TEMPORARY PART-TIME RADIO PROMOTION ASSISTANTS
Posted on:July 3, 2014
TEMPORARY PART-TIME RADIO PROMOTION ASSISTANTS Entercom San Francisco, CA
Entercom San Francisco (96.5 KOIT, 95.7 The GAME and 98.5/102.1 KFOX) is currently accepting applications for a number of paid promotion assistants. We are looking for the best of the best! All promotion assistants will be available during one semester (Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer). This is a part-time, 15-20 hours per week position and must be flexible.
Candidates will assist the Marketing and Promotion staff with promotions, public relations and special events throughout the Bay Area. Part-time promotion assistant’s duties also include some office and clerical work, as well as participation in contest and event coordination. Each promotion assistant will receive a broad experience in radio promotions and opportunities are available to learn about other departments as well. Each job opening averages approximately 15-20 hours per week and includes days, nights, weekends and holidays, and may be used for college credit.
Position requires the following:
- Must be a currently enrolled college student or have graduated from college within the last six months.
- Must have a valid California Driver's license and a clean driving record and willing to drive company cars around the Bay Area.
- Must have a GPA of C or above.
- Course of study in communications/broadcasting or marketing/public relations is preferred.
- Must have good communication skills - phone and writing.
- Must have excellent office and computer skills.
- Must be familiar with the 96.5 KOIT, 95.7 The GAME and 98.5/102.1 KFOX format.
- Must have flexible hours and be able to work at least 15 hours per week, includes days, nights, weekends and holidays.
- Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
To apply for this position, please go to http://www.entercom.com and click on “Careers”.
Entercom-San Francisco is an equal opportunity employer.
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