a strong work ethic, be self motivated and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Front desk customer relations and receptionist position with responsibility for courteous and efficient facilitation of telephone calls and visitors. Expedites the steady and courteous flow of internal and external communications, such as incoming/outgoing telephone messages, faxes, visitors, messengers, and delivery services. Assists station personnel with sales presentations, promotional material, as requested. Ensures that responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or consistent with the essence of the job. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES · Retrieves messages from voice mail and forwards to appropriate personnel. · Courteously and promptly answers incoming telephone calls, determines nature of calls, and forwards calls to appropriate personnel or department. · Writes and delivers messages or transfers calls to voice mail when appropriate personnel are unavailable. · Answers routine questions about organization and provides callers with address, directions, and other information. · Welcomes on-site visitors, determines nature of business, and announces visitors to appropriate personnel. · Distributes and maintains inventory of tickets and prizes. · Assembles daily deposit in a timely manner. · Maintains a neat an orderly reception area. · Assists with creating sales presentations, promotional materials, and event signage as needed. · Assist Sales team with order entry, production orders etc as needed · Receives, sorts, and routes mail, and maintains and routes publications. · Creates and prints fax cover sheets, assists users, sends faxes, and retrieves and routes incoming faxes to appropriate personnel. · Orders, receives, and maintains office supply inventory. · Performs filing, photocopying, and collating as requested. · Prepares and assembles reports as needed or requested and assists with special projects. · Performs other duties as assigned or requested by General Manager, Accounting Manager or Director of Sales.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Ability to deal with constant interruptions while answering the phone and greeting visitors in a courteous manner. Ability to communicate precisely and effectively. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Excellent grammar and spelling with the ability to format correspondence, faxes, and memos. Ability to use a computer, calculator, fax machine, copier, printer, and postage meter. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS High school diploma. Minimum one-year prior experience in a professional office performing telephone reception, faxing, typing correspondence and memos. Experience with personal computers, and software programs, preferably Publisher, Outlook, Word, and Excel. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Job may require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send or drop off your resume immediately to: NNB Radio 833 Gambell Anchorage, Alaska 99501 Or E-mail your resume to shannon.hollier@nnbradio.com Or Fax to (907) 522-6053. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt HOURS: 8A-5P M-F  Full-time

DEADLINE: 2010-02-21

KTVA-TV, Web Content Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Web Content Producer KTVA.com in Anchorage, Alaska is looking for a web content producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Position is required to generate, research and post news stories on a daily basis. Strong writing skills, editorial skills and an attention to detail are a must. Journalism degree or background is highly preferred. This is a full time position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resumes to sfeger@ktva.com and mjthim@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-02-21

Clear Channel Anchorage Radio Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
MORNING SHOW HOST Can you be described as a morning personality that “gets it”? Clear Channel Radio-Anchorage has an immediate opening for a full time morning show co-host for Alaska’s Country Station, KASH Country 107.5. Benefits - Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k, EAP, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
These qualities need to apply to you: motivated, detail oriented, organized, and a team player. The right candidate will produce and co-host a high-profile morning show on air and through live appearances. It is required that you love being plugged-in to your listeners’ life. You will become a Community Leader through our partnership with The Children’s Hospital at Providence.

REQUIREMENTS:
Three years of morning show on-air experience preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Experience with board operation. Familiarity with FCC rules and regulations. Experience with Prophet System, Cool Adobe Audition and VoxPro a plus. High school diploma or equivalent required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications can be found on our website www.kashcountry1075.com. Please send your application and resume to: EEO Coordinator 800 E Dimond Blvd., Suite 3-370 Anchorage, AK 99515 BETTER YET, e-mail your stuff to jobsanchorage@clearchannel.com. No telephone calls please. Clear Channel is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-29

NNB-Anchorage, Radio Account Exec 1

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for NNB! In fact business is so good that NNB Radio is expanding its sales department and we’re looking for a talented, bright energetic individual to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you’ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generate revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. Identify market potential by qualifying accounts. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Close sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities overcoming objections preparing contracts. Expand sales on existing clients by intruding new products and services. Recommend new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contribute information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sell advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the station’s listeners. Coordinate all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develop new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Update job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
Presentation skills, internal communications, informing others, verbal communication, closing skills, motivation for sales, sales planning, territory management, prospecting skills, persistence, and meeting sales goals. Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations, sales principles and practices, products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Excellent negotiating, verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multi task and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you’ve ever thought – even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume and references immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume and references to jobs@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-14

KNBA Radio, Anchorage

JOB DESCRIPTION:
News & Public Affairs Producer. Koahnic Broadcast Corporation seeks a News & Public Affairs Producer to continue KNBA-FM’s position as the leader in broadcasting News and Public Affairs serving an Alaska Native audience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position includes producing and anchoring a daily 5 minute Native news cast, co-hosting morning show public affairs programming and leading annual 3 day, AFN Statewide live Broadcast.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Koahnic Broadcast Corp. is an equal opportunity employer. Send resume, and demo if available, to: KNBA 90.3 fm, 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Suite 480, Anchorage, AK 99508, ATTN: Director of Programming & Operations, Email: ldixon@knba.org, Phone: 907-793-3500. Fax: 907-793-3536.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-29

KTUU-TV Account Executive - two openings

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska’s News Source, has two career-trak openings in its outside sales department for Account Executives.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidates will have the ability to develop and maintain new clients for television and the web.

REQUIREMENTS:
College degree, outside sales experience and media background preferred. Knowledge of Internet and computer skills a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
No phone calls please. Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to lswen@ktuu.com. WORK SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, hours may vary RATE OF PAY: Commission, position provides insurance & 401(k) options NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-05-08

KTUU-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Channel 2 News is searching for a producer for our hour-long nightly newscast. Channel 2 News is not only Alaska\\\'s top news station but, one that has also earned a nationwide reputation for high quality news coverage. We\\\'re looking for someone who will embrace those standards and help keep the \\\"Newshour\\\" the dominant newscast of record that it\\\'s been for decades. Anchorage and Alaska provide an endless source of compelling stories to tell. This city is also a very livable place surrounded by breathtaking scenery. We feel our station is as unique as Alaska itself. WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, hours to be determined. RATE OF PAY: DOE, a full benefits package is available with this position. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must possess strong ethics, news writing skills and news judgment. We want a producer who takes a creative approach to each newscast in order to tell better stories.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and samples of your work to: KTUU-TV Attn: Steve MacDonald 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220 Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2010-04-22

KXD-TV Sports Reporter/Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KXD News 13 Sports offers the most comprehensive 6:00 pm sportscast in Interior Alaska, and is looking to expand upon that with updated coverage for the 11:00 pm show. A full-time sportscaster is needed to fulfill this expansion.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Shoot and edit sport video; write and edit sport stories; anchor 11:00 pm sports show; provide technical support for 6:00 pm news show; backup news reporting department. The position will work with the sports director to develop coverage strategies; gather high-action video footage of local sporting events; interview athletes, coaches and administrators; produce edited highlight packages for television broadcast; write and deliver four minute, thirty second sports cast, write and deliver 60 second sport updates for radio broadcast. Position will also provide technical support through teleprompter operation, floor direction, tape operation, or technical directing. May be asked to cover standard news stories at the discretion of the sports director.

REQUIREMENTS:
A solid set of skills in video production and written/verbal communication is required. Training and/or experience in electronic field production including video camcorder operation with the ability to accurately follow high action sports, experience with the use of different types of microphones, including wireless components. Must be experienced in non-linear editing, Final Cut Pro™ experience preferred. Experience in electronic video transfer is a plus. Extensive knowledge of specifically targeted sports: Hockey, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, cross country running/skiing, and Dog Sledding. Must have the ability to accurately describe game action through writing, voicing, and video display. Strong interpersonal skills are required to develop and maintain strong relations with sport information departments, public relation personnel, athletes and coaches. May be asked to travel, and embed with local teams as they travel throughout Alaska. Education and Experience Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from an accredited 4-year institution required, an emphasis on television reporting is preferred. 2-years sports reporting experience preferred, but not required. However candidates with examples of published or televised experience will be given preference for this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position please send cover letter, resume and demo-tape (optional) to 3650 Braddock Street, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99701. Attention sports director. This position closes March 5, 2010 at 11:59 pm. Salary: TBD. Effective Hire Date: June 1, 2010 KXD is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-05

KTNA-FM General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTNA General Manager Position Type: Full-time, Exempt Pay Range: Salary is commensurate with experience Benefits: Health insurance, paid leave Job Description Talkeetna Community Radio, Inc., (KTNA) located in Talkeetna, Alaska, announces an opening for the position of General Manager. KTNA is a community-supported public radio station primarily serving the Upper Susitna Valley including the communities of Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, Willow, Susitna, Swentna, and Chase. With a core purpose of \"Connecting Community Through Radio,\" KTNA was founded in 1993 and provides locally produced and syndicated programming. The General Manager is the executive position at the station, reporting to a community-elected Board of Directors and supervising a staff of five and a large cadre of volunteers. KTNA has recently purchased its own building in beautiful downtown Talkeetna. (For more information on the community, visit http://www.talkeetnachamber.org

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Specific Duties The specific duties of the position include the following. Financial management. The GM is responsible for budgeting and budget tracking, oversight of bookkeeping and audits, maintenance of records, grant tracking and reporting, and financial reporting to the Board of Directors and granting agencies. Personnel management. The GM is responsible for guiding the work of a staff of 5 full- and part-time employees, staff hiring, staff training, evaluations, benefits development, and implementing established KTNA personnel policies. Staff include: Business Manager/Bookkeeper, Program Manager/Volunteer Coordinator, Development Coordinator, and two News Producers. Fundraising. The GM is responsible for assuring sufficient funds are available for station operations through grant writing and reporting, maintaining relationships with granting agencies and organizations, donor development, and overseeing the work of the station\'s Development Coordinator which includes membership development, donor cultivation and recognition, and fundraising events. Operations. The GM has overall responsibility for station programming, local program production, direction of the station\'s two news producers, and compliance with FCC regulations. The GM is responsible for assuring maintenance and operability of broadcast equipment, and the maintenance and improvement of the station\'s facilities which include a studio/office building and a transmitter site. Operational needs require the GM to develop, implement, and oversee various service contracts. The GM has principal responsibility for the station\'s IT infrastructure and maintaining and developing the station\'s website and other \"new media.\" The GM is responsible for keeping KTNA up-to-date with changes and trends in technology, media, and public broadcasting. Community Outreach. The GM represents the station to the local community and is responsible for assuring KTNA is responsive to local community needs and concerns. The GM guides station outreach to members, listeners, and the community at large. The GM proactively interacts with local businesses, organizations, schools, and government agencies and institutions to articulate KTNA\'s mission, policies, and strategic direction, and to build collaborative relationships with these entities. KTNA Board of Directors. In addition to preparing regular financial and station activity reports for the KTNA Board of Directors, the GM prepares information necessary for informed policy decisions by the board, advises the board on policy decisions, and implements the board\'s approved policies and strategic plan. Agency and Other Networking. The GM serves as the primary communication link to other agencies and organizations involved in public broadcasting, represents KTNA\'s interests to those agencies and organizations, and seeks opportunities for collaboration or utilizing shared resources.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications General Manager candidates must have the following skills and experience: Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a wide variety of people and interests, incorporate many interests and opinions into decision-making, and devise successful collaborations; Demonstrated ability to effectively manage personnel; Experience/ability to understand and manage a budget and non-profit accounting, including relevant software; General technical skills applicable to working with radio technology and an ability to readily learn and adapt to new systems and technologies; Strong writing, speaking, and public presentation skills necessary to represent KTNA successfully to the community, grantors, regulatory agencies, and other collaborators. Other desirable knowledge, skills, and experience include: Public broadcasting (preferred) or commercial broadcasting, including knowledge of FCC regulations; Non-profit management;  Fundraising, including grantwriting, donor/member program management, and/or event coordination; Radio/audio program production and/or journalism; Radio engineering; Familiarity with MacIntosh computers/software and network management; Utilization of new media technology for program development and/or organizational communication and development; Facility management (oversight of building maintenance, utilities; contract management); Lived and worked in a rural setting.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit a cover letter, resume, and references to: KTNA Board of Directors, c/o Board Chairperson Maureen McLaughlin P.O. Box 300 Talkeetna, AK 99676 or submit electronically to manager@ktna.org. Questions about the position should be directed to one of the following by calling (907) 733-1737: Maureen McLaughlin, Board Chairperson Cary Birdsall, Board Secretary. Charlie Loeb, Acting General Manager KTNA is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-22

KMBQ/KBYR Radio Business Office Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
OPENING: SPIRIT OF ALASKA BROADCASTING – BUSINESS /OFFICE MANAGER HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM-5PM SALARY: BASED ON EXPERIENCE CONTACT: JOHN KLAPPERICH or RAY BABOWICZ @ 907-373-0222

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES: -HANDLE ALL ACCOUNTING FUNCTIONS AS DIRECTED BY THE GENERAL MANAGER. RESPONSIBLE FOR DAILY DEPOSITS. PREPARE WEEKLY AND MONTHLY REPORTS AS DIRECTED BY THE GENERAL MANAGER. RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERSEEING ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF. RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITIES AND MAINTAIN PERSONNEL FILES. WILL PROVIDE BACK-UP SUPPORT TO THE TRAFFIC DIRECTOR. OVERSEE MONTHLY BILLING FOR 3 RADIO STATIONS. COORDINATE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE WITH SALES MANAGER SO THAT 10% OF OUTSTANDING RECEIVABLES OVER 90 DAYS DO NOT EXCEED 10 PER-CENT. ANY OTHER DUTIES THAT MAY BE ASSIGNED BY THE GENERAL MANAGER.

REQUIREMENTS:
QUALIFICATIONS: PROFICIENT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE OF ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING PRACTICES. ADMINISTRATIVE/MANAGERIAL EXPERIENCE PREFERRED. STRONG COMPUTER SKILLS. EXPERIENCE WITH BASIC BUSINESS OPERATIONS. EXPERIENCE IN RADIO STATION OPERATIONS HELPFUL.

HOW TO APPLY:
Fax (907) 376-1575; or email. Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-31

KTVF-TV Part Time Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska\'s market leader is looking for a part-time morning news anchor/reporter to compliment our team. Hours are from 3:30AM to 7:30AM Monday through Friday. Salary: DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
If you are a morning person, this is a great opportunity to produce and anchor the Fairbanks Morning News. Other newscasts may be assigned as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-17

KDLG-AM Fish Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KDLG has an immediate opening for a Fisheries Reporter. KDLG lies in the heart of beautiful Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon capital of the world. The mountains lakes and rivers in the region make it one of the premier destinations for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts. KDLG is based in Dillingham Alaska, a commercial fishing community with a yearly population of 2,500 which increases to nearly 5,000 during the commercial fishing season. Dillingham is located 350 miles SW of Anchorage, and is off of the road system and accessible only by air. The population is fifty percent Alaska Native and Dillingham is the hub for a number of surrounding Native villages. Though based in Dillingham, KDLG serves most of the Bristol Bay region, which is approximately the size of the state of Ohio.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Fishery Reporter’s main task is to oversee the weekly production of the Bristol Bay Fisheries Report, a fifteen minute news programs dedicated to the latest events in the very active Bristol Bay Salmon Fishery. Duties will include gathering, writing and producing both hard news and feature stories on both daily and weekly deadlines. The reporter will also regularly meet with members of the news staff to pitch stories and refine ideas. Additionally, the position will require some in-region travel to remote fishing communities to bring our listeners firsthand accounts from the fishing season as it unfolds from the entire Bristol Bay region.

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for the adventurous candidate with at least one year of experience in radio journalism or equivalent work. Reporting experience on Alaska fisheries is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
This is a 3 month job and will start on the 17th of May. To apply, email a resume, two audio samples, letter of interest detailing your news experience and three references to Rob Carpenter at rob@dlgsd.org or mail the preceding to Rob Carpenter, General Manager KDLG Radio, Box 670, Dillingham, AK 99576. Deadline for receiving resumes is March 26th, 2010. KDLG is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply. Pay is $13.00 – $18.00 an hour with a housing stipend.

DEADLINE: 2010-03-26

KFAT-FM on-air talent

JOB DESCRIPTION:
So you want to live Alaska? Are you crazy enough to already live here? All the moose and salmon you can see and eat. Oh Yeah and one GREAT station in the form of Rhythmic/CHR radio station KFAT 92.9! KFAT is seeking its next mid-day or afternoon team player with minimum 2 years experience under their belt. If you know how to work the phones and get them talking on the streets….this might be the job for you. Production skills a must and Imaging skill a plus! This position could become our Mix Show coordinator to include producing them…Don’t be scared, we use Hot Mix!! Must have understanding of the Rhythmic/CHR format and must be able to understand and relate to the 18-34 audience. Must be fun and entertaining on air, as well as at promotional events to get listeners involved. This position could also include talent duties on our other stations as needed. Are you ready for your next challenge? If so, you could be heading for a great job and a great experience with a fantastic team and company. SCOPE Executes and produces the format on the air through performing and interacting with audience and clients in studio and/or remote broadcasts to ensure station’s ratings success. Ensures that daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or consistent with the essence of the job.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES • Entertains and informs listener audience. Announces station identification and assets in special promotions and programming activities as directed by Program Director. • Conducts on-air interviews of guests. May act as Master of Ceremonies for public and/or private events. • Works with the Program Director to create format clocks for the flow of music. Generates daily music logs. • Responsible for voice tracking and other day parts as assigned by Program Director. • Works on special projects as assigned by Program Director.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations. Understanding of station’s programming strategies. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Excellent verbal and written communications shills. Problem-solving ability and skills in prioritizing. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Ability to multitask and handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS High school diploma and a valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Job may require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
So if you have a great personality without the ego then…email your air checks/production/imaging samples (real ones…because if you made it in a prod studio, you’re not ready for this job) (no more than 5mb sent at a time) and resume’s to: KFAT 92.9 FM New Northwest Broadcasters Attn: McConnell Adams 833 Gambell Street Anchorage AK 99501 kfat@nnbradio.com No Calls Please. New Northwest Broadcasters LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-06-16

KTVA-TV, PT Weekend Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
PT Weekend Camera OP KTVA has an opening available for a PT WEEKEND CAMERA OP. The schedule could include some weekday evenings. KTVA is an EOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include prepping the studio lights and set and communicating clearly between the talent and booth during live, fast-paced newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful applicant must be punctual, reliable and have attention to detail.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 Job opening posting expires 4/16/10

DEADLINE: 2010-04-16

KTVF-TV Sales Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Creative self-starter needed to develop new business while growing existing account list. Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills; computers skills a plus. Competitive benefits package.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to KTVF Sales Manager, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. Electronic resumes should be sent to deedeecaciari@ktvf11.com KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-04-07

KTVA-TV Wknd Prod Asst

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Weekend Producer\'s Assistant. KTVA-TV/CBS 11 is looking for a weekend producer assistant. This is an entry level/minimum wage part-time position. It\'s loaded with opportunities for advancement.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities include printing and distributing scripts, operating the teleprompter during the newscasts and writing/posting stories for the newscasts/website.

REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma, news writing and basic computer skills are required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume or fill out job application: KTVA Attention: Assistant News Director 1007 W 32nd Ave Anchorage AK 99503 Fax 273-3188 KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-04-30

KTUU-TV Operations Spot Digitizer/Floor Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Spot Digitizer portion: Responsible for timely ingestion and quality assurance of commercial spots, promos, PSAs, etc. into the Master Control (MCR) video server so that they are ready for air. Floor Director portion: Responsible for being present in the News Studio before and during live Newscasts, addressing technical & logistical issues that may arise with equipment or on-air talent.

REQUIREMENTS:
SPOT DIGITIZER Job skills needed: Operational knowledge of job-related equipment, including: Sundance Server, DG server, NBC Videoship server, Leitch Digital Router, Betacam SX video tape machine, video & audio monitoring, including video waveform and digital audio scope. Ability to edit non-linear & linear edit styles for trimming spots and sometimes editing them together. Must be able to use video & audio scopes to accurately gauge and adjust color levels, brightness, black levels, saturations, etc. as well as adjust to correct audio levels. Ability to be a self-starter and complete required tasks with minimal supervision, including following up on problems. Organizational skills for maintaining MCR source tape library, and correctly completing and filing digitizing forms. Communication skills to clearly describe issues with source spots, digitizing orders or other problems to the correct KTUU department. FLOOR DIRECTOR Job skills needed: Working knowledge of every piece of equipment in the studio so that in an emergency you can diagnose and correct problems that may happen with any given item. Ability to speak loudly and assertively (while maintaining courtesy & decorum), in order to communicate quickly and clearly with on-air talent and others in a timely and accurate manner. Ability to interact appropriately with others in stressful situations in order to assist the on-air talent to feel at ease and confident with the technical equipment and crew.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-01

KTUU-TV Sales/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 – KTUU-TV is looking for an assistant in our sales/traffic department. If you love making sure all the details are done accurately, keeping things organized and enjoy working with customers then this is your position. WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm RATE OF PAY: DOE. Position offers a full benefits package.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are important.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email to doris@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-06-17

KMBQ-FM/KBYR-AM Acct. Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting seeks experienced, new account executive for KMBQ, KBYR, and AM1430 Hometown Radio. Do you love to compete and win? Do you love being out on sales calls every day, meeting directly with new prospects? Do you have a proven track record in the generation of new business revenue? Are you enthusiastic, self-motivated, structured and organized? We are seeking rainmakers to join our multi-property, market-leading team that focus on customer objectives. Our culture thrives on creativity and securing big deals.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
If you are a high performer in the generation of direct, new business and never settle for mediocrity, we may have a place for you on our team. Candidates must have strong presentation skills, communication skills and diligent follow up. Must also exhibit strong people skills, problem solving ability, be creative, computer literate and have excellent prospecting skills. A minimum of one year broadcast television/radio/cable/interactive experience, four year college degree and a professional appearance preferred. A driver’s license and personal transportation required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email resume to ray@kmbq.com or fax 907-376-1575. Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting is Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-26

KTVA-TV Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a reporter to join its strong news team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You\'ll be responsible for generating, researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
A college degree in Communications or Broadcast Journalism is required, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred. Strong work ethics and high journalistic standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send DVD or web link to: Staci Feger-Pellessier News Director KTVA CBS 11 News 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 sfeger@ktva.com KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-05-27

KTUU-TV Asst Web Managing Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Assistant Web Managing Editor. Can you help lead a small staff that maintains one of Alaska\\\'s most-visited news websites? Do you know Associated Press style, proper sentence structure and print-web style writing? Are you thrilled by breaking news and thrive under the pressure of a tight deadline? If so, KTUU-TV and Channel 2 News are looking for you. KTUU is Alaska\\\'s most trusted television news source and Anchorage\\\'s NBC affiliate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The job duties include: Acting as second in command and fill-in for managing editor. Helping with public inquiries and requests. Final edits on all headlines, stories and video, weekdays. Assigning and determining placement of stories to maximize pageviews, weekdays. Reporting and writing breaking news, as needed. Helping managing editor oversee special projects and other sections. Carrying out training for all new web editors and identifying ways to increase efficiency.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful applicants will have a four-year degree in journalism or a communications-related field, demonstrate a working knowledge of editing and news writing, and have a passion for current events and a commitment to accuracy. Graphics editing and video digitizing are also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should send a resume, including references, and cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503 Or email to lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-04-30

KTUU-TV Assistant Web Managing Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Can you help lead a small staff that maintains one of Alaska\\\'s most-visited news websites? Do you know Associated Press style, proper sentence structure and print-web style writing? Are you thrilled by breaking news and thrive under the pressure of a tight deadline? If so, KTUU-TV and Channel 2 News are looking for you. KTUU is Alaska\\\'s most trusted television news source and Anchorage\\\'s NBC affiliate. KTUU.com, the award-winning website for Channel 2 News, is currently looking for a full-time assistant managing editor, to work Mon - Fri, 10:30 am - 6:30 pm. This position is a great opportunity in Alaska journalism with an established and well-respected news source.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The job duties include: • Acting as second in command and fill-in for managing editor • Helping with public inquiries and requests • Final edits on all headlines, stories and video, weekdays • Assigning and determining placement of stories to maximize pageviews, weekdays • Reporting and writing breaking news, as needed • Helping managing editor oversee special projects and other sections • Carrying out training for all new web editors and identifying ways to increase efficiency.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful applicants will have a four-year degree in journalism or a communications-related field, demonstrate a working knowledge of editing and news writing, and have a passion for current events and a commitment to accuracy. Graphics editing and video digitizing are also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants should send a resume, including references, and cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503 Or email to lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2010-06-17

KCAW-FM Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Oversees and coordinates KCAW-FM programming and operations. Manages a large volunteer program. Seeks and facilitates community involvement. SALARY RANGE $36,630 - $49,040 DOE. This position is classified full time exempt with competitive benefit plan. THE STATION AND COMMUNITY Raven Radio is an eclectic, NPR/PRI/APRN member, community-licensed station. KCAW is a digital production facility. EEO. We serve eight communities for a population of about eleven thousand people. The station is located in Sitka, an historic, multi-cultural town on Baranof Island at the edge of the Gulf of Alaska. It is a remote and wild place with mild temperatures and about six feet of rain per year.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
POSITION DUTIES 1. Ensures quality of the on-air sound. 2. Selects and schedules programs from a variety of local, regional, national and international sources. 3. Works cooperatively with General Manager in establishing program content and format. 4. Works cooperatively with News Director and General Manager in establishing and scheduling news and public affairs programming. 5. Manages volunteer program; recruits, trains, evaluates and schedules on-air volunteers including development of live programming opportunities from downstairs café. 6. Oversees promotion and public awareness of the radio program schedule; develops and schedules on-air and off-air promotion campaigns. 7. Oversees the development of new program services including internet content. 8. Programs and maintains automation, operations and PRSS computer systems. 9. Coordinates Community Advisory Board and other programming related committees as needed. 10. Acts as station’s Music Director. 11. Works cooperatively with Development Director on scheduling of underwriting and EPSAs. 12. Coordinates special programming events and outreach projects. 13. Maintains station compliance with FCC regulations as Chief Operating Officer of KCAW. 14. Produces and/or hosts programs on-air. 15. Produces community public service announcements with digital editing software and trains volunteers to do same. 16. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION SUPERVISION Reports directly to General Manager. Supervises 100+ volunteer programmers and producers.

REQUIREMENTS:
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS 1. A minimum of two years radio experience with emphasis on community radio. Similar or equivalent experience will be considered. 2. Demonstrated volunteer supervision and interpersonal skills. 3. Ability to work under pressure and to work well with a wide variety of people. 4. A strong commitment to community involvement, creative radio, public information, audience building and promotion techniques. 5. Exceptional production and on-air performance skills, as demonstrated by an audition tape. 6. Familiarity with AudioVault, Adobe Audition and the Public Radio Satellite System or equivalent, or the demonstrated capacity and willingness to quickly become so. 7. Exceptional organizational skills. 8. Strong computer skills. 9. Demonstrated teaching skills. 10. Ability to work flexible schedule. 11. Knowledge and appreciation of a wide variety of musical genres.

HOW TO APPLY:
CONTACT INFORMATION Position is open until filled. Submit letter of interest, resume, references, and .mp3 audio samples demonstrating delivery and production skills to General Manager Ken Fate at ken@kcaw.org. Applications are also accepted at Raven Radio, 2 Lincoln Street, Suite B, Sitka, AK 99835.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-04

New Northwest Broadcasters Radio Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters is looking for talented, bright and energetic men and woman to compliment our team of radio sales marketing experts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company, then send your resume immediately to New Northwest Broadcasters, 819 1st Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99709 or e-mail your resume to fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com. NNB offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. NNB is a equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-05-11

Kodiak Island Broadcasting, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Kodiak Island Broadcasting Co., AM 560 KVOK and KRXX 101.1 JACK FM, is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time Account Executive to sell Radio Advertising. Pay includes base salary, plus healthy monthly commission with tons of earnings potential, bonus structure and medical benefits. $45K plus---annual income potential.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Position responsibilities include all aspects of creating, selling and implementing effective client and station advertising & promotional campaigns. Successful candidate maintains excellent customer relations and service. Sales experience is preferred but will train the right person.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess excellent communication skills, confidence, creativity & good organizational skills. Able to work well under pressure and self motivated.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are available at the station office or Job Services of Kodiak. POSITION AVAILABLE IN JUNE 2010. To apply, submit applications, resume and letter of interest to 1315 Mill Bay Road Kodiak, AK 99615 Attention: Ellen or call (907) 486-5159. Email ellen@kvok.com KIB Co. is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-05-14

KTVA-TV Graphics Op

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a full time GRAPHICS OP.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include preparing and airing graphics for live, fast paced, weekday evening newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong computer and spell-check skills are necessary; Photoshop experience is strongly preferred. Deko experience is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attn: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-06-16

KXD-TV New Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have proven experience of generating their own story ideas and delivering the news with great on-camera presence. Exceptional communications skills are required as well as the ability to non-linear edit video for newscasts. Previous on-air reporting experience is a plus. News 13 is a "one-man-band" operation, candidates should know how to shoot and edit video. Must have excellent organization and time management skills. The ideal candidate will be able to present ideas for several topical, relevant enterprise stories to the table each day that deliver viewer benefit. The ideal candidate will have superior writing and storytelling ability, ability to dig deep and uncover the big stories, and be able to cover and deliver breaking news with accuracy and urgency. Knowledge of current events and history, effective news writing ability for multiple platforms to include television, radio and online print and maintaining a professional personal appearance is mandatory. Must have a valid driver’s license, automobile and have the ability to work a flexible schedule.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Sam Oxman in Fairbanks at 907/374-1520 or via email at ox@tvtv.com Tanana Valley Television Co. is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-05-31

KBRW radio News Director/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The successful candidate will report and produce news for broadcast weekday mornings on KBRW. STATION BACKGROUND: KBRW AM is a public radio sole-service station serving Barrow and the North Slope of Alaska. The station covers an area of approximately 88-thousand square miles with KBRW-AM and 6 translators. KBRW AM & FM is owned by Silakkuagvik Communications, Inc. of Barrow, Alaska. LOCATION & COMMUNITY: The City of Barrow is an isolated community of approximately 5,000 year-round residents located about 750 miles north of Anchorage. KBRW AM broadcasts to 8 other communities by translator and over-the-air signal for a total listening audience of about 10,000. KBRW AM also broadcasts over the WEB at http://www.kbrw.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The News Director will also establish connections with other member stations of the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN) and when appropriate/time allows, produce content for APRN. The News Director may also establish connections with commercial news organizations as it may benefit the station. Other on-air/operational tasks may be assigned by the General Manager as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
EXPECTATIONS OF APPLICANTS: The successful candidate must be passionate about community radio & small-town journalism. In addition, sound news judgment and an ability to write for the ear are expected from applicant. Knowledge of Alaska Native and State issues a plus. The candidate will relocate to Barrow and be available to begin work within one week of arriving. REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION: • Bachelors Degree in journalism, communications or related field • At least 2 years of news reporting experience • At least 2 years of on-air / production experience • Proficiency using Cool-Edit The General Manager may wave any of the above requirements. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: • $40,000-$44,000 DOE • Medical & dental coverage • Two weeks paid personal leave per year • Paid holidays and sick leave

HOW TO APPLY:
APPLICATION PROCEDURE Applicants are welcome to email cover letter and resume to gm@kbrw.org . Please send a CD of your most relevant work to KBRW General Manager, P.O. Box 109, Barrow, AK 99723. You may also email audio files if they are 5 minutes or less. EEO For more information about the position, community, or KBRW, email gm@kbrw.org .

DEADLINE: 2010-06-18

KTUU-TV Web Managing Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you an online wordsmith? If so, KTUU Channel 2 News is seeking applicants for the position of Web Managing Editor. KTUU is Alaska\'s dominant television news source.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal candidate will be able to multitask well and manage a small staff. He or she can write snappy headlines, produce and report breaking news, repackage on-air content for an online audience and play a role in further developing one of Alaska\'s leading sources of online information.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have strong background writing and editing. Ability to self-manage is critical. Ideas and vision on the future of Web journalism are a must for this position. Some experience working with Content Management Systems, Photoshop and other Adobe software is preferable. This is not an entry-level position. A four-year degree is required, preferably in journalism or related field.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume, cover letter and references to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488 Or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

DEADLINE: 2010-08-26

KTUU-TV Web Designer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Northern Lights Media is Alaska’s fastest growing media company. More than 88 percent of the state’s news viewers watch our broadcasts on KTUU-TV Channel 2, and our websites get more than 1.5 million page views per month. This job will make you happiest if you are comfortable with the urgency of hard news deadlines and thrive in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Living in the Last Frontier is a bonus. Alaska is full of incredible stories – help us tell them!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Web Designer will be responsible for creating content-rich news websites and mobile applications with an emphasis on clean, beautiful design, easy user interface and innovative features. Our websites should also showcase our unparalleled video productions.

REQUIREMENTS:
We’re looking for an innovative, motivated Web Designer to join our team as we expand our digital presence. The ideal candidate will have experience with HTML, XML, CSS and JavaScript programming languages, as well as Content Management Systems (CMS). A background in journalism is preferred, but not required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume, cover letter, references and any examples of your work to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503. Or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-24

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska\\\'s dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude. We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
A minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography and non-linear editing required. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire) *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume, resume tape, cover letter and references to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488 Or email in Microsoft Word or pdf format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-13

KMXT Radio News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KMXT in Kodiak, Alaska, is looking for a savvy and flexible journalist to join our award-winning news department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include producing local news for our 16 weekly newscasts, hosting five of them, covering municipal beats and enterprising feature stories. We regularly file with The AP, the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN), NPR and National Native News.

REQUIREMENTS:
We’re looking for an applicant with excellent newsgathering, writing, hosting and audio editing skills, and a demonstrated mastery of Windows, Word and Audition. The successful applicant will be intimately familiar with AP Style, have high journalistic ethics and no fear of being edited. A degree in journalism, communications or something else interesting would be helpful. Two years of professional broadcast news experience minimum.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you think you’ve got what it takes, send us your resume and references, along with audio and written samples of your work. Send hard copies to: KMXT Radio, 620 Egan Way, Kodiak, AK 99615. Or send e-mail copies to gm@kmxt.org. Salary DOE, up to $35K/yr. Position open until filled. KMXT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity company.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-04

KTVF-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Can you run faster than a speeding bullet? Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Then we want you to join the super KTVF sales team. You’ll get to develop new business, create marketing plans and control your income.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to KTVF Sales Manager, 3528 International Street. Fbks, AK 99701 or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-11

Vice President/General Manager-Radio

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Vice President/General Manager – Small Market – West Coast US. Position Summary: A radio and digital media group is looking for an outstanding, sales-focused VP/General Manager to oversee a Radio/digital media operation located in a small market on the west coast. Ideal candidate will be a decisive leader who has both Radio combined with digital and integrated media general management experience. We are looking for an exceptional leader who has experience driving revenue growth, preferably in a multiple asset/multiple brand environment. In particular, having a track record of success in growing local news product as well as a broad range of programming experience with an emphasis on localism is also of strong interest. Finally, this person must have a track record of bringing people together under one common vision. We are seeking a strong decision maker who can implement a shared strategy of success with a very diverse team. This is not a job for someone who is simply a tactician and wants to sit behind the desk making plans. This leader must be a consensus-builder, highly visible in the market and very involved with the staff. The VP/GM will report to the company CEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary Position Responsibilities • Grow operating earnings. • Create and implement winning sales and product strategies. • Oversee all aspects of the operation. • Prepare and manage the fiscal budget, manage P&L, and develop/implement strategic goals for each station. • Represent company to key client accounts and community; regularly participate in local community events, representing stations as good community partners. • Manage overall direction of the market; monitor and evaluate the activities of the competition with an emphasis on growing market share. • Manage all personnel and department heads; create a positive work environment; lead by example; coach and mentor department heads as needed. • Ensure compliance with government regulations; oversee maintenance of all station records, reports and submissions. • Confer with company senior management on a regular basis; work productively and collaboratively with all department managers and the corporate office.

REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum Requirements • Broadcast General Management experience. o Preferably in local Radio. o Preferably within a multi-station environment. • Creative, idea-generating, progressive, collaborative, hands-on style of leadership. Track Record In • Exceeding revenue and cash flow goals. • Outperforming the market and growing share. • Recruiting, hiring and training a diverse and high-achieving staff. • Creating a collaborative and cohesive team. • Providing highly effective community leadership and representation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested candidates should mail cover letter and resume to OI, LLC P.O Box 99614 Seattle, WA 98139-0614 All inquiries will be kept very confidential. EOE

DEADLINE: 2010-09-14

Corporate Controller - Radio

JOB DESCRIPTION:
I know it is unusual in today’s high unemployment environment, but our operation is growing and we are looking for talented, energetic, hard working individuals to join our team. We are a west coast based broadcasting/media company with the following position available immediately: Corporate Controller. This individual should have strong analytical skills, be efficient and good at problem solving, work well with little direction and have strong management and communications skills. SCOPE Responsible for managing all financial reporting for individual markets and corporate office. Supervise, hire and train staff of accounting managers. Ensures that daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This position requires travel to states on the west coast, so individual should anticipate being out of town 5-7 business days a month.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  Responsible for reviewing the profit and loss statements by the designated deadline including an analysis of expenses and explanations of variances between budget and actual performance. This includes reviewing the monthly management report prepared by the Market Accounting Managers and General Managers monthly.  Responsible for preparing a monthly reporting package for the CFO’s review. This package will consist of a consolidated monthly statement of cash flow, income statement and balance sheet for the entire company comparing the prior month and year-to-date financials as well as detailed P&L’s and balances sheets for the corporate office and each stand alone markets.  Prepare annual budgets for the profit and loss statements as well as forecast revenues, expenses and cash inflow for all annual market events.  Review all Balance Sheet reconciliations on a monthly basis by the designated timelines and follow through to resolve any reconciliation items. Manage and review fixed assets, accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense using FAS software. Review monthly accounts receivable and identify any unusual issues with the CFO. Process and review accounts payable invoices daily and facilitate weekly check runs. Reconcile accounts on a monthly basis to ensure accurate invoicing and payments. Monitor and review all of the trade accounts receivable and accounts payable.  Manage the daily cash flow and maintain an accurate cash projection. Also manage all of the bank accounts, merchant accounts, and investment account.  Review all monthly and annual reporting, which include annual property tax statements, unclaimed property, 1099’s, Ascap, BMI, Sesac and FCC reporting.  Ensure all Accounting Managers are fully trained to perform all of the job responsibilities. Conduct an annual training for all Accounting Managers to cover all appropriate topics. This includes updating the policies and procedures manual where necessary.  Produce any necessary financial reporting needs on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis (revenue pacing reports and revenue and net income projections by market).  Manage all external audits and ensure all necessary information is both reviewed and submitted within the timelines (401K audit and Annual Financial Statement Audit).  Identify and execute process improvements to either reduce time spent and/or expenses. Perform analytical reviews on current procedures to ensure the most accurate and efficient processes are being facilitated. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for supervising off-site Market Accounting Mangers. This includes carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Knowledge of payroll, human resources and financial accounting. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS College degree in accounting. Five or more year’s private accounting experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested candidates should mail cover letter and resume to OI, LLC P.O Box 99614 Seattle, WA 98139-0614 All inquiries will be kept very confidential. EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-14

Accounting Manager-Radio

JOB DESCRIPTION:
I know it is unusual in today’s high unemployment environment, but our operation is growing and we are looking for talented, energetic, hard working individuals to join our team. We are a west coast based broadcasting/media company with the following position available immediately: Accounting Manager SCOPE Responsible for managing all financial reporting and personnel related issues for market. Oversight of traffic office functions and personnel within that department. Ensures that daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Responsible for producing an accurate profit and loss statement by the designated deadlines including an analysis of expenses and explanations of variances between budget and actual performance. • Responsible for preparing a projected profit and loss statements. • Prepare annual budgets for the profit and loss statements as well as forecast revenues, expenses and cash inflow for all annual market events. • Reconcile all Balance Sheet accounts on a monthly basis by the designated timelines and follow through to resolve any reconciliation items. • Manage and reconcile fixed assets, accumulated depreciation and depreciation expense using FAS software. • Provide daily, weekly, and monthly reports to each appropriate department to fit all analytical needs. • Process and review accounts payable invoices daily and facilitate weekly check runs. Reconcile accounts on a monthly basis to ensure accurate invoicing and payments. • Apply daily cash payments and balances to the bank deposit. Send a daily cash spreadsheet to the Controller as well as provide payment information to the sales staff. • Provide weekly accounts receivable aging reports to the Sales staff. Participate in weekly sales meetings to aid with collections as needed. Actively research and/or collect funds from clients. Performs collection tasks on past due accounts, sets-up payment plans, interfaces with collection agencies, ensures credit policies are being followed. Received and verifies applications for credit from prospective advertisers. • Monitor, reconcile and administer all of the trade accounts receivable and accounts payable. • Annual reporting includes annual property tax statements, unclaimed property, 1099’s, Ascap reporting, BMI reporting, and aiding with the FCC reporting. • Responsible for ordering and maintaining office supplies. • Obtain a full understanding of the Traffic and Accounts Receivable systems and responsibilities to ensure accurate, timely, and efficient work is completed as per the documented Traffic responsibilities. PAYROLL/HUMAN RESOURCES • Calculate sales commission based on each account executives contract that include tracking commission percentages by client, event, and/or revenue type. This also includes maintaining accurate deductions from the sales commissions including chargeback’s, cell phones, draws and advances. Also audit hourly employee timesheets and review salaried employee wages in order to submit payroll semi-monthly to the Payroll Manager accurately and within designated timelines. • Responsible for input of bi-monthly payroll for all market personnel. Responsible for entering the payroll journal entries into the general ledger which reconcile to the ADP reports and record the appropriate expenses into the appropriate periods. • Ensure vacation and personal time is documented and recorded accurately for all employees. • Oversee or act as EEO Administrator and coordinate with Corporate. Notify of any discrimination claims or repeated violations of company policies. • Conduct new employee orientations with each new hire as well as prepare and review all new hire paperwork packages for Corporate as per company policy. This includes the detailed explanation of health benefits, vacation and personal time, holidays, 401K participation, voluntary insurance and life insurance. • Responsible for maintaining complete personnel records for each employee and submitting original documents to Corporate HR Director regarding any changes in status, compensation, healthcare benefits, 401K, voluntary insurance, and employee advances. • Prepare employee separation notices and related documentation as well as conduct exit interviews. • Respond to employee complaints and maintain documentation on all issues and forward them to Corporate immediately that is potentially litigious. • Responsible for posting of required notices at cluster location. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for supervising the employees in the Traffic and Administrative roles. This includes carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Knowledge of payroll, human resources and financial accounting. LANGUAGE SKILLS Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business documents, professional journals, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS College degree in accounting or experience equivalent. Five or more year’s private accounting experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested candidates should mail cover letter and resume to OI, LLC P.O Box 99614 Seattle, WA 98139-0614 All inquiries will be kept very confidential. EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-14

Market Sales Manager-Radio

JOB DESCRIPTION:
I know it is unusual in today’s high unemployment environment, but our operation is growing and we are looking for talented, energetic, hard working individuals to join our team. We are a west coast based broadcasting/media company with the following position available immediately: Market Sales Manager This person must be a motivated, creative, strategic, solution-oriented leader who can upgrade and manage the entire sales operation.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This person will lead the overall vision of the local market in the fully integrated, rapidly evolving, highly competitive broadcast industry. The Sales Manager will mobilize the markets entire sales structure, be an analytical and strategic resource for the Market General Manager and have the ability to hire, train and retain talented and productive Advertising Executives. The Sales Manager will report to the Market GM and work collaboratively with other Sales Managers across all market.

REQUIREMENTS:
Position Requirements include: • Current sales leadership experience in Radio and Digital Media. A qualified individual will have held the title of DOS/Market Manager of market or cluster; Director of National Sales at the market/regional level; or the equivalent. • A winning track record of sales management success at the local market level. • A winning track record of sales management success working with national rep firms. • Evidence of the following: o Track record of achieving/exceeding revenue goals. o A solid understanding of customer and marketplace dynamics. o Mobilizing, collaborating and inspiring sales teams to achieve success. o Development and cultivation of successful client relationships. o Development of successful sales programs both at the local and national level. o Development of strategic plans that have led to successful outcomes. o Success in recruiting, coaching, developing and retaining sales and management talent. o Strong working knowledge of sales support products and trends for broadcast. Position Responsibilities include: • Upgrade vision and strategy for the entire sales organization; develop market revenue plan for all marketing products. • Mobilize sales operation at AE level - in executing the sales strategy with the goal of hitting and exceeding revenue goals. • Develop - in conjunction with the Market GM - pricing and inventory strategies that focus on the overall vision and strategic goals. • Collaborate at the market level in sales force development including recruiting, hiring, evaluating, coaching and facilitating personal development of Advertising Executives. • Continuously monitor and evaluate performance at the local market level with the goal of improving the sales operation. • Maintain contact with major clients to ensure high levels of client satisfaction. • Be an innovator for change and a developer of new revenue opportunities.

HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified and interested candidates should mail cover letter and resume to OI, LLC P.O Box 99614 Seattle, WA 98139-0614 All inquiries will be kept very confidential. EOE

DEADLINE: 2010-09-14

KTVF-TV Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
TRAFFIC ASSISTANT NEEDED A BUSY OFFICE IS LOOKING FOR A SELF-MOTIVATED PERSON ABLE TO WORK WITH A VARIETY OF PEOPLE. PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN TRAFFIC A PLUS. APPLICANT MUST BE ABLE TO FOLLOW DIRECTION, WORK WITH TIME SENSITIVE MATERIAL UNDER DEADLINE. COMPUTER SKILLS NECESSARY (OR A QUICK LEARNER), DATA ENTRY INVOLVED, ACCURACY AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL A MUST. SALARY DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
SEND RESUME TO KTVF TV, 3528 INTERNATIONAL, FAIRBANKS, AK 99701, ATTN: HR. or email celiavissers@ktvf11.com NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. CLOSING DATE JUNE 30,2010. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-06-30

KTVA-TV Producer/Editor/Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking a Producer/Editor/Photojournalist for our morning newscast.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The candidate will be expected to produce and edit our morning newscast as well as occasionally shoot stories out in the field.

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience in Adobe Premiere is a plus. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver's license and have a clean driving record as well as have the ability to carry at least 50 pounds of equipment for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to: KTVA Channel 11 Attention: Scott Smith 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-15

KTVA-TV PT Audio/Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a Part Time Audio/Camera Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Live on-air audio mixing, set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required shift work to include evenings and weekends. The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA Attention: Operations Manager 1007 W. 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 bhouston@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-15

KTVA-TV, Remote Events Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FLSA:  Non-Exempt (On-Call Position)                                             

The Remote Events Operator will support the field and/or broadcast operations groups for special events and on-air support.  Responsible for managing gear for   off-site events and/or troubleshooting equipment malfunctions within the master control operations group depending on the role assigned too.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Essential Duties of a Remote Events Operator:

Field Operations Essential Duties:

Work with a crew during broadcasts of special events, involving on-air support of multi-camera remote/out of studio productions.
Typically supports in the capacity of grip, cable assistant or production assistant.
Provide pre-production and post-production support as needed.  
Load gear for the off-site events ensuring safe loading into vehicles.  Ensure timely completion of deliverables.

 
Broadcast Operations Duties:

Serve as a Master Control Operator, responsible for monitoring the quality and accuracy of the on-air product.  
Ensure signal transmission meets government regulations which include both technical ones (such as those against audio over-modulation and dead air), as well as content ones (such as indecency and station identification).
Troubleshoot equipment malfunctions, and prepare programming for future playback.

REQUIREMENTS:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Must be technically astute, highly organized and have a reputation for meeting deadlines
Ability to learn quickly and take direction.
Strong verbal communication skills, particularly in the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization and individuals outside the organization.
Ability to self-start tasks without constant supervision, following through with tasks until they are completed.
Critical attention to detail.
 

Technical Skills:

Knowledge of MS Office and other common office tools software required.
Computer literate including Internet research, good organizational skills, excellent spelling & grammar and fast and accurate typing speed required.

People Skills:

Proven ability to collaborate within and outside assigned department and create an effective working environment for high traffic and/or potentially stressful workloads.
Excellent active listening skills with the ability to work effectively with technical and non-technical staff.
Neat, clean, professional appearance.

Physical Requirements: Office & Field position: Physical effort may include stooping, kneeling, touching, feeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.  Ability to lift and carry up to 35 pounds. Hearing, vision, depth perception, and hand-to-eye coordination sufficient to perform job duties.  Visual and auditory acuity necessary to operate equipment and identify color-coding.  Ability to tolerate temperature, weather extremes.  Strength stamina and coordination sufficient to perform job duties.   

Working Conditions:  When assigned to Field Operations, approximately 20% of time will be in an office environment usually, an arena-type setting. Up to 80% of time will involve outside work, in all weather conditions as well as remote locations involving harsh arctic environments. When assigned to Broadcast Operations, generally 100% of the time will be assigned to an office-type, indoor environment. Must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays as needed.  This is an on-call position.

The company and its subsidiaries operate in a 24/7 environment providing critical services to Alaskans and may need to respond to public health and safety matters or other business emergencies. Due to business needs employees may be contacted outside of the normal business hours to respond to the immediate emergency. As such, you will be requested to provide emergency after hours contact numbers, to include your home and cell phone numbers if you have those services.

Minimum Qualifications:

One or more years’ experience in television Broadcast Media environment preferred. A combination of related work experience, education, or on-site training may substitute for experience. 
High School diploma or equivalent is required. Associate’s degree in Broadcast Technology preferred.
 

Certifications: Industry specific certifications highly valued.
 

Driving Requirements (if applicable): Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a satisfactory driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

EEO: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or another characteristic protected by law.

Please apply at: http://www.gci.com/about/careers Job #17000169

Job posted by an Equal Opportunity Employer

DEADLINE: 2017-04-30

KTVA-TV Producer Assistant, Part-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Producer Assistant. KTVA-TV/CBS 11 is looking for a producer assistant. This is an entry level/minimum wage part-time position. It\'s loaded with opportunities for advancement. The schedule would be Monday-Friday 2nd shift type with occasional weekend assignments.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities include printing and distributing scripts, operating the teleprompter during the newscasts and writing/posting stories for the newscasts/website.

REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma, news writing and basic computer skills are required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resumes to: M.J. Thim Assistant News Director KTVA-TV/CBS 11 News 1007 West 32nd Avenue Anchorage, Alaska 99503 email: mjthim@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-23

Alaska Broadcast Communications, Inc.-Radio-Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Earn a decent living weekdays. On weekends snag a prize winning King Salmon or bag your limit of deer. Live and work in a small community with low crime rates, good schools and no commute time. Account rep needed for Southeast Alaska radio stations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume today jobs@abcstations.com. Alaska Broadcast Communications, Inc. is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-12

KTUU-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska’s News Source, has an opening in its marketing sales department for an Account Executive. We are looking for a specialist offering solutions to our clients marketing needs using television, internet and social media.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
College degree, media and/or outside sales experience and ability to present creatively are all necessary. Our systems require good computer skills. Must have valid Alaska drivers license and transportation, this is an outside position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send us your story and resume. lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-13

Anchorage Media Group-Radio, Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Start a new media sales career with The Anchorage Media group today. Does this describe you: a passionate story teller, self driven, with the desire to succeed? If you said yes, then you need to apply today! We offer a base salary, accredited sales training, and a great benefits package.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing current businesses.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have sales experience, preferably outside sales, and above all the will to win.

HOW TO APPLY:
Call 907/275-2289 today or send your resume’ to the Anchorage Media Group, Attn: Ron Clement, Sales Manager @ ron.clement@morris.com or mail to: 301 Arctic Slope Ave., Anchorage, AK 99518. Morris Communications is an EOE. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-20

KWHL-FM On Air Personality

JOB DESCRIPTION:
106.5 KWHL-FM Alaska’s Rock is searching for the right person to fill our night position. This is a full time position eligible for full benefits to include medical, dental, PTO, 401k and Life Insurance.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This individual must understand and relate to the rock audience, be comfortable at remotes and appearances, and be skilled in production. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments).

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal candidates will have prior on-air experience, strong announcing skills, familiarity with broadcast equipment and the ability to work well in a team environment. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please bring your air-check and fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518 Attn: Lara Bickford lara.bickford@morris.com. Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2010-07-27

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska\\\'s dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries.

REQUIREMENTS:
A minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography and non-linear editing required. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume, resume tape, cover letter and references to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email in Microsoft Word or pdf format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check

DEADLINE: 2010-09-15

KTUU Sales/Traffic Assistant (2 openings)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 – KTUU-TV is looking for two full-time assistants in our sales/traffic department. If you love making sure all the details are done accurately, keeping things organized and enjoy working with customers then this is your position. Work schedule is Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are important.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-15

KTUU-TV Meteorologist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
There\\\'s an expression in Alaska that goes, if you don\\\'t like the weather wait a minute. Things can change quickly in Anchorage and across a state that\\\'s twice the size of Texas. Forecasting the weather in Alaska can be exciting and challenging. Channel 2 News is looking for a weather person who wants to join our top-rated news department and accept that challenge. Channel 2 News is Alaska\\\'s top rated news. All of our casts dominate their time slots. Along with covering news we also place a high priority on weather.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position also requires providing content for our web site. The current opening we have is for our morning news program, but please understand that the position could change to our weekend shows.

REQUIREMENTS:
We're looking for candidates with one to two years of on-air weather forecasting and anchoring experience, plus either have their AMS seal or are currently working toward earning it. Candidates must have a strong grasp of compiling weather data and be able to present that information in a clear and concise way to our viewers. Our viewers are pilots, fishermen, outdoor recreationalists and folks who just want to know if it's going to rain.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and audition tape to: Steve Mac Donald News Director KTUU-TV 701 East Tudor Rd., Ste 220 Anchorage, AK 99503. You can also email to stevem@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-15

KSRM Radio Group News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KSRM Radio Group on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula in the great state of Alaska is seeking a knowledgeable, self-motivated person for the position of News Reporter to join our award winning news department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The individual will be required to gather, write, host and produce several news casts per day.

REQUIREMENTS:
Requirements include experience in the interviewing process and strong journalistic skills as well as the ability to work under deadlines. Professional broadcast news experience encouraged, but not required. The individual must have strong time management and organizational skills, be a self-starter and work well under little supervision. Experienced computer and internet skills are required. Applicant must be available to work evenings and weekends to cover community events and meetings.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to KSRM Inc. ATT: General Manager, 40960 K-Beach Road, Kenai, Alaska 99611 or email mattwilson@radiokenai.com. Position is open until filled. KSRM Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pay DOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KENI-AM Anchor/Reporter, Full or Part Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
News Radio 650 KENI is looking for a News Anchor/News Reporter to join our award winning team. This position is open to either Full Time or Part Time; please indicate which you are interested in when applying. Benefits are available for Full Time employees.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Need to be available to work weekends and on-call as necessary. Valid drivers license a must. Broadcast experience preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications can be found on our websites: www.kashcountry1075.com; www.kgot.com; www.magic989fm.com; www.1005thefox.com; www.650keni.com and 550thezone.com. Send Resume & Application via email to jobsanchorage@clearchannel.com. They may also be mailed or faxed to EEO Coordinator 800 East Dimond Blvd Ste 3-370 Anchorage, AK 99515 Fax 907.743.518.0 Clear Channel Radio is an EOE. Applications will be accepted until 8/6/2010.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-06

Clear Channel Radio-Anchorage P/T Board Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Radio Part Time Board Operator JoB.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Operation of Control Board for Live and Syndicated programs, off-air support of commercial production, monitor & update traffic reports, take & maintain transmitter readings & logs.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to work weekends. Basic computer skills required with some broadcast experience preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications can be found on our websites: www.kashcountry1075.com; www.kgot.com; www.magic989fm.com; www.1005thefox.com; www.650keni.com and 550thezone.com. Send Resume & Application via email to jobsanchorage@clearchannel.com. They may also be mailed or faxed to EEO Coordinator 800 East Dimond Blvd Ste 3-370 Anchorage, AK 99515 Fax 907.743.5180 Clear Channel Radio is an EOE. Applications will be accepted until 8/6/2010.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-06

Clear Channel Radio-Full Time Receptionist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Radio is looking for an Organized, Friendly, Dependable Person to Operate a multi-line phone system, interact with our listeners, welcome on site listeners.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Daily duties include: sorting mail, maintain listener Database and Prize inventory.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidate must have basic computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Prefer at least 6 months reception experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Benefits available. Applications can be found on our websites: www.kashcountry1075.com; www.kgot.com; www.magic989fm.com; www.1005thefox.com; www.650keni.com and 550thezone.com. Send Resume & Application via email to jobsanchorage@clearchannel.com. They may also be mailed or faxed to EEO Coordinator 800 East Dimond Blvd Ste 3-370 Anchorage AK 99515 Fax 907.743.5180. Clear Channel Radio is an EOE. Applications will be accepted until 8/6/2010.

DEADLINE: 2010-08-06

Alaska Public Telecommunictions, Web Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Web Producer is responsible for preparing and posting material to the Alaska Public Telecommunications (APTI) Web sites.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Web Producer will: • Edit and post stories, photos, video and podcasts in a timely and efficient manner. • Write, edit and post promotional material for APTI programs. • Work with news staff to expand APTI’s Web presence. • Help implement social media initiatives – such as Facebook and Twitter. • Collaborate with other local web editors to curate content. • Work with the development staff to plan and implement Web programs that support development and membership initiatives. • Help revise, enhance and redesign the APTI sites as needed. • Troubleshoot and quickly respond to various software or technical issues. The Web Producer will be responsible for ensuring the APTI Web site is current and engaging to various APTI audiences. This effort not only includes working with the news and programming staff, but also with the development, membership and engagement staffs. The Web Producer will work closely with the Director of Public Media to integrate social media programs into APTI initiatives, harness the power of citizen journalism, and help develop programs that allies APTI with other community organizations. Essential Duties and Responsibilities • Edit and post stories, photos, video and podcasts in a timely and efficient manner. • Edit and post promotional material. • Work with news, membership and engagement teams to enhance Web operations. • Troubleshoot and remedy simple Web issues.

REQUIREMENTS:
The Web Producer will be proficient in editing, preparing and posting material, keep abreast of contemporary Web issues; uphold the highest journalistic standards and ethics; work comfortably and professionally with internal and external stakeholders; and perform a range of other editorial or promotional duties as required. Essential Knowledge/Skills • Perform and adapt in a fast-paced, dynamic news environment. • Stay abreast of contemporary Web programs, applications and social media. • Multitask across multiple media platforms. • Work collegially in a team-based atmosphere. • Keep current with local news and events. • Adhere to acceptable journalistic styles and practices. Required Qualifications • Bachelors Degree. • Proficiency in various Web and editing programs such Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Audition, GarageBand, and iMovie. • Ability to work with multiple stakeholders and audiences. • Ability to work in a team-based organization. • Appreciation for high standards and journalistic principles. • Experience working in a news, communication, publication, broadcast or Web environment. Employee Expectations • Detail oriented with ability to manage multiple tasks. • Flexible, adaptable and proven ability to work in a deadline-driven environment. • Must be able to work various hours including, nights weekends and holidays. • Must have access to reliable transportation. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Moreover, the employee: • Must be able type using a computer keyboard. • Must be able to listen and hear audio and see video. • Must be able to work at a computer for long stretches of time. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are typical of an office environment and representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume by email to hr@alaskapublic.org. or Mail to HR, 3877 University Dr, Anchorage AK 99508. APTI is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-30

Alaska Public Telecommunications, Membership Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Membership Manager is a key position in the APTI Development Department. Individual donors contribute over 1.5 million dollars annually through KAKM and KSKA memberships and major gifts – with membership constituting the largest category of organizational revenue.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Membership Manager is responsible for the planning, implementation and oversight of all Membership level ($10 - $999) development campaigns - from direct mail to email contact to local television and radio appeals. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop a working knowledge of current events and trends in public media, with an eye for community engagement and membership development. Plan and implement several annual on-air, online and direct mail campaigns (donor acquisition, renewal, additional gift, expired, challenge grants, Kids\' Club). Take a lead role in the production of live and recorded television and radio material for fundraising and other development purposes. Acquire, schedule and manage fundraising content across various platforms (TV, FM, online). Manage and develop a robust group of individual and organizational community volunteers. Manage online donation portals and develop and maintain a consistent membership presence on the organization\'s web properties. Take a lead role in donor database management. Provide comprehensive and consistent campaign reporting and analysis. Participates as a member of the Development Team in departmental planning and budgeting. Represent APTI and its projects in a variety of public settings.

REQUIREMENTS:
KEY ATTRIBUTES: Commitment to APTI mission and ability to articulate it. Desire to lead through service. Excellent writing skills. Excellent computer and database management skills. Superior verbal communication. Flexible, adaptable and proven ability to work in a deadline-driven environment. Exceptional time management, prioritization, and problem solving skills. Facility with, and ability to learn various tools and programs, such as: Adobe Creative Suite, Wordpress, Allegiance Membership Database. Must be able to work various hours including, nights weekends and holidays. Must have access to reliable transportation. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Moreover, the employee: • Must be able type using a computer keyboard. • Must be able to listen and hear audio and see video. • Must be able to work at a computer for long stretches of time. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are typical of an office environment and representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

HOW TO APPLY:
APTI is EOE. Send resumes to hr@alaskapublic.org.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-30

Tanana Valley TV & Radio--Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television and Radio Company (FOX 7, CBS13, FM 96.9 and CHET FM) seeks motivated account executive to join our local sales team. Experience preferred but ready to train the perfect candidate to join our successful family.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Chris Fry (GM) at 374-1505 or email resume’ to chris@tvtv.com. TVTV is an equal opportunity employer. All are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2010-11-03

Development Director-Kodiak Public Broadcasting

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Full time Development Director needed to work for Kodiak Public Broadcasting (KMXT). Plans and oversees all aspects of KMXT fundraising. Salary DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Excellent organizational and communication skills required. Exceptional computer skills a must. 5+ years prior experience in development required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications may be mailed to: KMXT, 620 Egan Way, Kodiak, AK 99615, or emailed to: gm@kmxt.org. For more information, including a complete job description, please email to same address or call 907-486-3181. Position open until filled. KMXT is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-11-05

KBBI Radio, Development Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI Homer Public Radio is seeking a full time development director. Competitive salary plus medical/leave benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position develops, coordinates and maintains KBBI membership drives and mailings, underwriting, special events and other revenue-producing activities. Supports KDLL Kenai membership drives.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications: 3 years experience in non-profit fundraising and event coordination. Excellent organizing, interpersonal, oral/written communication skills; proficient w/ basic computer office software; familiarity with membership/traffic software - Allegiance experience is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: Send cover letter, resume, 3 references to KBBI, Attn: General Manager, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK, 99603 or email dave@kbbi.org. Position is open until filled. More info at www.kbbi.org. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KFAT-FM Morning Show Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
K-FAT 92-9…Alaska’s Hottest Hits…is searching for its next morning show co-host. What about Anchorage? It’s a market of nearly a third of a million in Anchorage and the Mat Su Valley including Palmer and Wasilla (yes…that Wasilla… the home of Sarah Palin). While the Last Frontier is bit removed from the lower 48…Anchorage is an active city. Plenty of great concerts, comedians and theater come to Anchorage (Did you catch KFAT on Kathy Griffin’s show?). If you love the great outdoors, enjoy incredible fishing, skiing and hiking then Anchorage is the place to live. Check us out on-line at www.kfat929.com and www.nnbradio.com.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties, besides giving our morning show host a daily dose of his own medicine, includes handling the morning show news, production, remotes and personal appearances. A Comedic flare is a plus as well as solid computer skills (you’ll assist in updating the web pages).

REQUIREMENTS:
Our ideal candidate will have a quick wit…creativity, great sense of humor, is able to dish it out and take it, and is a good storyteller, aware of current events & pop culture and a deep willingness to get involved in the community. A minimum of three years experience required, morning show experience desired but not essential.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your materials (resume, references, air work & production) to McConnell Adams, KFAT 92-9, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. You can e-mail your materials (files under 5mb please) to mcconnell.adams@nnbproduction.com. No calls please. Start date for this position is October 1, 2010. KFAT 92-9 and New Northwest Broadcasters are equal opportunity employers.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-01

KTVA-TV Managing Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Managing Editor KTVA/CBS 11 News in Anchorage Alaska has an exciting opportunity for the right person. We are looking for a master storyteller with a keen eye for what it takes to make a story an unforgettable experience for our viewers. Not only will you be working with reporters and photographers on individual \\\"pieces\\\", you\\\'ll be working with the News Director and other Station management to optimize the look and feel of our product. I\\\'m looking for an innovative thinker, someone who isn\\\'t afraid to question the status quo of local news. It\\\'s not just about our on-air product. You\\\'ll be challenged to help develop unique approaches to being in conversation with our users on-line, through social media and mobile applications. The ideal candidate is an award winning photographer or reporter with larger market experience who is ready to step into a management position. I believe to effectively teach, one must often still do - you\\\'ll need to be willing to occasionally shoot and/or report. If you think you can bring a unique perspective to our newsroom, I\\\'d love to hear from you!!!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
E-mail me your resume and thoughts at sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an E.O.E. Listing expires 9/27/10.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-04

Alaska Broadcasting Co., Account Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc. is searching for an experienced outside advertising sales executive to join our team. We\'re looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to help businesses grow and succeed through better advertising plans. Requires a mind for marketing, research, and creative message development. Television airtime, video production, and on-line advertising sales opportunities are available. The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced, professional and stable sales environment with an excellent support staff, tools, and resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include servicing and selling to existing agency and direct clients, with a major emphasis on new direct account development. The work of the sales cycle includes prospecting and lead development, appointment setting, sales consultation, proposal preparation and presentation, closing, execution, and working with the traffic and billing system, all the way through the Accounts Receivable collections process.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Office programs, good written and verbal communications skills, and demonstrate professional work ethics. College degree and relative experience preferred. The successful candidate must also have reliable transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume to: KTVA CBS-11 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206., Anchorage. AK 99503. Or via email to: lbruce@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KGTW-FM/KTKN-AM, Sales Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Come join our powerhouse country and adult contemporary stations in Ketchikan, Alaska as sales manager! Oh, what am I thinking? We have the same challenges as most other small market stations. Top mind awareness, branding, new media integration, community involvement and more. It’s enough to make my head explode! Join me in creating and selling these stations and I’ll let you ignite the fuse. (Just kidding on that last part.) Ketchikan is a vibrant community which is about to build a 23 million dollar swimming pool and a 12 million dollar library and we build ships here. Yes, it’s mostly oil money and there’s more if they’ll let us drill baby drill. Bring your sales skills, your work ethic, your umbrella and your sense of humor.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Email resume to jobs@abcstations.com. EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-13

KTVA-TV Meterologist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV, a CBS affiliate located in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska has an immediate opening for a morning show meteorologist. Have you dreamed of living in one of the most beautiful places in the world? Do you love snow and winter activities? How does 20 hours of daily sunlight in the summer sound to you? If your answer to these questions is YES then send us your resume. Winter is a big part of life in Alaska so if you\\\\\\\'re looking for tornado chasing and hurricane forecasting, look elsewhere. What you will gain up here is learning to forecast weather in one of the toughest places on Earth. In a matter of 24 hours you could have 10 inches of snow, 100 mph winds, giving way to clear skies and the northern lights. Our station is based in Anchorage. The population here is about 300,000 people and combines the perfect mix of city life with those who yearn for outdoor opportunities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The qualified candidate would do weather for our hour-long morning show as well as do cut in weather for the CBS Early Show. There will be opportunities to do fill in work for our weekend and evening newscasts. The candidate will create their own forecast and update the weather gfx each morning. The candidate will also be responsible for updating the weather website on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
We use WSI ShowFX 5.5 for our weather graphics. Knowledge of this system is a bonus, but not required. We would prefer a degree in meteorology and/or an AMS or NWA seal.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested send an email with links to your work to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-29

NNB-Radio-Fairbanks Morning Show Host/Promotions Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an immediate opening for a CHR Morning Show Host & cluster Promotions Manager. The morning drive position is for CHR/Pop station KWLF while the promotion manager duties would cover the five station cluster including CHR-KWLF, Adult Hits-KTDZ, Rock-KXLR, Sports/talk-KCBF and News/Talk-KFAR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal candidate we’re seeking will be able to handle a daily morning show (6-10 a.m.), production as assigned, remotes & personal appearances as well as oversee the promotional efforts of the cluster, working with our programming staff and our sales staff. Experience in CHR radio and promotion is heavily desired.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested person should send their resume, references, mp3 sample of air and production work to Glen Anderson, NNB Radio, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or e-mail your package (5mb or smaller please) to glen.anderson@nnbradio.com. Please…no links. Closing date for this position is September 20, 2010. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on our company jus check us out on-line at www.nnbradio.com.

DEADLINE: 2010-09-21

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking an experienced photojournalist who will be responsible for capturing compelling images and sound as well as work with a reporter to put the best possible story on air.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The candidate will be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment, and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50lbs of equipment for extended periods of time. The ideal candidate would be an all around player, willing to write as well as shoot and edit. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver\\\'s license and have a clean driving record. This is a full time position.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to: CBS 11 News Attn: Scott Smith, Chief Photographer 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-04

Alaska Broadcast Communications--Radio-Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
If you love helping small town merchants (and some big ones) sell their widgets, if you\'d like to be able to sell into multiple markets, if you are tired of working for corporate radio, if you like to hunt, fish and live in some of the most beautiful country in the world, if you like the small town atmosphere with no commute time, good schools, plenty of recreational opportunities then we\'d like to hear from you! Southeast Alaska remains atop the cruise ship destinations in the world and there\'s a reason for that! Find out what it is. Alaska Broadcast Communications has openings for account reps in all three of our Southeast Alaska markets-- Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan. Our company is proactive, innovative, embraces new technology, likes to invest in our most important asset-it\'s employees. Come be a part of a growing privately owned company and do what you do best-sell the benefits of radio!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume to jobs@abcstations.com. References would be appreciated. EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTUU-TV Anchor/Producer/Web Content Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska’s top news organization is looking for a strong, engaging anchor to help get our day off on the right foot! We’re searching for a morning co-anchor to be a member of the Channel 2 News “Morning Edition”. You can be part of a tight knit and dedicated team that’s dominated the morning news scene in Anchorage for decades. Channel 2 News has been Alaska’s news source for more than 25-years. All our shows are a dominant number one in the ratings. We’ve done this through strong storytelling and photography. Our photography staff is the NPPA station of the year. Our reporters have won numerous awards including a national Murrow this year from RTDNA. We do all of this with Alaska as our backdrop. There is no place on Earth that provides a mixture of powerful stories and incredible scenery. Our news teams have traveled from the Aleutian Chain to the 7,000 foot level of Mt. McKinley to cover stories affecting the state. Reporting the news in Alaska is an adventure!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We’re looking for candidates with great communication skills and can connect with our morning audience. The position also calls for producing part of the 90-minute show, so strong news judgment and writing skills are a must.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send or email resumes and tapes to: KTUU-TV Attn: Steve MacDonald, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488. stevem@ktuu.com. The hours are 11pm – 8am. Salary depends on experience and a full benefits package is offered with this position. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-06

Tanana Valley Radio LLC

JOB DESCRIPTION:
FM96-9 FAIRBANKS CLASSIC HITS and 93-5 CHET-FM is looking for a radio broadcast assistant to help with all aspects of radio operations including voice work, production, board operator, personal appearances, computer maintenance, and promotions. This is an entry level part-time position perfect for a college or senior level high school student looking to gain experience in the broadcast industry.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Please be detail-oriented, prompt and dependable. You should be comfortable with a microphone or camera and must have excellent computer and social networking skills. (Facebook, Twitter, You Tube). Previous radio experience and/or working towards a broadcast journalism degree preferred but not required. The schedule is 20-25 hours per week, primarily week day afternoons and some weekends with a possible future for full-time employment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email resume and voice demo (if available) to tw@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television Company/Tanana Valley Radio LLC is an E.O.E.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KHNS-FM General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Lynn Canal Broadcasting Inc., in Haines, Alaska is seeking a General Manager for KHNS–FM Community Radio Station.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The General Manager is responsible for supervising all aspects of small radio station. Leadership responsibilities include budgeting and financial management, actively engaging development and fundraising, building community partnerships, personnel management, ensuring station is compliant with FCC and other regulations, reporting to board of directors, and supervising daily radio programming and operations.

REQUIREMENTS:
There is strong preference for an applicant with experience as a Program Director. A Bachelor’s degree, two years experience in broadcasting or a combination is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Visit www.khns.org for a full job description. Please submit a cover letter, resume, a CD of any on-air experience, and any other relevant documents. All applications received by October 6, 2010 at 5:00 pm ADT, will be considered. Send to: GM Position, KHNS Board of Directors, PO Box 1109, Haines, AK 99827. File Electronically at gm@khns.org Lynn Canal Broadcasting is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-06

KTUU-TV Promotion Writer/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska’s News Source, KTUU (NBC) is seeking a promotion writer/producer who will be responsible for the conception and crafting of marketing communication in all media. This position also supports the creation of news teases for Channel 2 News, the #1 source of news and information for Alaskans throughout the State. We have an outstanding and award-winning production department to support a producer’s needs with all the technology to accommodate unique creativity. Northern Lights Media, owned by Schurz Communications, Inc. is based in Anchorage, in one of the most scenic areas of the world.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualified candidates should have experience at a local TV station or media outlet and be familiar with local TV news promotion along with knowledge of marketing disciplines. The position requires strong writing skills and experience with marketing on digital platforms.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are innovative, driven and creative, and you like adventure and the great outdoors…send a resume & cover letter to: Nancy Johnson, njohnson@ktuu.com, (907) 762-9205. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTVF-TV Commercial Video Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Create compelling TV commercials that connect with clients and viewers. Come work with the best television station in the interior, KTVF-11. You’ll have the opportunity to see your advertising ideas from initial concept to final product through script writing, videography, graphic design, and digital editing.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We’ll hire someone who can work with a team as well as independently; someone with a professional attitude who is willing to learn and grow. Shifts may occasionally include weekends and evenings. You must have a high school diploma, be able to lift up to 30 lbs equipment, have transportation and a valid driver’s license.

HOW TO APPLY:
Demo reels or examples of prior video work encouraged. Please send resume to: Commercial Producer, c/o KTVF Human Resources, 3528 International St., Fairbanks, AK 99701. celiavissers@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-10

KXLW-FM Morning Host/Asst. Pgm Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters wrapping up its search for our new morning host & assistant program director for Country-Rock 96.3 the Wolf (KXLW FM). This is a unique radio station created for Anchorage and the Last Frontier. The Wolf brings together a mix of 60% traditional Country and 40% Classic/Southern Rock targeting Men 35-54. The Wolf serves up a weekly outdoor show, fishing reports, Bluegrass on Sunday mornings and the Blues on Sunday nights. And now we’re ready to expand our staff…and this is where you come in. What about Anchorage? It’s a market of nearly a third of a million between Anchorage and the Mat Su Valley including Palmer and Wasilla (yes…that Wasilla…the home of Sarah Palin). While the Last Frontier is a bit removed from the lower 48…Anchorage is an active city. Plenty of great concerts, comedians and theater come to Anchorage. If you love the great outdoors, enjoy incredible fishing, skiing, hiking, hunting and seeing the neighborhood moose (there’s over 1600 in the city alone), then Anchorage is the place to live.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We’re looking for a person who can bring us a classic rock attitude with a country sensibility. Our mornings is a solo effort right now and we need a person who can kick start the Wolf every morning and assist in our programming efforts. Our ideal candidate will also assist in the programming efforts for our classic hits/rock station KBBO FM (92.1 Bob FM) and Hot A/C KDBZ (Buzz 102-1).

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal person for this position would have a programming and/or a morning background, is creative, is plugged into new media, loves country and rock, has an engaging personality, loves being on the radio and thrives on meeting the audience. A minimum of three years experience required, morning show and programming experience desired but not essential.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your materials (resume, references, air work & production) to Tom Oakes, KXLW FM 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. You can e-mail your materials (files under 5mb please) to tom.oakes@nnbradio.com. No calls please. Deadline for applying is October 10, 2010 with the target start date for this position is November 1, 2010 or sooner depending on availability. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and is on-line at www.nnbradio.com.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-10

KNBA-FM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KNBA 90.3 FM is currently recruiting for a new Membership/Marketing Assistant. Application deadline is Oct. 25, 2010. For more details click on the link below, spread the word and share the link! Koahnic Broadcast Corp. whose mission is to be the leader in bringing Native voices to Alaska and the nation, and which operates KNBA 90.3 in Anchorage is seeking a creative, detail-oriented individual to provide support for the Membership and Development departments. Varied, multi-faceted position where you’ll have an opportunity to be involved in Membership drives; Annual Art Auction; and various means of communicating with our members through ‘Constant Contact’ and via social media platforms. Excellent benefits. Salary D.O.E.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position will be key in helping increase use of station’s database management system-tracking member/donor information. Will also assist with producing materials for the website, media kits, press releases & related presentations.

