Online and Other

ONLINE:

— NBC/Universal seeks freelance homepage editors to work in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Miami and San Francisco who will curate the content of10 local Web sites, create stories about national trends and ratings, assure that all postings maintain high editorial standards, continually improve the user experience and engagement on the sites, build relationships with partner sites and contributing editors and display experience using social media tools and platforms; must be able to work early morning, late night and weekend hours and have the desire to work in a creative, demanding and competitive environment. Links to your work and resume to Rachel Rique at rachelrique@nbcuni.com. EOE (5/17)

— NBC-owned WMAQ-TV, Chicago seeks an integrated media director (Job #1159931) with at least three years management experience in a related field who can adapt quickly to new internal tools and systems, can lead occasional special projects, will manage editorial and business strategy, operations and direction for the station Web site and its mobile assets, act as liaison between national Integrated Media and the local leadership team, provide regular updates on business strategies and objectives, present editorial projects and franchises, participate in editorial meetings, act as liaison between television and digital platforms, manage ongoing efforts for transformation of the news model into a multi-platform content center, oversee 15-plus content and marketing partnerships, review business development opportunities for all news platforms, monitor traffic, lead weekly digital team meetings, provide summaries of editorial marketing, business develop and research efforts while participating in creative and execution processes for station initiatives, partnerships and television shows. EOE (4/28)

— WLS-AM/FM, Chicago seeks a Web content producer with 3-5 years experience who will create and maintain the station Web site, including its news and entertainment copy, images, podcasts and videos, requiring frequent updates; must participate in reporting, copy editing, writing of breaking news stories and discover and aggregate news and entertainment stories relevant to audience interest; background in journalism and Web publishing a must, along with time management skills, a desire to deliver the “wow factor” in all aspects of the job and background with Photoshop/other image tools, html, CSS and digital video and audio editing; must have a familiarity with local events. Online work samples, resume and letter stating salary requirements to Jen Peterson, WLS-AM/FM, 190 N. State St., Chicago, IL 60601 or e-mail wlsradiojobs@gmail.com. EOE (5/16)

** Comcast SportsNet/Chicago seeks a night Web content producer (Job #57346063) who will oversee the publishing of breaking news content, collaborate with the newsroom to assure quality production and news accuracy, edit original and aggregated content, produce Web pages, maintain the Web site using its content management system, publish and enhance news articles with related links/photos/social media, build out sections and pages as well as site features to enhance coverage and increase user engagement, write and create polls, execute outward promotion of the Web site via social networking and demonstrate fundamental understanding of html, Dreamweaver and Photoshop; must know AP style, have crisp writing skills and understand current local and national sports events. Apply online at https://careers.teamcomcast.com. EOE (5/23)

— The Sports Media Network (Chcago) seeks an associate Web editor who will take responsibility with the Web site team for maintenance of the site’s home page, assess content from a variety of sources to determine how it fits into daily coverage and programming needs, will build carousel packages and headlines, will select art and will chose audio and video; must understand and appreciate how local stories play in Chicago, be an excellent headline writer, be able to present and tell stories in a tight space, show good judgment in prioritizing and selecting online content from variety of sources; must know or be able to learn html and have good communication skills overall. Apply online at www.workinsports.com/wisquickregapply.asp?referrer=793&idx=50598. EOE (5/23)

— Barrington Broadcast Group (Hoffman Estates, IL) seeks a Web-savvy associate director of content who can help to guide a group of local television Web sites in various locales as they grow the breadth and depth of content offered, as well as grow audience; must have a passion for and understanding of how the Web is transforming the way people consume local news, with a nation of what it could look like in the future; applicants must be intense Web users, be prepared to start as quickly as possible, be able to devise and implement strategies for new content development at the local level, assist content managers in achieving goals, supervise daily presentation of content on the station Web site, assure content on the Web sites meet company quality standards, assure that content is timely and fresh, provide assistance in planning for newsworthy events, strengthen engagement with the local community through Web sites, assist stations during extraordinary breaking news events, use Web analytics data as effective content development and presentation tools, create and update lifestyle content and work to assure an uninterrupted flow of shared content from such third party entities as the AP, World Now, Politico and other content sources. Resume to Richard Harrold, director of content-Interactive, 2500 W. Higgins Rd., Suite 155, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169 or e-mail rharold@barringtontv.com. EOE (5/5)

