Program Manager for Content Development
KALW Public RadioCategory: Radio
Location: San Francisco
Salary: $42,681 - $51,767 annually
Duration of Position: Three-Year Project
KALW is a pioneer non-commercial station which began broadcasting on September 1, 1941, making it the oldest FM signal west of the Mississippi. After more than 70 years on the air, KALW continues to innovate in its service to the San Francisco Bay Area.
After a decade of expanding its production of high-quality programs, KALW is now ready to unify its local public affairs to maximize synergies and efficiencies in production and to allow for coherent outreach to pursue greater philanthropic and community support.
To that end, KALW has created a new position, Program Manager for Content Development. The person in this position will lead the continued development of KALW News, coordinate its operations with Your Call and other public affairs programs, and seek expanded philanthropic support for news and information on KALW.
You can find the official job announcement and complete details on the position by following this link to the EDJOIN job site for KALW’s licensee, the San Francisco Unified School District:
Requirements for the position are on the EDJOIN job site for KALW’s licensee, the San Francisco Unified School District:
How To Apply:
Apply via the EDJOIN job site for KALW’s licensee, the San Francisco Unified School District:
Deadline To Apply: June 22, 2012
Web site: http://www.kalw.org/
Phone: 415-841-4121 x6
Posted: 06/14/2012 - 03:41 p.m.
Modified: 06/14/2012 - 03:58 p.m.
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