REQUIREMENTS:
Position requires substantial use of computers for both website management and data entry. Candidate must have exp. using Adobe Photoshop & Indesign CS4; knowledge of online file management, transfer processes and HTML editors such as Dreamweaver; Microsoft Office products, and ability to learn new data management (Allegiance) software. College degree or equivalent in communications, marketing or public relations preferred. Previous experience in promotions, public relations, and/or marketing necessary.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send cover letter, resume and three professional references with contact information to: Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, ATTN: Human Resources, 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Suite 480, Anchorage, AK 99508. E-mail to: lhaase@knba.org; phone: 907-793-3500; fax: 907-793-3536. For more details see http://www.knba.org/kbc/employment.shtml, Koahnic Broadcasting Corp. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-25

KWHL-FM Show Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
106.5 KWHL Alaska’s Rock is searching for the right person to fill our Morning Show Producer position. Great Benefits package to include Health, Dental, 401, Paid Time Off and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
This individual must understand and relate to the Rock audience, be comfortable working in a team environment, and be able to learn quickly! Experience in broadcast preferred, but not a requirement. Early hours a must, and dependability must be proven in previous job experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit an aircheck and current resume for consideration to: Lara Bickford, 301 Arctic Slope Ave, Anchorage AK 99518, Fax: 907-275-2290, No phone calls please. Morris Communications is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KAYO-FM Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The new Country Legends 100.9 is looking for a hard working and fun loving salesperson who is interested in a ground floor sales opportunity. KAYO-FM is the new voice of the Valley and offers a chance for a proven outside sales person to grow and increase our advertising accounts on this new, exciting radio station. This commission-based position offers a guaranteed income, full benefits and the opportunity to pioneer a new radio station with veteran, local ownership and exceptional tools. Guarantee salary range is $30k - $40k annually DOE with eventual conversion to commissions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
KAYO-FM is a subsidiary of Morris Communications Company, MCC Radio, LLC. Morris Communications Co. is an EOE. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Please fax your resume to Scott Smith @ 907-275-2290 or email him @ scott.smith@morris.com

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTVA-TV Account Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc. is searching for an experienced outside advertising sales executive to join our team. We\'re looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to help businesses grow and succeed through better advertising plans. Requires a mind for marketing, research, and creative message development. Television airtime, video production, and on-line advertising sales opportunities are available. The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced, professional and stable sales environment with an excellent support staff, tools, and resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Duties include servicing and selling to existing agency and direct clients, with a major emphasis on new direct account development. The work of the sales cycle includes prospecting and lead development, appointment setting, sales consultation, proposal preparation and presentation, closing, execution, and working with the traffic and billing system, all the way through the Accounts Receivable collections process. Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Office programs, good written and verbal communications skills, and demonstrate professional work ethics. College degree and relative experience preferred. The successful candidate must also have reliable transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume to: KTVA CBS-11, 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206., Anchorage, AK 99503. Or via email to: lbruce@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-10-29

KTUU-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 News is looking for an aggressive and creative journalist to produce one of its top-rated newscasts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for a person who possesses strong news writing skills, news judgment and has experience in using audio and video. Must also be able to work well with people and perform under deadline pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: Steve MacDonald, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488. Or email to: stevem@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska\'s dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
A minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography and non-linear editing required. We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume tape & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KTUU-TV Sports Reporter/Fill-In Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Channel 2 Sports is looking for an experienced Sports Reporter/Fill-in Anchor.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least one year of broadcasting experience, plus the following: Strong television and web writing skills; Strong news judgment; Experience shooting and editing sports video; Current driver license with a clean driving record; Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, tape, and job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: John Carpenter, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503. Or email to: jcarpenter@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

New Northwest Broadcasters-Accounting/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
JOIN OUR TEAM. New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an opening for an Accounting/Traffic Assistant. This position will be joining the business office team for five Fairbanks radio stations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities will include applying daily cash payments, assisting and researching questions on advertiser accounts, collection on account receivables over 90 days old, assisting Traffic Manager with commercial log editing and creative assignment, providing back up coverage at front desk, and producing monthly billing/Invoicing.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate we are seeking will have strong problem solving, communication and accuracy skills. Experience in accounts receivable including collections is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume and references to New Northwest Broadcasters, Attn: Accounting Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or via e-mail to fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on our company check us out on-line at www.nnbradio.com.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

New Northwest Broadcasters Admin Asst/Front Desk

JOB DESCRIPTION:
JOIN OUR TEAM New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an opening for an Administrative Assistant/Front Desk Person. This position will be joining the business office team for five Fairbanks’ radio stations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities will include welcoming on site visitors and listeners, distributing and maintaining prize inventory, answering routine questions about organization and providing callers with office address and directions, assisting with creating sales presentations, promotional materials, and event signage as needed, sorting mail, and maintaining client contract files.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate we are seeking will be dependable, friendly and organized. Experience in operating a multi-line phone system and general use of office equipment is required. Candidate must have basic computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Prefer at least 6 months reception experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume and references to New Northwest Broadcasters, Attn: Accounting Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or via e-mail to fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on our company check us out on-line at www.nnbradio.com.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-10

KTVA-TV Morning Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Here are three easy questions. Are you a reporter looking to make that jump to the anchor desk? Have you always wanted to show a little more of your personality on air but haven’t been able to? Do you know how to truly connect with your audience? If you answered yes to all three, I have one last question. Do you have creative ideas to bring to the table as we start to develop our new morning show? If you do, then I want to hear from you. I’m looking for a dynamic, energetic, engaging journalist to be our new morning anchor/producer. It’s a unique opportunity to be a part of the planning process as we redefine our morning show. Previous experience preferred but would consider a standout recent journalism and/or communications graduate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-12

KTVA-TV Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an opening for a news producer. We’re looking for someone who has strong news judgment and solid writing skills. You need to be organized, creative and calm under pressure. Two things that are a “must”…your natural curiosity about news and your ability to showcase stories in an engaging way.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send your resume, writing samples and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-12

KTVA-TV Accounting Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Accounting Assistant for KTVA. Bookkeeping assistant experience a plus but not required. Willing to train the right person.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Accounting - Accurate data entry of payables. Payables filing. Daily recon of advertising logs. Daily electronic deposits. Occasional bank runs. Record customer payments and generate weekly reports for sales staff. Collate and mail out monthly billing statements, invoices, and notarized scripts. Generate and record mid month and end of month customer automatic payments. Responsible for monthly reports to CBS, ASCAP. Filing. General Office – Greet customers and receive deliveries. Refill copy machine paper. Maintain postage meter with postage. Order office supplies. Pick up supplies from Sams Club/Costco using personal vehicle. Maintain organization of office supply inventory. Other tasks as may be assigned by the Business Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
At least one year of work experience required. Must be punctual, organized and have good attendance. Attention to detail a must. Must have familiarity with computers including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook. QuickBooks experience nice but not required. Must have a current driver license, reliable transportation and a good driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Work Schedule: Full time 7am – 4pm M-F. Please fax or email resume to: Email: ssinclair@ktva.com. Fax: 907-646-2188 Attn: Business Manager. Alaska Broadcasting Company Inc dba KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-12

KTVA-TV Producer Assistant, Part-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV/CBS 11 is looking for a producer assistant. This is an entry level/minimum wage part-time position. It\\\'s loaded with opportunities for advancement. The schedule would be Saturday and Sunday 2nd shift.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities include printing and distributing scripts, operating the teleprompter during the newscasts and writing/posting stories for the newscast/website.

REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma, news writing and basic computer skills are required.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EOE. Please send resumes to: M.J. Thim, Asst. News Director, KTVA-TV/CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99503 or email mjthim@ktva.com. This job posting expires on Dec 16, 2010.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-10

KTVF-TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately on the overnight shift (Midnight to 8AM).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job Duties: Responsible for on-air operation, Satellite recordings, dubbing and editing videotape. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Operation of video tape formats and machines. Report to Chief Engineer.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Trained in television master control operation or cable channel switching. (employer is willing to train the right individual.) Ability to make sound judgements under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work nights.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to davecastor@ktvf11.com or phone 458-1840. KTVF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-07

KTVA-TV Part Time Audio/Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a PART TIME AUDIO/CAMERA OPERATOR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: live on-air audio mixing, set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation. Required shift work to include evenings Wednesday through Sunday.

REQUIREMENTS:
The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an EOE. This listing expires on 12/22/10.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-22

KTVF-TV Morning Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska\\\'s market leader is looking for a morning news anchor/reporter to compliment our team. Position open until filled.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
If you are a morning person, this is a great opportunity to produce and anchor the Fairbanks Morning News. Other newscasts may be assigned as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-10

NNB Radio Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
NNB Radio is looking for a talented, bright energetic individual to compliment our team of radio marketing experts. New Northwest Broadcasters is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you’ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generate revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. Identify market potential by qualifying accounts. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Close sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities overcoming objections preparing contracts. Expand sales on existing clients by intruding new products and services. Recommend new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contribute information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sell advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the station’s listeners. Coordinate all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develop new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Update job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
Presentation skills, internal communications, informing others, verbal communication, closing skills, motivation for sales, sales planning, territory management, prospecting skills, persistence, and meeting sales goals. Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations, sales principles and practices, products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Excellent negotiating, verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multi task and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you’ve ever thought – even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self motivated and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume and references immediately to NNB Radio, 833 Gambell, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or e-mail your resume and references to jobs@nnbradio.com or fax to 522-6053. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KSTK-FM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KSTK-FM in Wrangell, Alaska, is looking for an experienced, self-starting, full-time reporter and host. KSTK is a member of the Alaska Public Radio Network and CoastAlaska. Wrangell is a 2,000 + population, Southeast Alaska island community with residents working in timber, fishing, tourism and government. Hunting, fishing, hiking, boating and other recreational opportunities abound.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include producing local and regional news, interviews and features; hosting newscasts; filing reports for regional and statewide broadcast; participating in fundraising efforts; and other tasks as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Degree and/or two years experience in journalism preferred. Alaska experience preferred, but not required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resumes, work samples and references to General Manager Peter Helgeson at info@kstk.org or KSTK-FM P.O. Box 1141, Wrangell, AK 99929. Position open until filled. KSTK-FM is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-10

KBBI Radio, Development Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI Homer Public Radio is seeking applications for a full time development director, hire to be made in the spring of 2011.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position develops, coordinates and maintains KBBI membership drives and mailings, underwriting, special events and other revenue-producing activities. Supports KDLL Kenai membership drives.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications: 3 years experience in non-profit fundraising and event coordination. Excellent organizing, interpersonal, oral/written communication skills; proficient w/ basic computer office software; familiarity with membership/traffic software - Allegiance experience is a plus. Competitive salary plus medical/leave benefits.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, 3 references to KBBI, Attn: General Manager, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK, 99603 or email dave@kbbi.org. Position is open until filled. More info at www.kbbi.org. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-08

KTUU-TV Master Control Board Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has an opening for a full-time Master Control Board Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for switching all logged commercial and program content on KTUU’s broadcast signal(s), monitoring and maintaining the technical quality of that content as well as the quality of the transmission of that content, recording incoming program and commercial feeds as required, and various other related duties. Receives program and spot-related information from the Programming Department, the Sales/Traffic Department, and the News Department. There are other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Requires thorough operational familiarity with all MCR equipment and systems, including routing, monitoring, switching, recording, playback, timing, etc.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume and job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or email to: lswen@ktuu.com. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-25

KTVF-TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately. Hours are Mon-Wed 4PM-Midnight and weekend Daytime.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reponsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings, dubbing and editing videotape. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Operation of video tape formats and machines. Report to Chief Engineer.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Trained in television master control operation or cable channel switching. (Employer is willing to train the right individual). Ability to make sound judgments under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work nights and weekends.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to davecastor@ktvf11.com or phone 907/458-1840. KTVF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2010-12-31

KBBI Radio, Development Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI is a 10,000 watt AM station serving about 14,000 people in the southern Kenai Peninsula. Homer, Alaska is located at the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, and is connected by road to Anchorage, 225 miles to the north. KBBI works closely with KDLL FM91.9 in Kenai, Alaska, which serves about 35,000 people in the central Kenai Peninsula. Homer features a mild climate and is situated on the shores of beautiful Kachemak Bay. Local activities include wildlife viewing, kayaking, sport fishing and other marine- and land-based recreational opportunities such as skiing and hiking on groomed trails or in the backcountry. Homer supports a lively arts community, many fine restaurants, a brewery, a meadery, great music and friendly people.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Excellent interpersonal, written communication, and organizing skills. Non-profit fundraising, membership and event coordination experience. Basic computer software, spreadsheet and database experience. Familiarity with membership and traffic software - Allegiance a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and references to David Anderson, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, Alaska, 99603. Or email to dave@kbbi.org. KBBI is EEO. Health and leave benefits. Hourly rate competitive, DOE. Application review begins 12/20/10.

DEADLINE: 2011-02-10

KTUU-TV Operations Spot Digitizer/Floor Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Spot Digitizer portion:
Responsible for timely ingestion and quality assurance of commercial spots, promos, PSAs, etc. into the Master Control (MCR) video server so that they are ready for air.

Floor Director portion:
Responsible for being present in the News Studio before and during live Newscasts, addressing technical & logistical issues that may arise with equipment or on-air talent.

REQUIREMENTS:

SPOT DIGITIZER Job skills needed:

  • Operational knowledge of job-related equipment, including: Sundance Server, DG server, NBC Videoship server, Leitch Digital Router, Betacam SX video tape machine, video & audio monitoring, including video waveform and digital audio scope.
  • Ability to edit non-linear & linear edit styles for trimming spots and sometimes editing them together. Must be able to use video & audio scopes to accurately gauge and adjust color levels, brightness, black levels, saturations, etc. as well as adjust to correct audio levels.
  • Ability to be a self-starter and complete required tasks with minimal supervision, including following up on problems.
  • Organizational skills for maintaining MCR source tape library, and correctly completing and filing digitizing forms.
  • Communication skills to clearly describe issues with source spots, digitizing orders or other problems to the correct KTUU department.

FLOOR DIRECTOR Job skills needed:

  • Working knowledge of every piece of equipment in the studio so that in an emergency you can diagnose and correct problems that may happen with any given item.
  • Ability to speak loudly and assertively (while maintaining courtesy & decorum), in order to communicate quickly and clearly with on-air talent and others in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Ability to interact appropriately with others in stressful situations in order to assist the on-air talent to feel at ease and confident with the technical equipment and crew.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume & cover letter to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503 or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com.
NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-09

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 NEWS, Anchorage Alaska, is seeking an experienced photojournalist who will be responsible for capturing compelling images and sound as well as work with a reporter to put the best possible story on air. This is a full time position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The candidate will be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment, and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50lbs of equipment for extended periods of time. The ideal candidate would be an all around player, willing to write as well as shoot and edit. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver’s license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape to: CBS 11 News, Attn: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or email sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-01-24

KTUU-TV Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Director is ultimately responsible for all technical aspects of the live news production, as well as coordination with the News Department and PCR (Production Control Room) crew to create a smooth, error-free on-air news product. Serves as immediate shift supervisor of the rest of the PCR crew. Provides first point of contact for resolving personnel or equipment issues in the absence of a higher-level manager.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities: • Knowledge of the various computers running production-related software, their interactions with each other and their functioning as part of an interconnected automation system. • Ability to communicate with crew & talent accurately, quickly, efficiently, effectively. • Foster close teamwork and cooperation among PCR crew and between crew and News Department – serve as a communications gateway between the Newsroom and Operations. • Ability to operate and train others on all the PCR production equipment, requiring a working knowledge of various positions, including: o Director o Technical Director o Chyron Operator o Audio Operator o Shading Engineer o Tape Operator / Digital Server Playout Operator o Live Van Operator o Studio / Remote Camera Operator o Floor Director o Tele-prompter Operator • Manage the PCR crew to ensure daily responsibilities are covered. • Develop co-workers by ensuring they are cross-trained in the different positions available. • Be a watchdog for the technical quality of the newscasts and work with management and engineering to find ways to improve and develop solutions to problem areas. • Supervise production of live updates and/or tape updates for 3pm and 4pm and other updates and promos immediately following most newscasts. • Evening Newscast Production: o Coordinate pre-production of any elements needed by the News department. o Work with the News Room Producer to ensure the show rundowns are accurate for on-air execution. o Utilizing Associated Press\'s Electronic News Production System (ENPS), and in partnership with the Assistant Director, build on-air playback commands via Media Object Server (MOS) commands for the various interfaced equipment per show requirements, including dropping specific codes into ENPS rundown that specify what channel video elements will appear in News Q Pro. o Double-check various Chyron codes are set to load in their correct channels. o Clean up the rundown to ensure clear information exists for live shots and camera events. o Begin dropping in Overdrive commands into scripts. o Ensure final rundowns are printed and distributed by 4:30 p.m. o On headset at 15 minutes to air (5:45 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 9:45 p.m.) o Prepare switcher, robotic cameras, Chyron LEX and Overdrive system for air. o Direct the newscast while operating the Overdrive automation system (equivalent of Technical Director, Playout Operator and Chyron Operator). o Write and e-mail reports detailing any problems with the newscasts. • Responsible for ensuring that qualified personnel are available throughout the shift to assist the News Department with anticipated and unanticipated technical needs, such as setting up an unexpected news update for breaking news, helping with a dub, etc. • Responsible to assist in coordinating coverage of absences (primary responsibility of the Assistant Operations Manager).

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application (which can be found at www.ktuu.com) to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488 Or email to lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-03-22

KTUU-TV Online Journalist Part-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We’re seeking a part-time online journalist to post content, including photos and videos, aggregate content of local interest, provide analysis, interact with readers and cover live events in and around Anchorage.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Chief Responsibilities: Posting stories, photos, videos and documents to our web site, aggregating content from internal resources as well as external resources. Producing and posting breaking news on deadline. Community Engagement: Interact with local news consumers and the blogging community. This includes, but is not limited to, commenting (on your own articles as well as news on other sites), Tweeting, chatting and Digging. Site Updates: Read, listen and consume stories from multiple news outlets, aggregating information while providing a fresh perspective and highlighting stories with the potential to generate intense local conversation.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must be highly motivated, have solid news judgment, writing, multimedia and SEO skills. The work schedule will be flexible and the pay rate is entry-level. Requirements: Solid news judgment, excellent writing and SEO skills, HTML proficiency, strong understanding of multiple Web 2.0 platforms, and a keen sense of the evolving online journalism industry. Video editing and photography skills are a plus. Must be able to generate ideas and work independently.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email your resume with references to: takimoff@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-08

KTUU-TV Marketing Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Northern Lights Media, Inc. has a full-time opening for a Marketing Director. This is a leadership role and drive growth for five major brands: Channel 2 News & programming, KTUU.com, GoToAK.com, Community service projects. We are looking for a brand manager to plan and oversee all marketing and positioning efforts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for identifying trends and setting & leading the strategies that will increase users and viewers. An understanding of branding and the ability to create/execute strategic plans are a must as you collaborate with directors in news, web and production while we continue our tradition of innovation and award-winning journalism.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications:

  • Bachelor`s degree in communications, business, marketing or related field. Alaska experience a plus!
  • 2+ years of previous marketing manager experience.
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team player.
  • Work well in a fast-paced creative environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, references, and job application to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-10

KFAT-FM Morning Show Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
K-FAT 92-9…Alaska’s Hottest Hits…is searching for its next morning show co-host. What about Anchorage? It’s a market of nearly a third of a million in Anchorage and the Mat Su Valley including Palmer and Wasilla (yes…that Wasilla… the home of Sarah Palin). While the Last Frontier is bit removed from the lower 48…Anchorage is an active city. Plenty of great concerts, comedians and theater come to Anchorage (Did you catch KFAT on Kathy Griffin’s show?). If you love the great outdoors, enjoy incredible fishing, skiing and hiking then Anchorage is the place to live. Check us out on-line at www.kfat929.com and www.nnbradio.com.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties, besides giving our morning show host a daily dose of his own medicine, includes handling the morning show news, production, remotes and personal appearances.

REQUIREMENTS:
Our ideal candidate will have a quick wit…creativity, great sense of humor, is able to dish it out and take it, and is a good storyteller, aware of current events & pop culture and a deep willingness to get involved in the community. A Comedic flare is a plus as well as solid computer skills (you’ll assist in updating the web pages). A minimum of three years experience required, morning show experience desired but not essential

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your materials (resume, references, air work & production) to McConnell Adams, KFAT 92-9, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. You can e-mail your materials (files under 5mb please) to mcconnell.adams@nnbproduction.com. No calls please. KFAT 92-9 and New Northwest Broadcasters are equal opportunity employers.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-15

KIYU-FM Operations/News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Radio Station KIYU in Galena, Alaska is looking for an Operations / News Director. Salary $29,000-$35,000 DOE plus benefits & housing.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have 3 recent years experience in radio production and on-air work. Must also have a good working knowledge of computers and the web.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send Resume and references to General Manager, KIYU, P.O. Box 165, Galena, AK 99741. For more information call (907) 656-1488, Fax (907) 656-1734, Email package to: kiyuradio@gmail.com. EOE

DEADLINE: 2011-06-01

Traffic Coordinator - Anchorage Media Group (Radio)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Anchorage Media Group, parent company of KBRJ-FM, KWHL-FM, KMXS-FM, KEAG-FM, KHAR-AM and KFQD-AM has an immediate, full time opening for a Traffic Coordinator. The Traffic Coordinator position is a Monday thru Friday, 8a-5p position with full benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Core duties include the daily input, processing and preparation of radio commercial logs and other clerical duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
This data-entry position requires computer skills, speed and accuracy combined with the personal desire to work in a fun, fast paced environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email your resume at yvonne.bigalke@morris.com or fill out an application @ 301 Arctic Slope Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99518. Drug Testing will be required prior to hire. AMG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-02

Radio Morning Show Host-Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting

JOB DESCRIPTION:
A revitalized Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting is looking for the morning show that will help lead us into unprecedented growth in the coming years not only across the Mat-Su Valley, but the entire state of Alaska. We have just completed our move into new facilities in the heart of Wasilla with new studio accommodations for all three of our radio properties. The smell of new sound-proofing, paint, carpet, and equipment still lingers in the air! Are you looking to do a “show” and not a “shift”? Do you want to have control over how your show is developed? Does getting ingrained in your local community and actually making a difference “push your buttons”? If you answered yes to any of the above we need to meet now!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please forward a resume, demo, and references to: Ray Babowicz, Corporate Operations, Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting, 851 East Westpoint Drive, Suite 301, Wasilla, AK 99654. Or via email to: ray@kmbq.com. Spirit of Alaska Broadcasting is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-28

KTVA-TV News Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV/CBS 11 Anchorage, Alaska is looking for a talented and energetic weekday evening news anchor/reporter. This is a great opportunity for a person who\'s seeking the perfect market that balances work and outdoor fun in The Last Frontier!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have previous anchoring experience along with at least three years reporting experience. Engaging and comfortable on camera delivery skills are a must. Our ideal candidate is a strong writer with critical news judgment that works well with a team.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and/or link to electronic resume to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99503; email sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-11

Account Exec KFQD/KWHL/KMXS-FM\'s

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KFQD/KWHL/KMXS has an immediate opening for a professional, highly motivated AE with strong sales, communication and organizational skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for development of new direct business, maintaining an established client base, and developing new strategies and marketing campaigns.

REQUIREMENTS:
In order to succeed at this job you must be a self starter, motivated, hungry to always want more and not afraid of commission sales. Creativity, effective writing, oral communication and computer skills are a must. Outside sales and customer service work experience a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit a cover letter describing your experience and what makes you qualified for this position along with a resume. Only qualified candidates providing requested information will be considered. Send your cover letter and resume to kim.shuck@morris.com. No phone calls please. Anchorage Media Group and Morris Communications are EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-24

Producer Assistant, KTVA-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV/CBS 11 is looking for a weekend producer assistant. This is an entry level/minimum wage part-time position. It\'s loaded with opportunities for advancement. The schedule would be Saturday and Sunday 2nd shift.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities include printing and distributing scripts, operating the teleprompter during the newscasts and writing/posting stories for the newscasts/website.

REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma, news writing and basic computer skills are required.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EOE. Please send resumes to: M.J. Thim, Assistant News Director, KTVA-TV/CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99503. mjthim@ktva.com

DEADLINE: 2011-06-24

News Reporter, KTVA-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a reporter to join its strong news team. A college degree in Communications or Broadcast Journalism is required, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred. Full time.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You\'ll be responsible for generating, researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong work ethics and high journalistic standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EOE. Please send DVD or web link to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. sfeger@ktva.com.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-24

Ops Manager, KVOK-AM/KRXX-FM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Operations Manager for 98.7 FM KVOK AM 560, and KRXX 101.1 JACK FM in Kodiak, Alaska Very small market radio for an island community with a population of approximately 13,500. Excellent opportunity for someone looking to grow in radio. Locally programmed Country format AM, and Variety FM. Audio Vault AV Flex. Position is full time permanent, salary doe with benefits, available in late April.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Looking for a strong on air talent, with music programming and technical experience as well as exceptional communication and organizational skills.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your air check, resume and cover letter or your inquiries, to ellen@kvok.com. Kodiak Island Broadcasting as an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-09

KSKO-AM General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Kuskokwim Public Broadcasting Corporation (KPBC) is currently seeking applicants for the position of General Manager at KSKO, McGrath, Alaska. McGrath is located on the historic Iditarod Trail, 350 miles west of Anchorage. KSKO has been providing critical public radio service to the Interior of Alaska for 30 years. KSKO is a sole service public radio station providing news, weather, public service messages and music to listeners in rural Alaska 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Funding sources include the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, underwriters, listener donations and other sources. Salary Range: $44,000 - $52,000.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The General Manager reports directly to the KPBC Board of Directors and manages a small staff of employees and volunteers. KSKO controls programming with Media Touch automation and produces 10,000 watts of AM radio with two 30 KW generators. The General Manager\'s role is to ensure that KSKO meets its obligations to its listeners, its funders and to regulatory agencies. Duties of the GM include: board support, budget development, station finances and bookkeeping, grant reporting, fundraising, programming, facilities maintenance, employee management and legal/FCC compliance.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants should have management experience, strong skills in fundraising and financial management, the ability to work with diverse groups, computer expertise and strong verbal and written communication skills. Non-profit and public radio experience preferred, including knowledge of FCC regulations.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume, a cover letter and three references to GM Search Committee, PO Box 70, McGrath, AK 99627 or to gm.ksko@gmail.com. Applications can also be faxed to (907) 524-3436. For a full job description or further information, call 907 524-3001. KPBC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-25

KTVF-TV Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska\'s market leader is looking for a full time anchor/reporter to compliment our team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Will also be responsible for contributing to web content. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-04-28

Gen Sales Manager, Ohana Media Group (Radio)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Oversight of market sales staff to facilitate the achievement of market revenue goals. Responsible for facilitating the implementation of radio and/or other non-spot NTR programs designed to achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Would be responsible to recruit, train and mentor the market advertising executives to reach individual sales goals. Oversee the coordination of all aspects of client radio advertising campaigns including copy writing, production, billing, collections and station events. Will also be responsible to work with the national rep firm to secure national business for the radio stations. Would be required to move to the Astoria, Oregon market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to Bill Sigmar, COO Ohana Media Group @ bill.sigmar@ohanamediagroup.com. Ohana Media Group is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-14

KTVF-TV Sales Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF has an immediate opening for a Sales Account Executive. We’re looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, ability to organize their work day and establish client relationships. Computer skills a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to: Sales Manager 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-02

KBRW AM/FM General Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBRW AM & FM, Barrow, Alaska is seeking applicants for the position of General Manager. Barrow is located at the most northern point in the United States of America, 320 miles above the Arctic Circle. KBRW AM & FM have broadcast to Barrow, and North Slope Villages for over 30 years. KBRW is a sole service public radio station; it provides news, weather, public service messages, civic and cultural programming, and entertainment to listeners across Arctic Alaska 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. KBRW streams via its’ website (www.kbrw.org) Funding sources include the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, underwriters, listener donations and other sources. Salary plus housing.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The General Manager reports directly to the KBRW Board of Directors. Position duties include: management of five employees and volunteers, ensure KBRW meets obligations to funders and regulatory agencies, board support, budget development, financial management and bookkeeping, fundraising, facilities maintenance.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants should have management experience, strong skills in fundraising and financial management, the ability to work with a diverse population, good I.T. skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Non-profit and public radio experience preferred, including knowledge of FCC regulations.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and letter of interest to: gm@kbrw.org. Or by mail to: Manager Search, KBRW AM & FM, P.O. Box 109, Barrow, Alaska 99723. Open till filled. KBRW is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-06

KTVA-TV, Chief Photographer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an exciting opportunity for the right person. We are looking for a Chief Photographer - a master storyteller with a keen eye for what it takes to make any story an unforgettable experience for our viewers. Not only will you be working with photographers (and reporters) on individual "pieces", you'll be working with the News Director and other station management to optimize the look and feel of our product. The ideal candidate is an award winning photographer with larger market experience who is ready to step into a management role. If you think you can bring a unique perspective to our newsroom, I'd love to hear from you!!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and samples of work to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-07

KTVA-TV Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a reporter to join its strong news team. Full time.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You\'ll be responsible for generating, researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
A college degree in Communications or Broadcast Journalism is required, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred. Strong work ethics and high journalistic standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send DVD or web link to: Staci Feger-Pellessier News Director KTVA CBS 11 News 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503 sfeger@ktva.com KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-07

Graphics Operator, KTUU-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This position is responsible for creating supportive broadcast graphics for Channel 2 News. Works closely with reporters, editors and assignment desk to creatively create appropriate graphical support required for television journalism stories. Work schedule is Wednesday – Sunday, 1:45 pm – 10:45 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Communicate with the report requesting graphics, the assignment desk and the producer(s) to coordinate and prioritize graphic needs. Make sure graphic elements accurately portray and/or support the submitted facts. Try to catch any errors in grammar, spelling and layout of the graphical screen. Ensure quality, consistency and compatibility of graphic design from creation to on-air presentation. Transcode video clips for ingest to news edit bay computers. Process pictures for ingest to news edit bay computers.

REQUIREMENTS:
Familiarity with Photoshop, Aftereffects, Google Maps and Final Cut Pro a plus!

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application (available on web site) to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-22

News Reporter - KXD-TV

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CBS News 13 is searching for an aggressive, enterprising general assignment reporter to join its news department.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have proven experience of generating their own story ideas and delivering the news with great on-camera presence. Exceptional communications skills are required as well as the ability to non-linear edit video for newscasts. Previous on-air reporting experience is a plus. Candidates should know how to shoot and edit video. Must have excellent organization and time management skills. The ideal candidate will be able to present ideas for several topical, relevant enterprise stories to the table each day that deliver viewer benefit. The ideal candidate will have superior writing and storytelling ability, ability to dig deep and uncover the big stories, and be able to cover and deliver breaking news with accuracy and urgency. Knowledge of current events and history, effective news writing ability for multiple platforms to include television, radio and online print and maintaining a professional personal appearance is mandatory. Must have a valid driver’s license, automobile and have the ability to work a flexible schedule.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Sam Oxman 907.374.1520 or ox@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television Company and KXD-TV are EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-06

KTVA-TV Part Time Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a Part Time Camera Operator, 5p-7p & 9p-11p M-F. Schedule could include occasional weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation.

REQUIREMENTS:
The duties require a person to be dependable, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an EOE. Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. bhouston@ktva.com.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-13

KTVA-TV Station Promotion Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV is looking for a STATION PROMOTION PRODUCER who can handle multiple projects on a tight deadline.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You need to be able to write, produce, shoot and edit daily news topicals, POP’s, image spots, creative and compelling sweeps spots, PSA’s as well as station image promotion for KTVA and all of its affiliated brands.

REQUIREMENTS:
We use Adobe CS3. Expertise in After Effects, Premiere, Soundbooth and Photoshop is a must. You need to have a strong knowledge of the Internet, social media and other viral marketing applications. This position reports to the News Director and will be expected to be an active contributor to our daily news meetings.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA-TV is an EOE. If you think you’d be a good fit - send your resume and a sample of your work to sfeger@ktva.com. Sell me!! Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director KTVA CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503.

DEADLINE: 2011-05-16

NNB Radio - Admin Asst/Front Desk

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an opening for a full time Administrative Assistant/Front Desk Person.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties & Responsibilities: This position will include answering incoming telephone calls, answering routine questions about the radio stations, welcoming onsite visitors, distributing prizes to listeners, mailing out billing, data entry of commercial scripts and spot times, assisting with web site updating, and filing.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate we are seeking will have strong people, communication and organizational skills. Experience in answering phone calls and general use of office equipment is required. Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities: 1. Ability to interact with clients, co-workers, and management in a professional manner. 2. Ability to deal with interruptions while maintaining courteous manner. 3. Ability to work independently and exhibit self-motivation. 4. Ability to multitask, prioritize, and organize. 5. Experience with computers and software programs (Preferably Oulook, Word, Excel) 6. Experience in telephone reception, faxing, and using a copy machine. 7. Perform tasks with attention to detail and accuracy. Required Experience/Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Prior experience in an office environment preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume and references to: New Northwest Broadcasters, Attn: Accounting Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or via e-mail to fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-06

NNB-Radio Traffic Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
New Northwest Broadcasters of Fairbanks has an opening for a Traffic Director. This position will be joining our business office team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties & Responsibilities: This position will include entering advertising orders; reconciling, producing and editing commercial logs; entering commercial airing instructions; designing and producing reports; and assisting with monthly billing.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate we are seeking will have strong problem solving, multitasking, and accuracy skills. Experience in data entry is required. Required Abilities: Ability to handle pressure and meet daily deadlines, Ability to complete data entry in a timely manner with a high level of accuracy, and the ability to work independently. Education and Licensing Requirements: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Minimum one year prior experience in an office environment performing data entry/billing functions. Proficient knowledge and experience with personal computers and software programs.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume and references to: New Northwest Broadcasters, Attn: Accounting Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701 or via e-mail to fairbanksjobs@nnbradio.com. New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-06

KTUU-TV Assignment Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska’s news leader is looking for an experienced, organized and aggressive assignment editor. This is one of the most important jobs in our newsroom so the person we hire must possess a whole host of skills. Channel 2 News has been Alaska’s number one news station for more than a generation. Our standards for news coverage are very high and the person we hire will be asked to carry on that tradition. Work schedule is M-F, 9am-6pm. Pay DOE, full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least two years worth of experience as an assignment editor. You must have strong news judgment, journalistic ethics and have strong communication skills with reporters, photographers, producers and our web department, KTUU.COM. You also must have good people skills and keep your cool while multi-tasking under deadline pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send reels or links, cover letter, resume & job application (available on web site) to: Steve MacDonald, KTUU News Director, 701 East Tudor Rd. Suite 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503. stevem@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-17

KTUU-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska's dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude and a minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography. Pay DOE. Full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Final Cut Pro experience is required. Experience with web-based journalism a plus! We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds. Work schedule to include weekends.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume tape, and job application (available on web site) to: KTUU-TV Attn: HR Director 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220 Anchorage, AK 99503-7488 Or email to: lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-17

KTVF-TV Part Time Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF is looking for a part-time Master Control Operator to begin work immediately. This is for the weekend midnight to 8AM shift.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job Duties: Responsible for on-air operation; Satellite recordings, dubbing and editing videotape; Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports; Operation of video tape formats and machines. Report to Chief Engineer.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent; Trained in television master control operation or cable channel switching. (employer is willing to train the right individual); Ability to make sound judgements under stressful conditions; Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work nights.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to davecastor@ktvf11.com or phone 458-1840 KTVF is an Equal Opportunity Emloyer.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-02

KTVA-TV Assistant Chief Photographer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS 11-News in Anchorage, Alaska has an exciting opportunity for a photographer ready to take on some management/leadership responsibilities. You'll work closely with our Chief Photographer and other news managers in making sure we always have the best possible story on air. This isn't a "desk" job - you'll still be shooting and editing. This is a full time position. KTVA is an EOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You need to be able to lead by example and have great communication skills. You'll be expected to operate live ENG equipment, edit on both linear and non-linear equipment and have the ability to carry a minimum of 50 pounds of equipment for extended periods of time. The applicant must be able to obtain an AK driver's license and have a clean driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a sample of your work and your resume to sfeger@ktva.com.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-07

On Air Talent - KYSC/KDJF-FM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley TV/Tanana Valley Radio LLC is hiring a full time air talent for FAIRBANKS radio stations KYSC-FM and KDJF-FM. Candidate must currently reside in Alaska with a minimum of 2-years of experience in small market radio and knowledge of the country and classic rock formats.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Degree in communications, journalism or marketing preferred. Position requires working a flexible schedule, early mornings and some weekends.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email resume and voice demo (if available) to tw@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television Company & Tanana Valley Radio LLC is an E.O.E.

DEADLINE: 2011-06-08

KTVA-TV Weekend Meteorologist & Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV, a CBS affiliate located in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska has an immediate opening for a Weekend Meteorologist & Reporter. Have you dreamed of living in one of the most picturesque places in the world? Do you love snow and winter activities? How does 20 hours of daily sunlight in the summer sound to you? If your answer to these questions is YES then send us your resume. Winter is a big part of life in Alaska so if you’re looking for tornado chasing and hurricane forecasting, look elsewhere. What you will gain up here is learning to forecast weather in one of the toughest places on Earth. In a matter of 24 hours you could have 10 inches of snow, 100 mph winds, giving way to clear skies and the northern lights. Our station is based in Anchorage. The population here is about 300,000 people and combines the perfect mix of city life with those who yearn for outdoor opportunities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The qualified candidate would do weather for our four evening newscast on Saturday and Sunday nights. There will be opportunities to do fill in work for our morning and evening midweek newscasts during vacation periods. The candidate will create their own forecast and update the weather gfx each evening. The candidate will also be responsible for updating the weather website on a daily basis. General assignment reporting is also a duty of this position. Reporting will be done 3 days a week. We do have two live trucks so candidate will have the opportunity to do live reporting/weather.

REQUIREMENTS:
Job Requirements/Duties: We use WSI ShowFX 5.5 for our weather graphics. Knowledge of this system is a bonus, but not required. We would prefer a degree in meteorology. Broadcast and Journalism knowledge or experience is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested send a resume and resume tape immediately to: Staci Feger, News Director, KTVA-TV CBS 11 News, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA and Alaska Broadcasting Co., Inc. are EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-07

KTVA-TV PT Weekend Overnight Master Control

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA Channel 11 has an opening for a PT Weekend Overnight Master Control Operator. Duties include live on-air switching of programs, recording satellite program feeds, and commercial dubbing. Broadcast experience preferred. Applicants must be very dependable, and able to work with minimal supervision.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume to: KTVA Broadcast Center, Operations Manager, 1007 W 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA & Alaska Broadcasting Co., Inc. are EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-07

KWHL-FM On Air Personality

JOB DESCRIPTION:
106.5 KWHL Alaska’s Rock is searching for the right person to fill our night position. Great Benefits package to include Health, Dental, 401, Paid Time Off and much more!

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
This individual must understand and relate to the Rock audience, be comfortable at remotes and appearances, and be skilled in production. Ideal candidates will have prior on-air experience, strong announcing skills, familiarity with broadcast equipment and the ability to work well in a team environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit an aircheck and current resume for consideration to: Brad Stennett, 301 Arctic Slope Ave, Anchorage AK 99518. No phone calls please. Morris Communications is an EOE. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2011-07-08

KBRJ-FM Mid-Day Personality

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska’s Hottest Country – KBEAR 104.1 is searching for a fulltime on air personality to fill our Mid-day position. This is a full time position eligible for full benefits to include medical, dental, PTO, 401k and Life Insurance.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments.)