— WAND-TV, Decatur, IL seeks a Web content producer who is adept at multi-tasking and can service the news, sales, creative services and production departments; strong writing ability a must. Resume to Tai Takahashi, ND, WAND-TV, 904 Southside Dr., Decatur, IL 62521. EOE (5/3)

— WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks an Internet director who will work hands-on with the news department to deliver continuous and compelling content on every available platform, grow content and audience, conceptualize and create new content concepts, explore new technologies, lead and coach others to participate in the station’s new media efforts, can take over and thrive in a deadline-driven breaking news environment with solid news judgment, is a good writer and knows AP style. Resume/online link to Perry Boxx, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail pboxx@wkowtv.com. EOE (5/13)

— WTHR-TV, Indianapolis, IN seeks a digital media/Web coordinator with at least two years experience who has the creative and technical background to help build content pages and client creative work, including mobile marketing efforts; must have an enthusiasm for learning and growth in an ever-changing digital marketplace; skills in flash, html, digital platforms, mobile initiatives and additional new media knowledge preferred. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. (5/2)

** WNDU-FM, South Bend, IN seeks a Web site coordinator who will update station events and contests on the site, create graphics, deliver compelling content, coordinate prizes and do database management; must also work as promotions coordinator and keep track of and maintain the promotions calendar and closet, representing the station to listeners and clients at on-site appearances. Work samples and resume on Photoshop to rob@u93.com. EOE (5/23)

— WISE-TV, Ft. Wayne, IN seeks a part-time Web producer (Job #056) who will be responsible for various facets of Web site production, reporting Web content, managing the site’s content, expanding the number of page views and unique users, moderate civic journalism submissions and report for traditional TV newscasts; work samples, resume and references to Debbie Sand, WISE-TV HR Dept., Box 2121, Ft. Wayne, IN 46801. (5/23)

— WEHT-TV, Evansville, IN seeks an Internet news producer who can write, rewrite, produce and update content on the station Web site, including public interest information and special features. Tape/DVD and resume to Mark Glover, ND, WEHT-TV, Box 25, Evansville, IN 57701 or e-mail mglover@news25.us. EOE (5/2)

** The Des Moines (IA) Register seeks an online entertainment editor with at least three years experience who can oversee its entertainment and feature coverage, including DesMoines.Metromix.com; must be highly organized, make an immediate impact through management experience, be familiar with current trends in online entertainment coverage nationally, knows trends and competition locally, know basic html and Photoshop, be able to shoot and edit video, be comfortable in front of the camera, be able to edit copy and write headlines and know online content management systems. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements ASAP to Dotti Klootwyk by faxing (515) 286-2526 or by e-mailing dklootwy@dmreg.com. (4/23)

— KWWL-TV, Waterloo, IA seeks a multimedia content producer who will produce content for mobile platforms, Facebook and Twitter, leads by example, is not afraid of hard work and can also produce material for use over-the-air. Tape/DVD/online link to Nate Leding, ND, KWWL-TV, 500 E. Fourth St., Waterloo, IA 50703, call (319) 291-1207 or e-mail nleding@kwwl.com. (5/23)

— KMOV-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a mobile Web site producer who will work some weeknights and weekends writing, updating and editing news content, photos and video for all digital platforms, coordinating coverage plans and assuring leadership in breaking news; must find and add links to related stories and Web sites, find and add other content to stories to enhance overall value to site visitors, capture and edit photos and videos for Internet use as well as preparing and uploading, monitor daily news flow, track scheduled news events, serve as a front-line point of contact with staff, keep news/operations administrators updated on daily news events, report as needed and file enterprise stories as time allows. Resume to Bryce Moore, Web mgr., KMOV.com, 1 Memorial Dr., St. Louis, MO 63102 or e-mail (preferred) bmoore@kmov.com. EOE (5/23)

