Huntsville Public Radio

Posted Sunday, September 25, 2016 by WLRH News

WLRH is seeking a part-time Promotions/Membership Specialist (20 hours per week) for our public radio station in Huntsville, AL.  The Promotions/Membership Specialist will work collaboratively with WLRH staff members to design and execute promotional plans for on-air programming, station events, fund raising activities, social media and other outreach efforts and also support underwriting and membership activities.  NOTE:  This is not an on-air position. 

Qualified candidates should have any combination of training and experience equivalent to: Graduation from a four year college or university with major course work in public relations, communications, advertising or other related fields, experience in promotions and/or fund-raising, knowledge of computer operations including Microsoft Office, email and social media, knowledge of WLRH’s programming, listening audience and service area, excellent organizational & communication skills (oral & written), Graphic design skills are a major plus.

To apply, email a cover letter, resume, 3 professional references and 3 work samples to or by mail to WLRH / UAH Campus, John Wright Drive. Huntsville AL 35899 by Friday, September 30, 2016.  NO PHONE CALLS/FAXES.  PLEASE DO NOT DROP OFF YOUR APPLICATION INFORMATION/RESUME AT THE STATION. This is an APT Foundation position.  APT is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. 

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