REQUIREMENTS:
This individual must be comfortable at remotes and appearances, and be skilled in production. Ideal candidates will have prior on-air experience, strong announcing skills, familiarity with broadcast equipment and the ability to work well in a team environment. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over.

HOW TO APPLY:
How to Apply: Please bring your air-check and fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518 Attn: Lara Bickford lara.bickford@morris.com. Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-23

KFQD-AM News Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
FULL TIME REPORTER WANTED IN ANCHORAGE Heritage, Full service, News/Talk Radio AM 750 KFQD in Anchorage has an immediate opening for a full-time news anchor/reporter. Work for a great, privately held company who still believes live and local programming is the way to win! Salary will be commensurate with experience. Health Insurance and paid vacation, go along with that salary. Eligible for full benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, PTO and more.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for on-air newscasts, outside news reporting, assignments, generating and researching local news stories, interviews, and production. You must be a self-starter, be able to develop and maintain relationships with newsmakers, get the story, and accurately write and edit for air. You’ll cover city council, local press conferences, and elections as well as be the main KFQD morning reporter.

REQUIREMENTS:
At least one year experience in broadcast news reporting is preferred. You must have a basic knowledge of the topics of interest to our audience to include: politics, business, and the environment. A competency on digital studio equipment, computer usage, editing for the web, and flexible hours are all pluses! General Skills: Good public speaking and presentation skills. Interpersonal skills and ability to interact and work with staff at all levels. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently and in a team environment Ability to pay attention to details and be organized. Ability to project a professional image over the phone and in person. Commitment to “internal client” and customer service principles. Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment. Willingness to take initiative and to follow through on projects. Preferred Computer Skills: Thorough knowledge of MS-Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access). A Knowledge of Prophet Systems Studio Automation and Adobe Audition / Cool Edit Pro is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Rush Tape/CD/Mp3s & resume to: Joe Campbell, Program Director, AM 750 KFQD – AM 590 KHAR, 301 Arctic Slope Ave. Suite 200, Anchorage, Alaska 99518. Or email: joe.campbell@anchoragemediagroup.com. Morris Communications is an EOE. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-23

KTUU-TV Director of Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Position Summary: Reporting to the President/GM, the Director of Sales is responsible for the overall administration of the sales department for Northern Lights Media/KTUU-TV.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Direct, lead and maximize Northern Lights Media/KTUU-TV sales and marketing potential. Duties include supervision of all sales including local, regional, national, and internet; market research and traffic department; building and maintaining client relationships; analysis of qualitative and quantitative research to determine pricing and inventory control for primetime, sports and news; apply creative management and marketing techniques to generate new revenue opportunities; prepare departmental budget for both revenue and expenses. Must have the ability to get along with others.

REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge/ Skill/ Ability/ Education/ Experience Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Business or related degree. Five years broadcast sales management experience. Local and national television sales background preferred. Experience in qualitative research, inventory control and relationship building essential. Must possess strong, creative business and leadership skills. Licensing Requirements Must hold a valid Alaska driver’s license and be insurable. The job description does not necessarily contain all of the actual or essential duties of this position. All job offers are contingent upon passing a background screening.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, references, and job application (found at www.ktuu.com) to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-06

KTVF-TV Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska's market leader is looking for a full time anchor/reporter to compliment our team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Will also be responsible for contributing to web content.

REQUIREMENTS:
Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-01

Alaska Integrated Media (Radio) Promotions Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Promotions Director – Alaska Integrated Media in Anchorage, Alaska has a need for a detail organized Promotions Director.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will have seven radio stations to work with. You must be creative, and a quick thinker. As Promotions Director you would: Implement and Manage Promotional Policies, Organize and Execute Promotions, Manage Promotional Items – including cars, banners, shirts, etc. Produce Promotional content – graphics, etc. Manage web content and help manage trade accounts as assigned by a sales manager.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
For a description of Alaska Integrated Media stations go to www.alaskaim.com. Send resumes and sample of work to: Justin McDonald – justin@alaskaim.com. VP/Director of Programming, Alaska Integrated Media Inc., 4700 Business Park Blvd, Bldg E, Suite 44 Anchorage, Alaska 99503. Please No Calls. Alaska Integrated Media is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-19

KTVA-TV Part Time Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a Part Time Camera Operator, 5p-7p & 9p-11p M-F. Duties include set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation. Schedule could include occasional weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The duties require a person to be dependable, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an equal opportunity employer. Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503

DEADLINE: 2011-10-21

KTVA-TV Account Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc. is searching for an experienced outside advertising sales executive to join our team. We’re looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to help businesses grow and succeed through better advertising plans. Requires a mind for marketing, research, and creative message development. Television airtime, video production, and on-line advertising sales opportunities are available. The successful candidate will be joining a highly experienced, professional and stable sales environment with an excellent support staff, tools, and resources.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include servicing and selling to existing agency and direct clients, with a major emphasis on new direct account development. The work of the sales cycle includes prospecting and lead development, appointment setting, sales consultation, proposal preparation and presentation, closing, execution, and working with the traffic and billing system, all the way through the Accounts Receivable collections process.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Office programs, good written and verbal communications skills, and demonstrate professional work ethics. College degree and relative experience preferred. The successful candidate must also have reliable transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume to: KTVA CBS-11, 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206., Anchorage. AK 99503. Or via email to: lbruce@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job opening expires on 08/22/11.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-22

KTUU-TV General Assignment News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! KTUU, Alaska’s top news station, has an opening for a general assignment reporter for our weekend newscasts. Anchorage is market size 150. However, we play much larger than that. We have the look and feel of a top 50-market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans.

REQUIREMENTS:
You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to take advantage of video and natural sound. We also require candidates to have experience with live shots, knowledge of producing and anchoring experience. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: * Current driver license with a clean driving record. * Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488. Or email to: lswen@ktuu.com NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-26

KNOM Radio - Outreach Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KNOM AM & FM in Nome, Alaska, is seeking a creative team-oriented radio professional to join award-winning KNOM as an Outreach Coordinator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for implementing, promoting and enhancing the recruitment and outreach programs at KNOM.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the knom.org website to download the job description and employment application, and gain insight into KNOM’s mission and programming. KNOM is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-11

KTVF-TV Part Time Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF is looking for a part-time Master Control Operator to begin work immediately. This is for the weekend midnight to 8AM shift.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings, dubbing and editing videotape. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Operation of video tape formats and machines. Report to Chief Engineer.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Trained in television master control operation or cable channel switching. (employer is willing to train the right individual). Ability to make sound judgements under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work nights.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to davecastor@ktvf11.com or phone 907/458-1840. KTVF is an Equal Opportunity Emloyer.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-15

Juneau Radio Center-Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
As the Juneau Radio Center continues to grow, we have a rare opportunity in our sales department. The person we want to talk with will be enthusiastic, highly motivated, and self-assured. If you want to be part of highly successful team at the powerhouse 5 station cluster that dominates local media in Alaska’s Capital then talk to us. The position will take over an existing client list, with the understanding that prospecting and growth is expected. If you want to be a part of a fast growing company in the strong Alaskan economy then act now.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Email: jobs@abcstations.com. Juneau Radio Center is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-30

KHNS-FM Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KHNS is seeking an experienced full-time Program Director. A full description is online at www.khns.org/node/924.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Program Director serves under the supervision of the Station Manager, works closely with staff and volunteers, and is responsible for implementing and overseeing the overall broadcast sound and on-air image at KHNS.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send application to gm@khns.org. KHNS is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-10

KHNS-FM Chief Operator/Music Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KHNS is hiring a Chief Operator/Music Director for a full-time position. A full description is online at www.khns.org/node/924

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Chief Operator/MD serves under the supervision of the Station Manager, works closely with staff and local volunteers and is responsible for a range of skills in the operation of a radio station.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send application via email to gm@khns.org. KHNS is an equal opportunity employer

DEADLINE: 2011-11-10

KHNS-FM Part Time News Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KHNS is hiring a part-time News Assistant. A full description is online at www.khns.org/node/924.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send application found on referenced website via email to gm@khns.org. KHNS is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-10

KTUU-TV Digital Sales Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Digital Sales Manager is responsible for developing and implementing online sales strategies, focusing on increasing online revenue, planning strategic growth of digital products, growing internet advertising base, leading sales training and ensuring profitable roll-out of new products. Serves as an integral, active part of the company’s sales management team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Responsible for cultivating and maintaining client relationships at all levels. *Responsible for optimizing the potential strategic relationships in order to enhance revenue and sales potential. *Perform research and develop leads of advertising agencies and clients. *Investigate potential new sources using cold calling techniques. *Create presentations and materials needed. *Make sales presentations with local sales representatives. *Foster company branding and grow site traffic through strategic marketing plans. *Identify and communicate site-specific ideas and programs. *Communicate and coordinate projects, working with the digital department and the Director of Content. *Perform other duties as assigned by the GSM.

REQUIREMENTS:
*Excellent communication skills. *Strong organizational and prioritizing skills, within a fast-paced environment. *Strategic thinker! Someone who can build and grow a business with leading brand and direct marketers. *Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities. *Ability to make solid business decisions and implement necessary changes. *Good follow-up skills are essential. *Detail-oriented sales professional with excellent project management, presentation, and interpersonal skills. *Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, yet committed to team environment. *Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality. *Strong leadership skills and ability to coordinate projects with other departments. *Ability to represent Northern Lights Media with professionalism and integrity. Education and Experience Qualifications: College degree in marketing, advertising or a related field is strongly preferred. Minimum of two years of sales/marketing experience is required. Online sales experience is a plus! Licensing Requirements: Must hold a valid Alaska driver’s license and be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, references, and job application (available on web site) to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd, Ste 220, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-12

KTUU-TV Sales Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This full-time position provides interface between the sales and traffic departments and supports local/national sales. Work schedule is Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Provide support to local sales in entering orders and obtaining copy instructions. * Assist the traffic department in managing inventory and copy. * Responsible for information updates in One Domain. * Maintain public file during political seasons. * Data input for Deals program. * Perform other duties as assigned by the GSM and NSM.

REQUIREMENTS:
Attention to detail is paramount in this position. Candidate must also have the following: * Strong organizational and prioritizing skills, within a fast-paced environment. * The ability to communicate effectively. * Proficiency in Microsoft Office. * The ability to represent Northern Lights Media with professionalism and integrity.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site, www.ktuu.com) to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-12

KTVA-TV Morning Show Meteorologist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV, a CBS affiliate located in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska has an immediate opening for a morning show meteorologist. Have you dreamed of living in one of the most beautiful places in the world? Do you love snow and winter activities? How does 20 hours of daily sunlight in the summer sound to you? If your answer to these questions is YES then send us your resume. Winter is a big part of life in Alaska so if you’re looking for tornado chasing and hurricane forecasting, look elsewhere. What you will gain up here is learning to forecast weather in one of the toughest places on Earth. In a matter of 24 hours you could have 10 inches of snow, 100 mph winds, giving way to clear skies and the northern lights. Our station is based in Anchorage. The population here is about 300,000 people and combines the perfect mix of city life with those who yearn for outdoor opportunities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The qualified candidate would do weather for our hour-long morning show as well as do cut in weather for the CBS Early Show. There will be opportunities to do fill in work for our weekend and evening newscasts. The candidate will create their own forecast and update the weather gfx each morning. The candidate will also be responsible for updating the weather website on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
We use WSI ShowFX 5.5 for our weather graphics. Knowledge of this system is a bonus, but not required. We would prefer a degree in meteorology and/or an AMS or NWA seal.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested send an email with links to your work to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-16

Anchorage Media Group-Radio, Daily Deal Campaign Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Anchorage Media Group has an opening for a Daily Deal Campaign Manager. This position is an inside/outside selling position to sell campaigns for a web based, group coupon (i.e. local “Groupon”) offerings. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Pay range: salary plus commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Daily Deal Campaign Manager is also responsible for site monitoring, customer (buyer) contact and troubleshooting, marketing maintenance and other duties as assigned. Successful completion of this role includes a minimum of 5 Daily Deals activations per week (maximum of 80 active per month) with a pre-sell lead time of no less than 14 days in advance. Client activations include a complete Needs Analysis in which to prepare and present a responsive, customer acquisition “deal”. Activities will include a combination of inside (telephone) and outside (customer contacts) to fill the Daily Deal calendar. Other duties include copy generation, layout proofing, creation of collateral support materials (web ads, etc.), attendance to sales meetings/related functions, weekly activity reporting to the Sales Manager, compliance to company guidelines and policies and other duties as assigned by Sales Management.

REQUIREMENTS:
The Daily Deal Campaign Manager is required to prospect leads, sell effective Daily Deals campaigns and service new and existing business on a daily basis.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Lara Bickford at lara.bickford@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2011-08-22

KDLL-FM News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KDLL-FM Public Radio in Kenai, Alaska seeks an experienced news reporter to produce news from communities located in the central Kenai Peninsula of Alaska. KDLL is a community-licensed station working closely with KBBI-AM in Homer, and is a member of Alaska Public Radio Network, Alaska Press Club, NPR, PRI, PRNDI, and Associated Press. About 30,000 people live in the signal area of KDLL, which includes Kenai, Soldotna, Nikiski, Sterling and Clam Gulch. Kenai is located 155 road miles and 65 air miles south of Anchorage. The Kenai/Soldotna area enjoys a mild Alaskan climate with many recreational activities, including a growing arts community, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, skiing and hiking.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position reports to the KBBI News Director, and works closely with KBBI’s Program Director and KDLL’s Station Manager. This position trains and supervises KDLL volunteer news reporters. Duties include: Evaluate, gather, and produce news and public affairs programming of interest to Kenai Peninsula listeners. Produce news for one afternoon newscast and occasionally host a weekly call-in program. Contribute to KBBI newscasts, the Alaska Public Radio Network and other news services. Maintain files of stories broadcast and background information relating to all stories. Keep required FCC Quarterly Issues reports up to date.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications: Two years news journalism experience, preferably in public radio. Applicant must have excellent writing, announcing, production and computer skills. Must be a motivated self-starter able to work with little direct supervision, able to work flexible hours as needed. Must be able to train and work with volunteer community producers. Applicants should also have live newscast experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
Deadline: Open until filled. Interested, qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Salary: Exempt, $31,000 - $38,000/year; DOE. Leave and medical benefits. KDLL is an EEO employer. To request a job description or to apply, please submit a letter of interest, your resume, newscast and production audio (mp3 or CD only), and three professional references by email to dave@kbbi.org or KDLL Reporter Search, KBBI, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK 99603. No calls please.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-23

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Imagine this professional existence - just fifteen minutes from the station you find yourself on the edge of a precipice. It`s a brilliantly crisp white day. The famed Aleutian and Alaskan Range volcanoes steam on your left, Cook Inlet`s massive waters lay directly in front of you, and to your right, lit up by a golden setting sun, Hunter, Foraker and the Great One herself, Denali. These three Alaskan gems dominate the horizon as seen from the crotchety sourdough`s backyard who you happen to be producing a story about today. His bonfire crackles. His axe is furious. Whack! What a perfectly ordinary Alaskan moment. Eighty winters have weathered his face. His flowing beard is like the snow in which he loves to labor. "Whack!" A log cabin`s woodstove chimney puffs away just a few yards yonder. The cord he works is piled high against it. A moose wanders by. And temperature is relatively warm! "I`m standing in the middle of a postcard from the North Pole," you think to yourself. "There`s no better place to shoot stories than in Alaska!"

"Awwww, Alaska," the old man growls as if on cue. Whack! "There`s no better place to chop wood than in Alaska!"

You smile and reflect on your storytelling fortune. This guy is gold. Whack! This PLACE is gold.

This is the window you`d get to look though every day if you lived in Alaska. And here, no one ever draws the drapes. In the metropolitan wonderland of Anchorage it`s not just nature`s best surrounding you; the people here are fascinating as well. It`s been said that Alaska has the most compelling characters per capita of any state in the union. They come to the Great Land for the same reason you do – adventure. Their unique and opinionated personalities fill each story; as does the plentiful, rugged and ancient imagery that’s always just beyond your lens. These are the two most coveted ingredients in video storytelling. And they`re here for the harvest. KTVA CBS 11 is pleased to offer opportunity for you to gather them for yourself. Stories in the Last Frontier are like none other. Beautiful. Distinct. Memorable. Join us in Alaska.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We have an immediate opening for a television storyteller who’s grounded in great visual technique. Wide, medium and tight. Solid use of a tripod. Action. Reaction. In and out sequencing. Desire to highlight characters. Capture moments. Your story structuring and writing skills are important too. Use your entire toolkit and reach your potential.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please share with us your work and let us know how to get in touch with you. Contact Scott Jensen, KTVA Chief Photographer with links at sjensen@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-24

Radio Host--a Juneau radio Group

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We’ve got big shoes to fill at the Juneau Radio Center – a 5 station cluster in Alaska’s capital. Our afternoon drive star is leaving in 6 weeks…so we need a replacement. You need to be great on phones, love doing promotions, being involved in the community, understand what great local radio is and how to do it every day, be able to multi task and to host shows on Hot Country, Hot AC, Greatest Hits and full service stations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If this sounds like you then contact us a.s.a.p. today. Send resume and aircheck to jobs@abcstations.com EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-25

KIFW-AM/FM - DJ/Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Morning drive and program director needed at KIFW AM/FM in Sitka, Alaska. AC and Classic Rock.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Resume and air check to: larry@abcstations.com. Salary DOE. EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-25

KTVF-TV Part Time Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska's market leader is looking for a part time morning news anchor/reporter to complement our team. If you are a morning person, this is a great opportunity to produce and anchor the Fairbanks Morning News. Other newscasts may be assigned as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-12

KFAT-FM Afternoon Drive Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
PM Drive in the Last Frontier Ohana Media Group's CHR/Rhythmic K-FAT 92-9 has an immediate opening for its next APD/MD/Afternoon Drive host. The ideal person we're seeking is a sponge ready to soak in everything Alaskan... become a part of the community... has the desire to win... knows how to communicate with females 18-34...wants to learn and grow in a privately-owned media company. B-T-W...as mentioned above...this ain't no public company (not that it's bad thing) but Ohana Media Group, LLC is a new privately-owned company with a total of nine stations in two markets (Anchorage, AK & Astoria, OR) and is in the process of adding two more to our Anchorage cluster... so growth is a part of our future. Benefits including health, dental, vision, paid vacation and 401k plan are available as well as a moving allowance.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The person hired will handle K-FAT\'s afternoon drive, assists our program director in taking K-FAT to the next level, has social media as well as solid production & imaging skills and wants to be groomed to be a Program Director.

REQUIREMENTS:
Great attitude, killer instinct, team player and the desire to have fun are required. Music scheduling experience preferred, but not required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Resume, references, on-air & imaging mp3 (no large than 5 mb please) should be sent to Tom Oakes, Vice President/Programming, Ohana Media Group, at tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com or to KFAT/KBBO FM PD Derek Moran at derek.moran@ohanamediagroup.com Ohana Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. Leave the outside world... come to the Last Frontier and live, work and play in one\'s the world\'s greatest places to live! EOE (08-23-11) Send materials to: tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-30

KTVF-TV Part-Time Production Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF Channel 11 has an immediate opening for a part-time Production Assistant.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: preparation for the local broadcast newscasts to include pulling VO\'s, operating Chyron, running studio camera\'s, web assistance as needed, tape technician during local newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Familiarity with Premier to edit VO's or other on-air stories as needed. Knowledge of electronic and computer graphics preferred. Prefer 1 year of experience. Knowledge of journalistic standards as they relate to television news stories. Hours and days will vary and must be willing to work on call.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your application to billiesundgren@ktvf11.com KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-16

KTVF-TV Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska's market leader is looking for a full time anchor/reporter to complement our team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Will be responsible for contributing to web content. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-18

KTVA-TV Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a reporter to join its strong news team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You\'ll be responsible for generating, researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis. Strong work ethics and high journalistic standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective.

REQUIREMENTS:
A college degree in Communications or Broadcast Journalism is required, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send DVD or web link to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. or email sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-09-30

KTVF-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Can you run faster than a speeding bullet? Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Then we want you to join the super KTVF sales team. You’ll get to develop new business, create marketing plans and control your income.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to KTVF Sales Manager, 3528 International Street. Fbks, AK 99701 or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-08

KTUU-TV News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is seeking qualified applicants for the position of News Director for Channel 2 News. Channel 2 News is Alaska’s news source, reaching 78 percent of the adults in SouthCentral that watch local news, two-thirds of whom are exclusive viewers of the 19.5 hours of news the station produces each week. In addition, the newscasts are carried via satellite, cable and broadcast to over 240 rural Alaska communities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The wide television distribution and strong brand loyalty are augmented by online and mobile news delivery – all of which are the responsibility of the news director.

REQUIREMENTS:
Strong leadership skills and high standards of personal and journalistic integrity are a must. People skills, drive and vision also are necessary. The ability to operate on multiple delivery platforms is critical. The right candidate will know how to keep relevant content in front of news consumers whenever and where ever they need it. Over half the station’s 98-person work force puts news product out each day, and the successful candidate will be able to plan and budget efficiently in a rapid paced and changing environment. Candidates should have a Journalism degree and have news experience that includes a minimum of 7 years. Valid Alaska driver’s license and good driving record required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter explaining your news philosophy, resume, and job application (found at www.ktuu.com) to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-19

KTVA-TV Weekday Evening News Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you looking for a career opportunity that will change you as a person and as a journalist? Stop looking, because you found it. We work each day in one of the world’s natural cathedrals. Flowing rivers sweep down the timeless rock-topped mountains, easing into the waters of Cook Inlet. Eagles, whales, bears, and moose are our neighbors. Salmon and thousands of birds make yearly trips to visit the pristine wilderness just half an hour from the front door. The graceful gallop of a dog team is a common sight. The politics are unique and personal. The most abundant resource is the people - as diverse as the snowflakes that form a thick blanket on the landscape each winter. The streets and the woods are full of characters – drawn here by the lure of the frontier. It may sound like a dream, but this is our reality. Want to make it yours? Do you yearn for a rich environment, work with talented and dedicated journalists, and a chance to experience life as few have? Now is your opportunity – all you have to do is take it. KTVA-TV/CBS 11 Anchorage, Alaska is looking for a talented and energetic weekday evening news Anchor / Reporter.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have previous anchor experience along with at least three years of reporting experience. Our ideal candidate will be a team player, and a strong journalist with a knowledge of the latest on-line and social media techniques.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send a resume and demo tape link to: CBS 11 News, Attn: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. sfeger@ktva.com KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-11

KTVA-TV Part Time Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a Part Time Camera Operator, 5p-7p & 9p-11p M-F.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation. Schedule could include occasional weekends. The duties require a person to be dependable, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. bhouston@ktva.com. KTVA is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-11

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
One thing in life is certain – effort and opportunity amount to success. Encouragement. Expectation. Challenge. You’ll get these at KTVA, and more. Our standards are unmatched in Alaska. And we’re determined that you’ll meet them, because they’re your standards too. Not just what happens, what matters. It’s our creed. We expect excellence in television production, diligence in journalism and connection in community. We’re pleased to announce that we’re looking for a television storyteller who expects the same. Alaska is your canvas. It’s not only the rugged and ancient imagery that’s always just beyond your lens here in the metropolitan wonderland of Anchorage; we have compelling people too. Alaskans are different. Their unique and opinionated personalities will fill the stories that you’ll feel so honored to tell. They’ve come to the Last Frontier for the same reason you do – adventure. Beauty and character are the two most coveted ingredients in video storytelling. They’re ready for harvest. Stories in Alaska are like none other. Majestic. Distinct. Remarkable. Join us at KTVA.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must have some skills already. A couple of years experience might do. But a motivated and open willingness to develop is most important. We’ll teach you to run a live van if you don’t know how. And we’re not concerned about what camera you’ve used, or computer-editing software you know. It’s your attitude that matters. We want someone who understands great visual technique. We want you to believe in these concepts: wide, medium and tight, solid tripod use, natural sound, action and reaction, consistent audio, correct screen direction, and in and out sequencing. Your aptitude for writing and structuring stories will make you more valuable. Your ability to highlight your subjects’ personalities, and your keen sense in anticipating their moments, are vital qualifying factors as well. But perhaps most important is your exceptional social awareness. That just might put you over the top.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please share your work with us and let us know how to get in touch with you. Contact: Scott Jensen, KTVA Chief Photographer, with links at sjensen@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-11

KTVA-TV Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an opening for a News Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for someone who has strong news judgment and solid writing skills. You need to be organized, creative and calm under pressure. Two things are a must - your natural curiosity about news and your ability to showcase stories in an engaging way. We'd like you to have previous newscast producing experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: Please send your resume, writing samples and a link to an electronic resume tape to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA-TV, 1007 West 32nd Ave. Anchorage, AK 99503. or e-mail sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-11

KTVA-TV Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA/CBS 11 News is looking for a reporter to join its strong news team. Full time.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You\'ll be responsible for generating, researching, producing, writing and delivering live reports on a daily basis.

REQUIREMENTS:
A college degree in Communications or Broadcast Journalism is required, prior on-air experience at a commercial television operation is preferred. Strong work ethics and high journalistic standards are a must, as is an optimistic attitude. You need to be able to ask tough questions, not be afraid to hold newsmakers accountable and have the ability to put complex issues into perspective.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send DVD or web link to: Staci Feger-Pellessier, News Director, KTVA CBS 11 News, 1007 West 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503, or sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-11

KTUU-TV Audio & Video Equipment Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full time opening in the Operations department for an Audio & Video Equipment Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position involves operation of various types of video equipment in the course of preparation for and execution of live news broadcasts. The Operations department crew also staffs KTUU Master Control, where all programming and commercial material is switched to air.

REQUIREMENTS:
Familiarity with audio and video production equipment, including cameras, lighting, microphones, video recorders, video servers, video and audio routing, video and audio monitoring, Windows operating system on networked personal computers is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application (found on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-07

KTVF-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF has an immediate opening for a Sales Account Executive. We’re looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, ability to organize their work day and establish client relationships. Computer skills a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to: Sales Manager 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-12

KTUU-TV Executive Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Executive Producer oversees multiple news programs and helps to implement and execute the strategies developed by the News Director and senior news management. The goal of the Executive Producer is to develop and improve the daily news product and coordinate collaboration and communication across all of KTUU’s news platforms.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Executive Producer will work with show producers, operations and the digital unit in order to develop unique news content and coordinate advance planning needs.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must be proven leaders who can effectively manage a team and recognize the importance of accuracy, urgency and relevance. The Executive Producer must interact positively and productively with other employees at all times and lead by example, upholding KTUU’s strict standards of ethics. Necessary skills include: organization; the ability to perform under pressure; excellent written, verbal and communication skills; technical skills and experience with live satellite, microwave remotes and live digital capabilities. College degree or equivalent related experience preferred. Minimum of three years experience producing daily newscasts, with long-form production experience considered a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, & job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-26

KAYO-FM Administrative Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Country Legends is hiring for the position of an Administrative Assistant today! Pay range: $9-$10 hourly 15-30 hours weekly Work Schedule: Mon-Fri varied hours, occasional weekend hours.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for meeting and greeting the public, including listeners, clients and vendors. Some duties will include filing, answering phones, data entry, recording deposits, supply ordering, fax sending and receiving, updating community calendar.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have a minimum of one year of administrative or office experience. Skills: General office skills, filing, basic phone etiquette. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook experience required, Microsoft Powerpoint experience helpful. Some graphic design experience helpful. Business casual appearance required. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance.

HOW TO APPLY:
Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. How to Apply: Contact Eddie Maxwell at eddie@countrylegends1005.com or fill out an application at 5431 E. Mayflower Lane, Wasilla AK 99654.

DEADLINE: 2011-10-21

Ohana Media Group-Radio, Market Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Ohana Media Group is seeking a Market Engineer for Anchorage/Wasilla stations. This is a FT position. We offer Medical, Dental, Visions, 401k, paid Holidays and Vacations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for maintaining market(s) broadcast capabilities and provide quick resolution to problems that may arise with the transmitter, tower, satellite receivers and other related equipment. Responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing telecommunications, computer and networking systems with the aid of the Corporate IT Systems Administrator. Responsible for maintaining & repair of studio & related equipment. Some travel is required. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Install and perform maintenance on control consoles, boards, recording equipment, microphones, digital audio systems, transmitters, controls, remote equipment, etc. Perform necessary measurement of equipment performance. Maintains company server platform for all business systems and IT infrastructure including but not limited to operations, e-mail and internet, etc. Perform necessary maintenance and upkeep of all technical equipment ensuring compliance with operating budget. Maintains web stream systems as needed for our web platforms. Assist Chief Engineer in assigned duties and special projects. Ensure market compliance with all FCC rules and regulations. On-air duties as assigned by market OM or VP of Programming. Prepare necessary FCC filings as needed and necessary under the guidance of the Chief Engineer. Responsible for markets compliance with all FCC rules and regulations. Manage capital projects ensuring compliance with capital budgets, seeks approval for non-budgeted items from Chief Engineer, Market General Manager and CFO.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Technical knowledge of production systems, local and wide area networks and operational infrastructure. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: Associates or Technical degree in Electrical Engineering, Broadcast Technology or related field or equivalent level of experience. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job may require lifting or moving up to 75 lbs. May require climbing ladders and working on elevated surfaces (e.g. rooftops). Requires good manual dexterity for soldering, use of hand tools and working on small components.

HOW TO APPLY:
Ohana Media Group is an EOE. Send or drop off your resume and references immediately to Ohana Media Group, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage AK 99501 OR fax to (907) 522-6053 OR email mike.powers@ohanamediagroup.com. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-18

KMXT-FM Admin Asst/Volunteer Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This position is primarily responsible for scheduling, supervising and training KMXT on-air volunteers. Secondarily, the position involves assisting the General Manager and Development Director in performing a variety of general office support tasks. Full-time position (40 hours per week) with flexible schedule. Salary DOE with benefits. Position open until filled.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful applicant must be a team player with excellent communication, interpersonal and computer skills. A strong commitment to community involvement, creative radio and media skill and computer editing is highly desirable. Knowledge of a wide variety of musical genres is essential. Prior community radio experience preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
EEO - Minorities and Women encouraged to apply. Submit application at any State of Alaska Job Service branch office or directly to:gm@kmxt.org. For more information: 907/486-3181. Position will close when filled. KMXT is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-01

Last Frontier Mediactive (Radio) Traffic Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Last Frontier Mediactive of Fairbanks has an opening for a Traffic Director. This position will be joining our business office team. Salary Range: $33,000-$40,000 per year depending on experience. Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance (Portion of Premium paid by employer),401(k) Plan.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position will include entering and reviewing advertising orders; producing, editing, and reconciling commercial logs; entering commercial airing instructions; designing and producing reports; and assisting with monthly billing.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate we are seeking will be dependable and have strong problem solving, multitasking, and accuracy skills. Experience in data entry is required. Required Abilities: Ability to handle pressure and meet daily deadlines. Ability to complete data entry in a timely manner with a high level of accuracy. Perform tasks with attention to detail. Ability to work independently and exhibit self motivation. Ability to interact with clients, co-workers, and management in a professional manner. Education and Licensing Requirements: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Minimum one year prior experience in an office environment performing data entry/billing functions (radio traffic experience preferred). Proficient knowledge and experience with personal computers and software programs.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume and references to: Last Frontier Mediactive, Attn: Accounting Manager, 819 1st Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, AK 99701, or via e-mail to michelle@fbxradio.com. Last Frontier Mediactive, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

Ohana Media Group, Radio, News Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Ohana Media Group is expanding its Anchorage cluster with the upcoming addition of conservative talk AM-700 KBYR. We have begun the search for someone to lead our information product and to handle our morning & midday newscasts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal person will deliver news in a contemporary, energetic presentation, not be afraid to track down the newsmakers and get them on the air and report on the events that affect our listener’s lives. Resources include brand new studios currently under construction plus ABC Radio News and the Associated Press. You’ll also be responsible for contributing to our web efforts as well as the entire OMG-Anchorage cluster.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Resumes, references and audio samples may be sent to Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, Ohana Media Group, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501 or sent via e-mail to tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com – please files no larger than 5mb. Ohana Media Group is a privately owned, independent broadcaster and an equal opportunity employer. Learn more about us at www.ohanamediagroup.com.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

KTUU-TV Associate Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Channel 2 News, Alaska’s first choice for news and information, is seeking an Associate Producer. This position provides a great foot in the door for a self motivated “go-getter”.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You’ll learn to navigate our extensive archive system, assist in writing stories and produce the nightly news.

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal for recent college graduate with a journalism or communications degree or for those working toward a degree in a related field.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application (found on our web site) to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-07

KTUU-TV Digital Sales Specialist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Digital Sales Specialist is responsible for implementing online sales strategies, focusing on increasing online revenue and growing internet advertising base, with a specific focus on the “Deals” product. This position serves as an integral part of the company’s sales team, developing an account list of clients for digital products, and servicing those clients’ television and production needs, as required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: *Cultivating and maintaining client relationships. *Develop a new client base using cold calling techniques. *Customize presentations and materials needed. *Develop an expertise in digital products and television sales. *Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, yet committed to a team environment. *Must maintain a high level of confidentiality. *Performs other duties as may be assigned by the General Sales Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Requirements: *Excellent communication skills. *Strong organizational and prioritizing skills, within a fast-paced environment. *Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities. *Good follow-up skills are essential. *Must be a detail-oriented sales professional with excellent project management, presentation, and interpersonal skills. *Ability to communicate effectively. *Must represent Northern Lights Media with professionalism and integrity. Education and Experience Qualifications: College degree in marketing, advertising or a related field is strongly preferred. Minimum of two years of sales/marketing experience is required. Online sales experience is a plus. Licensing Requirements: Must hold a valid Alaska driver’s license and be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, references, and job application (www.ktuu.com) to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

KTVA-TV Web and Social Media Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
It's an exciting time to join CBS 11 News!! We are looking for a Web and Social Media Editor. You'll be working with the news staff to plan, structure, report and write news and information content for our web site and other media platforms. You need to know how to convert broadcast content to web and social media style. We're looking for someone who can not only execute but also develop strategies and tactics for web and social media audience growth. We're ready to take our audience engagement to the next level.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must have experience with Content Management Systems, HTML/Dreamweaver, Photoshop, CSS and Social Networking.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you think you\'d be a good fit, I\'d love to hear from you. Please e-mail your resume and examples of your work to: sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EEO.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

KBRJ-FM Morning Show Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
104.1 KBRJ is searching for the right person to be our Morning Show Co-host. Great Benefits package to include Health, Dental, 401, Paid Time Off. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Pay range: DOE. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This individual must understand and relate to the Country audience, be comfortable at remotes and appearances, and be skilled in production.

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal candidates will have prior on-air experience, strong announcing skills, familiarity with broadcast equipment and the ability to work well in a team environment and the community.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Lara Bickford @ lara.bickford@morris.com. Morris Communications is and EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. Drug testing prior to job offer required. Must be over 21 with current vehicle insurance.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

Multi-platform Content Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:

FLSA: Exempt

Purpose of Position: To work in collaboration with the editorial team for the production of timely and engaging multi-platform content for distribution to KTVA’s broadcast and on-line audience. Responsible for planning, coordinating and collaborating with the team to manage logistics of daily coverage to include collecting information from multiple sources and assigning staff to produce content for distribution that will engage our audience. Continuously refine content guidelines and enforce journalistic standards.

Position’s Customer(s): KTVA reporters, KTVA viewers

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Essential Duties of Position:

Functions

  • Works closely with the editorial management team and content producers throughout the day as news develops
  • Prepare daily coverage plan and future coverage plans
  • Prepare for morning editorial and coaching meeting
  • Responsible for afternoon news meeting
  • Responsible for afternoon editorial team meeting
  • Responsible for maintaining newsroom schedule, to include a weekly collaboration meeting
  • Coordinate coverage requests from producers and newsroom managers
  • Assign stories throughout the day to include being the primary person to manage newsroom email.
  • Responsible for newsroom logistics include resource management, updating the assignment board and inputting stories into daily and future planner and communicating live shots to reporters, photographers, engineering and operations crew
  • Colloborate with editorial management team for special event coverage
  • Generate story ideas through beat calls, social media, wires, websites and contacts throughout the state

Coordination/Communication:

  • Work with field crews to proactively respond to breaking news for broadcast and digital platforms
  • Oversee all story checks, follow-ups and assignments are pursued and communicated
  • Coordinate and fulfill requests with CBS Newspath and CNN Newsource
  • Closely collaborate with the team to ensure needs are planned for, executed, and maintained to a high degree of accuracy and quality;
  • Coordinate with the other teams as necessary to ensure content on various features are updated in time for planned events.

REQUIREMENTS:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Strong technical and management skills required with the ability to see the big picture and strategize.
  • Must be willing to work in a highly collaborative environment
  • Excellent newspaper-style reporting and writing skills are required.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Attention to detail required
  • Demonstrated knowledge of station guidelines and code of ethics
  • Must be technically astute, highly organized and have a reputation for meeting deadlines

Technical:

  • Knowledge of AP ENPS newsroom computer system
  • Knowledge of MS Office and other common office tools software required
  • Ability to understand and quickly apply new technology

People Skills:

  • Strong verbal communication skills, particularly in the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization and the public
  • Must be able to reconcile divergent demands of multiple parties under tight timelines
  • Proven ability to collaborate within and outside assigned department and create an effective working environment for high traffic and/or potential stressful workloads
  • Excellent active listening skills with the ability to work effectively with technical and non-technical staff required
  • Must be self-directed and take the initiative regarding issues affecting the organization
  • Neat, clean, professional appearance when in the field

Years of Experience required to meet minimum qualifications: Three or more years’ experience as a print, online, or broadcast journalist required.

Level of Education required to meet minimum qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor Degree in journalism or related field required. In addition to minimum experience required, a combination of relevant work and/or education may be substituted for the degree on a year for year basis. 

Certifications Required: Industry specific certifications are highly valued and can contribute toward education.

Reporting Relationships:

Position reports to: Assistant News Director

Physical Requirements: Physical effort may include stooping, kneeling, touching, feeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions. Hearing, vision, depth perception, and hand-to-eye coordination sufficient to perform job duties.  Visual and auditory acuity necessary to operate equipment and identify color-coding.

Working Conditions: Must be willing to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. The company and its subsidiaries operate in a 24/7 environment providing critical services to Alaskans and may need to respond to public health and safety matters or other business emergencies. Due to business needs employees may be contacted outside of the normal business hours to respond to the immediate emergency. As such, you will be requested to provide emergency after hours contact numbers, to include your home and cell phone numbers if you have those services.

Driving Requirements (if applicable): Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and a satisfactory driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:

EEO: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or another characteristic protected by law.