** KCUR-FM, Kansas City, MO seeks a journalist/Webmaster who has good multimedia and social networking skills to serve as Webmaster and “Public Insight Journalism Network” analyst for a new network covering agribusiness. Apply online at www.umkc.edu/hr/career-opportunities. (5/23)

— NGNN.com (Hermann, MO) seeks ambitious reporters who can cover anything from city council, county government and local events to feature stories and are energetic, ready to work hard, excited abut practicing community journalism that is high-quality, can write quickly and clearly, is concise, can develop stories without initiative or direction, has the judgment needed to determine what does or does not make a story, can ready copy or proof to detect and correct errors produce story text and photos/illustrations, verify facts and dates, develop story or content ideas, consider reader and audience interests, confer with management and staff regarding placement, assign topics and events to individual writers for coverage, read and evaluate press releases and other submitted materials, monitor other news-gathering operations, arrange for copyright permissions and read material to determine index articles and arrange them topically. Apply online to editor@ngnn.com. (5/12)

** Openings at the Internet Broadcasting System, St. Paul, MN: Senior content producer with at least two years experience who can work nights and weekends as part of its Cox team, writing, producing and editing news/feature and other content as assigned; will produce video, create slideshows and generate live streams for local station use or for coverage of national news; complete knowledge of AP style a must, along with basic word processing, e-mail and Web browser programs. Apply to the Internet Broadcasting System HR Dept. at jobs@ibsys.com. (5/23)

— WXYZ-TV, Detroit, MI seeks an online content producer (Job #1958) who will work with the news staff to plan, structure, report and write news and information content for Web sites and for other new media platforms, and coordinate news editorial and technical staff to facilitate the migration of content to new media platforms, including video, audio, still photos and graphics; will assist in online coverage of major vents, breaking news and severe weather and will create special sections and site features to enhance coverage and increase user engagement; should be able to shoot, write and edit content, know AP style, understand current events, know basic journalism principles and can produce, manage and showcase online content. Apply online at www.scripps.com/careers/search-jobs. (5/23)

— WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seeks a new media manager who can design and implement key projects for the station’s digital portfolio, is well-versed in digital marketing and user experience design, knows Web site architecture, has demonstrated proficiency in graphic design and Web development software including Creative Suite, along with PHP, MySQL, Ajax, Slackware, Debian-based Linux distributions, Apache and Bash scripting. Online link/work samples, resume and references to the WOOD-TV new media dir., 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 or e-mail careers@woodtv.com. No calls. (5/2)

** WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks an online content producer (Job #1967) with at least one year experience who can produce Web site content to optimize the user experience, enhance news content with outside links/maps/slideshows, coordinate the news editorial and technical staff to facilitate migration of content, assist in online coverage of major news events and breaking news, build out special sections and site features to enhance coverage, assist in the management of user-generated content, convert new media content to broadcast style and work with the news staff to plan, structure, report and write news and information content; must be able to multi-task and meet deadlines, know grammar and spelling, know AP style, be able to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, and have working knowledge of html, Flash, ASP.net, Dreamweaver and Javascript. Apply online at https://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=1967&CurrentPage=1. (5/23)

— Openings at WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH: Freelance Metromix writers with two or more years of experience, preferably both online and print, who can write about what’s hot on the Cleveland nightlife scene and know what 21-34 year olds want. Freelance Metromix photographers with two or more years of experience who can capture unique shots of Cleveland’s best bars, clubs, restaurants, bowling alleys and more as assigned, with pay of $5 per venue. Resume and references to Janet Christopher, WKYC-TV HR Dept., 1333 Lakeside Av., Cleveland, OH 44114, fax (216) 344-3357 or e-mail jchristopher@wkyc.com. No calls. (5/23)

— WEWS-TV, Cincinnati, OH seeks an experienced online content producer (Job #1967) who can work with the news staff to plan and structure news and information content of Web sites and other new media platforms, can report and write, can optimize content for the user, can enhance content with outside links and graphics, can coordinate news editorial and technical staff to facilitation new media platform use of content, can assist in online coverage of events, can build out special sections and site features, can shoot and write content to enhance online coverage, can assist in the management of user-generated content on the sites, can convert new media content to broadcast style and can work with other departments as needed. Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html. (5/13)

— WCMH-TV, Columbus, OH seeks a content presentation manager (Job #CMH-000110) who will be responsible for assuring a high level of quality and consistency in finished digital journalism presentation across all platforms, with an emphasis on the use of graphics, video and sound as well as the overall energy and flow of various programs; will coach anchors and reporters to assure a consistently high level of performance and engagement; should have 3-5 years experience producing live television newscasts, while other TV news experience is helpful. Resume to the WCMH-TV HR Dept., 3165 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43202, e-mail wcmhhr@wcmh.com or apply online at www.mediageneral.com. (5/5)

— Fox-owned WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a Web producer with 2-3 years Web production background who can work closely with staff and manage all production and quality aspects of the station’s Web site; will conceptualize/produce high-profile creative online material and perform duties of online writer/producer specializing in print-style writing, copy editing and editorial gathering; must have solid understanding of standards, design and usability with knowledge of common Web and application architecture and print/broadcast newsroom standards and styles; must know Web editing, interface, design and production skills with the ability to meet stringent deadlines. Online link to Web samples and resume to the WHBQ-TV HR Dir., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111. (5/23)

— WMC-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a Web producer who is a strong writer, has a journalism background, knows AP style, knows html, has strong graphics skills, is self-directing and self-motivating, can work well with a diverse group of people can handle stress well (including shot deadlines) and has good written and verbal communications skills; must also know Photoshop and digital video editing. Resume to Jason Plank, WMC-TV, 1960 Union Av., Memphis, TN 38104 or e-mail jplank@wmctv.com. No calls. (5/5)

** Openings at WRCB-TV, Chattanooga, TN: Director of interactive content who will oversee the station Web site, mobile platforms, social media platforms and data events such as elections and school closings; should be involved in Twitter and Facebook and be ready to protect the station’s number-one position in new media; no snail mail for this job. Multimedia producer who has a strong appetite for news and new media, is an aggressive newshound, can assist in coordinating Web content and crew assignments, and is committed to winning on all platforms; html background and experience at a newspaper or TV newsroom helpful. Apply to Darrell Stalvey, ND, WRCB-TV, 900 Whitehall Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37405 or e-mal dstalvey@wrcbtv.com. (5/23)

— KLRT-TV, Little Rock, AR Web producer/assignment editor (see listing under “television”). (5/14)

— WSOC-TV, Charlotte, NC seeks a Web producer who has the desire, initiative and vision to provide unique and creative content that can drive local page views; must be self-sufficient and have the ability to take complete ownership of the Web site, producing multimedia content, working as a team member, creating, writing and producing any and all areas of the site and producing compelling video stories, both long and short-form; must know Photoshop, non-linear video editing, html, XHTML, videography and video editing using Newscutter. Send DVD or Web link, with resume, to Melinda Holt, WSOC/WAXN-TV, 1901 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28206. No calls. (5/13)

— The Capital Broadcasting Co. New Media Group, Raleigh, NC seeks a sports Web editor who can work with editors, reporters, producers and managers to quickly post information to the Web; must assign, write, edit and publish information to the Web in a variety of methods that will include text, images, video, blog posts and audio, working with both staff and freelancers to assure that stories, photos, video and audio are available in a timely fashion; must develop and maintain a strong relationship with the newsroom to handle breaking e-mail blasts and stay connected to wire, media partners and other sources to identify news suitable for site publication; must know AP style and have the ability to shoot, edit, produce, package and post video and audio. Apply online at www.cbc-raleigh.com. (5/7)