Please apply at: http://www.gci.com/about/careers  Job #19000118

Job posted by an Equal Opportunity Employer

DEADLINE: 2019-06-01

KTUU-TV Evening News Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has an opening for the position of Evening News Editor. This is a full time Monday–Friday evening shift with possible additional hours to be determined.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for editing both Television and Web product for “Alaska’s News Source” – Channel 2 News.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have experience with video tape editing including non-linear and Final Cut Pro. Television news, Web, and photography experience a plus!

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

KTUU-TV Digital Journalist/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full-time opening for a Digital Journalist/Producer. This position is in charge of breaking news to the web and writing reports for news and television. Must develop sources, maintain communication with emergency services, and build a morning news beat online and through traditional means.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential duties and responsibilities: Responsible for cultivating news sources for early morning & overnight breaking news. Responsible for posting first to KTUU.com and social media, then re-scripting for television. Build photo galleries, organize video content, and oversee KTUU.com during work hours. Run all social media platforms. Manage mobile for app-specific morning news and throughout the shift. Optimize the web site for search engines. Produce web specific content first and then redo for television.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2011-11-22

KBBI-AM Program Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI is hiring a new position for a Program Assistant. Duties include volunteer training and supervision, weekend announcing, and music library. Friday-Monday, 30 hours/week. Leave and health benefits available.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications: 1 year broadcast radio, public preferred, or other related experience. Excellent communication/people skills; MS computer and Office 2010 experience; good audio production and announcing skills; attention to detail; maintain a flexible work schedule. Work with staff, volunteers and the public in a professional, cooperative manner. Reliable transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, 3 references, and audio sample to: KBBI, Attn: Terry Rensel, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK, 99603 or email terry@kbbi.org. Position open until filled. Review begins 12/1. Job description is at www.kbbi.org. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2011-12-31

KTUU-TV General Assignment News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! KTUU, Alaska’s top news station, has an opening for a general assignment reporter.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans. You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to take advantage of video and natural sound.

REQUIREMENTS:
We also require candidates to have experience with live shots, knowledge of producing and anchoring experience. Anchorage is market size 148. However, we play much larger than that. We have the look and feel of a top 50-market. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: * Current driver license with a clean driving record. * Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Email cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (www.ktuu.com) to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-05

Last Frontier Mediactive (Radio) Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Last Frontier Mediactive is looking for talented, bright and energetic men and women to compliment our team of radio marketing experts that represent 5 radio stations. If you’ve ever thought – even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then read the following carefully.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job duties include but are not limited to: presenting, negotiating and closing sales promotions for new and existing clients; developing ideas for promotional opportunities; collection of client invoices; creating presentations for potential clients using Word, Excel and PowerPoint; and providing outstanding service to new and existing clients.

REQUIREMENTS:
If you possess a strong work ethic, are self-motivated, possess strong verbal and written communication skills and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company, then send your resume immediately to Last Frontier Mediactive LLC, 819 1st Avenue Fairbanks Alaska or e-mail your resume to michelle@fbxradio.com.

HOW TO APPLY:
All interested individuals are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. Last Frontier Mediactive LLC is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. Again our address is Last Frontier Mediactive LLC 819 1st Avenue Fairbanks, Alaska 99701or e-mail to michelle@fbxradio.com. No phone calls or faxes please. The career you’ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-08

Anchorage Media Group-Radio, Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status. Job Title Account Executive – KBRJ-FM, KEAG-FM, KHAR-AM Reports to Sales Manager, Ron Clement Department Sales JOB DESCRIPTION: This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD and PTO. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Pay range: guarantee - commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over. Must pass a drug test before job offer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing new business\'s as well as handling established accounts K-Bear 104.1, Kool 97.3, and KHAR-AM.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid drivers license. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! We offer accredited sales training.

HOW TO APPLY:
Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. How to Apply: Contact Ron Clement ron.clement@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV, Sales Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Job Title - Sales Account Executive

Station - KTUU / Anchorage

ABOUT GRAY TELEVISION

Gray Television supports local community interests by providing quality television broadcasting and exceptional service in each market we serve. We own and operate leading media outlets in over 50 markets throughout the country – all delivering the news, weather, sports and entertainment that millions of our neighbors count on every day. We are an unmatched broadcast pioneer that keeps getting bigger and better.

We constantly strive for excellence. Through upgrading to the latest technology and seeking new ways to stay on top in our markets, we focus on training and development of the best and brightest employees in the business.

ABOUT STATION

Over 60+ years, KTUU-TV has built a reputation of excellence as Alaska’s most-watched news source, producing 22 hours of local news content each week. The brand inspires confidence, loyalty and trust with both our audience and clients. The business community views us as reliable and effective. Channel 2 News is committed to providing news to the consumer, wherever and whenever they consume news: on-air, on the web, via news and weather apps, and full newscasts on mobile. That distribution is extended by simulcast of news on KFQD radio in Anchorage, on the NBC stations in Juneau and Sitka, and to over 240 communities in Alaska via the Alaska Rural Communications System (ARCS), rural cable systems, and satellite system delivery.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

JOB SUMMARY

Sales Account Executives at KTUU-TV are valuable members of the Channel 2 team. As the revenue generators for the station, it’s a requirement that account executives be highly motivated people that measure their success in quality relationships with customers and their ability to perform what they promise for their stakeholders each and every day.  Sales Account Executives work with local business owners, marketing managers, and advertising agencies as the horsepower that achieves their marketing goals, while providing expert advice and recommendations to local and national decision makers.  Channel 2 is an economic driver that has the power to inform and persuade Alaskans in the largest of ways and for the smallest of businesses.  It falls to the Sales Account Executives to wield this power on behalf of their clients and help them contribute positively to the Alaskan economy. 

REQUIREMENTS:

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or a related degree is preferred. Television sales experience preferred
  • Wide Orbit, Microsoft Excel experience is preferred
  • Ability to get along with others and maintain effective interdepartmental relationships
  • Some negotiation skills are required
  • Valid Alaska drivers license required. Must be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply online at www.gray.tv/applynow

Gray Television provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Gray Television complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Gray Television expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Gray’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

Job posted by an Equal Opportunity Employer

DEADLINE: 2019-06-01

KDLG-AM Host/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KDLG has an opening for a Host/Reporter. Radio station KDLG lies in the heart of beautiful Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon capital of the world. KDLG is owned by the Dillingham City School District and serves southwest Alaska communities. Dillingham is a commercial fishing community with a yearly population of 2,500. It is accessible only by air about 300 miles SW of Anchorage. The town has a population that is fifty percent Alaska Native and is the hub for a number of Native villages in the region. The mountains lakes and rivers in the region make it one of the premier destinations for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts. Salary is competitive with an excellent retirement program and benefits. Salary range: $28,115 – $36,675. KDLG is licensed to the Dillingham City Schools the successful applicant will have full medical/dental health plan and participate in the state of Alaska Public Employees Retirement program.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duty of the Host/Reporter includes hosting Morning Edition, anchoring newscasts, gather, write and produce news stories. This includes both hard news and features. Must meet daily and weekly deadlines. Assume News Director duties in the absence of the News Director.

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for the adventurous candidate with one year of experience in radio journalism or equivalent work.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, send a letter of interest detailing your radio news experience, resume, three audio clips and three references to Rob Carpenter, General Manager KDLG Radio, Box 670, Dillingham, AK 99576. KDLG is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-13

Clear Channel Radio-Anchorage-Sales Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Radio – Anchorage is looking for a dynamic Sales Manager with a successful track record of growing revenue and leading a team to exceptional heights. Clear Channel provides exceptional tools and resources; we’re looking for the person who can maximize the impact of these resources to coach our Account Executives and develop solution based campaigns for potential advertisers using all of our terrestrial and digital platforms. Sales Managers are expected to lead and implement innovative initiatives to attain and exceed overall revenue and market share goals through a strategic plan. You must have the ability to lead, be able to foster an environment of excellence and translate confidence to the sales team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The ideal candidate will have the following: • Five years’ experience in media sales; • Thorough understanding of yield management; • Ability to use the yield management tools to grow rates and revenue; • Understanding of terrestrial, digital and integrated marketing assets; • Ability to translate tools and resources into revenue generating actions; • Ability to recognize and develop talent and identify strengths to benefit the team; • A dynamic presence, with stellar presentation skills; • Ability to work in a competitive, fast-moving, creative environment; • Proven ability in training, motivating and leading a team to revenue goals.

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience: Five years’ experience in media sales. Requirements: • Thorough understanding of yield management; • Ability to use the yield management tools to grow rates and revenue; • Understanding of terrestrial, digital and integrated marketing assets; • Ability to translate tools and resources into revenue generating actions; • Ability to recognize and develop talent and identify strengths to benefit the team; • A dynamic presence, with stellar presentation skills; • Ability to work in a competitive, fast-moving, creative environment; • Proven ability in training, motivating and leading a team to revenue goals.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact: jobsanchorage@clearchannel.com. Job posted by an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2012-01-30

KTVA-TV Assistant Web Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS 11 News is looking for a night-side Assistant Web Editor. This is a full-time position, hours are approximately 2:30pm - 10:30pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary responsibilities include re-writing broadcast scripts to a web friendly format, clipping and posting video, writing web stories and managing social media.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must be "software-savvy", a great writer and a team player.

HOW TO APPLY:
If this sounds like you, send your resume as well as some writing samples to Brendan Joel Kelley at bjk@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-02-24

KTVA-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an opening for a News Producer. This is a Monday - Friday night-side shift.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for someone who has strong news judgment and solid writing skills. You need to be organized, creative and calm under pressure. Two things are a must - your natural curiosity about news and your ability to showcase stories in an engaging way. We`d like you to have previous newscast producing experience.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: Please e-mail your resume and writing samples to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-02-24

KTOO New Media Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTOO seeks a dynamic, self-motivated individual with experience and skills in journalism and online content management, including writing and editing for the web, graphic design and site management. KTOO is a well-supported, highly visible public media organization with a strong commitment to local, regional and statewide news reporting and program production. Juneau is a small but cosmopolitan capital city of 30,000 people with some of the highest per capita education and income levels in state. Located in the heart of the Southeast Alaska panhandle, Juneau is a transportation, retail and service hub with great schools, medical facilities and recreational opportunities. The community is safe, attractive and offers abundant outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, skiing, climbing and hiking, in a magnificent natural setting. Two hours from Seattle, Juneau’s climate is more like the Pacific Northwest than Interior Alaska. The weather is wet and mild with summer highs in the 60s and 70s and winter lows in the 30s. Salary: Range C, $32,690 to $45,970annually, plus competitive benefits including health insurance, retirement plan, paid leave and holidays.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The New Media Producer will be responsible for writing, editing and posting multimedia content for multiple public media websites. Responsibilities: Create, develop and manage news and public affairs content for KTOO’s websites and radio and TV services, including text, audio, video, photos, graphics, links and documents from internal and external sources. Create special web and broadcast content projects. Copy edit and proofread web and broadcast content. Assist reporters and producers in posting multimedia news and public affairs content. Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
The New Media Producer will work closely with KTOO’s programming, production and news staff so strong communication skills are required. Tasks require a strong attention to detail and ability to work under tight deadlines, as well as a thorough understanding of the use of the Internet for delivering multimedia content and engaging audiences. Required Skills: Basic journalism skills, including news reporting, writing and editing. Basic knowledge of HTML and experience with content management systems and open source platforms, including WordPress. Good communication and organizational skills. Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Experience managing content and production for websites. A Bachelor’s degree and/or the equivalent experience in journalism, radio or television or a related field is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Deadline: Open until filled, with an initial screening on February 6. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. To apply: Submit a letter of interest and your resume to pos1@ktoo.org. KTOO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Posted 1/19/2012.

DEADLINE: 2012-04-19

KTUU-TV Morning PCR Operations Crew Member

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Morning PCR Operations Crew Member/Promotions Digitizing. Once trained in all positions (technical directing, audio & camera), and on a normal day when a full crew is present, this position will assist as an engineer (usually an unfilled position for the morning news), or as a general trouble-shooter who can address equipment or system issues so the core crew can continue to focus on their assigned tasks. The Promotions portion involves being in charge of managing the daily creation and digitizing of several categories of promotional spot content. Some spots require editing to add appropriate tags prior to being digitized for air; others are complete as they are received and can be digitized without change. Related activities include keeping track of the various categories of promos and making sure that promos are current.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Ste. 220, Anchorage, Alaska 99503-7488. Or email in Microsoft Word format to lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-04-23

Tanana Valley TV-multiple positions

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television Company has openings in the following positions: 1) Account Executive-experienced outside sales preferred. 2) Control Room Technician-general computer experience a must. 3) Program Manager/Web Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please apply in person with resume’ at 3650 Braddock Street Fairbanks, AK 99701. Tanana Valley Television Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2012-02-07

KTVA-TV Studio Camera Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a STUDIO CAMERA OPERATOR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include set-up and care of studio equipment and live studio camera operation. Shift is Wednesday through Sunday evenings, 4-7pm and 9-11pm.

REQUIREMENTS:
The duties require a person to be self-motivated, able to work under strict deadlines and able to communicate efficiently under pressure.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and/or application to: Bush Houston, Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. bhouston@ktva.com. KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-02-24

Tanana Valley TV & Radio--Accounting Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Locally owned company seeks to hire an accounting assistant.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience in accounts payable, accounts receivable and billing a plus. Most importantly are the desire to learn and the flexibility to change.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit your resume and references to tish@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2012-02-17

KTVA-TV Weekend Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA has an opening available for a WEEKEND DIRECTOR / TECHNICAL DIRECTOR. Schedule will include weekend and up to three weekday evenings and may include early mornings, late nights & holidays.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for all technical aspects of four live newscasts each weekend plus master control duties.

REQUIREMENTS:
One to three years of experience in television is desired. The right candidate works quickly and effectively under pressure, approaches duties with a positive attitude and is able to lead a crew by example. Knowledge of master control and production switchers desired. Prior experience with other TV station roles (graphics, audio, servers) a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Submit resume and/or application to: KTVA, Attn: Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503. email: bhouston@ktva.com.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-07

KTVF-TV Temp/Part time AM News Anchor/Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska's market leader is looking for a temporary, part time morning news anchor/reporter to compliment our team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
If you are a morning person, this is a great opportunity to produce and anchor the Fairbanks Morning News. Other newscasts may be assigned as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must be able to research and develop community stories, interview news sources, gather audio and video assets, and write and edit them all into local news reports. Prefer experience with non linear editing. Community appearances may be required during on and off-duty hours. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume tape of news packages and anchoring skills to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-09

KTUU-TV News Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! KTUU, Alaska’s top news station, has an opening for a News Reporter/MMJ. Anchorage is market size 148. However, we have the look and feel of a top 50-market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans. You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to shoot and edit video and natural sound. We also require candidates to have experience with live shots. Knowledge of producing and anchoring preferred. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: * Current driver license with a clean driving record. * Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Email cover letter, resume/video link, and job application to lswen@ktuu.com. http://www.ktuu.com/about/employment. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-22

KNOM Radio-Development Data Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KNOM AM & FM in Nome, Alaska, is seeking a creative team-oriented management professional to join award-winning KNOM as a Development Data Manager. This position is responsible for day-to-day operation of KNOM’s fundraising response and manages KNOM’s fundraising database.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the knom.org website to download the job description and employment application, and gain insight into KNOM’s mission and programming. The close date for this KNOM position is March 15, 2011. KNOM is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-15

KHNS-FM News & Public Affairs Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The News and Public Affairs Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operation of the news department at KHNS, a public radio station in the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN) that serves the communities of northern Southeast Alaska. KHNS’ main newsroom and studios are in Haines, with a smaller newsroom and studio in Skagway. Director is responsible for ensuring the journalistic integrity of KHNS, including completeness, fairness and balance. The Department should maintain listener appeal of all news presentations including coaching of reporters and adherence to high production values. The News and Public Affairs Director is responsible for and coordinates the activities of the station’s public affairs department, generates ideas for programs and supervises Department personnel. The Director uses audio recording equipment and editing software to produce edited and live news and special programs. The Director regularly files stories for other stations in the Alaska Public Radio Network. Salary Range is Haines competitive and based on experience. Health and Dental benefits paid by KHNS and includes annual and sick leave as set forth in the Lynn Canal Personnel Policy book.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage the News and Public Affairs Department; report directly to the General Manager. Produce a daily 11.5-minute local news program each weekday and a recorded local news review segment at the end of each week. Supervise newsroom personnel that could include part-time news reporters, student interns or volunteers; host weekly editorial meetings with news staff. Post newscasts with summaries to KHNS web site daily; post photos and videos when applicable; maintain KHNS news presence in social media, including Facebook and Twitter. Develop and nurture contacts in the Boroughs of Haines and Skagway and the village of Klukwan. Monitor other publications, web sites, press releases, industries and issues related to the region. Travel to Skagway and Klukwan when necessary to cover news. Edit and air Listener Commentaries submitted by members of the public. Provide content for other stations in the regional Coast Alaska and statewide APRN networks as appropriate. Produce and broadcast live breaking news coverage and talk shows when necessary. Attend news conferences as needed and budgeted. Develop a news department budget. Participate in fundraising activities as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
KHNS has a small staff that works closely together. This job requires a high level of self-motivation and the ability to work independently and under the pressure of daily deadlines. The successful candidate needs a strong knowledge of newsroom operations, radio production (Adobe Audition) and radio procedures, including knowledge of FCC broadcast rules and regulations. Excellent written, verbal, and computer skills are essential as well as the ability to work with a team. Working knowledge of state, regional and local issues and events is preferred. Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Broadcasting or related field and one-year on-air experience OR three years news reporting and production experience OR any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education approved by the General Manager. Employee Expectations: Detail oriented with ability to manage multiple tasks. Flexible, adaptable and proven ability to work in a deadline-driven environment. Must be able to work various hours including, nights weekends and holidays. Must have access to reliable transportation, including during inclement weather. Must be able to use recorders, cameras, broadcast equipment and editing software. Must be able to travel. U.S. citizen. This description is intended to be generic in nature and is not intended to determine the full range of specific duties and responsibilities of this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume and writing or mp3 audio sample with references to gm@khns.org with News Director Search in heading or by mail to: KHNS Radio News Director Search, KHNS-FM Radio, P.O. Box 1109, Haines, AK 99827. No phone calls please. Application deadline is March 20th, 2012.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-20

KTVA-TV Accounting Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Accounting Assistant for KTVA. Work Schedule: Full time 7am – 4pm M-F.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Accounting - Accurate data entry of payables. Payables filing. Daily recon of advertising logs. Daily electronic deposits. Occasional bank runs. Record customer payments and generate weekly reports for sales staff. Collate and mail out monthly billing statements, invoices, and notarized scripts. Generate and record mid month and end of month customer automatic payments. Responsible for monthly reports to CBS, ASCAP. Filing. General Office – Greet customers and receive deliveries. Refill copy machine paper. Maintain postage meter with postage. Order office supplies. Pick up supplies from Sams Club/Costco using personal vehicle. Maintain organization of office supply inventory. Other tasks as may be assigned by the Business Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
Bookkeeping assistant experience a plus but not required. Willing to train the right person. At least one year of work experience required. Must be punctual, organized and have good attendance. Attention to detail a must. Must have familiarity with computers including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook. QuickBooks experience nice but not required. Must have a current driver license, reliable transportation and a good driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Alaska Broadcasting Company Inc dba KTVA is an EOE. Please fax or email resume to: email: ssinclair@ktva.com; Fax: 907-646-2188; Attn: Business Manager.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-07

KRBD-FM News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KRBD NEWS REPORTER. Reporting and news hosting at the community public radio station in Ketchikan, Alaska. Permanent, part-time, with competitive benefits. Salary DOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants should have reporting and broadcast skills, and the ability to work independently under deadline pressure. Bachelor’s degree in Journalism or related field preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Position open until March 31. KRBD Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Send cover letter, resume, and copies of work to news@krbd.org, or mail to Deanna Garrison, News Director, KRBD-FM, 1101 Copper Ridge Road, Ketchikan, AK 99901

DEADLINE: 2012-03-31

KMBQ-FM Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
SCOPE: Responsible for all music, imaging, programming and promotions for station. Creatively and efficiently oversee all production of advertising commercials, stations promotions and public service commitments. Supervise air talent to ensure the development of a marketable product. Ensure proper transition between the traffic, sales and programming and production departments. Maintain public service in accordance with FCC rules and regulations. Ensure that daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or consistent with the essence of the job.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: **Supervise, recruit, and assist in hiring and training support staff. Provide regular coaching and performance feedback to staff. Oversee and contribute digital content including website material, social media site content and all station streaming. **Complete on-air work as assigned in his/her cluster or elsewhere within the company. **Maintain up-to-date music and sound effects library. Ensure programming is consistent and appropriate for respective format. Follow trends in the industry to better program the station. Oversee music rotation, testing and play list development. **Oversee imaging for station and web site updating/relevance. Choose voice to maintain consistency. Write and produce imaging as necessary. **Select appropriate specialty programming. Ensure the completion of all affidavits regarding programming. Research and understand target demographic and station ratings. Asses market competition and develop marketing strategies, programming and contest to grow ratings. **Assist in the creation of copy in concert with the sales department as appropriate, and production for clients. Ensure commercials are produced and dubbed. **Work with Account Executives to ensure client expectations are met. Create and execute promotional events and contests within department budget. Develop strategic relationships with entertainment and event venues to benefit the station. Work with local charities to the mutual benefit of the community, the charity and the station. **Conceive, coordinate and implement on-air and off-air promotions and events in order to promote the stations image, logo and general presence in the marketplace and primary demographic. Ensure talent is scheduled for all outside appearances, remote broadcast and special events. **Maintain and update contest-winner databases. **Monitor and maintain production equipment. Work with market engineers to solve technical problems.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations. Understanding of station’s programming strategies. Computer literacy in all applicable programs. Excellent verbal and written communications shills. Problem-solving ability and skills in prioritizing. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school Diploma and a valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job may require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send: Resume, references, programming/ratings history and MP3 to: Ohana Media Group, Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, 833 Gambell St., Anchorage, AK 99504. May also send materials to: tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com. No Links please…files should be under 6mb. KMBQ/Ohana Media group is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-30

Ohana Media Group, Front Desk/Admin Asst

JOB DESCRIPTION:
SCOPE: Front desk customer relations and receptionist position with responsibility for courteous and efficient facilitation of telephone calls and visitors. Assist General Manager and Program Director in all areas of station promotions, as needed. Expedite the steady and courteous flow of internal and external communications, such as incoming/outgoing telephone messages, faxes, visitors, messengers, and delivery services. Assist General Manager, Accounting Manager, Programming, and Sales staff as requested. Ensure that responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or consistent with the essence of the job.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: ** Retrieve messages from voice mail and forwards to appropriate personnel. **Courteously and promptly answer incoming telephone calls, determine nature of calls, and forward calls to appropriate personnel or department. **Write and deliver messages or transfer calls to voice mail when appropriate personnel are unavailable. **Answer routine questions about organization and provide callers with address, directions, and other information. **Welcome on-site visitors, determine nature of business, and announce visitors to appropriate personnel. **Distribute and maintain inventory of tickets and prizes. ** Assemble daily deposit in a timely manner. ** Maintain a neat an orderly reception area. **Maintain promotions calendar and other promotional paperwork as required by the GM and PD or VP Programming. **Create remote/event signage as deemed necessary by the GM or VP of Programming. **Receive, sort, and route mail, as well as maintain and route publications. **Create and print fax cover sheets, assist users, send faxes, and retrieve and route incoming faxes to appropriate personnel. **Order, receive, and maintain office supply inventory. **Perform filing, photocopying, and collating as requested. **Prepare and assemble reports as needed or requested and assists with special projects. **Perform other duties as assigned or requested by General Manager, Accounting Manager or Director of Sales.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must be able to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Ability to deal with constant interruptions while answering the phone and greeting visitors in a courteous manner. Ability to communicate precisely and effectively. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Excellent grammar and spelling, with the ability to format correspondence, faxes, and memos. Ability to use a calculator, fax machine, copier, printer, and postage meter. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. Minimum one-year prior experience in a professional office performing telephone reception, faxing, typing correspondence and memos. Experience with personal computers, and software programs, preferably Outlook, Word, and Excel. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job may require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position send resume to: Ohana Media Group, Shannon Hollier, Market/Acct Administrator, 833 Gambell St., Anchorage, AK 99504. May also send materials to: shannon.hollier@ohanamediagroup.com. Ohana Media Group is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-21

KMXS/KWHL/KFQD Radio Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD and PTO. Pay range: guarantee - commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing new business\'s as well as handling established accounts Mix 103.1, K-Whale 106.5 and Newstalk 750 KFQD-AM.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid drivers license. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! We offer accredited sales training. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over. Must pass a drug test before job offer.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Kim Shuck at kim.shuck@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518 Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-27

KTVA-TV Traffic Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA, CBS-11 is searching for a Traffic Coordinator to join our team. We’re looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to assist our Sales department through servicing the advertising needs of local and national agencies as well as our direct clients. Work Schedule: Part-time, 30+ hours, M-F.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include, but not limited to, working within the Traffic department to assist our Sales team with all aspects of television advertising, commercial production, on-line advertising, web ad production and scheduling; to include, sales-related packages, promotions and billing. Applicant will also assist the Accounting department with bank deposits, daily errand runs, ASRUN and log recon, and general front office duties. Good customer service etiquette is a requirement. Other tasks as may be assigned by the Traffic Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
Prior television experience preferred but not required. Willing to train the right person. Must have a current drivers license, reliable transportation and a good driving record. Must be punctual, organized and have good attendance. Attention to detail, professional work habits and being a team player a must. The successful candidate should be tech-savvy and knowledgeable with computers including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook. Photoshop experience a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send their resume to: Alaska Broadcasting Company, Attn: Monica Bouvier-Walker, 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206, Anchorage, AK 99503. Or via email to monica@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-03-26

KTUU-TV Sports Reporter/Fill-In Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, Alaska’s #1 news source, is looking for an enthusiastic, well-rounded sports reporter to complete our sports team. Even though Anchorage is market 148, KTUU has the look and feel of a top-50 market. If you love the outdoors, we have a weekly fishing report that runs from late May through September. Anchorage is home to outstanding college sports. The local university competes in Division II in basketball, volleyball and track, and competes in Division I in hockey. Anchorage’s minor league hockey team is also the reigning league champion and poised for another deep playoff run. We cover high school sports thoroughly as well, in particular….football, hockey, and basketball. And there is no beating Alaska’s outdoor sports. We cover the Iditarod from point to point, and several other major events across the state via satellite.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
On-air duties include fill-in anchoring, and developing & producing packages on a regular basis. Off-air duties include shooting and editing.

REQUIREMENTS:
We are looking for a candidate with at least a few years of on-air experience. Requirements for this position: Strong television and web writing skills; Strong news judgment; Experience shooting and editing sports video; Experience in the digital world; Current driver license with a clean driving record; Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire); Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Email cover letter, resume/video link, and job application to lswen@ktuu.com. http://www.ktuu.com/about/employment. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-26

Anchorage Media Group-Radio, Sales Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
JOB DESCRIPTION: To assist in the creation and production of written materials which continually raise the standards for creativity and professionalism in Anchorage broadcast and differentiate Anchorage Media Group in perceived commitment, client focus, and overall customer service. This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD and PTO. Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments) Pay range: $30,000-$34,500 DOE. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over. Must pass a drug test before job offer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Production of appealing proposals using graphical programs including but not limited to Powerpoint, Word, Photo Shop, Illustrator, Paint Shop Pro, Excel, etc. with experience in web publishing. Perform brief AE interviews for appropriate direction on goals and style of written proposals. Enhance all packages and written station pieces using graphics, effects and digital pictures. Access the GSM in areas where information is insufficient to produce and effective presentation. Sales Manager Assistance: Assist GSM in maintaining sales supplies as requested. Attend Sales Meetings as requested. Track on air station feature sponsors. Assist in troubleshooting client services when AE/GSM’s are in the field (by request). Access GSM in times of overload in order to prioritize tasks. Clerical: Assist in maintenance of Master Account List. Maintain production files for optimum use (file weekly). Maintain quality, accuracy and inventory of sales packages, station bios and other items in the sales organizer(s) per GSM’s specifications. Assist in production of packages, letters and other correspondence as requested. Work with the GSM to resolve work flow and AE “collaboration” challenges. Promotional Support: Author rules per company guidelines as requested. Prepare posters/visual aids for promotional events. Prepare/decorate entry box(es) per AE instruction. Offer off-site support of promotions per GSM request. New Media: Create and maintain web ads, web pages flash elements for both sales and programming. Schedule and traffic web based streaming commercials. Assist in other New Media duties as determined. Other Duties: Perform receptionist fill in duties as emergency cover. Assist in development and maintenance of web based marketing tools (station, NTR, etc.) as requested.

REQUIREMENTS:
Skills required: High School Diploma or GED. Software Knowledge: Powerpoint, Word, Photo Shop, Illustrator, Paint Shop Pro, Excel, Photoshop; Wicks software (radio traffic software; Adobe Flash (creation of animated web content).

HOW TO APPLY:
How to Apply: Contact Scott Smith at scott.smith@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518. Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status.

DEADLINE: 2012-04-02

Alaska Public Telecom. Inc. (APTI) -Director of Special Events

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Title: Director of Special Events; Reports To: Chief Officer, Marketing and Development; FSLA: Exempt; Required REF # 120315. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are typical of an office environment and representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties and Responsibilities: Alaska Public Telecommunications Inc. (APTI) is the nonprofit parent company of Alaskan public media outlets KAKM, KSKA, and APRN. The organization provides high quality programming to inform, educate, inspire and engage the citizens of Alaska. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with the ability to think creatively and work with a variety of individuals. She/he will oversee the coordination, planning and implementation of special event strategies that complement APTI’s fundraising goals. She/he will manage all aspects of a very active fundraising events calendar including administration, logistics, promotion and execution, budgets, timelines, print materials, staff memos, volunteer recruitment and direction, talent management and vendor relationships. Current Main Events Calendar: Harvest of Wines; Art Showcase; Home & Travel Auction; Great Certificate Auction; Speakers Series; Golf Tournament; Summer Member Appreciation Event. Also, in partnership with the Development team, assist with planning and execution of cultivation events in private homes and at station, as needed. Additional duties include in-house events such as retirement and holiday functions.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Qualifications: Commitment to mission and values of APTI; Team-oriented approach to working; Special events fundraising experience; Entrepreneurial spirit with solid record of achieving income goals; Ability to take initiative and think strategically; Personable, outgoing, courteous, and professional demeanor; Excellent written and interpersonal skills; Sense of humor and comfortable with rapid pace of change; Core office management software tools (Microsoft Office or similar, including fundraising software); Bachelor’s degree, or exceptional commensurate experience; Available to work weekend and evening events. Employee Expectations: Detail oriented with ability to manage multiple tasks. Flexible, adaptable and proven ability to work in a deadline-driven environment. Must be able to work various hours including, nights weekends and holidays. Must have access to reliable transportation, including during inclement weather. Must be able to use computers, computer keyboards and professional software. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. Moreover, the employee: Must be able to type using a computer keyboard; Must be able to work at a computer for long stretches of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send cover letter and resume to hr@alaskapublic.org. Must refer to ABA120315. Cover letters and resumes may be mailed to HR,3877 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508. APTI is EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-04-10

KTUU-TV Sales Administrative Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This full-time position provides interface between the sales and traffic departments and supports local/national sales. Work schedule is Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Pay depends on experience. Full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Functions of the position: * Provide support to local sales in entering orders and obtaining copy instructions. * Assist the traffic department in managing inventory and copy. * Responsible for information updates in One Domain. * Maintain public file during political seasons. * Data input for Deals program. * Perform other duties as assigned by the GSM and NSM.

REQUIREMENTS:
Attention to detail is paramount in this position. Candidate must also have the following: * Strong organizational and prioritizing skills, within a fast-paced environment. * The ability to communicate effectively. * Proficiency in Microsoft Office. * The ability to represent Northern Lights Media with professionalism and integrity.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: KTUU-TV, Attn: HR Director, 701 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 220, Anchorage, AK 99503-7488. Or email to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-03

Ohana Media Group, Radio, Digital Program Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Digital Program Coordinator: In this new position, the person hired will be responsible for helping create the strategy for the digital platforms, audience development & growth and maximizing all social media efforts. Coordinator will also be working our program directors & staff to create successful digital programming material, working with sales to developing revenue opportunities, develop and manage third-party relationships as well as our mobile program efforts. Previous digital experience strongly preferred. Potential Morning Co-Host: This position may include the co-host role on KFAT’s “Morning Chaos” with Brad Erickson. Minimum of 3 years on-air experience, awareness of pop culture, pop/rhythmic music, ability to blend in and participate in the daily creation and execution of one of Anchorage’s most listened-to morning show.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume, references, relevant materials, links and information to Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, Ohana Media Group, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. Should you be interested in the morning show co-host duties, include an mp3 of your air work. Materials may also be delivered to tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com. Please keep files at 6mb or smaller. Ohana Media Group is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you\'ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-06

Ohana Media Group, Radio, Promotions Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Promotions Manager: Responsibilities include overseeing & coordinating promotion activity for the Ohana Media Group’s six station cluster in Anchorage & Wasilla, AK. We’re looking for a detail oriented individual with strong leadership and organizational skills. Our promotions manager will be responsible in managing and scheduling all remotes, events and appearances, working with our sales and programming staff on developing promotions, events and NTR, coordinating the remote teams and updating our web and social media sites. The promotions manager will also work with our engineer on the upkeep of station equipment and vehicles. Prior promotions experience required. Potential Morning Co-Host: This position may include the co-host role on KFAT’s “Morning Chaos” with Brad Erickson. Minimum of 3 years on-air experience, awareness of pop culture, pop/rhythmic music, ability to blend in and participate in the daily creation and execution of one of Anchorage’s most listened-to morning show.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your resume, references, relevant materials, links and information to Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, Ohana Media Group, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. Should you be interested in the morning show co-host duties, include an mp3 of your air work. Materials may also be delivered to tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com. Please keep files at 6mb or smaller. Ohana Media Group is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you\'ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-06

Ohana Media Group-Radio, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for OMG! In fact business is so good that Ohana Media Group is expanding its sales department and were looking for a talented, bright energetic individual to complement our team of radio marketing experts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generate revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. Identify market potential by qualifying accounts. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Close sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities overcoming objections preparing contracts. Expand sales on existing clients by intruding new products and services. Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contribute information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sells advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the stations listeners. Coordinate all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develop new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Updates job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
Presentation skills, internal communications, informing others, verbal communication, closing skills, motivation for sales, sales planning, territory management, prospecting skills, persistence, and meeting sales goals. Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations, sales principles and practices, products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Excellent negotiating, verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multi task and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you\'ve ever thought or even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self-motivated and want to become a member of Alaska\'s finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume and references immediately to Ohana Media Group, 851 East Westpoint Drive Suite 301 Wasilla, AK 99654-7355 or fax to (907) 376-1575 Attn: Wendy Corbin or email wendy.corbin@ohanamediagroup.com. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. Ohana Media Group is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you\'ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-06

Ohana Media Group-Radio, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for OMG! In fact business is so good that Ohana Media Group is expanding its sales department and were looking for a talented, bright energetic individual to complement our team of radio marketing experts.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generate revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or as consistent with the essence of the job. Identify market potential by qualifying accounts. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Close sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities overcoming objections preparing contracts. Expand sales on existing clients by intruding new products and services. Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contribute information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sells advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the stations listeners. Coordinate all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develop new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Updates job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
Presentation skills, internal communications, informing others, verbal communication, closing skills, motivation for sales, sales planning, territory management, prospecting skills, persistence, and meeting sales goals. Knowledge of all applicable FCC rules and regulations, sales principles and practices, products, customer, needs, competition and market trends. Excellent negotiating, verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multi task and can handle pressures and deadlines. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: May require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you\'ve ever thought or even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then listen carefully. If you possess a strong work ethic, are self-motivated and want to become a member of Alaska\'s finest broadcast company, then send or drop off your resume and references immediately to Ohana Media Group, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage AK 99501 or fax to (907) 522-6053 Attn: Bill Sigmar or email bill.sigmar@ohanamediagroup.com. All interested individual are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. Ohana Media Group is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you\'ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

DEADLINE: 2012-05-06

KTUU-TV Photojournalist (2)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska's dominant television news station has two openings for full-time photojournalists with a positive attitude and a minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography. We are a strong NPPA station looking for hardworking and adventurous individuals who enjoy travel, unique storytelling opportunities, and living in a place where most dream of visiting at least once during their lifetime. Must love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries. Work schedule to include weekends. Pay DOE. Full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Final Cut Pro experience is required. Experience with web-based journalism a plus!Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume tape, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-24

KTUU-TV Audio & Video Equipment Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full time opening in the Operations department for an Audio & Video Equipment Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position involves operation of various types of video equipment in the course of preparation for and execution of live news broadcasts. The Operations department crew also staffs KTUU Master Control, where all programming and commercial material is switched to air.

REQUIREMENTS:
Familiarity with audio and video production equipment, including cameras, lighting, microphones, video recorders, video servers, video and audio routing, video and audio monitoring, Windows operating system on networked personal computers is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-26

KTVA-TV Creative Services Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA CBS-11 is seeking a full-time full-service creative services producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The person in this position will work with clients, salespeople, and other station personnel involved in creating compelling commercials and many other forms of promotional announcements, making good communication skills and teamwork imperative in a deadline driven environment.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must be proficient at scripting, lighting, shooting, audio recording, editing, graphics, and web ad design. A background in Adobe production suite editing software, and up-to-date technological skills are key.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume and work samples to Laurie Bruce, General Sales Manager, at KTVA sales offices located at 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206, Anchorage, AK 99503, or e-mail to lbruce@ktva.com. KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-27

KTUU-TV Morning News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV Channel 2 News is looking for a Morning News Producer to compliment our expanding morning broadcast and staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Morning Producer is responsible for generating unique on-air and web content, morning feature segments, live guests, research and show rundowns.

REQUIREMENTS:
We're looking for a self-starter with excellent written & verbal skills, and a proven leader who knows what it takes to create a compelling morning broadcast. Candidates must be editorially strong, detail-oriented, creative and available to work late night and overnight hours.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-03

KTUU-TV Morning Anchor/Producer/Report

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you morning person? A really early morning person? KTUU is looking for a talented and experienced co-anchor for Alaska’s dominant and expanding morning newscast. Yes, winters are tough getting started in the cold and dark hours. A cheery disposition is a must! Summers are fantastic with nearly 24 hours of daylight to enjoy. Downside: Getting up at 2am. Upside: All day to hike, fish or ski! We’re the 2008 NPPA Station of the Year, committed to quality journalism.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
We’re looking for a co-anchor who can help produce and deliver our two-hour daily newscast and “Today Show” news cut-ins. The ideal candidate is a skilled writer/producer and an energetic anchor with solid news judgment. Following your morning anchor duties, the AM co-anchor will be expected to report and turn stories during the first part of each day.