— WNCN-TV, Raleigh, NC seeks a Web executive producer (Job #NCN-000220) with 4-5 years experience, including a substantial amount of managerial background, who will oversee all Web content, panning and coordination of coverage with the executive producer of multimedia content and the AND; must supervise social media, Webcasts, live streams and daily coverage for targeted Web audience using a variety of internal and external resources, managing content for multiple Web channels to assure that they are current, innovative and meet the needs of the community; must coordinate planning for daily and long-term coverage while being decisive in deadline-oriented environments. Resume to the WNCN-TV HR Dept., 1205 Front St., Raleigh, NC 27609, e-mail hr@wncn.com or apply online at www.mediageneral.com. (5/5)

— WCTI-TV, New Bern, NC seeks an Interactive content manager with 2-3 years experience who will manage and create Web-based content for the station Web site and facilitate coordination and cooperation among departments, reporting directly to the ND but working closely with other department heads; must manage and create stories and interactive content from various sources, work with news managers and producers to crate a cohesive working atmosphere, manage the delivery of content using multiple distribution platforms and mentoring staff members on producing interactive content, helping to develop pages for continuing news coverage or specialized content for news and other departments, reproducing content into strong and compelling Web material; should know html, Javascript, Flash and CSS, have a good command of grammar and spelling and know current issues on all levels, working under deadline pressure smoothly. Web links to your work, with resume, to Shane Moreland, ND, WCTI-TV, 225 Glenburnie Dr., New Bern, NC 28560. (5/23)

— WIS-TV, Columbia, SC seeks a news content specialist who will write, edit and post stories on the station Web site, write for newscasts, distribute information via social media, has the ability to work all shifts and can operate various crew positions for all assigned newscasts; experience a plus but not a must. Download an employment application online at http://wistv.com and send with resume to Chris Swope, WIS-TV, Box 367, Columbia, SC 29202. No calls or e-mails. (5/23)

— Openings at WCSC-TV, Charleston, SC: New media content director who will oversee all station new media efforts and content, manage and direct Web producers, produce new media content as needed, has a “do it now” mentality and has good Web and mobile platform showcasing skills. Web producer who is talented, creative, can develop relationships and reliable sources, understands why news needs to be distributed as soon as possible, is self-motivated, is a good communicator, can work extended hours on all shifts and knows basic html; must report, write, select and publish original stories. Resume to Kelly Ennis, WCSC-TV, 2126 Charlie Hall Blvd., Charleston, SC 29414 or e-mail kennis@live5news.com. (5/23)

— AllFreelanceWork.com, and its related sites AllFreelance.com and allFreelanceSearch.com, seek media professionals to write columns and articles. Columnists must be knowledgeable in a field, and write one article every week or two. Writers will have their photos placed on each site along with a paragraph about you and your business. You will be allowed one banner 234 x 60 with each article to be run for thousands of freelancers and employers to see. Articles should regard breaking into the media field as well as how-tos and techniques. Becoming an “expert” in your field is a key way to land gigs, and AllFreelanceWork.com has 28,000 subscribers. Although we don’t pay, the gigs that will likely follow will be well worth it. If interested, contact allfreelance@comcast.net. (Indef.)

JOURNALISM EDUCATION:~

** Columbia College/Chicago seeks a tenure-track faculty member in arts, entertainment and media management whose responsibilities will include teaching, advising students, participating in curriculum development, serving on department and college committees, using active teaching and learning approaches, embedding course concepts in real-world applications and continuing active research/creative endeavor/professional practice/professional development; must have a track record of excellence and innovation in teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level in a related field and have a terminal degree; background in the arts and professional experience in one of the department’s seven concentrations (music business, fashion/retail, visual arts, performing arts, media arts, small business/entrepreneurship and sports management) is preferred; position contingent on funding. Send letter of application, resume/CV, teaching philosophy, sample syllabi and contact information for three references to AEMM531@colum.edu. EOE (5/20)

— Purdue University (W. Lafayette, IN) seeks a digitally fluent and experienced journalist to work as the Department of Communication’s first Professional in Residence. This non-tenurable track job carries the rank of Visiting Professor and will involve teaching a class in digital media and advising the student newspaper, the Exponent. EOE (5/17)