REQUIREMENTS:
It’s a small but dedicated team which owns the KTUU morning time slot. Collaboration, teamwork, enthusiasm and self-motivation are necessities. Requirements: Two years anchor and reporting experience is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter explaining your news philosophy, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-06

KTVF-TV Co-Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Interior Alaska's news leader is looking for a co-anchor to join our evening news team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate must have a strong camera presence, ability to read and edit script, and be available Monday through Friday during early evening hours. Community appearances may be required. Experience is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume and letter of interest to: KTVF General Manager, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-21

KTUU-TV Associate Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Channel 2 News, Alaska’s first choice for news and information, is seeking an Associate Producer. The AP position is incredibly important to our daily news operation, and it also provides a foot in the door for a self motivated “go-getter.”

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Associate Producer works closely with the Channel 2 News Show Producers, Anchors and Web staff to generate news copy, online text and video elements. The AP also occasionally gathers interviews and video elements in the field. KTUU’s newsroom AP works within a fast-paced news environment and must be able to adapt to and perform various job responsibilities as news demands and deadlines constantly change. The AP is responsible for navigating our extensive video archive system, communicating with the public on news events and KTUU program feedback, listening to police scanners, operating the control room teleprompter during newscasts and posting news to our web site.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
The Associate Producer position is ideal for recent college graduates with a Journalism or Communications degree or for those working toward a degree in a related field. Training will be provided by KTUU, as needed. We are looking for only serious candidates who aim to grow within our award-winning organization. Send cover letter, resume & job application (found on our web site) to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-06

Tanana Valley TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job Duties: Responsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Report to Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Skills/Education: High school graduate or equivalent. Must have computer skills. Employer is willing to train the right individual. Ability to make sound judgements under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work any shift. Must have own transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to dc@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-18

TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Report to Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Must have computer skills. Employer is willing to train the right individual. Ability to make sound judgments under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work any shift.Must have own transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to dc@tvtv.com Tanana Valley Television is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-06-24

KTUU-TV Weekday MMJ/Weekend Producer/Anchor Fill-In

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska’s #1 News Source is looking for a Weekday MMJ/Weekend Producer. This position also involves fill-in Anchor responsibilities, as needed. In a new media world, the right candidate will embrace new technology and be able to work in a multi-platform setting. KTUU is looking for creative storytellers who can also thrive under deadline.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates need to have experience in writing, shooting & editing news stories, and previous Anchor experience is a major plus. The successful candidate will demonstrate solid news judgment. We need someone who possesses on-air experience and has abilities in the areas of aggressive live coverage, new media & technology as well as social media. Candidate must be highly motivated, versatile, able to handle pressure, meet deadlines, and have a positive attitude. Additional requirements for this position: Current driver license with a clean driving record. Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Email cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (http://www.ktuu.com/about/employment) to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-14

KSTK-FM News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KSTK has an opening for a full-time, benefitted news reporter. KSTK is a community-licensed station, and a member of the CoastAlaska Network, APRN, NPR, PRI, and the Associated Press. KSTK public media serves the community of Wrangell Alaska with essential local news and public affairs coverage, community hosted music programming, local weather, and a community calendar. KSTK has been Wrangell’s daily local news source for over 30 years.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
POSITION SUMMARY: Beat and assignment reporting in Wrangell. Research, write, and produce news reports and features. Host news broadcasts, including live interviews and call-ins. Host live news coverage of government meetings, local elections, and special events. Cover other community functions and meetings, including sports.

REQUIREMENTS:
1. Bachelor’s degree in Journalism or a related field, or equivalent experience and training. 2. Demonstrated skills in broadcast journalism. 3. Knowledge of the legal and ethical aspects of news reporting. 4. Ability to work under deadline pressure with a minimum of supervision. 5. Professional and cooperative with other staff and the public. 6. Exceptional organizational and time management skills. 7. Strong computer skills. 8. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit letter of interest, resume, references, and writing and broadcast samples to: KSTK-FM, PO Box 1141, Wrangell, AK 99929; Or apply@coastalaska.org. THIS POSITION IS OPEN through July 13, 2012, or until filled. KSTK is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-13

KTVA-TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA Channel 11 has an opening for a Master Control Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include live on-air switching of programs, recording satellite program feeds, commercial dubbing and rolling video for newscasts. Broadcast experience preferred.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume to: KTVA Broadcast Center, Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-09-20

KTUU-TV News Reporter/Multi Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans. Anchorage is market size 148. However, we have the look and feel of a top 50-market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to shoot and edit video and natural sound. We also require candidates to have experience with live shots. Knowledge of producing and anchoring preferred. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: * Current driver license with a clean driving record. * Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Email cover letter (found at http://www.ktuu.com/about/employment), resume/video link, and job application to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-27

KTUU-TV Photojournalist/Live Van Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska's dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist and live van operator with a positive attitude and a minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography. We are a strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys frequent travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place where most only dream of visiting in their lifetime. Ideal candidates will love the outdoors, daily news, news specials and documentaries.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Requirements must include experience in live van operations covering news. Edit experience must include Final Cut Pro, and previous experience with web-based journalism is also a plus! Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds. Work schedule will include evenings and may include weekends.

HOW TO APPLY:
Pay DOE. Full benefits package offered. Send cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (available at http://www.ktuu.com/about/employment) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-27

KTUU-TV Master Control Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Master Control Supervisor. Full time position, pay DOE, full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities: Create and maintain work and vacation schedules for Master Control Operators. Assist all shifts with problems as needed. Perform emergency fill-in coverage for Board Operators if required. Train new Master Control operators. Liaison between Master Control Operators and other departments. Bring specific personnel or operations systems concerns to the Chief Engineer and/or Director of Engineering as needed. Aid in familiarizing the other operators with any new policy changes. Ensure the engineers are aware of equipment that is need of repair. Keep necessary items stocked in MCR. Print transmitter log sheets and EAS items as needed. Satellite Coordinator and Shipper: Coordinate feed requirements with the Program Manager to create a Satellite record schedule. Create record tapes (label blank record stock) for operators to utilize. Maintain the program/record shelves in MCR. Maintain the tape library. Order programs as needed and ship programs back to syndicators after air. Work with the engineers to ensure the satellite receiver-decoders (IRDs) are programmed correctly.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, & job application (available on web site, www.ktuu.com) to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-28

KTVF-TV Sales Asst/Spec Events Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF has an immediate opening for a Sales Assistant/Special Events Coordinator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include administrative support of the sales staff, creating sales packages and database maintenance, as well as generating new business for alternative revenue streams including web and special events.

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal candidate will be highly organized, possess excellent computer skills and have the ability to think creatively.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to: Sales Manager 3528 International Street Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 or email to deedeecaciari@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-29

Ohana Media Group, Radio, Director of Sales

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Ohana Media Group, LLC is creating a new position within our Alaska cluster for an experienced Director of Sales. The person selected for this position will be responsible for developing and growing revenue for our six radio stations cluster in Anchorage & Wasilla, Alaska.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The primary responsibilities for the Director of Sales will include the following: Meet or exceed determined budget revenue goals and annual expectations as well as outperforming the Anchorage market. Recruit, develop, train and retain top level account executives; Work with and manage the sales team through daily activities that keeps the team focused, held accountable, motivated and engaged. Work with traffic and programming on inventory management as well as handling pricing strategy and accurate revenue forecasting. Establish, develop and grow relationships with high level decision makers in the marketplace. Continue as well as develop contact within all key and target accounts. Create and develop new business opportunities, events and assets for the radio stations including digital programs and platforms. Stay on top of current marketing trends and be ready to maximize opportunity from those trends. Maintains detailed knowledge of station products including Digital assets and features as well as overall local and corporate capabilities and initiatives. Working experience and knowledge of a variety of radio formats (Rhythmic CHR, Classic Rock, News-Talk, Cool A/C-AAA, Hot A/C and Country).

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications and Skills: Minimum of 5 years’ experience of media sales management in radio, television or cable television. Strong recruitment and training track-record. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills. Leadership qualities and a consistent history of success. Welcomes accountability and excels at sweating the details. Computer literate and competent in all basic software and traffic systems. Ability to be flexible, welcomes and can adopt to change.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position, please go e-mail Bill Sigmar, VP/COO & General Manager at bill.sigmar@ohanamediagroup.com or mail your materials to Ohana Media Group, LLC, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. No Phone calls. Ohana Media Group, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-22

KTUU-TV Weekend Anchor/Producer/Reporter (TV & Digital)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We are Alaska`s News Source, and we`re looking for a News Anchor/Reporter/Producer who shares our passion for News, Storytelling and the Last Frontier. Alaska is a unique place, and we`re looking for that one of a kind candidate who can do it all: Anchor/Produce/Report for both television and web. Knowledge of Alaska and issues of importance to Alaskans is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Daily responsibilities include script writing for television and reporting for KTUU`s digital news unit. Leadership skills are a must. This critical News role oversees all weekend planning and coverage decisions and provides editorial guidance to weekend staff members, as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate for this position needs to have at least two years experience in TV news as a Reporter/MMJ and News Anchor. Applicants must possess strong news judgment and proven news writing skills. The primary duties of this full-time Anchor/Producer/Reporter position include solo-anchoring our top-rated 5p and 10p Weekend Newscasts as well as solo-producing the 10p weekend newscasts. During the week (3 days), the position shifts to a general assignment reporter for Channel 2 News and KTUU.com.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, tape/video link, and job application (available on web site: www.ktuu.com) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-23

KTUU-TV Meterologist Morning Anchor/Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
There's an expression in Alaska that goes, if you don't like the weather wait a minute. Things can change quickly in Anchorage and all across a state that's twice the size of Texas. Forecasting the weather in Alaska can be exciting and challenging. Channel 2 News is looking for a Meteorologist who wants to join our top-rated News Department and accepts the challenges inherent to an overnight/early morning shift (3a-11a). During Alaska’s summer months, your “overnight” shift will be awash in daylight, but in the winter months, you may rarely see the sun… so we’re looking for someone who brings a ray of light to KTUU’s “Morning Edition” no matter the weather conditions. It’s a truly unique opportunity for a Meteorologist who takes pride in being responsible for monitoring a vast amount of diverse geography, extreme temperatures and constantly changing climate conditions. KTUU’s loyal viewers are pilots, fishermen, outdoor recreationalists and folks all across the state that rely on accurate weather updates and demand the most up-to-date meteorological information available. Channel 2 News is Alaska's News Source. Our Weather Department is one of the most critical components of the award-winning Channel Two News Team, and we’re looking for that perfect candidate to begin the day with solid weather forecast… and a smile.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate is an AMS-certified Meteorologist with one to two years of on-air weather forecasting and anchoring experience. Candidates must have a strong command of weather data and analysis, excellent organizational skills and will be capable of effectively presenting that information to our viewers – both on-air and across all of KTUU’s digital platforms.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (available on web site, ktuu.com) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-01

KBRJ-FM/KEAG-FM/KHAR-AM General Sales Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Anchorage Media Group has an immediate opening for a General Sales Manager for KBRJ-FM, KEAG-FM and KHAR-AM. This position will achieve or exceed local sales budgeted revenue via pricing and inventory controls combined with maintenance of an effective selling staff, effective sales promotions and effective sales packaging concepts. This position is eligible for benefits to include health, dental, 401k, PTO and more. Pay range: DOE. Status: Non-exempt full-time hourly position Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Drug testing prior to job offer required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job duties and responsibilities:

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Hiring and training Account Executives and maintaining optimum staffing.
  2. Creation and maintenance of sales package.
  3. Maintaining effective contact with key clients.
  4. Effectively communicating goals and objectives to selling unit.
  5. Effectively communicating issues to upper management.
  6. Maintaining an efficient `house` account list.
  7. Managing commercial inventory and pricing to maximize revenues.
  8. Growing digital revenue opportunities.
  9. Other duties as assigned by Morris Communications and Upper Management.

Hiring and Training

  1. Responsible for the locating and interviewing prospective sales talent.
  2. Responsible for creating effective sales meetings that are informative and enhance skills.
  3. Responsible for maintaining optimum staffing levels (currently 5 AE`s).
  4. Responsible for gathering and providing product knowledge to staff.

Sales Packaging

  1. Maintain current station packaging and inventory.
  2. Create new programs to fit tactical needs.
  3. Manage and price programs for maximum revenue.

Communication

  1. Maintain regular meetings with individual AE`s.
  2. Maintain reporting systems to track activity and business in the pipeline.
  3. Maintain a group meeting schedule for team wide information flow.
  4. Provide regular department updates to Upper Management.

Client interface

  1. Maintain a `house` account list to be determined.
  2. Troubleshoot all client challenges related to the selling unit.
  3. Maintain effective contact and profile with key accounts

Inventory Management

  1. Maximize inventory opportunities via pricing and manual adjustments of commercial loads via Marketron software.
  2. Maintain a time sold system.
  3. Assist in finalization of commercial logs as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance.
  2. Must be able to perform all the key duties and responsibilities of position.
  3. Must be 21 or over.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit the following to apply for this position: Application (or internal application if currently employed by Morris Communications); Current resume; References. How to Apply: Email Lara Bickford at lara.bickford@morris.com

DEADLINE: 2012-08-31

KTUU-TV Digital Content Manage

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you currently a digital content specialist with dreams of creative grandeur but your days are spent working in an uninspiring, beige cubicle? Do you dream of a challenging position in digital journalism where the worlds most spectacular and breath-taking scenery can be found right outside your office window and your weekends are filled with hiking, biking, internationally renowned sightseeing or even extreme sports? If so, KTUU in Anchorage, Alaska may be looking for you!

The market's leading media company is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial, digitally-focused leader to expand our online, mobile and social efforts. The right candidate will have demonstrated abilities to both grow audiences and revenue, and have a track record showing leadership, people skills and achievement.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Digital Content Manager will balance his/her efforts between daily content and business development. In other words, working with editorial teams to set and achieve audience goals, while also working with sales teams to help achieve revenue goals. The Digital Content Manager reports to the News Director, but will work side-by-side with Sales and Marketing on a daily basis. KTUU-TV is looking for an infectious personality, who can create and communicate a digital vision, then roll-up his/her sleeves to help make it a reality. You will be assisted editorially by the award-winning Channel 2 News team, and you will directly oversee a small but highly productive digital team. Your primary daily mission is to manage content across all of KTUU-TV's digital platforms and to continue to develop and support a fast-growing audience in collaboration with our talented multi-platform workforce. The Digital Content Manager will also look for ways to blend the power of technologies and inter-connected audiences, in collaboration with KTUU-TV's other television and digital partners, both in Alaska and across other Schurz Communications platforms. Our goal is to create unique experiences in all mediums absent of silos. If you're the kind of person who can help us delight and serve users, viewers, subscribers and advertisers, you're the right person for this important digital leadership assignment.

REQUIREMENTS:
Preferred Qualifications: Education: College Degree; Training related to digital media (systems, digital sales, etc.). Experience: Computer, tablet and mobile phone literacy (while we're not looking for an engineer/coder, solid knowledge of existing and new technologies is essential). Similar role with a media company or business involved in daily digital content & revenue creation. Journalism experience is a plus, including previous work experience in a Newsroom collaborating with editorial staff. Skills: Comfort with change and ability to help teams adapt. Demonstrated abilities to plan, organize, effectively communicate and roll-out new digital products and services (both editorial and revenue-generating). Understanding of digital advertising basics like IAB standards and digital creative formats. Ability to both lead and follow (as digital efforts at KTUU and Schurz Communications are a team sport). Understanding and operational ease with social media, particularly Facebook & Twitter, combined with a passion for identifying future opportunities for audience growth through social and online tools. Proven track record of hands-on participation in daily digital content and revenue efforts. Willingness to jump in on nights or weekends with breaking news or special coverage, as needed. General knowledge of the basics (HTML, CSS, JS, Flash, etc.). Comfortable and patient working with both technical and non-technical staff members, ability to train and develop staff. Always curious, always self-learning, always eager to share knowledge.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume, salary requirements and applicable work samples to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-12

KTVF-TV Sales Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF-TV has an immediate opening for a Sales Account Executive. We’re looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, ability to organize their work day and establish client relationships. Computer skills a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to: Sales Manager, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-09

KTVA-TV Traffic/Sale Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA, CBS-11 is searching for a Traffic/Sales Coordinator to join our team. We are looking for a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual with a strong desire to assist our Sales department through servicing the advertising needs of local and national clients.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include, but not limited to: working within the Traffic department to assist our Sales team with all aspects of television advertising, commercial production, on-line advertising, web ad production and scheduling; sales-related packages, promotions and billing. Applicant will also assist the Accounting department with bank deposits, daily errand runs, ASRUN and log recon, and basic general front office duties. Good customer service etiquette is a requirement.

REQUIREMENTS:
Prior television employment, and experience in the following programs: VCI, One Domain and Efficio preferred. Successful candidates must have a current driver’s license, their “own” reliable transportation and a good driving record. Must be punctual, organized and have good attendance. Attention to detail, professional work habits and being a team player a must. The successful candidate should be tech-savvy and knowledgeable with computers including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook. Photoshop experience a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Work Schedule: Permanent/full-time, 30+ hours, M-F. Salary: DOE. Interested candidates should send their resume to: Alaska Broadcasting Company, Attn: Monica Bouvier-Walker, 3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 206 Anchorage, AK 99503. Or via email: monica@ktva.com. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc./KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-16

KTVA-TV Accounting Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Accounting Assistant for KTVA.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include: Accounting - Accurate data entry of payables. Payables filing. Daily recon of advertising logs. Daily electronic deposits. Occasional bank runs. Record customer payments and generate weekly reports for sales staff. Collate and mail out monthly billing statements, invoices, and notarized scripts. Generate and record mid month and end of month customer automatic payments. Responsible for monthly reports to CBS, ASCAP. Filing. General Office – Greet customers and receive deliveries. Refill copy machine paper. Order office supplies. Pick up supplies from Sams Club/Costco using personal vehicle. Maintain organization of office supply inventory. Other tasks as may be assigned by the Business Manager.

REQUIREMENTS:
Bookkeeping assistant experience required. Broadcast television experience is a big plus. Must be punctual, organized and have good attendance. Attention to detail is a must. Must have office experience with Word, Excel, and Outlook. QuickBooks and VCI experience required. Must also have experience with remote bank deposits. Must have a current driver license, reliable transportation and a good driving record.

HOW TO APPLY:
Work Schedule: Full time 7am – 4pm M-F. Alaska Broadcasting Company Inc dba KTVA is an EOE. Please email resume to: ssinclair@ktva.com

DEADLINE: 2012-10-16

KMXS-FM Mid-day Air Talent

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Anchorage Media Group has an immediate opening on Mix 103.1 for a Mid-day Air Talent.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is a full time position. Daily air shift Mon-Fri, commercial production and possible cross-over voice work on sister stations.

REQUIREMENTS:
Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit the following to apply for this position: Application (or internal application if currently employed by Morris Communications); Aircheck; Current Resume. This position is eligible for benefits to include health, dental, 401k, PTO and more. Pay range: DOE. Status: Non-exempt full-time hourly position. How to Apply: Email Lara Bickford at lara.bickford@morris.com for an application. Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Drug testing prior to job offer required.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-25

KTUU-TV Morning Technical Director/Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Prior to the live newscast, the morning TD works in partnership with the morning Director to translate the day’s ENPS rundown into accurate Overdrive automation coding commands. During the live newscast, the morning TD generally operates the Overdrive system under the verbal direction of the Director, but occasionally takes over Directing as well.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

Pre-Production

  • Turn on or reset equipment from the night before.
  • Set up special wipes, opens, and board-settings.
  • Encode show with Overdrive automation commands.
  • Proof read rundowns.
  • Record weather cut-ins for Today Show.
  • Ensure remote live shots are routed and ready to be taken on-air.
  • Double check font accuracy, and correct prior to air, if time allows.
  • Studio setup, including: turn on lights, position cameras (remotely, via robotics), load prompting computer, position prompter control unit. Administrative:
  • Ensure the other crew members are present and accounted for. Call anyone who is unaccountably absent and may have slept through his/her alarm.
  • Train new employees in Overdrive, Ross, and Lyric systems.
  • Morning Show:
    • Switch the newscast primarily using Overdrive automation.
    • Direct when Director is absent or when Director`s attention is diverted to address some pressing issue.
    • Roll video out of the playout server, primarily using Overdrive automation.
    • Add name and locator fonts primarily using Overdrive automation. Be ready to exclude from airing those fonts that are clearly in error and cannot be corrected in time.
    • Run Audio board if needed.
  • Post Morning Show:
    • Record Updated Weather Cut-ins for Today Show.
    • Record A.M. Updates (directing/rolling video/fonts, etc.). Noon News Updates:
    • Prepare News room for Update Broadcast.
    • Prepare PCR.
    • Review Overdrive coding and correct as needed.
    • Ensure Anchors and Crew are in place in a timely manner.
    • Direct Noon, 1p, 2p Updates and Webcast.
    • Roll a backup recording on videotape (primary recording is performed by Master Control Board Operator directly into the Master Control video server).

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site, ktuu.com) to lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-18

Ohana Media Group, Front Desk/Admin Asst/Promotions

JOB DESCRIPTION:
SCOPE: Front desk customer relations and receptionist position with responsibility for courteous and efficient facilitation of telephone calls and visitors. Assist General Manager and Program Director in all areas of station promotions, as needed. Expedite the steady and courteous flow of internal and external communications, such as incoming/outgoing telephone messages, faxes, visitors, messengers, and delivery services. Assist General Manager, Accounting Manager, Programming, and Sales staff as requested. Ensure that responsibilities are performed in a timely, professional, and accurate manner. This job description may be modified at any time as deemed appropriate by management or consistent with the essence of the job. Full time, M-F, 8 am-5 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: •Retrieve messages from voice mail and forwards to appropriate personnel. •Courteously and promptly answer incoming telephone calls, determine nature of calls, and forward calls to appropriate personnel or department. •Write and deliver messages or transfer calls to voice mail when appropriate personnel are unavailable. •Answer routine questions about organization and provide callers with address, directions, and other information. •Welcome on-site visitors, determine nature of business, and announce visitors to appropriate personnel. •Distribute and maintain inventory of tickets and prizes. •Assemble daily deposit in a timely manner. •Maintain a neat an orderly reception area. •Maintain promotions calendar and other promotional paperwork as required by the GM and PD or VP Programming. •Create remote/event signage as deemed necessary by the GM or VP of Programming. •Receive, sort, and route mail, as well as maintain and route publications. •Create and print fax cover sheets, assist users, send faxes, and retrieve and route incoming faxes to appropriate personnel. •Order, receive, and maintain office supply inventory. •Perform filing, photocopying, and collating as requested. •Prepare and assemble reports as needed or requested and assists with special projects. •Perform other duties as assigned or requested by General Manager, Accounting Manager or Director of Sales.

REQUIREMENTS:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must be able to work independently without immediate direction or supervision. Ability to deal with constant interruptions while answering the phone and greeting visitors in a courteous manner. Ability to communicate precisely and ffectively. Computer literacy in applicable programs. Problem solving ability and skill in prioritizing tasks. Ability to interact with management and staff at all levels. Ability to multitask and can handle pressures and deadlines. Excellent grammar and spelling, with the ability to format correspondence, faxes, and memos. Ability to use a calculator, fax machine, copier, printer, and postage meter. EDUCATION AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma. Minimum one-year prior experience in a professional office performing telephone reception, faxing, typing correspondence and memos. Experience with personal computers, and software programs, preferably Outlook, Word, and Excel. A valid driver’s license. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job may require lifting or moving up to 25 lbs. Able to sit for extended periods of time.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position – NO PHONE CALLS. Send resume to: Ohana Media Group, Shannon Hollier, Market/Acct Administrator, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99504. May also send materials to: shannon.hollier@ohanamediagroup.com. Ohana Media Group is EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-07-22

KTOO/Capital Community Broadcasting Inc (Radio & TV)

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTOO seeks a dynamic, self-motivated individual with hands-on experience and skills in information technology management. KTOO is a well-supported, highly visible public media operation with a strong commitment to local, regional and statewide program production. Juneau is a small, vibrant capital city of 30,000 people with the highest per capita education and income levels in state. Located in the heart of the Southeast Alaska panhandle, Juneau is a transportation, retail, medical and service hub with great schools, abundant recreational opportunities and a thriving arts community in a magnificent natural setting. Two hours from Seattle, Juneau`s climate is similar to the Pacific Northwest. The weather is wet and mild with summer highs in the 60s and 70s and winter lows in the 20s and 30s. Salary: Range F, starting in the low 50s, depending on experience, plus competitive benefits including paid health insurance, retirement plan, paid leave and holidays.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Information Technology Manager will oversee the development, implementation and use of IT throughout the organization, working closely with production, engineering and administrative staff to assess and address user needs. Areas of responsibility include the full range of information systems and telecommunications activities, including determining user requirements, recommending solutions, and supporting CCBI`s efforts to improve the effective use of technology. The manager is responsible for the management of all computing resources of CCBI, including planning, design, installation and maintenance of computing equipment, systems, networks and applications. The manager configures, administers, troubleshoots, and optimizes mission critical computer systems and provides support for computer systems operation and administration, installation and management, end user computer support, systems programming, broadcast operations and network management.

REQUIREMENTS:

Required Skills:

  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team of technical and non-technical staff, and to work with the management of an organization, and to manage multiple concurrent projects.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. •Ability to meet deadlines, to conduct research into IT issues and products, and to take initiative in the development and completion of projects.
  • Bachelor`s degree in computer science or equivalent education and experience, along with advanced technical or managerial credentials.
  • Five or more years of progressive IT experience.
  • Experience in working with non-profit organizations preferred.
  • Project management, organizational and time management skills.
  • Problem-solving, analytical and evaluative skills.
  • Familiarity with operating systems, computer hardware, server hardware/software, network cabling, switches and routers.
  • Familiarity with networking of wide bandwidth digital media desirable.
  • Flexible work habits, able to change priorities, willing to work extended hours if needed.
  • Valid Alaska Driver's License.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. To apply: Submit a letter of interest and your resume to pos1@ktoo.org. Open until filled, with an initial screening on August 22, 2012. KTOO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-20

KTVF-TV Sports Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Fairbanks' broadcast market leader is looking for an experienced Sports Reporter.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
May be called upon to anchor live sports cast and other newscasts on occasion. May also be required to cover other than sports stories for broadcast and participate in station promotional events.

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate should have at least one year experience in shooting, writing and editing sporting events. Hours include nights and weekends. Prefer linear and non linear editing capabilities and familiarity with posting stories to website.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you are looking to join our highly successful team, we want to hear from you. Submit your resume tape of sports stories to: KTVF News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-12

KMXS-FM/KWHL-FM/KFQD-AM Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
JOB DESCRIPTION: The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing. new business's as well as handling established accounts Mix 103.1, K-Whale 106.5 and Newstalk 750 KFQD-AM. This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD and PTO. Pay range: guarantee - commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, Requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments)

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! We offer accredited sales training. Must pass a drug test before job offer. Must be at least 21 years. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance.

HOW TO APPLY:
How to Apply: Contact Kim Shuck at kim.shuck@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave, Anchorage, AK 99518.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-15

Clear Channel Radio-Fairbanks, Online Content Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Radio is accepting resumes for the position of Online Content Director in the Fairbanks, AK market. The closing date for applications is August 17th, 2012.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Duties: •Work with programming to maximize integration with on air and on line products. •Work with sales to identify relevant events and features for websites. •Work with the Market Manager to identify available inventory and tout new features. •Daily/weekly/monthly tracking to find unique visitors, page views, and progress of the station sites vs. baselines set by the company. •Physically maintain sites with daily updates. •Prepare necessary graphic/files for site. •Search and be proactive in the development of content for each website. •Enter and update site content. •Assists in scheduling banner ads on each station’s website. •Stream monitoring for quality, ad placement, etc. •Assist station personnel with maintaining various elements on sites (promotions calendar, personality pages, etc.). •Back up all sites during vacation and absence.

REQUIREMENTS:
•College Degree preferred. •Working knowledge of website design required, as well as the ability to work with many people in multiple departments. •Two years website management or related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. •Excellent time management and leadership skills. •Extensive computer skills including strong HTML skills and Adobe Photoshop required; Adobe Flash and Dreamweaver knowledge preferred. •Ability to handle stress and related pressures. •Ability to work under time constraints and meet deadlines. •Excellent written and verbal communications skills. •Ability to work with little or no supervision.

HOW TO APPLY:
It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. We specifically encourage referral of qualified minority and female applicants. If you have qualified applicants for this job opening, no phone calls, please contact: Kim Williams, 546 9th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701. E-mail: kimwilliams@clearchannel.com.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-17

KTVF-TV Morning News Producer/Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF has an immediate opening for a Morning News Producer/Editor.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for all technical aspects of recording and putting on our 30 minute daily morning news show. Will help in putting together the news stories and building the show. In charge of downloading and assembling all needed video clips and graphics. Also responsible for setting up cameras, prompter, directing talent and also technical directing (using GVG effects board). Will record show intros and edit the show to fit allowed time.

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal candidate will be proficient in video editing.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to: News Director, 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701, or email to montebowen@ktvf11. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-19

KTVA-TV Multi-Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV, CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an immediate opening for an energetic Multi-Media Journalist. We are looking for someone who can write, report, shoot and edit. Two years of experience is preferred, and a strong work ethic is required. Alaska is a unique place with stories found no where else. From the majestic scenery to wildlife right out your front door, you will find a lot to love about your new assignment. KTVA is an EOE.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail a resume and a link of your work to sfeger@ktva.com.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-10

KAKM-HDTV Video Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KAKM-HDTV has an exciting opening for Video Producer in Anchorage Alaska. The video producer will be a video storyteller who produces, edits and delivers a variety of video projects for television and the Web. The projects would include, but not be limited to: news and feature stories, Web features, television programs, promos and underwriting messages. A full job description may be found on our webpage at www.alaskapublic.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The video producer will be proficient using a variety of video equipment, editing equipment and software, and comfortable working in a creative but deadline-driven environment. The Video Producer will:

  • Capture audio and video, and edit multimedia packages for TV and Web.
  • Produce or direct public affairs, weather and other local TV programs.
  • Produce and post video projects to the Web. •Collaborate with staff on various news, public affairs and marketing projects.
  • Meet deadlines and uphold professional journalistic standards.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Shoot video and record audio using a variety of equipment including studio cameras, DSLRs, camcorders, and handheld video cameras.
  • Produce rough cuts, graphic design & integration, audio sweetening, color correction and deliver final projects for TV and Web.
  • Serve in a variety of roles as member of studio production crew.
  • Help coach editorial staff in basics of video production.
  • Produce various news, public affairs and election programs for TV and Web.
  • Produce various types of promos and underwriting messages.
  • Participate in programming discussions with APTI staff, concept development and storyboarding.

REQUIREMENTS:
Essential Knowledge/Skills:

  • Work successfully in the field and in the studio.
  • Conceive, produce, shoot and edit video for television and the Web. •Edit using a variety editing systems including Avid, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Excellent aesthetic and skill for capturing visual moments and telling stories.
  • Perform in a dynamic and deadline-driven environment.
  • Stay abreast of contemporary broadcast, equipment, software, and Web trends.
  • Multitask and work across multiple media platforms.
  • Adhere to high journalistic styles and practices.
Required Qualifications:
  • Experience shooting and editing video for television, film or Web.
  • Experience with working with various video editing systems.
  • Ability to work collegially with multiple stakeholders and audiences.
  • Ability to work effectively in a dynamic, creative organization, and professionally in a team-based environment.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelors Degree.
  • Experience producing across platforms with working knowledge of HTML, multimedia production and major social media tools.
  • Two years experience working in television, film industry or video production.
  • Experience working in public media.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply please send resume and references to hr@alaskapublic.org. You must refer to ABA1302. Resumes may be mailed to HR, 3877 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508. APTI is EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-08-31

KCAW-FM Program Coordinator, part time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Raven Radio is seeking a ¾ time Program Coordinator to assist the General Manager with programming, operations and managing large on-air volunteer program. Salary: $28,860 – $32,077 for ¾ time, exempt position with sick and annual leave but without health insurance or retirement benefits. EEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Required qualifications: strong production and on-air skills; demonstrated organizational, teaching and computer skills; ability to work with wide variety of people and to work flexible hours.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, references and .mp3 audio samples to General Manager Ken Fate at ken@kcaw.org by 5pm August 31st. Applications are also accepted at Raven Radio, 2 Lincoln St. Suite B., Sitka, Alaska 99835. For full position description contact visit kcaw.org

DEADLINE: 2012-08-31

KWLF-FM, Pgm Director/CHR Morning Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Last Frontier Mediactive LLC of Fairbanks has an immediate opening for a full-time Program Director/ CHR Morning Show Host on KWOLF 98.1FM.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Program Director portion of this position will include programming music and imaging on KWLF and various other stations. This includes commercial and program downloading, voice work and various tasks related to the day to day on air operation. The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of Adobe Audition as well as music and audio editing skills. Strong computer skills are required. The on-air morning shift portion of this position is for CHR station KWOLF 98.1FM. The ideal candidate we are seeking will be able to handle both voice tracking and live show formats, remotes and personal appearances, and be able to fill in for other FM and AM station air shifts. Experience in CHR radio and radio production is strongly desired.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested persons should send their resume, references, and MP3 sample of air and production work to: Last Frontier Mediactive LLC, 819 First Avenue, Suite A, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701. Or by email to: jobs@fbxradio.com (5MB or smaller please). No links please. Last Frontier Mediactive, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-21

KTUU-TV Master Control Board Op, Prime Time Shift

JOB DESCRIPTION:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Master Control Board Operator is responsible for switching all logged commercial and program content on KTUU’s broadcast signal(s), monitoring and maintaining the technical quality of that content as well as the quality of the transmission of that content (in conjunction with the Engineering Department), recording incoming program and commercial feeds as required, and various other related duties. The Operator of this shift also dubs to the Playback Server commercial and promotional material as directed by the Traffic Department for inclusion in the daily play list. During this shift the next day’s logs are delivered. This shift operator converts those logs to a playlist in the Avid Sundance system and appends the next day’s playlist to the one currently on the air. They parse the playlist for errors and correct any they find. A full job description can be downloaded from http://schurz.co/x33kqf

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants are required to have thorough operational familiarity with all MCR equipment and systems, including routing, monitoring, switching, recording, playback, timing, etc. Also requires comfort using multiple computer systems in both the Windows and Mac environment. This shift requires a high degree of focus on the job’s multiple pieces simultaneously, excellent problem solving skills, and very good organizational skills.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (found on ktuu.com) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-04

Koahnic Broadcasting Corp.-Manager, Native Voice One

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Koahnic Broadcast Corporation (KBC) seeks a dynamic Manager to bring its radio distribution service, Native Voice One (NV1), to the next level by expanding its affiliated stations, program offerings and station support services. NV1 provides programs produced by KBC, stations and independent Native American producers from across the country to the public radio system and to listeners on-line. The manager plays a key role in helping KBC fulfill our mission “to be the leader in bringing Native voices to Alaska and the nation.” For full job description go to www.knba.org

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications: A self starter with strong organizational skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Bachelor’s degree in broadcasting, communications, marketing or related field. Experience working in public radio highly desirable. Some marketing/programming or promotion experience. Work with Native American radio stations and/or Native communities helpful. Awareness of or ability to learn FCC rules regarding program content.

HOW TO APPLY:
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter with 3 professional references to: cschatz@knba.org or to Koahnic Broadcast Corp., 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Suite 480, Anchorage, AK 99508 attn: Human Resources. Salary: DOE. Excellent benefits, including 401K. KBC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-09-28

KTUU-TV News Reporter/Multi Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! KTUU, Alaska’s top news station, has an opening for a News Reporter/MMJ. We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans. Anchorage is market size 145. However, we have the look and feel of a top 50-market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to shoot and edit video and natural sound. We also require candidates to have experience with live shots. Knowledge of producing and anchoring preferred. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-10

KTUU-TV Digital Content Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU.com is looking for an experienced digital journalist and copyeditor who has a commitment to excellence and a working knowledge of digital publishing and social media. Channel 2 News is “Alaska’s News Source,” and our journalism across all digital platforms is a top focus. This is a great opportunity to lead and contribute to quality journalism in a newsroom that values hard work and dedication to excellence.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Digital Content Supervisor will oversee a small but dedicated staff of digital content producers as well as copyedit and direct the content generated by a full complement of multi-media newsroom reporters. This critical newsroom role will oversee the distribution of digital news and other information across KTUU’s multiple platforms (web, apps, etc.), using a web-based content management system.

REQUIREMENTS:
This position requires the ability to produce top-notch journalism, compelling and unique content and media “extras” (web video, still photos, live stream events, etc.). Two years of news publication and copy edit experience are a must. Familiarity with P2P CMS is a plus. The position also requires social media savvy, including experience with Facebook, Twitter and other popular social media platforms. Our digital staff communicates regularly via social media with our viewers and online consumers regarding breaking news and other stories being covered by Channel 2 News. The ideal candidate for this position has a degree in Journalism; several years experience in a newsroom and copyedit experience and familiarity with AP stylebook. Webmasters and Web Programmers need not apply.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-11

APTI Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Juneau Reporter

This reporter is responsible for reporting on important government and political stories from the state capitol for the Alaska Public Radio Network, KSKA-FM, KAKM-TV and Alaskapublic.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Juneau Reporter will:

  • Report and produce government and political stories during the Legislative session and cover state government and state politics after the session has ended.
  • Pursue enterprise stories that examine state government agencies, budgets and personnel decisions.
  • Capture audio, shoot photographs and video, and edit multimedia packages.
  • Post news stories and other material on Alaskapublic.org.
  • Take a leading role in various news, public affairs and election programs for radio, TV and Web.
  • Periodically host or anchor news or public affairs programs for radio, TV or Web.
  • Help implement social media initiatives such as Facebook and Twitter.
  • Collaborate with other APTI staff on various news and public affairs projects.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Experience working in a news, communication, publication, broadcast or Web environment.
  • Ability to work collegially with multiple stakeholders and audiences.
  • Ability to work in a team-based organization.
  • Application of high journalistic standards and news judgment.

  • Preferred Qualifications:
    • Bachelors Degree.
    • Skill in on-air radio and/or on-air TV performance and audio production.
    • Understanding of reporting (writing, photography, video) for the Web.
    • Competency in broadcasting operations and editing (audio, video, photo) software.
    • Familiarity with public radio and television news, and broadcast programming.

HOW TO APPLY:
For a full job description, please go to our website at www.alaskapublic.org/contactus.

Deadline for applying is October 1, 2012. The applicant must refer to ABA1303 either in the resume or cover letter. Resumes and cover letters should be sent to hr@alaskapublic.org or may be mailed to HR, Alaska Pubic Telecommunications, Inc., 3877 University DR, Anchorage AK 99508. APTI is EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-01

KTVA-TV Multi-Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA-TV, CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska has an immediate opening for an energetic Multi-Media Journalist. We are looking for someone who can write, report, shoot and edit. Alaska is a unique place with stories found no where else. From the majestic scenery to wildlife right out your front door, you will find a lot to love about your new assignment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Two years of experience is preferred, and a strong work ethic is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail a resume and a link of your work to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-01

KTVA-TV Producer/Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Are you looking to take your producing and anchoring skills to the next level? If so, I want to hear from you! KTVA-TV, CBS 11 News in Anchorage, Alaska is looking for an energetic, engaging Producer/Anchor. This is a Monday - Friday gig.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must have strong conversational writing skills as well as a relaxed delivery. I need an ethical decision maker who can work well with others. You need to be a good reporter as well; you won’t just be sitting behind a desk.