** Openings at the University of Missouri (Columbia, MO) seeks a faculty editor for its laboratory television station, KOMU-TV who has extensive (at least five years) newsroom experience, has a talent for teaching at the university level and can supervise the work of student reporters, anchors, newscast producers and videographers while performing classroom teaching and service to the journalism school and the university. Apply by submitting a resume/CV, video of recent stories or newscasts produced by the candidate, contact information for here references in the field of TV journalism and a letter that explains the candidate’s interest in teaching and in students as well as an analysis of the TV news profession’s transition from solely broadcast to broadcast and digital/internet news platforms to Elizabeth Hardt, staff assistant to the Dean. Assistant/associate professor of multimedia journalism (professional practice – Job #100100) who will teach and coordinate the school’s new sophomore-level required course in the fundamentals of multimedia journalism; must have experience in teaching or curricular design and a background in designing multimedia for journalism and/or strategic communications Web sites; must be familiar with common computer programs used in such endeavors, including Flash, html, Web design programs and audio-video editing programs, as well as still and video photography; send letter of application, resume/CV and references to Elizabeth Hardt, staff assistant to the dean, 120 Neff Hall, Columbia, MO 65211 or e-mail (preferred) hardte@missouri.edu. (5/17)

** William Woods University (Fulton, MO) seeks a non-tenure-track clinical instructor in communication who will be responsible for technical production courses in the communication curriculum that include digital film production, broadcast announcing and reporting, introductory survey, production technology and other special topics courses; must also supervise the campus radio station, assure compliance with FCC rules, supervise the training of student broadcasters, be a tam player, provide technical support to the curriculum and enjoy working in an educational environment; minimum f bachelor’s degree with experience in all aspects of film production and knowledge of broadcasting industry practices. Send letter of application, resume/CV and evidence of professional technical competence to Kathy Groves, HR Dir., 1 University Av., Fulton, MO 65251 or e-mail kathy.groves@williamwoods.edu. EOE (5/20)

— Lincoln University (Jefferson City, MO) seeks a tenure-track assistant professor of (print) journalism (Code #G7-049) who will teach print classes and oversee production of the campus newspaper;; should be capable of teaching News Edit I and II, News Writing and Layout Copy as well as other classes as needed; should have experience instructing print-related areas of page layout and image manipulation, Web pages containing interactive areas, Web-based animation, exporting print-ready files to produce the campus newspaper and directing student efforts to publish the paper. Master’s degree in journalism or related field a must. Apply by obtaining an employment application form online at www.lincolnu.edu, and send with letter of application, resume/CV, official university transcripts and three current letters of references to Lincoln University HR Services, 101 Young Hall, Box 29, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0029. (6/30)

— The University of Akron (OH) seeks a tenure-track assistant/associate professor of communication who can teacher radio-television writing (including continuity writing, advertising copywriting, narrative and non-narrative script writing, video production, introduction to mass media, broadcast sales/management and training for media) and assigned courses, advise students, serve on college and/or university committees, engage in scholarly and/or creative activities, participate in curriculum development and assessment activities, serve on graduate committees, supervise independent study activities, render service to the professional and/or lay communities, and utilize experience drawn from professional work. Send resume/CV, letter of application and three letters of reference to Dr. Sylvia White, search committee, School of Communication, The Universiity of Akron, Akron, OH 44325-1003 or e-mail sylvia@uakron.edu. (4/30)

— The University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH) seeks a visiting professional in electronic media (Job #210UC0305) who is a seasoned media professional who has a passion for teaching; must teach three courses a quarter in a combination of subject areas that could include media aesthetics, media sales, advertising, history of broadcasting, research, journalism, news production and writing; must maintain regular office hours to advise and mentor students. Bachelor’s degree and significant professional media experience, with university-level teaching experience a must, while proficiency in Adobe Create Suite and FinalCut Pro is equally important. Apply online at www.jobsatuc.com. (5/7)

— Belmont University (Nashville, TN) seeks a tenure-track assistant professor of journalism (Job #0500814) who is an outstanding visual storyteller, has strong professional experience, has an innovative approach to teaching, with teaching excellence at the undergraduate level and recent or ongoing professional multimedia involvement; must clearly show an interest in information technology as it relates to news delivery, based on strong journalistic values; courses to be taught include field producing, video and audio collection, non-linear editing, creation of news packages and longer-format storytelling for digital platforms; should be skilled in Final Cut, AfterEffects, Photoshop and Adobe products; resume/CV and letter of application must be submitted online at https://jobs.belmont.edu. (4/26)

— The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga seeks a producer/instructor of broadcast journalism with at least seven years professional broadcast experience, preferably in a news setting, including at least three years of managerial/supervisory newsroom work, who can manage the head-in for programming on local media outlets, manage the operation of technology related to the ancillary equipment, instruct two courses per semester in the Communications Department; must understand current technology and methods to produce programming for a variety of outlets, including instructional and promotional needs, social networks, streaming video and broadcast; should have thorough knowledge of field and studio production techniques such as non-linear editing software that includes FinalCut Pro, FinalCut Studio and FinalCut Express. Send application, letter outlining your abilities, resume, transcript of last degree awarded and contact information for three professional references to the UT-Chattanooga HR office, Dept. 3603, 615 McCallie Av., Chattanooga, TNB 37403, call (423) 425-4221 or email personnel@utc.edu; apply online at www.utc.edu/Administration/HumanResources/Forms/documents/JobApplica. (4/26)

— Openings at the East Tennessee State University Department of Communications (Johnson City, TN): Assistant professor of journalism (Job #0600251) who will lead the Radio-TV-Film concentration in the mass communication major, play a key role in assuring that the curriculum is current and aggressively forward-looking, assure that it enhances a converging curriculum, can contribute to the graduate and undergraduate programs in professional communication, can develop a line of research and/or creative activity appropriate to the discipline, to advise students, to serve on graduate thesis committees, to engage in general service to the department/university/profession and teach existing undergraduate courses while developing new courses at both levels in electronic media and/or digital media. Doctorate or significant industryexperience with a documented record of creative accomplishment in film, radio and/or digital video a must, including directing, news, cinematography and/or editing; teaching experience in film or digital radio/video production or news desired. Apply online at https://jobs.etsu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50711. (4/26)

— Sterling College, Sterling, KS seeks an instructor in its communications department who can teach Mass Media Labs, Media, Self and Society, Media Production I/II, Advanced Media Production, Media Writing, Communication Theory and/or Communication Law and Ethics as well as Principals of Public Relations and Senior Seminar over a two-year period; will advise and mentor student mass media outlets, including online radio, online television and online/print newspapers; will supervise media project/practicum program for seniors; will advise students and recruit prospective students; will envision and promote program expansion and development; and will assist students in facilitating media products to be used in college promotional materials; should have a doctorate, evidence of effective teaching, broadcast journalism and media production experience in such areas as radio and television station operation and management, sports and remote broadcasting, audio and video media production, print and television newsroom production, field production and newsgathering, photojournalismn, event promotion, advertising, marketing and/or general Internet and technical practice; should have working knowledge of Adobe production software programs such as Acrobat, Audition, InDesign, PhotoShop CS, AfterEffects, Final Cut Pro Studio, SAM Broadcast Station, Final Draft AV and Digital Juice Audio; salary and rank determined by credentials and experience. Send letter of application, resume/CV and contact information for three references to the Office of Academic Affairs, Sterling College, 125 W. Cooper, Sterling, KS 67579, fax (620) 278-4412 or e-mail rdodson@sterling.edu. (4/30)

** Arkansas State University (Jonesboro, AR) seeks a temporary assistant professor/instructor of Radio-Television (Job #F00132) who can teach courses in radio/television/digital media, advise students, engage in general service to the department, the college, the university and the profession; teaching and professional background both a must, along with a master’s degree in a relevant field; doctorate or an equivalent terminal degree is a plus. Resume/CV, references and a letter of application to Dr. Mary Pitts, ASU College of Communications, Box 2160, State University, AR 72467 or apply online at https://jobs.astate.edu. (5/22)