HOW TO APPLY:
If this sounds like it might be a good fit, e-mail a resume and a link of your work to sfeger@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-01

KTVF-TV Managing Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF Channel 11 is accepting applications for a FT Managing Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Successful candidate will have experience in broadcast news operations including, but not limited to: writing, rewriting, editing news stories for air, directing live and taped newscasts, assisting with set up and directing live remotes and special broadcasts. Should be familiar with linear and non linear editing. Experience with production switcher operation. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to: Montebowen@ktvf11.com, or mail to News Director 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal employment opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-10-14

KBBI Radio, Development Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KBBI Homer Public Radio is seeking applications for a full time development director.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position develops, coordinates and maintains KBBI membership drives, mailings, underwriting, special events, promotions and other revenue-producing activities. Also provides support to KDLL/Kenai membership and underwriting efforts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience in non-profit fundraising, event coordination and sales. Excellent organizing, interpersonal and oral/written communication skills Proficient w/ basic computer office software; familiarity with membership/traffic software Allegiance experience is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply: Send cover letter, resume, 3 references to: KBBI, Attn: General Manager, 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK, 99603. Email dave@kbbi.org. More info at www.kbbi.org. Competitive salary plus medical/leave benefits. Position is open until filled. KBBI is an EEO employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-04

KTUU-TV News Reporter/Multi Media Journalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We have a great opportunity for a person who wants to tell compelling news stories and experience a very unique part of the world. You don’t even have to leave the country to do it! KTUU, Alaska’s top news station, has an opening for a News Reporter/MMJ. We’re looking for someone who’s aggressive and isn’t afraid to dig for stories. We’re seeking a reporter who likes to tell stories about people and how the issues of the day affect Alaskans. Anchorage is market size 145. However, we have the look and feel of a top 50-market.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
You must be a strong writer and someone who knows how to shoot and edit video and natural sound. We also require candidates to have experience with live shots. Knowledge of producing and anchoring preferred. This is not an entry level position so we’re looking for someone with at least one year of news reporting experience. Additional requirements for this position: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume/video link, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-01-18

KTUU-TV Reporter/Fill-in News Anchor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
We are Alaska`s News Source, and we`re looking for a seasoned Reporter who shares our passion for News, Storytelling and the Last Frontier. Alaska is a unique place, and we`re looking for that one-of-a-kind candidate who shares our commitment to journalism and has a passion for News. We are Alaska`s top-ranked TV news organization, and we are looking for a dedicated and proven Reporter who shares our passion for journalistic excellence.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Daily responsibilities include script writing for television, live reporting for broadcast and written reporting for KTUU`s digital news unit.

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate has a college degree in Journalism or related field and at least two years experience as a TV News Reporter/MMJ and News Anchor. Applicants must possess strong news judgment and proven news writing skills. Knowledge of Alaska and issues of importance to Alaskans is a plus. Applicants must be willing to travel across the state on assignment as news coverage demands. Additional requirements for this position:

  • Current driver license with a clean driving record.
  • Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire).

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, demo reel & KTUU job application (available on ktuu.com`s employment link) to: lswen@ktuu.com.

NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-01-18

KMBQ-FM Temp Receptionist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
POSTION: RECEPTIONIST. TERM: TEMP; APROXIMATELY DECEMBER 1, 2012 THRU FEBRUARY 28, 2013. SCHEDULE: MON-FRI 8:30AM – 5:30PM. RATE: $9.00 PER HOUR.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
DUTIES: ANSWER PHONE S AND DIRECT CALLS TO APPROPRIATE PERSONNEL. GREET CLIENTS & LISTENERS ENTERING THE STUDIO. DISBURSE PRIZES THAT HAVE BEEN WON BY LISTENERS. MAINTAIN LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS AND PRIZE INVENTORY. MAINTAIN SUPPLY OF PAPER/INK/TONER IN ALL PRINTERS & FAX MACHINES. ASSIST WITH MAILING OF MONTHLY INVOICES. ASSIST SALES & PROMOTIONS DEPARTMENTS AS NEEDED. OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.

REQUIREMENTS:
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: FRIENDLY OUTGOING PERSONALITY. PROFESSIONAL APPEARANCE. ABILITY TO MULTI-TASK. PROFICIENCY IN MS OFFICE PROGRAMS A PLUS.

HOW TO APPLY:
To Apply: Drop off or mail resume to Ohana Media Group, 851 E Westpoint Dr. #301, Wasilla, AK 99654 Attn: Del Smith 907-373-0222. Ohana Media Group & KMBQ are equal opportunity employers.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-19

KSDP-AM News Reporter/Site Tech

JOB DESCRIPTION:
News Reporter/Site Tech will be part of a pilot project for KSDP in Sand Point, Alaska whose key function will be to create original and regional journalistic programming along with maintaining our existing broadcasting systems including but not limited to: automation system, remote recording devices, office computers and other related devices. Reports To: General Manager; Wage: DOE. Effective Date: Position will be a six (6) month pilot project with a sustainability evaluation of position at the end of six (6) months.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties and Responsibilities, include but are not limited to: Assist remote broadcasts or promotions of KSDP events. Production of KSDP programming elements; PSA’s features, modules, etc. KSDP music tracking, scheduling and library maintenance. KSDP website content maintenance. Assist in weekly mangement of automation systems.

REQUIREMENTS:
*Excellent written, verbal and journalistic skills. *Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. *Superior reliability and responsibility. *Ability to meet deadlines. *Ability to work independently. *Ability to coordinate multiple activities at once. *Ability to lead by example and to practice “service leadership”. Prefered Qualifications: *Experience creating media using audio production. *Familiarity with website audio content delivery. *Interest in journalism as a career. *Experience with iMedia Touch Software, AM Broadcasting equipment, and relavant technologies used in radio.

HOW TO APPLY:
Aleutian Peninsula Broadcasting, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. To Apply: via email, gm@apradio.org or fax 907/383-5271.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-16

KBBI-AM Morning Edition Host/News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Morning Edition host provides continuity during KBBI morning programs, reads local morning newscasts and operates/troubleshoots the automation system. Works with news director to produce news content for air and for the web. Supervision: This position is supervised by the News Director and works closely with the Program Director. Regular Full-Time, Non-Exempt, may include working holidays and some weekends. Salary Range: Starts $32,000 DOE; package includes health insurance, medical and leave benefits.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Host Morning Edition Monday through Friday: a) Provide continuity during morning network programs. b) Prepare and deliver regularly-scheduled Kenai Peninsula newscasts. c) Deliver news content, community calendars, marine and local weather, tides, etc. d) Maintain FCC transmitter log, Emergency Alert System (EAS) log, and program log during shift. e) Record modules for broadcast on KBBI, KDLL as needed. (community calendar, Fish & Game announcements, etc). f) Pitching and board operations during on-air membership drives. 2) Maintain satellite operations: a)Monitor sources for special coverage events and change programs as directed by supervisor. b) Check established sources for messages regarding promos, impaired feeds, rundowns, etc. 3) News Reporting: a)Prepare news stories on a variety of beats relevant to the Kenai Peninsula, as assigned by the news director. b) Conduct interviews and produce news stories for daily newscasts. c) Prepare news content, including photographs and text, for use on KBBI and KDLL websites. d) Substitute for news director as necessary. 4. Other: a) Produce KBBI and KDLL IDs, spots and announcements as directed. b) Participate in regular air-check sessions with program director. c) Attend staff meetings, assist with fundraising and volunteer events. d) Report on studio, equipment and building problems. e) Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
1. One year public radio and /or other relevant experience. 2. Excellent announcing and production skills. 3. Excellent computer skills. 4. Familiarity with radio satellite and automation operations. 5. Ability to work with a team. 6. Ability to maintain early-morning work schedule, M-F,8 hours per day beginning at 5:30 AM.

HOW TO APPLY:
TO apply: Send cover letter, resume, references, and audio mp3s to: Aaron Selbig, KBBI News Director, at aaron@kbbi.org. If you’d prefer to mail your documents, send to 3913 Kachemak Way, Homer, AK 99603. KBBI-AM is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-04

KTUU-TV Director of Engineering & IT

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Engineering & IT directs the efforts of the engineering department and supports all other departments to ensure achievement of common business goals.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure equipment and systems are operational and secure; plan, design, and manage installation or improvements of equipment; manage capital budget & planning; provide vision and design for new equipment and systems; ensure compliance of OSHA, FCC and FAA regulations. This position reports to the general manager of the station.

REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of 10 years television maintenance engineering experience. 5+ years of experience in broadcast operations and IT. 5 years of supervisory experience.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong understanding of FCC regulations and requirements.
  • Proficient with computer operation and computer repair.
  • Broad background in broadcast production and engineering, strong knowledge of broadcast engineering operations & equipment.
  • Working knowledge of transmitter equipment, broadcast automation systems, network servers, computer hardware & software systems.
  • Ability to read schematic diagrams.
  • Ability to learn new equipment and implement procedures for use.
  • Ability to plan and execute a budget for the department.
  • Must be able to handle high stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to communicate with non-technical personnel to resolve equipment issues, get along/work with people on all levels of the company.
  • Must be flexible in work schedule. Evening & weekend hours may be necessary to deal with critical issues.
  • Strong leadership skills, ability to delegate projects.
  • Must have excellent problem-solving skills, be creative and adaptive.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, very conscientious with strong initiative.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to lift equipment up to 40 lbs

This job description might not include all of the duties performed in this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on website) to: lswen@ktuu.com. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer! Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-07

KTUU-TV Executive Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This full-time Executive Assistant position is responsible for serving as a coordinator for the General Manager, News Director, and Human Resources Business Partner in order to provide support in all clerical and administrative functions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Job Functions: Serve as liaison between the General Manager and department managers and station staff with in-depth knowledge of company’s practices. Communicate with clients, viewers, and top management of local and national firms, and civic & professional organizations. Administer and coordinate general and confidential projects. Assist in maintaining corporate relations with Schurz Communications, Inc. Compose and prepare correspondence for General Manager. Coordinate the General Manager’s schedule and contacts with station departments, staff, outside organizations & individuals. Plan and coordinate company functions. Responsible for TimeSaver timecard system entry and management. Act as liaison with the H. R. Business Partner in all administrative elements involving timecards and employee relations. Responsible for assisting the News Director with staff scheduling, travel arrangements, and preparing information for the station`s FCC report. Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned by the General Manager, News Director, and H.R. Business Partner. Assist with other projects as required and assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Job Requirements of Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities: High School diploma is required, college degree if preferred. Minimum 4 years related secretarial experience, or 2 years secretarial experience plus 1 year business, technical, or college hours related to office administration/secretarial duties required. Computer proficiency with all Microsoft Office products. Ability to effectively operate standard office equipment. Excellent communication & writing skills. Ability to show attention to detail and multi-task. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, yet committed to a team environment. Must maintain a high level of confidentiality. Must represent Northern Lights Media/KTUU with professionalism and integrity. Must hold a valid Alaska driver license and be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Work schedule is Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm.

Full benefits package offered. Send cover letter, resume, and job application (found on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer! Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTVA-TV Photojournalist

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Alaska is a land of amazing people, scenery, and stories. CBS 11 News in Anchorage is looking for the right photojournalist to tell these stories. We want someone who can work with our team of reporters to produce visual news stories that our viewers will remember. Experience shooting and editing video is a must, but we want more than just pretty pictures. The successful candidate should understand visual story structure, find a personal angle, capture natural moments, and punctuate your story with expressive natural sound. We want someone who takes pride in their work, thinks creatively and pays attention to detail. Covering news in a state like Alaska brings challenges and we sometimes need to produce stories in extreme conditions and locations. Experience with traveling, working remotely, uploading video to the web, live streaming, and FTP is a plus. If this sounds like the right fit for you then we would love to see your work.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail a resume and a link to your stories to nswann@ktva.com. KTVA is an EOE.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

Last Frontier Mediactive (Radio) Account Executives

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Last Frontier Mediactive is looking for talented, bright and energetic men and women to compliment our team of radio marketing experts that represent 6 radio stations. If you’ve ever thought – even dreamed of a career where your paycheck represents your efforts, then read the following carefully. The career you’ve always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Job duties include but are not limited to: presenting, negotiating and closing sales promotions for new and existing clients; developing ideas for promotional opportunities; collection of client invoices; creating presentations for potential clients using Word, Excel and PowerPoint; and providing outstanding service to new and existing clients.

HOW TO APPLY:
If you possess a strong work ethic, are self-motivated, possess strong verbal and written communication skills and want to become a member of Alaska’s finest broadcast company, then send your resume immediately to Last Frontier Mediactive LLC, 819 1st Avenue Fairbanks Alaska or e-mail your resume to jobs@fbxradio.com. All interested individuals are encouraged to apply and qualified applicants will be interviewed. Last Frontier Mediactive LLC is an equal opportunity employer and offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. No phone calls or faxes please.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

Tanana Valley TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Report to Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Must have computer skills. Employer is willing to train the right individual. Ability to make sound judgments under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work any shift. Must have own transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to dc@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-18

KTUU-TV Multi-Media Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska’s News Source, has an opening in its marketing sales department for a Multi-Media Account Executive. We are looking for a specialist offering solutions to our clients marketing needs using television, digital and social media.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
College degree, media and/or outside sales experience and ability to present creatively are all necessary. Our systems require good computer skills. Must have valid Alaska drivers license and transportation, this is an outside position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume & job application to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-11-27

KTUU-TV Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Director is ultimately responsible for all technical aspects of the live news production, as well as coordination with the News Department and PCR (Production Control Room) crew to create a smooth, error-free on-air news product. The shift for this full-time position includes weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Serves as immediate shift supervisor of the rest of the PCR crew. Provides first point of contact for resolving personnel or equipment issues in the absence of a higher-level manager.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Knowledge of the various computers running production-related software, their interactions with each other and their functioning as part of an interconnected automation system.
  • Ability to communicate with crew & talent accurately, quickly, efficiently, effectively.
  • Foster close teamwork and cooperation among PCR crew and between crew and News Department – serve as a communications gateway between the Newsroom and Operations.
  • Ability to operate and train others on all the PCR production equipment, requiring a working knowledge of various positions, including:
    • Director
    • Technical Director
    • Chyron Operator
    • Audio Operator
    • Shading Engineer
    • Tape Operator/Digital Server Playout Operator
    • Live Van Operator
    • Studio/Remote Camera Operator
    • Floor Director
    • Teleprompter Operator.
  • Manage the PCR crew to ensure daily responsibilities are covered.
  • Develop co-workers by ensuring they are cross-trained in the different positions available.
  • Be a watchdog for the technical quality of the newscasts and work with management and engineering to find ways to improve and develop solutions to problem areas.
  • Supervise production of live updates and/or tape updates for 3pm and 4pm and other updates and promos immediately following most newscasts.
  • Evening Newscast Production:
    • Coordinate pre-production of any elements needed by the News department.
    • Work with the News Room Producer to ensure the show rundowns are accurate for on-air execution.
    • Utilizing Associated Press's Electronic News Production System (ENPS), and in partnership with the Assistant Director, build on-air playback commands via Media Object Server (MOS) commands for the various interfaced equipment per show requirements, including dropping specific codes into ENPS rundown that specify what channel video elements will appear in News Q Pro.
    • Double-check various Chyron codes are set to load in their correct channels.
    • Clean up the rundown to ensure clear information exists for live shots and camera events. **Begin dropping in Overdrive commands into scripts.
    • Ensure final rundowns are printed and distributed by 4:30 p.m.
    • On headset at 15 minutes to air (5:45 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 9:45 p.m.).
    • Prepare switcher, robotic cameras, Chyron LEX and Overdrive system for air.
    • Direct the newscast while operating the Overdrive automation system (equivalent of Technical Director, Playout Operator and Chyron Operator).
    • Write and e-mail reports detailing any problems with the newscasts.
  • Responsible for ensuring that qualified personnel are available throughout the shift to assist the News Department with anticipated and unanticipated technical needs, such as setting up an unexpected news update for breaking news, helping with a dub, etc.
  • Responsible to assist in coordinating coverage of absences (primary responsibility of the Assistant Operations Manager).

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV Audio & Video Equipment Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV has a full time opening in the Operations department for an Audio & Video Equipment Operator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position involves operation of various types of video equipment in the course of preparation for and execution of live news broadcasts. The Operations department crew also staffs KTUU Master Control, where all programming and commercial material is switched to air.

REQUIREMENTS:
Familiarity with audio and video production equipment, including cameras, lighting, microphones, video recorders, video servers, video and audio routing, video and audio monitoring, Windows operating system on networked personal computers is required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (on web site) to: lswen@schurz.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV Photojournalist, Weekend/Weekday

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV, Alaska's dominant television news station has an opening for a full-time photojournalist with a positive attitude and a minimum of 1-year experience in television news photography. Pay DOE. Full benefits package offered.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position covers 3 weekdays and both days on the weekend (1:30p-10:30p shift), as well as news “on call shifts” on a regular rotation. We are a very strong NPPA station looking for a hardworking and adventurous individual who enjoys travel, unique storytelling opportunities and living in a place that most only dream of visiting once in a lifetime. The ideal candidate thrives on breaking news, loves the outdoors, is interested in covering Alaska’s unique sports and aims to participate in the production of long-form news documentaries.

REQUIREMENTS:
A degree in journalism/broadcast communications and Final Cut Pro edit experience are required. Experience with web-based journalism is also a plus. Additional requirements for this position include: *Current driver license with a clean driving record. *Valid passport (or must apply for one within 30 days of hire). *Ability to lift up to 60 pounds.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume tape, and job application (available on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV Sales/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU-TV is looking for a full-time assistant in our sales/traffic department. If you love making sure all the details are done accurately, keeping things organized and enjoy working with customers then this is your position. Work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The position requires attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced people business. Computer experience, data entry, and the desire to be part of a progressive support team are important.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV Part Time Executive Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Working 30-32 hours/wk, this part-time Executive Assistant position is responsible for serving as a coordinator for the General Manager, News Director, and Human Resources Business Partner in order to provide support in all clerical and administrative functions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Job Functions:

  • Serve as liaison between the General Manager and department managers and station staff with in-depth knowledge of company`s practices.
  • Communicate with clients, viewers, and top management of local and national firms, and civic & professional organizations.
  • Administer and coordinate general and confidential projects.
  • Assist in maintaining corporate relations with Schurz Communications, Inc.
  • Compose and prepare correspondence for General Manager.
  • Coordinate the General Manager`s schedule and contacts with station departments, staff, outside organizations & individuals.
  • Plan and coordinate company functions.
  • Responsible for TimeSaver timecard system entry and management.
  • Act as liaison with the H. R. Business Partner in all administrative elements involving timecards and employee relations.
  • Responsible for assisting the News Director with staff scheduling, travel arrangements, and preparing information for the station`s FCC report.
  • Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned by the General Manager, News Director, and H.R. Business Partner. •Assist with other projects as required and assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Job Requirements of Education, Experience, Skills & Abilities:

  • High School diploma is required, college degree if preferred.
  • Minimum 4 years related secretarial experience, or 2 years secretarial experience plus 1 year business, technical, or college hours related to office administration/secretarial duties required.
  • Computer proficiency with all Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to effectively operate standard office equipment.
  • Excellent communication & writing skills.
  • Ability to show attention to detail and multi-task.
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, yet committed to a team environment.
  • Must maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Must represent Northern Lights Media/KTUU with professionalism and integrity.
  • Must hold a valid Alaska driver license and be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send cover letter, resume, and job application (found on web site) to: lswen@ktuu.com. Northern Lights Media, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer! Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KATN-TV Admin/Traffic Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KATN Channel 2 has an opening for an Administrative/Traffic Assistant. Position is Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. $12.00/hr and includes downtown parking lot privileges. Company provides life and disability insurance, paid vacation and sick leave. Medical/Dental/Vision insurance and 401K are available. Seasoned workers looking for something 8-5 are encouraged to apply!

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities to include answer and direct phone calls and assist station manager with ABC programming, formatting, logs and traffic duties.

REQUIREMENTS:
Previous traffic experience preferred but not required. Must be proficient in using Microsoft Word and Excel, be computer saavy, possess good communication and organizational skills, and be able to handle multiple projects with accuracy.

HOW TO APPLY:
Send letter of interest and resume to: kharmon@youralaskalink.com. Please direct all phone inquiries to (907) 378-3680. KATN and YourAlaskaLink are equal opportunity employers.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTVA-TV PT Weekend Overnight Master Control

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVA Channel 11 has an opening for a P/T WEEKEND OVERNIGHT MASTER CONTROL OPERATOR. Shift is midnight – 8am Saturday and Sunday mornings. Duties include live on-air switching of programs, recording satellite program feeds and commercial dubbing. Broadcast experience preferred. Must be reliable and able to work unsupervised.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume or application to: KTVA Broadcast Center, Operations Manager, 1007 W. 32nd Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503. KTVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2012-12-31

KTUU-TV Director of Engineering & IT

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Engineering & IT directs the efforts of the engineering department and supports all other departments to ensure achievement of common business goals. Ensure equipment and systems are operational and secure; plan, design, and manage installation or improvements of equipment; manage capital budget & planning; provide vision and design for new equipment and systems; ensure compliance of OSHA, FCC and FAA regulations. This position reports to the general manager of the station.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of 10 years television maintenance engineering experience. 5+ years of experience in broadcast operations and IT. 5 years of supervisory experience.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong understanding of FCC regulations and requirements.
  • Proficient with computer operation and computer repair.
  • Broad background in broadcast production and engineering, strong knowledge of broadcast engineering operations & equipment.
  • Working knowledge of transmitter equipment, broadcast automation systems, network servers, computer hardware & software systems.
  • Ability to read schematic diagrams.
  • Ability to learn new equipment and implement procedures for use.
  • Ability to plan and execute a budget for the department.
  • Must be able to handle high stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to communicate with non-technical personnel to resolve equipment issues, get along/work with people on all levels of the company.
  • Must be flexible in work schedule. Evening & weekend hours may be necessary to deal with critical issues.
  • Strong leadership skills, ability to delegate projects.
  • Must have excellent problem-solving skills, be creative and adaptive.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, very conscientious with strong initiative.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to lift equipment up to 40 pounds.

This job description might not include all of the duties performed in this position.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Number KTUU1032 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-03-29

KTVF-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF Channel 11 is accepting applications for a News Producer.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate will have experience in broadcast news operations including, but not limited to: directing live and taped newscasts; writing and editing news stories for air, assisting with set up and directing live remotes and special broadcasts. Should be familiar with linear and non linear editing. Experience with production switcher operation. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Experienced team players with at least two years of meeting daily deadlines are preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit your resume to: Montebowen@ktvf11.com, or mail to News Director 3528 International Street, Fairbanks, AK. 99701. KTVF is an equal employment opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-01-13

KTUU-TV News Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Producer is responsible for producing newscasts including: writing scripts, editing copy, ordering graphics to fit stories, coordinating live shots with directors, production staff, reporters & photographers. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Prioritize, organize, and produce newscasts following the station brand and goals.
  • Responsible for writing clearly, concisely and very conversationally.
  • Maintain working knowledge of current events, community issues, and extensive list of local contacts.
  • Attend morning/afternoon meetings with enterprise story ideas each day.
  • Accurate video editing, with an eye for visual elements and graphics that makes stories understandable to the viewer.
  • Responsible for developing original story ideas for daily newscasts.
  • Special emphasis on working with reporters on story treatment, and ability to accurately gather information for news stories under pressure.
  • Act as a leader in facilitating teamwork of staff members working on your specific newscast.
  • Able to accurately and calmly handle decision-making process, especially in the control room.
  • Must possess excellent communication and organizational abilities, including working with the News Director and Senior Producer to ensure story accuracy, and to determine the best presentation of reports. •Responsible for creating a unique approach to all digital elements for the news department, including: Facebook page, Twitter, web site.
  • Copyedit stories on the web site while checking newscast scripts.
  • Must be willing to work flexible hours, including evening, weekends, and holidays as needed.
  • Work well with co-workers, especially the News Director.
  • Must create "Anchor moments" in newscasts, do break-outs of stories with reporters.
  • Must post additional content (stories, links, video, polls, etc.) to the web and/or Facebook daily.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking some with 1-2 years of local television experience, with a degree in journalism or a related field. A valid driver`s license is also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site:
http://www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/
and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1088 to learn more about the positions and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-14

KMXS-FM Morning Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Mix 103.1, Anchorage is looking for a morning show co-host/side-kick. Do you have some broadcasting experience? Are you articulate and informed? Can you deliver information, from the printed page (or screen), clearly, confidently and casually ("naturally")? Would you like to work 20 hours a week...and maybe full-time if you're worth it?

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your cover letter, resume, and MP3 demo if available, to devan@morris.com, or mail (or hand deliver) your package to Morris Alaska, 301 Arctic Slope Ave., Suite 200 Anchorage, AK 99518. Attn: Mix Opening. Mix 103.1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-01-15

KMXS-FM Morning Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Mix 103.1, Anchorage is looking for a morning show co-host/side-kick. Do you have some broadcasting experience? Are you articulate and informed? Can you deliver information, from the printed page (or screen), clearly, confidently and casually ("naturally")? Would you like to work 20 hours a week...and maybe full-time if you're worth it?

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your cover letter, resume, and MP3 demo if available, to devan@kmxs.com, or mail (or hand deliver) your package to: Morris Alaska
301 Arctic Slope Ave., Suite 200, Anchorage, AK 99518. Attn: Mix Opening. Mix 103.1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-15

Tanana Valley TV Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Tanana Valley Television is looking for a Master Control Operator to begin work immediately.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for on-air operation. Satellite recordings. Maintain neat and accurate operating log, transmitter log, and DR reports. Report to Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
High school graduate or equivalent. Must have computer skills. Employer is willing to train the right individual. Ability to make sound judgements under stressful conditions. Must be responsible, reliable and willing to work any shift. Must have own transportation.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please e-mail all inquiries to dc@tvtv.com. Tanana Valley Television is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-01-27

KMXS-FM Morning Co-Host

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KMXS 103.1 is looking for a morning show co-host and news reader. Morris Communications is and EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Ideal applicant is smart, articulate, and able to read. Broadcast experience preferred, but not necessary. Must be able to work early morning hours. Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please bring your air-check and fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518 Attn: Lara Bickford lara.bickford@morris.com

DEADLINE: 2013-04-23

KBRJ-FM/KEAG-FM/KHAR-AM Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Successful Radio Group has opening now!

The Anchorage Media Group has an opening for an Advertising Account Executive. We offer accredited sales training, and a great benefits package. Our company offers Health, Dental, 401k, Life, Paid Time Off and more!

Morris Communications is and EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Pay range: guarantee - commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing new business's as well as handling established accounts

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over.

HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Lara Bickford at lara.bickford@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-23

KTUU-TV Night Assignment Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Night Assignment Editor assigns and keeps track of news crews, listens to police scanners for breaking news information, calls news makers and authorities to gather details, updates the daily planner, keeps up with important court dates, answers the phones, and sorts and responds or forwards newsroom emails. Assignment Editors also write stories for air on TV and digital platforms as needed. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Prioritize, organize, and assist with the editorial and production elements of newscasts.

  • Responsible for calling and reacting to breaking news, as well as following up on news tips.
  • Writing clearly, concisely and conversationally.
  • Must maintain working knowledge of current events, community issues, and extensive list of local contacts.
  • Research and brainstorm story ideas and articulate the ideas, so that others understand your vision for the story.
  • Monitor other sites and our social media platforms for story ideas.
  • Special emphasis on working with newsroom staff on story expectations, and being able to accurately gather information for news stories under pressure.
  • Act as a leader in facilitating teamwork of staff members.
  • Able to quickly, accurately and calmly handle decision-making processes.
  • Post content into ENPS to the web site each day.
  • Engage viewers using social media.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to write clearly and accurately.
  • Able to listen to police scanners while carrying out other duties.
  • Able to decipher valid news stories out of the information received from viewers; strong news judgment.
  • Ability to generate story ideas.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, and the ability to work well with co-workers.
  • Ability to handle and adjust accordingly to last minute changes.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision is a must.
  • Ability to keep up with national and local news/weather.
  • Knowledge of how social media outlets work.
  • Understanding of and ability to follow and enforce the journalistic code of ethics. We`re seeking someone with a minimum of 1 year of local television experience, or its equivalency through internships, with a degree in journalism or a related field.
  • A valid driver`s license is also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Number KTUU1142 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-01

KTUU-TV Morning Utility/Technical Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning television station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a Morning Utility/Technical Director. This individual aids in the set-up for live newscasts, in addition to operating production equipment for newscasts and other special programming. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health & dental, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Operate studio cameras, audio boards, and maintain knowledge of lighting and production of computer graphics as directed by Producer and/or Director during newscasts or other special programming.
  • Ability to learn Technical direction of live newscasts and/or other special programming.
  • Ability to learn to create on-air graphics.
  • Operate audio board as directed by Producer and/or Director during newscasts or other special programming.
  • Communicate instructions to talent and guests during live and live-on-tape productions.
  • Produce daily/weekly promos.
  • Maintain and replace set and studio lighting.
  • Ability to learn the higher functions of live television production.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking someone with previous news operation experience, preferably in a live broadcast environment. A minimum of an Associate`s degree, or equivalent practical experience, is preferred. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required.

Essential Knowledge & Skills:

  • Working knowledge of studio cameras, audio, lighting and other technical aspects of television production.
  • Excellent visual sense.
  • Able to follow written and verbal direction.
  • Excellent communication and listening skills.
  • Proficient in basic computer skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Flexible to work various shifts.
  • Able to handle high-stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Potential to develop leadership skills.
  • Able to work with other departments and work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site:
www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1148 to learn more about the positions and apply.

NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-05

Tanana Valley TV & Radio--Broadcast I.T. Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Immediate opening for Broadcast I.T. Engineer

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Install, troubleshoot and support broadcast and non-broadcast IT related software applications such as Windows 7 clients, windows server infrastructures, and specialty broadcast software.
  2. Assist with supporting a homogenous cisco network environment with IP telephony.
  3. Asssit with supporting an active directory environment.
  4. Help train new users with new software and system changes.
  5. Communicate trouble instances with vendors for support and repair. Work with vendors to help troubleshoot problems, install system updates and version upgrades. Coordinate and install end-user hardware and software in conjunction with management, vendors and staff.
  6. Assist with system installations, integration and maintenance projects of systems and infrastructure as assigned by the Director of Engineering.

REQUIREMENTS:
Desired qualifications are:

  1. Knowledge of television broadcast environments and systems.
  2. 3 years previous IT experience.
  3. Demonstrated ability to maintain critical IT systems.
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation and listening skills.
  5. MCP, CCNA, SBE certfications desirable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please apply in person to Chris Fry General, Manager, 3650 Braddock Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701; 907/374-1505. An Equal Opportunity Employer-All Encouraged to Apply.

DEADLINE: 2013-02-25

KTUU-TV News Reporter

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, a nationally award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a Reporter who has a love for "storytelling." This individual is responsible for developing, investigating, writing, reporting and editing stories of interest, both for television and all of KTUU`s digital platforms. Reporters must generate stories and source contacts, work "beats" as assigned and enterprise stories on a daily basis, in addition to delivering reports of high visual and ethical standards, using creative ideas and our live technical capabilities from the field. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Research, gather and provide news and information in the most accurate, appealing, timely and creative way, using all sources.
  • Enterprise hard-news, research-driven pieces under tight deadlines.
  • Develop and maintain sources of information and knowledge about assignments.
  • Write and produce stories for daily newscasts and on station`s digital platforms.
  • Post and regularly update stories, often remotely, while traveling.
  • Conduct interviews in the field and on-set.
  • Report 'live' on the scene.
  • Must update social media sites daily, including Facebook and Twitter, to report stories and interact with viewers.
  • Participate in story selection process through editorial and planning meetings; contributing unique story ideas daily.
  • Enterprise and produce stories.
  • Cover a news "beats," as assigned, and make regular beat checks.
  • Demonstrate sound news judgment; collaborate with other staff members to present the story in the most effective manner possible.
  • Ability to shoot television video; one-man band capabilities is preferred. Able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a regular basis. (KTUU will provide training, as needed.
  • Communicate with KTUU`s digital staff and other appropriate staffers during breaking news.
  • Ability to follow clothing and appearance guidelines.
  • Work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.
  • Perform other incidental and related duties as assigned.
  • Represent the station at public events.
  • Produce one daily reporter package and one vo/sot/vo or other contribution on a daily basis.
  • Possess a broad and working knowledge of the viewing area, including people, places, things, and history.
  • Enter CG text and times into newsroom software 30 minutes prior to newscasts.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Skills & Abilities:

  • Excellent live reporting skills; ability to ad-lib during breaking news.
  • Ability to do active and involved live shots and stand-ups.
  • Strong on-camera presentation skills.
  • Excellent interview and communication skills.
  • Able to write in a clear, concise, and conversational manner.
  • Strong research skills, including the ability to navigate online search engines.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Basic computer knowledge including newsroom software, online CMS system, Microsoft applications and the Internet (Training will be provided for newsroom software and CMS systems).
  • Ability to work well with others and independently with limited supervision.
  • Demonstrate solid journalistic ethics.
  • Must possess web writing skills.
  • Basic knowledge of social media.
  • Ability to break-out stories with extensive anchor tags.
  • Ability to maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving in a manner that reflects well on the station - including collaboration with co-workers, supervisors, and responding to viewers and news consumers in person and via email and social media.
  • Dedication to remaining current on national and local news.
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure.
  • Must thrive on working during big breaking news, extensive weather events and special event coverage.

*We`re seeking someone with 1-3 years of reporting experience.
*A college degree is required, preferably in Journalism or a related field.
*A valid driver`s license, with a good driving background, is also required. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site:
www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/
and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1154 to learn more about the positions and apply.
NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-12

KTUU-TV Morning Director/TD/Graphics

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Morning Director works in collaboration with the Morning PCR (Production Control Room) Supervisor and is responsible for many technical aspects of live news production, including daily coordination with the News Department and PCR staff to create a smooth, error-free on-air news product. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of the various computers running production-related software, their interactions with each other and their functioning as part of an interconnected automation system.
  • Ability to communicate with crew & talent accurately, quickly, efficiently, and effectively.
  • Foster close teamwork and cooperation among PCR crew and between crew and News Department - serve as a communications gateway between Morning News Producers and PCR staff.
  • Ability to operate and train others on all the PCR production equipment, requiring a working knowledge of various positions, including: Director, Technical Director, Chyron Operator, Audio Operator, Graphics Producer/Operator, Shading Engineer, Tape Operator/Digital Server Playout Operator, Live Van Operator, Studio/Remote Camera Operator, Floor Director, Tele-prompter Operator.
  • Collaborate with PCR crew to ensure daily responsibilities are covered.
  • Be a watchdog for the technical quality of the newscasts and work with management and engineering to find ways to improve and develop solutions to problem areas.
  • Direct Live or pre-taped Morning News updates immediately following the Morning Edition newscast.
  • Morning Newscast Production:
    • Coordinate pre-production of any elements needed by the News department.
    • Work with the Newsroom Producer to ensure the show rundowns are accurate for on-air execution.
    • Utilizing Associated Press's Electronic News Production System (ENPS), and in partnership with the Assistant Director, build on-air playback commands via Media Object Server (MOS) commands for the various interfaced equipment per show requirements, including dropping specific codes into ENPS rundown that specify what channel video elements will appear in News Q Pro.
    • Produce and create graphics to illustrate various News requests using the Paint system or equivalent.
    • Double-check various Chyron codes are set to load in their correct channels.
    • Clean up the rundown to ensure clear information exists for live shots and camera events.
    • Begin dropping in Overdrive commands into scripts.
    • Ensure final rundowns are printed and distributed by 4:30 a.m.
    • On headset at 15 minutes to air (5:45 a.m.).
    • Prepare switcher, robotic cameras, Chyron LEX and Overdrive system for air.
    • Direct the newscast while operating the Overdrive automation system (equivalent of Technical Director, Playout Operator and Chyron Operator).
    • Collaborate with News Producer to write and e-mail News Notes reports detailing any problems with the daily newscasts.
  • Collaborate with Operations management to ensuring that qualified personnel are available throughout the morning shift to assist the News Department with anticipated and unanticipated technical needs, such as setting up an unexpected news update for breaking news, helping with a dub, etc.
  • Assist in coordinating coverage of staff absences (primarily the responsibility of the Operations Manager).

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site:
www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1162 to learn more about the positions and apply.
NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-14

KTUU-TV Part-Time Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Master Control Board Operator is responsible for switching all logged commercial and program content on KTUU`s broadcast signal(s), monitoring and maintaining the technical quality of that content as well as the quality of the transmission of that content (in conjunction with the Engineering Department), recording incoming program and commercial feeds as required, and various other related duties. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as various benefits, including paid time off and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Switch programs and commercials from video tape, video server, live network, live news and other sources.
    • Sign Program Log.
    • Check program list and make sure all programs (tapes) scheduled for the shift are on the shelf and all the program episode numbers match the list and log.
    • Using timing sheets, calculator and other resources, establish accurate timings for all program and spot content in order to identify all the local break hit times and keep the on-air product on time.
    • Manually time out any programs having missing or confusing timing sheets, making corrections or additions to the timing sheet(s), as needed.
    • Maintain an accurate commercial program log, with clear notations regarding any changes or discrepancies.
    • Monitor on-air product.
  2. Run commercial breaks and write down on the log all the actual times that the commercials run.
  3. Record incoming program feeds.
  4. Management of multiple video servers (recording & playback).
  5. Digitize commercial or promo spots and programs as needed.
  6. Monitor the EAS and perform tests/alerts - including Amber Alerts - as required.
  7. Maintain timely communications with other KTUU Departments regarding issues that may arise requiring input, assistance or decisions.
  8. Log-in to the MCR utility computer for access to the Discrepancy Report form and NBC Urgent Messaging System and Affiliate Partnership Tool.
  9. Maintain an accurate and complete Discrepancy Report.
  10. Monitor the status of the broadcast transmitter(s).
  11. Other Duties as assigned, including potential heavy lifting.