OTHER:

** StoryQuest, Chicago seeks multi-language freelance audio producers with at least four years radio journalism or audio documentary experience, ideally with the BBC, NPR or similar organization, who can help to produce multimedia business stories in many languages. Should be fluent in English and one or more of the following languages: Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese, Swedish, Flemish, Spanish, French, Italian or Danish; should be proficient in ProTools, Audacity or similar audio editing software and be willing and excited to apply those skills to corporate communications; will conduct phone interviews in designated languages with corporate executives, editing content into final product with compelling storylines and provide transcripts and other review support materials in English and other languages; must be good at following directions but excited to apply creative storytelling skills to the business world; producer base location unimportant because the work can be carried out remotely, with payment on a per-project basis. Apply by sending resume to jobs@storyquest.us. No calls. EOE (5/22)

— Life Quotes, Inc., Daren, IL seeks a part-time video talent with serious film, video, editing and broadcast journalism experience who will help make a series of short, insurance-oriented videos at a rate of $300 a day for the right candidate who can do both on-camera broadcast and help with editing as a part-time independent contractor; company is elevating a new articles library and wants companion video attached to each one, elevating as many as 1,000 articles and videos over the next 12 months. The company is interested in seeing a day-rate proposal for 10, 20 and 50 days of work, keeping it realistic, fair and inline with current rates. E-mail online links to work samples, with resume, to Michele Matlock at mmatlock@lifequotes.com; questions will be taken at (630) 515-0170. EOE (5/2)

— Openings at WDJT-TV/Weigel Broadcasting Co., Milwaukee, WI: Sales account executive (Job #HR-SAE) responsible for accounts and generating new business at the client and agency levels; experience preferred. Part-time production crew (Job #HR-PC) who will be responsible for floor directing, running camera, running TelePrompTer and running audio for daily newscasts; hours generally 3:30-9:15 .m. on Monday and Tuesday and 3:30 a.m.- 12 noon Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; experience preferred. Send resume to the WDJT-TV HR Dept., 809 S. 60th St., Milwaukee, WI 53214, fax (414) 607-8189 or e-mail ccamps@cbs58.com. EOE (5/12)

— The National Center for Media Engagement, Madison, WI seeks a director of radio engagement with at least seven years public radio experience who will help shape the thinking and engagement efforts of the public radio community nationwide; the center is wholly-funded by CPB and is attached to the University of Wisconsin Extension; must know public radio thoroughly; full details and requirements at http://mediaengage.org/connect/employment; to apply, contact Betsy Nelson, Wisconsin Public Radio, 821 University Av., Madison, WI 53706 or e-mail betsy.nelson@wpr.org. EOE (4/26)

— The Christian Broadcasting Network (Nashville, TN) seeks a videographer who can shoot packages in the field with state-of-the-art video, lighting and audio production techniques and equipment; must know how to do television production in remote locations and have digital experience; basic skills with FinalCut Pro or similar program and ability to travel extensively and work nights and weekends required. Apply online at http://www.cbn.com/employment/application.aspx. (4/25)

— Openings at the BEK Sports Network, Steele, ND: Director/ply-by-play announcer who can produce a high-quality, professional product through exciting and experienced PBP color commentary or other on-air roles and can operate a prime-time channel, crating a high quality professional broadcast; should have advanced knowledge of FinaCut Pro, NewsEdit, Primiere Pro and other Mac-and PC-based editing systems. Live event/production director with 1-3 years experience who will be responsible for all aspects of TV operations, technical standards, reliability of operations of a local origination channel that includes live broadcasts, non-live program production, content duplication and content format translation; must have an interest in and knowledge of sports. Tape/DVD and resume to Jordan Hassler, broadcast supervisor, BEK, Box 230, Steele, ND 58482, call (701) 475-2361 or (888) 475-2361, or fax (701) 475-2100. (5/5)

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