Reports To: Master Control Supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS:
This position requires strong computer abilities and a willingness to work all shifts. Previous Master Control experience a plus, but not required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/, and search Requisition Number KTUU1159 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-26

KTUU-TV Master Control Op, Full-Time, Temporary

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU is looking for a full-time temporary Master Control Operator

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience:

  • 1-3 years master control operation experience preferred
  • 5 or more years experience. Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of TV video production
  • Knowledge of broadcast engineering, operations, equipment, and computer systems
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment at the component level
  • Video tape experience - must be familiar with multiple tape and digital formats
  • General knowledge of TV broadcasting, including FCC rules and regulations
  • Ability to follow written and verbal directions, able to communicate clearly
  • Must be able to operate analog and digital broadcast equipment, software, broadcast video tape recorders, video servers, audio/video routers, audio and video control consoles, satellite receivers, and television transmitters
  • Proficient use of computers, PC and Mac
  • Basic knowledge of station programming, schedules and related logs
  • Ability to stay focused while monitoring signal quality and programming accuracy
  • Must be able to handle high stress situations and pressure deadline
  • Able to react quickly and calmly to changing circumstances
  • Attention to detail is require
  • Must be licensed, insurable and able to operate station vehicles as needs and situations dictate
  • Must have appropriate D.O.T. license (CDL)
  • Must have good problem-solving skills
  • Leadership skills needed
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision, initiative to address issues immediately
  • Able to work well with others in the department as well as other departments
  • Must be flexible to work any shift including, weekend, overnights and holidays
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.
Education:
  • High School diploma or GED is required
  • Some college/Associate`s Degree or vocational schooling.
Licensing/Certifications:
  • Valid driver`s license with a good driving record
  • SBE certification a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Number KTUU1205 to learn more about the position and apply.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-11

KTUU-TV Assignment Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking an Assignment Manager. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate with Planning Manager and participate in editorial meetings.
  • Create, gather, develop, confirm, and set up stories using multiple resources and platforms
  • Track and communicate development of news stories and events.
  • Dispatch News teams to news stories.
  • Prioritize daily assignments to best meet department goals.
  • Post TV assignments in newsroom, providing specific details and updates for all assignments.
  • Manage logistics for assignments.
  • Answer telephone calls and emails from the public and viewers.
  • Maintain planning calendar, as needed.
  • Fill in for Planning Manager if necessary.
  • Collaborate with Network Assignment Desks and other affiliates via phone and email, as needed.
  • FTP and/or feed video to field teams, affiliates, sister stations and/or the Network, as requested.
  • Post and update stories on the web.
  • Communicate with the web staff during breaking news.
  • Work ahead to prepare for the next day` events. • Offer positive leadership as a member of the news team, working to continue the strategic and budgetary goals of the department.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking someone with 2-5 years of broadcast news experience, with at least a year on the assignment desk, to recognize and track news stories, immediately determine coverage needs and assign/coordinate all news resources. This individual will also assist reporters in story set-up, help producers with story development, and coordinate photographer assignments and logistics as coverage needs demand. A Bachelor`s degree in Communications, Journalism, or a related field is preferred. A valid driver`s license, with a clean driving record, is required.

Required Skills & Abilities:

  • Ability to write clearly and accurately.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Demonstrate solid news judgment.
  • Maintain strong journalistic ethics; maintain professional and ethical conduct at the station and in the community.
  • Strong initiative and attention to details.
  • Computer skills, including newsroom systems, internet usage and word processing applications.
  • Extensive knowledge of news-gathering operations and procedures.
  • Advanced level knowledge newsroom software (ENPS).
  • Basic knowledge of web-posting software & content management systems (P2P)
  • Strong research skills, including conducting online research using various search engines.
  • Ability to stay current with national and local news/weather.
  • Advanced knowledge of social media & digital platforms.
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure.
  • Knowledge of television market, geography and issues.
  • Ability to maintain multiple modes of communication and coordinate multiple issues during breaking news and other stressful situations.
  • Willing to work flexible hours and work well with co-workers.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Demonstrate leadership through training and mentoring less-experienced staff members.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1225 to learn more about the positions and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-12

Clear Channel-Fairbanks, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Media + Entertainment is accepting resumes for the position of Account Executive in the Fairbanks, AK market. The closing date for applications is March 29, 2013. Full Time. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, 401K, paid vacation and sick leave. Clear Channel M+E is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. We specifically encourage referral of qualified minority and female applicants.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Account Executives are responsible for prospecting new accounts, creating marketing plans for clients, and maintaining relationships with existing clients. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated, tenacious and competitive with excellent verbal and written communication skills. The position of Account Executive carries the resonsibility of developing marketing plans for clients, signing advertising agreements, collecting money from clients, overseeing account lists, developing integrated media opportunities for clients, and maintaining revenue expectations against goals determined by management. Typical Duties and Responsibilities: The following are examples of typical duties. Other duties may be assigned. Report for work prior to 8am, and work until 5pm, or after 5pm and on weekends if needed. Prospect and meet with clients to introduce Clear Channel Media + Entertainment campaigns and integrated media (including website opportunities) campaigns. Write contracts and perform basic math: addition, percentage calculation, subtraction, etc. Write commercial scripts for clients. Create long term marketing plans involving radio and working within fixed budgets. Create professional proposals in PowerPoint and Word. Create excel spreadsheets for clients outlining budgets and monthly spending. Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience: High School Degree or higher required; College Degree preferred, and prefers 2 or more years of broadcast experience. Requirements: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Valid Alaska Driver's License and car insurance are required with a satisfactory driving record. Professional appearance also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please contact Kim Williams, e-mail: kimwilliams@clearchannel.com, fax: (907) 457-2128 or mail: Clear Channel Radio, 546 9th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701. No phone calls please. Job posted by an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2013-03-29

KAKM-TV Broadcast Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Job Summary: Monitors over-the air television and FM radio transmitter functions; maintain television and radio network broadcast Systems; provide technical support to broadcast facilities. In repair, maintenance, installation and modification of technical broadcasting equipment; travels to exotic Alaska locations for equipment repair and maintenance, works under pressure in order to meet broadcast deadlines.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities:

  • Monitors over-the-air television and radio broadcast transmitter functions through remote control systems.
  • Operates, maintains, troubleshoots and repairs complex television and radio broadcasting systems; repairs and maintains equipment in emergency and preventative situations.
  • Travels to remote locations for equipment repair, works under pressure in order to meet broadcast deadlines.
  • Sets up and operates various broadcasting equipment such as recording, video and editing equipment; checks equipment for operational readiness; provides operational assistance/instruction to others as needed.
  • Prepares and maintains various technical records and engineering logs pertaining to broadcast equipment performance and discrepancies according to regulations.
  • Sets up, maintains and operates remote production facilities, to include all activities associated with remote television and radio productions.
  • Tests and integrates new equipment prior to installation in broadcast facility.
  • Sets up and maintains transmission equipment for broadcast and point to point microwave links.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications:

  • Associate`s degree in a broadcasting related field and two years experience in broadcasting which includes equipment repair and installation; or, four years experience in broadcasting which includes equipment repair and installation; or any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
  • Knowledge in maintenance, usage and design of technical broadcast equipment.
  • Knowledge of broadcast networks, servers and PCs.
  • Knowledge of master control operations (AV, switching to air, media ingest, "house router" operations) broadcast servers and archive operations.
  • Skill in repair of digital equipment and networks.
  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, nights, weekends, holidays or as needed for broadcast requirements.
  • Skill in common PC office software.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications.
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 lbs., sit, stand, walk, hear and see in a broadcast environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to, Human Resources, Alaska Public Media, 3877 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 / E-mail hr@alaskapublic.org. Alaska Public Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-20

KTUU-TV Photojournalist/Live Van Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU Anchorage, Alaska`s #1 News Station and NPPA 2012 West General Station of the Year, is seeking an experienced Photojournalist who has a passion for storytelling, visual media and breaking news. No other station in the country can compete with our sense of adventure! Whether you`re shooting video from the back of a moving snow machine or aerials via bush plane or helicopter, you`ll be working in a scenic environment incomparable to any other in the U.S. Sure, we cover local, regional and statewide news daily, but we also cover the famed Iditarod Sled Dog Race and the Iron Dog snow machine race each year, both traversing more than 1,000 miles across the rugged terrain of Alaska. We seek a proven Photojournalist who shares our mission to tell Alaska`s story, someone who can think outside the box to pitch and shoot stories involving memorable moments, unique live shots and creative reporter stand-ups. Candidates must be able to work well with others and on your own. Must be able to work a variety of shifts weekly. Operation of our ENG van and related equipment is also required. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health & dental, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Functions:

  • Shoot news video that accurately and fairly represents news stories.
  • Edit video and audio for broadcast, promos, and teases.
  • Demonstrate sound news judgment and ability to tell stories with pictures and natural sound.
  • Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis.
  • Properly maintain camera, editing equipment, and station vehicle.
  • Communicate with reporters, writers, and producers on video needed for news stories.
  • Operate live ENG equipment and vehicles.
  • Keep track of edited news stories for broadcast; maintain archive.
  • Respond to breaking news or urgent newsroom situations.
  • Collect information by interviewing and taking notes (e.g. news conferences).
  • Responsible for ensuring all goals and objectives are being met, and training sessions are attended.
  • Must demonstrate the drive to grow and learn, as well as offer creativity every day.
  • Ability to work well with co-workers and in a professional manner.
  • Observe all safety regulations in-house and when in the field.
  • Upload raw video and still photos to the Web site.
  • Communicate with the web staff during breaking news.
  • Write copy for the Web and newscasts after shooting VOs and VO/SOTs.
  • Manage storage space in video clip bins and maintain a still photo library.
  • Explore ways to increase visual content on the Web site.
  • Working knowledge of local geography and road routes is strongly preferred.
  • Follow clothing and appearance guidelines.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking someone with 1-3 years of shooting and editing experience. A Bachelor`s in Journalism or a related field is required. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record is also required. The position involves a three-year contract commitment. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Able to write and edit stories, work with reporters.
  • Capable of gathering information and interviews when necessary; conduct online research.
  • Able to communicate clearly.
  • Ability to shoot and edit video in sequences and still photos that help tell the story for on-air and on-line.
  • Knowledge of lighting and use of natural sound.
  • Must possess the ability to shoot and edit on non-linear equipment, and to adapt to new technology.
  • Generate story ideas; identify potential stories; create and coordinate interviews.
  • Ability to operate news-related software is preferred.
  • Must be able to work well under pressure with limited supervision and daily deadlines.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail is required.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.
  • Understanding of and ability to follow and enforce the journalistic code of ethic.
  • Must be capable of working well with others in challenging work environments to produce the best product for the viewer.
  • Working knowledge of ENG trucks preferred.
  • Must be able to operate station vehicles as the need and situation dictate.
  • Basic knowledge of web posting software/CMS.
  • Basic knowledge of social media.
  • Must be capable of utilizing 3-point lighting or capable of learning the process.
  • Prefer NPPA style photographer.
  • Must be able to walk for extended periods while carrying equipment, carrying up to 75 pounds

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1256 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-25

KTUU-TV Digital Content Writer Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
This position is responsible for managing the daily editorial operations of all web sites. The successful candidate will work with the news director, producers, and reporters to increase and enhance daily web site content, highlighting what’s most important and interesting. They will work on special projects and generate content specifically for web and mobile, as well as manage sound media presence. A degree in Journalism or a related field is required, as is two years of news publication/copy editing experience. The position offers excellent earnings potential, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health and dental and company 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Effectively determine placement of stories to ensure visibility for crucial reports.
  • Responsible for gathering, writing, reporting, and managing the process of delivering local news and features in multi-media form to the web sites in a timely manner.
  • Proofread web content.
  • Responsible for writing clearly, concisely and conversationally for web.
  • Handle general site maintenance.
  • Constantly strive to produce content to enhance stories reported on regularly scheduled newscasts and daily web site.
  • Maintain working knowledge of current events and community issues.
  • Provide web training to news staffs, and strive to constantly improve web site products.
  • Manage and develop mobile platforms, such as the iPhone app and Blackberry news pages.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Familiar with SEO & social media best practices.
  • HTML and Flash training.
  • Knowledge of coding for web pages and apps.
  • Able to use content management systems and other systems to produce web, app, and social media content.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to write clearly and accurately for web.
  • Able to be creative and create compelling content.
  • Strong proofreading skills.
  • Must represent station with professionalism and integrity.
  • Able to manage and mentor news staff.
  • Must possess an intimate knowledge of news operations and journalism.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, yet committed to team environment.
  • Must maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours and possess ability to work well with co-workers.
  • Ability to guide others to get the outcome needed.
  • Strong news judgment.
  • Ability to handle and adjust accordingly to last-minute changes. •Strong initiative and attention to detail is required.
  • Ability to keep up with national and local news/weather.
  • Understanding of and ability to follow and enforce journalistic code of ethics.
  • Basic knowledge of CSS.
  • Able to edit video and audio on industry standard equipment.
  • Must hold a valid driver`s license and be insurable.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.com/careers/career-opportunities/ and search Requisition Number KTUU1033 to learn more about the positions and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-21

KFAT-FM Program Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
92-9 KFAT - Alaska`s Hottest Hits is seeking its next Program Director. KFAT is highly active station on the promotion front and is one of the Anchorage`s most listen-to 18-34 Adult radio stations. KFAT is part of the privately owned Ohana Media Group, LLC and its six station Anchorage cluster. OMG offers a solid benefits program including health, vision and dental, a 401k program and profit sharing. Anchorage & the Mat-Su Valley (Wasilla-Palmer-Houston) is a growing market with nearly 400,000 persons and is a very competitive market with over 35 radio stations plus 8 television stations plus one daily and one weekly newspaper. Alaska offers a tremendous outdoor lifestyle complete with fishing, hunting, hiking, skiing and so much more.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:
The ideal candidate will have prior programming experience, a firm understanding the CHR/Rhythmic format, social & digital media, the ability to light up the world on the air and have a desire to live in one of the most beautiful outdoor playgrounds in the world - Alaska.

HOW TO APPLY:
Are you up for the challenge? Send your materials including resume, references, programming and promotion philosophy and on-air sample to Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, Ohana Media Group, LLC, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501 or e-mail your materials to tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com. Please put "KFAT PD" in the subject line. Ohana Media Group, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-07

Account Executive KMXS/KWHL-FM & KFQD-AM

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Job Title Account Executive - KMXS-FM KWHL-FM KFQD-AM. Reports to Sales Manager, Kim Shuck. Anchorage Media Group is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or the presence of a disability, which would not prevent the performance of essential job duties with, or without reasonable accommodation or any other protective status. JOB DESCRIPTION: This position is full time, and would be eligible for benefits to include medical, dental, 401k, Life Insurance, STD and PTO. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job management reserves the right to revise the job to require that other or different tasks be performed when the circumstances change. (Emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). Pay range: guarantee - commission. Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful sales candidate will be responsible for developing and servicing new business's as well as handling established accounts Mix 103.1, K-Whale 106.5 and Newstalk 750 KFQD-AM.

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates must have a minimum of one year of sales experience, preferably outside sales. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid drivers license. This candidate must possess the will to WIN! This could be just what you are looking for! We offer accredited sales training.

HOW TO APPLY:
Must have valid drivers license, vehicle, and state required vehicle insurance. Must be 21 or over. Must pass a drug test before job offer. How to Apply: Contact Kim Shuck at kim.shuck@morris.com or fill out an application at 301 Arctic Slope Ave Anchorage, AK 99518. Morris Communications is an EOE, Minorities are encouraged to apply.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-03

KTUU-TV Morning Show Producer

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, a nationally award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a Morning Show Producer. The Morning Show Producer is responsible for producing informative, creative and compelling newscasts, including: writing scripts, editing copy, ordering graphics to fit stories, coordinating live shots with directors, production staff, reporters & photographers. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Prioritize, organize, and produce newscasts following the station brand and goals.
  • Responsible for writing clearly, concisely and very conversationally.
  • Maintain working knowledge of current events, community issues, and extensive list of local contacts.
  • Come to editorial meetings with enterprise story ideas each day.
  • Accurate video editing with an eye for visual elements and graphics that makes stories understandable to the viewer.
  • Developing original story ideas for daily newscasts.
  • Special emphasis on working with reporters on story treatment, and be able to accurately gather information for news stories under pressure.
  • Acts as a leader in facilitating teamwork of staff members working on your specific newscast.
  • Accurately and calmly handle decision-making process, especially in the control room.
  • Possess excellent communication and organizational abilities, including working with the News Director, Managing Editor and Executive Producer to ensure story accuracy, and to determine the best presentation of reports.
  • Responsible for creating a unique approach to all digital elements for the news department, including: Facebook page, Twitter, website.
  • Copyedit stories on the Web site, while checking newscast scripts.
  • Willing to work flexible hours, including evening, weekends, and holidays as needed.
  • Work well with co-workers, especially the News Director.
  • Create "Anchor moments" in newscasts, do break-outs of stories with reporters.
  • Post additional content (stories, links, video, polls, etc.) to the web and/or Facebook daily.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Ability to write clearly and accurately; great grammar.
  • Must be able to work well under sometimes intense pressure and tight deadlines.
  • Capable of working overnight to produce an energetic morning news broadcast.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision.
  • Excellent interview and conversational writing skills.
  • Ability to maintain professional and ethical conduct at the station and in the community.
  • Ability to maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving in a manner that will work well with co-workers, supervisors and viewers.
  • Ability to keep up with national and local news/weather.
  • Ability to enterprise local hard-news stories.
  • Computer knowledge including newsroom software (ENPS), Microsoft applications and Internet use.
  • Produce newscasts including: stacking, writing scripts, editing copy, ordering graphics to fit stories, making maps, coordinating live shots with directors, production staff, reporters & photographers.
  • Edit video and audio on industry-standard equipment.
We`re seeking someone with 1-3 years of local television experience. A college degree is required, preferably in Journalism or a related field. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving background, is also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1277 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-07-02

Clear Channel-Fairbanks, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Media + Entertainment is accepting resumes for the position of Account Executive in the Fairbanks, AK market. Summary: Account Executives are responsible for prospecting new accounts, creating marketing plans for clients, and maintaining relationships with existing clients. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated, tenacious and competitive with excellent verbal and written communication skills. The position of Account Executive carries the responsibility of developing marketing plans for clients, signing advertising agreements, collecting money from clients, overseeing account lists, developing integrated media opportunities for clients, and maintaining revenue expectations against goals determined by management. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, 401K, paid vacation and sick leave.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following are examples of typical duties. Other duties may be assigned. Report for work prior to 8am, and work until 5pm, or after 5pm and on weekends if needed. Prospect and meet with clients to introduce Clear Channel Media + Entertainment campaigns and integrated media (including website opportunities) campaigns. Write contracts and perform basic math: addition, percentage calculation, subtraction, etc. Write commercial scripts for clients. Create long term marketing plans involving radio and working within fixed budgets. Create professional proposals in PowerPoint and Word. Create excel spreadsheets for clients outlining budgets and monthly spending. Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
High School Degree or higher required; College Degree preferred, and prefers 2 or more years of broadcast experience. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Valid Alaska Driver's License and car insurance are required with a satisfactory driving record. Professional appearance also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Clear Channel M+E is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. We specifically encourage referral of qualified minority and female applicants. Please contact Kim Williams, e-mail: kimwilliams@clearchannel.com, fax: (907) 457-2128 or mail: Clear Channel Radio, 546 9th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701. No phone calls please.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-19

CoastAlaska - Director of Engineering

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The CoastAlaska Director of Engineering is both the engineering manager and hands-on repair and problem solving person for a five-community, seven-station public media organization in southeast Alaska, and a key member of the management team. CoastAlaska stations inlcude: KCAW, Sitka; KFSK, Petersburg; KRBD, Ketchikan; KRNN, Juneau; KSTK, Wrangell; KTOO, Juneau; KXLL, Juneau. Position Supervision: Reports to Executive Director and coordinates with General Managers. Supervise other engineering staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assures that technical facilities are operational and maintained to standard engineering practice and in compliance with all applicable FCC rules and regulations. Such compliance efforts include the maintenance of an established record system. Provide emergency service as required to restore broadcast signals. Maintains origination and transmission equipment including but not limited to analog and digital transmitters and translators, control room and studio equipment and computers. Consults and trains staff on the correct operation of equipment and systems. Provides onsite technical support and support via telephone and IT to station staff regarding computer, broadcast, and production equipment. Oversight of regional technical budget. Provide maintenance and installation of broadcast translators and their infrastructure. Maintain an engineering knowledgebase consisting of records and diagrams pertaining to troubleshooting and modification of station systems. Monitor changing technical needs of stations. Coordinate with station managers to pursue regional standardization and meet local needs. Performs other work as directed.

REQUIREMENTS:
The successful employee will have the following skills: Supervisory – Have experience managing technical staff, communicating effectively, and organizing staff time and resources. Technological Competence and Industry Knowledge – Ability to operate and maintain diverse broadcasting facilities and digital technology systems. Knowledge of regulatory and administrative demands and strong interest and practice in staying current with industry changes. Flexibility – Ability to work in a constantly evolving environment where it is necessary to prioritize competing tasks and determine significance of a particular issue. Collaboration with management team for budgetary and resource judgments. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related technical degree, or exceptional commensurate experience. FCC General Radio Telephone License and/or SBE Certification. Five years’ experience in managing progressively complex broadcast technology environment. Demonstrated ability to manage complex technical projects, personnel and resources. Written and oral communication skills. Management and Supervisory experience. Desired Qualifications: Experience at a multi-station and/or multi-ownership broadcast facilities. Design and installation experience with analog and digital broadcast systems. Project management including personnel, timeline management, and budget administration and review. Thorough understanding of FCC rules and regulations and demonstrated willingness to maintain compliance. Experience in project management, equipment procurement and grant compliance work. Familiarity with public broadcasting. Able to travel bimonthly within and outside of the CoastAlaska region. Capable of lifting a minimum of 50 pounds, and transiting through rough terrain to remote equipment sites.

HOW TO APPLY:
HOW TO APPLY: CoastAlaska is being assisted in this search by Livingston Associates. For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references to Tom Livingston, email tom@livingstonassociates.net. For best consideration apply by April 15, 2013; Open Until Filled. Inquiries are welcome with Livingston Associates at (410) 243-1974. Learn more about CoastAlaska at www.coastalaska.org. CoastAlaska is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-15

KTUU-TV Production Assistant

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a full-time Production Assistant. This position is responsible for operating broadcast production equipment for producing newscasts and other special programming, and is also responsible for camera shots, audio, and technical direction of the newscasts. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Operate studio camera and Chyron as directed by Producer and/or Director during newscasts or other special programming.
  • Responsible for operating the teleprompter, controlling the pace.
  • Use non-linear editing when necessary.
  • Operate audio board during newscasts or other special programming.
  • Operate stationary or robotic cameras as needed.
  • Create on-air graphics.
  • Responsible for the input and recall of all news graphics for daily newscasts and the construction and input of graphic elements for all production in studio, and for mobile services.
  • Communicate instructions to talent and guests during live and live-on-tape productions.
  • Produce daily/weekly promos.
  • Able to perform routine studio and set maintenance, including regularly checking and changing studio lights.
  • Responsible to make sure studio is clean; ensure set and talent look their best.
  • May be required to operate station vehicles as required.
  • Will be required to operate field cameras and lighting equipment as required, while assisting with remote production events.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking someone with 6 months of experience in the field, with previous news operation experience in a live broadcast environment preferred. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required, as is a high school degree/GED. Some collegiate or vocational training is preferred.

  • Basic knowledge of television production.
  • Photoshop and After Effects experience a plus. Must be able to perform routine studio and set maintenance.
  • Responsible for checking and changing studio lights and microphones.
  • Basic knowledge of audio levels.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Must be able to follow written and verbal direction.
  • Excellent listening and communication skills.
  • Working knowledge of studio cameras, Final-Cut Pro, Chyron, and Photoshop.
  • Must be able to handle high-stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Must be able to work with other departments and work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.
  • Must have an energetic attitude and be able to represent the TV station in public in a positive, professional manner.
  • Must be flexible to work other shifts as needed.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Numbers KTUU1300 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-21

KTUU-TV Weekend Director

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a full-time Weekend Director. The position offers a competitive salary, as well as a comprehensive benefit package, including group health and dental, PTO and 401(k).

RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is responsible for directing newscasts and live or taped special programming, as well as working with graphics for newscasts.

  • Must be able to direct and/or technical direct all newscasts as needed by schedule.
  • Operate audio board during broadcasts.
  • Operate the switcher for newscasts.
  • Translate ideas for shots into reality.
  • Responsible for construction of still-store graphics.
  • Coordination of rundowns and vocal direction of studio crew during the news broadcasts.
  • Must be proficient and professional in calling and punching all newscasts.
  • Responsible for editing as needed.
  • Coordinate training and supervision of production staff with immediate supervisor.
  • Produce daily/weekly promos, news updates, and public service announcements when necessary.
  • Assume responsibility for the on-air product, studio and/or remote crew.
  • Proficiently handle and maintain all equipment relating to the operations department and newscasts.
  • Maintain positive and open dialogue with all departments to ensure all newscasts are on the air and run as clean and smoothly as possible.
  • Ensure set and talent look their best.
  • Run teleprompter for assigned newscasts.
  • Operate robotic cameras.
  • Do pre-production for news shows/tapings.
  • Segment recorded shows.
  • Direct other productions and live broadcasts or live-to-tape in studio or on remote location as needed.
  • Must be able to operate station vehicle as needed.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:
We`re seeking someone with 1-3 years of experience directing live newscasts, with multiple live shots, with three or more years experience in broadcasting strongly preferred. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required, as is an Associate`s degree or some collegiate education. A degree is preferred.

  • Working knowledge of studio cameras, Final Cut Pro, Chyron, Photoshop, audio and lighting.
  • Must have a good working knowledge of video switchers, still stores, video editors, and multiple tape and tapeless formats.
  • Must have strong knowledge of television production.
  • Able to direct and call commands/instructions during newscasts.
  • Knowledge of non-linear editing software.
  • Must be able to follow written and verbal direction.
  • Experience with Photoshop, After Affects, Xpression all a plus.
  • Assist in turning in microwave and satellite-based live shots.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, as well as broadcast experience.
  • Flexible to work other shifts.
  • Able to handle high stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Able to work with other departments and work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1297 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-07-10

KDLG-AM Host/Reporter, Temporary

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Public radio station KDLG has an opening for a Summer Host/Reporter. Radio station KDLG lies in the heart of beautiful Bristol Bay, the sockeye salmon capital of the world. KDLG is owned by the Dillingham City School District and serves southwest Alaska communities. Dillingham is a commercial fishing community with a yearly population of 2,500. It is accessible only by air about 300 miles SW of Anchorage. The town has a population that is fifty percent Alaska Native and is the hub for a number of Native villages in the region. The mountains lakes and rivers in the region make it one of the premier destinations for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts. This is a 3 month job and will start on the 20th of May. Pay is $13.00 – $18.00 an hour with a housing stipend.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duty of the Host/Reporter includes hosting Morning Edition, anchoring newscasts, gather, write and produce news stories. This includes both hard news and features. Must be able to meet daily and weekly deadlines.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, email a resume, two audio samples, letter of interest detailing your news experience and three references to Rob Carpenter at rob@dlgsd.org or mail the preceding to Rob Carpenter, General Manager KDLG Radio, PO Box 670, Dillingham, AK 99576. Deadline for receiving resumes is April 26th, 2013. KDLG is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-26

Ohana Media Group, Programming Asst/On Air

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Ohana Media Group/Anchorage is seeking a talented individual for a unique position with our traditional Country KXLW FM (96-3 The Wolf) and center-right Talk KBYR AM. We’re losing our programming assistant as he leaves Alaska for California and a family business opportunity. Ohana Media Group offers full benefits, paid vacations, moving allowance and an opportunity to live in one of the world’s most beautiful locations. Previous on-air and production experience greatly desired.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
To replace him we`re looking for someone who has a tremendous interest in helping build an AM Talk station working in the areas of producing local talk shows, imaging, programming and getting into the guts of satellite & Scott Studios to help create a smooth running & sounding product. In addition, the person we`re looking for will also be able to handle fill-in live and voice tracked air shifts on our traditional male targeting Country FM.

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
If you`re interested in this position, please send your resume, references and a sample of your air work/production to Tom Oakes, VP/Programming, Ohana Media Group, LLC, 833 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK 99501. E-mail your materials to tom.oakes@ohanamediagroup.com. Ohana Media Group is a privately owned broadcast company and is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-04-28

KTUU-TV Master Control Op, Full-Time, Temporary

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a full-time, temporary Master Control Operator. This position is responsible for switching all logged commercial and program content on KTUU`s broadcast signal(s), monitoring and maintaining the technical quality of that content - as well as the quality of the transmission of that content (in conjunction with the Engineering Department) -recording incoming program and commercial feeds as required, and various other related duties. This will be a long-term, temporary assignment, possible leading to a permanent position. We`re seeking someone with, preferably, a year or more experience in the field. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required, as is a high school degree/GED. Some collegiate or vocational training is preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Switch programs and commercials from video tape, video server, live network, live news and other sources.
  • Sign Program Log.
  • Check program list and make sure all programs (tapes) scheduled for the shift are on the shelf and all the program episode numbers match the list and log.
  • Using timing sheets, calculator and other resources, establish accurate timings for all program and spot content in order to identify all the local break hit times, and keep the on-air product on time.
  • Manually time-out any programs having missing or confusing timing sheets, making corrections or additions to the timing sheet(s), as needed.
  • Maintain an accurate commercial program log, with clear notations regarding any changes or discrepancies.
  • Monitor on-air product.
  • Run commercial breaks and write down on the log all the actual times that the commercials run.
  • Record incoming program feeds.
  • Management of multiple video servers (recording & playback).
  • Digitize commercial or promo spots and programs as needed.
  • Monitor the EAS and perform tests/alerts - including Amber Alerts - as required.
  • Timely communications with other KTUU Departments regarding issues that may arise requiring input, assistance or decisions.
  • Log-in to the MCR utility computer for access to the Discrepancy Report form and NBC Urgent Messaging System and Affiliate Partnership Tool.
  • Maintain an accurate and complete Discrepancy Report Monitor the status of the broadcast transmitter(s).
  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Proficient use of computers, including Microsoft Office and Google.
  • Ability to stay focused while monitoring signal quality and programming accuracy.
  • Able to handle high-stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Must have good problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision; initiative to address issues immediately.
  • Able to work well with others in the department, as well as other departments.
  • Must be flexible to work any shift including, weekend, overnights and holidays.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1327 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-07-25

KTUU-TV News Video Editor

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a full-time News Video Editor. This position is responsible for selecting and editing video for broadcast each day, and communicating with show producers, news reporters and photographers. The Video Editor is also responsible for a large volume of the visual content, both on-air and online.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Edit news video that accurately and fairly represents news stories.
  • Edit video and audio for broadcast, promos, and teases.
  • Edit and ingest news video from network and other sources for broadcast.
  • Demonstrate sound news judgment and ability to tell stories with pictures and natural soul.
  • Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis.
  • Properly maintain editing equipment.
  • Be a visual storyteller, and have the ability to come up with creative ways to explain a story.
  • Communicate with reporters, writers, producers and photographers on video needed for news stories.
  • Edit stories for air on TV and online.
  • Keep track of edited news stories for broadcast.
  • Respond to breaking news or urgent newsroom situations.
  • Participate in story selection process through meetings; attendance at editorial meetings is required.
  • Responsible for ensuring all goals and objectives are being met and training sessions are attended.
  • Demonstrate the drive to grow and learn, as well as offer creativity every day.
  • Ability to work well with co-workers, and in a professional manner.
  • Critique, feedback and training are part of the job.
  • Required to observe all safety regulations in house and when in the field.
  • Manage media storage on News edit systems.
  • Working knowledge of local and state issues and geography is a plus.
  • Follow clothing and appearance guidelines.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Able to edit video for news stories and work directly with producers and reporters.
  • Able to communicate clearly.
  • Ability to edit video, audio and still photos into logical sequence, in order to tell a story on-air and online.
  • Possess the ability to edit on non-linear equipment and to adapt to new technology. Ability to condense large amounts of raw video into short edited stories for newscasts.
  • Able to operate Microsoft Windows software.
  • Ability to operate news-related software (ENPS) is preferred.
  • Must be able to work well under pressure with limited supervision and daily deadlines.
  • Ability to stay current with national and local news/weather.
  • Strong initiative and attention to detail.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.
  • Understanding of and ability to follow and enforce the journalistic code of ethics.
  • Must be capable of working well with others in challenging work environments to produce the best product for the viewer.
  • Must be able to operate station vehicles as the need and situation dictate.
  • Basic knowledge of web-posting software.
  • Basic knowledge of social media. We`re seeking someone with previous news edit experience with Final Cut Pro. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required, as is a high school degree/GED. A Bachelor`s degree in Journalism or a related field is preferred.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1331 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-21

KTUU-TV Full-Time/Temp Master Control Operator

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTUU, an award-winning station in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking a full-time, temporary Master Control Operator. This position is responsible for switching all logged commercial and program content on KTUU`s broadcast signal(s), monitoring and maintaining the technical quality of that content - as well as the quality of the transmission of that content (in conjunction with the Engineering Department) -recording incoming program and commercial feeds as required, and various other related duties. This will be a long-term, temporary assignment, possible leading to a permanent position. We`re seeking someone with, preferably, a year or more experience in the field. A valid driver`s license, with a good driving record, is required, as is a high school degree/GED. Some collegiate or vocational training is preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Switch programs and commercials from video tape, video server, live network, live news and other sources.
  • Sign Program Log.
  • Check program list and make sure all programs (tapes) scheduled for the shift are on the shelf and all the program episode numbers match the list and log.
  • Using timing sheets, calculator and other resources, establish accurate timings for all program and spot content in order to identify all the local break hit times, and keep the on-air product on time.
  • Manually time-out any programs having missing or confusing timing sheets, making corrections or additions to the timing sheet(s), as needed.
  • Maintain an accurate commercial program log, with clear notations regarding any changes or discrepancies.
  • Monitor on-air product.
  • Run commercial breaks and write down on the log all the actual times that the commercials run.
  • Record incoming program feeds.
  • Management of multiple video servers (recording & playback).
  • Digitize commercial or promo spots and programs as needed.
  • Monitor the EAS and perform tests/alerts - including Amber Alerts - as required.
  • Timely communications with other KTUU Departments regarding issues that may arise requiring input, assistance or decisions.
  • Log-in to the MCR utility computer for access to the Discrepancy Report form and NBC Urgent Messaging System and Affiliate Partnership Tool.
  • Maintain an accurate and complete Discrepancy Report Monitor the status of the broadcast transmitter(s).
  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Proficient use of computers, including Microsoft Office and Google.
  • Ability to stay focused while monitoring signal quality and programming accuracy.
  • Able to handle high-stress situations and pressure deadlines.
  • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm
  • Attention to detail.
  • Must have good problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision; initiative to address issues immediately.
  • Able to work well with others in the department, as well as other departments.
  • Must be flexible to work any shift including, weekend, overnights and holidays.
  • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY:
Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number KTUU1327 to learn more about the position and apply. NORTHERN LIGHTS MEDIA, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Offers of employment are contingent upon a pre-employment background check.

DEADLINE: 2013-06-21

KTVF-TV Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
KTVF has an immediate opening for a Sales Account Executive. We’re looking for someone with excellent customer service skills, ability to organize their work day and establish client relationships. Computer skills a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resume to: Sales Manager, 530 7th Avenue, Suite 1, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701, or email to advertising@ktvf11.com. KTVF is an equal opportunity employer.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-26

KAKM-TV Part Time Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Part-time TV Account Executive is responsible for assisting in achieving sponsorship revenue goals through his/her own direct sales and through participation in the implementation of the station’s overall TV sponsorship strategy.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Key Accountabilities:

  • Meet or exceed individual sales goals on a monthly basis.
  • Conduct a minimum of two meetings each week with clients new to Alaska Public Media.
  • Sell in a way that is consistent with Alaska Public Media`s standards, mission and values for representing public media.
  • Build and maintain a positive working relationship between underwriting department and other station departments.
  • Meet all FCC guidelines.
  • Follow station guidelines regarding: Copy approval, Copy and traffic deadlines, Account receivables and collections.
  • Participate in station activities, meetings, events, and pledge drives when possible.
  • Represent the company in a manner that meets with its market image.

REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifications:

  • Commitment to mission and values of Alaska Public Media.
  • Media fundraising experience.
  • Entrepreneurial spirit with solid record of achieving income goals.
  • Ability to take initiative, think strategically and collaborate with others.
  • Personable, outgoing, courteous, and professional demeanor.
  • Excellent written and interpersonal skills.
  • Sense of humor and comfortable with rapid pace of change.
  • Core office management software tools (Microsoft Office or similar, including fundraising software).
  • Bachelor`s degree, or exceptional commensurate experience.
  • Available to work weekend and evening events.

HOW TO APPLY:
How to apply: Electronically - Send your resume, cover letter and letters of reference to hr@alaskapublic.org Paper - Send your resume, cover letter and letters of reference to HR, Alaska Public Media, 3877 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508. Deadline: May 31, 2013 Please refer to APTI1306. Alaska Public Media and KAKM-TV are Equal Employment Opportunity employers.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-22

Clear Channel-Fairbanks, Traffic Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Clear Channel Media + Entertainment is accepting resumes for the full-time position of Traffic Manager in the Fairbanks, AK market. The closing date for applications is May 31, 2013. Additional Information: Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, 401k, paid vacation and sick leave.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Daily data entry of orders into the traffic software system, networks, and programming logs.
  • Daily generation of programming logs, and daily verification of prior day logs through computer software program.
  • 65 WPM Typing.
  • Must be accurate with number keypad on computer.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Data entry experience using a media traffic data entry program suggested, such as Viero or Media Star.
  • Must be able to handle high volume data entry and adhere to strict deadlines.

REQUIREMENTS:
Experience:

  • High School degree or equivalent; college preferred. Requirements:
  • Computer literate with experience in Microsoft Windows and data entry software.

HOW TO APPLY:
Please contact Kim Williams, e-mail: kimwilliams@clearchannel.com, fax: (907) 457-2128 or mail: Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, 546 9th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701. No phone calls please. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity employment to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions. We specifically encourage referral of qualified minority and female applicants. Job posted by an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

DEADLINE: 2013-05-31

Ohana Media Group-Radio, Account Executive

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Business is good for OMG! In fact business is so good that Ohana Media Group is expanding its sales department and we are looking for a talented, bright energetic individual to complement our team of radio marketing experts. Ohana Media Group offers a fun work environment with fabulous benefits. The career you've always wanted could be just a resume away.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for implementing radio and/or internet sales programs designed to maximize sales revenues and achieve revenue goals set forth by the company. Generate revenue by developing market potential through forecasting, lead generation, qualification, and closing sales; recommending new products and services. Initiate sales process by scheduling appointments; making initial presentation; and understanding client requirements and needs. Regularly meets with prospective and current clients to create and maintain sales relationships. Close sales by building rapport with potential clients; explaining product and service capabilities, overcoming objections and preparing contracts. Expand sales on existing clients by introducing new products and services. Recommends new products and services by evaluating current product results and identify needs to be filled. Contribute information to market strategy by monitoring competitive products and reaction from clients. Sells advertising time/internet space (as applicable) and works with advertisers to help market themselves to the stations listeners. Coordinate all aspects of client radio advertising campaign including copy, production, billing, collections, remote broadcasts and event marketing. Develop new business in selected markets and/or geographic locations. Updates job knowledge by participating in education opportunities. Assists with collections and accounts receivable functions as