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Human Resources Generalist

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is seeking a dynamic professional to provide human resources services and consultation to the staff and management of one of the nation’s preeminent public broadcasting media organizations. Under the general direction and supervision of the Director of Finance/Chief Financial Officer, the Human Resources Generalist administers and coordinates recruitment, referral and employment activities, employee relations and classification/compensation efforts, and the development and training of employees and management. The incumbent is also responsible for developing, recommending, establishing, and communicating human resource services, programs, and procedures which recognize and respond to the different needs and concerns of AZPM’s varied and unique departments.

Additional essential duties and responsibilities include the acquisition, management, and compilation of employment recruitment and hiring statistics in support of the annual preparation of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Broadcast Mid-Term Public File Reports and the preparation of those reports.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the University, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional and helpful business image to all. As a trusted media organization that provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics policies, both of which are available for review online at azpm.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develops effective and cost-efficient recruitment strategies and screening for qualified applicants.
  • Develops and maintains relationships with professional organizations and community groups in order to identify potential applicants.
  • Educates applicants and campus community members about AZPM’s and the University’s hiring process through one-on-one meetings and group presentations/job fairs.
  • Ensures that AZPM’s hiring processes comply with University guidelines and policies by providing education to department heads and search committees.
  • Interfaces with departments and department heads and senior management to ensure proper classification of positions and provide salary analysis data to department heads as necessary.
  • Communicates with departments on compensation programs to prepare for the impact on employees such as merit and classification salary adjustment programs.
  • Consults with department heads and senior management in the planning stages of compensation proposals such as career progressions, market and equity salary adjustments, supplemental compensation, etc.
  • Conducts classification reviews to recommend the establishment of new or the revision of existing positions.
  • Consults with department managers and employees regarding employee relations concerns and issues such as management and employee rights and responsibilities and best practices designed to reduce conflict and potential litigation.
  • Consults with department managers and executive management on performance management issues such as performance evaluation.
  • Consults with department managers and executive management on appointed personnel HR issues such as contract non-renewal.
  • Facilitates conflict resolution, conducts mediation, and advises management on the process and requirements of University dispute resolution processes.
  • Arranges to training needs assessments and assists in the design and delivery of employee and management training and development programs; assists with the development of organizational reward and recognition initiatives and assists with the coordination of those initiatives in conformance with established UA policies and procedures.
  • Promotes AZPM’s organizational fitness and vitality by conducting research, analyses and studies to address significant issues and problems related to human resources; recommends or initiates programs, actions or services to resolve problems.
  • Collects and maintains data relating to employee recruitment initiatives to include statistics on candidate diversity, recruitment initiatives (e.g., job fair attendance and public outreach), and candidate recruitment advertising responses.
  • Preparation of annual FCC and EEOC HR Reports and AZPM Public File Reports.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Knowledge of and skill in applying the principles, practices, and procedures of human resources administration in the areas of recruitment and employment, compensation and classification, employee relations, and employee development and training.
  • Knowledge of and skill in interpreting and applying state and federal statutes and applicable rules and regulations related to the management of human resources.
  • Knowledge of statistical methods and concepts and other analytical tools used in human resources processes.
  • Skill in effectively using a variety of communication processes.
  • Skill in facilitating meetings and delivering presentations.
  • Skill in organizing, tracking, and prioritizing assignments and tasks.
  • Knowledge of and skill in supervising one or more direct reports.

Opens: Dec. 3, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: Dec. 10, 2018

Producer/Reporter (Digital/Television/Radio - Social and Community Issues)

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is recruiting for a Producer/Reporter (Digital/Television/Radio – Social and Community Issues) to join its growing team of of producers and reporters who provide content for multiple media platforms. The successful candidate will be an accomplished long form, “mini-documentary” producer/editor with a history of creating compelling visual content for broadcast and digital platforms and an experienced journalist with knowledge of Social and Community related topics, multi-media skills, strong news judgment, excellent interviewing skills, extensive experience in field producing/reporting, and will be naturally inclined to engage via social media.

The primary assignment of this position will be the creation of long-form “mini-documentaries” for Arizona Illustrated, AZPM’s weekly magazine series.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit public media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the University, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional and helpful business image to all. As a trusted media organization that provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics policies, both of which are available for review online at azpm.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Research, develop, write, and produce social and humanities issue related segments for television, digital, and radio platforms.
  • Cultivate sources in the areas of social and humanities issues in Tucson, Arizona, and the Southwest.
  • Research community organizations, publications, personalities, university programs, events, in the interests of story development.
  • Write and present complex issues clearly.
  • Book guests and conduct in-field and in-studio interviews for TV and radio.
  • Write for online, blog, and use Twitter and Facebook on a daily basis.
  • Produce high-quality work that is accurate, fair, balanced, and professional.
  • Adhere to AZPM’s Code of Editorial Ethics and Practices and AZPM’s Editorial Standards.
  • Operate radio field equipment and offline digital video editing systems.
  • Actively participate in creating and maintaining a professional and cooperative working environment.
  • Meet daily deadlines.
  • Participate in station fund raising and other public events.
  • Drive University vehicles as necessary.
  • Transport video equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media, Broadcasting, Journalism, Communications, or a related field.
  • Two years of media experience in producing, editing, writing or reporting with a working knowledge of contemporary broadcast journalism standards and practices.
  • Valid and active Drivers License upon employment.
  • Ability to drive according to the University Fleet Safety Policy.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

Opens: Nov. 20, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: Nov. 30, 2018

Video Editor, Senior

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is seeking a talented, highly experienced digital editor to fill the position of Video Editor, Senior to join its award-winning television production team. The successful candidate must have a high level of experience in non-linear editing and ideally, experience coordinating post-production activities toward the completion of television programs and digital media projects. Additional duties include responsibility for establishing aesthetic quality control protocols for AZPM post production staff.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit public media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the University, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional and helpful business image to all. As a trusted media organization that provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics policies, both of which are available for review online at azpm.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Operates non-linear editing and quality control equipment in the formation of end product and ensures technical and aesthetic quality.
  • Coordinates editing for the formation and post-production of television programs and digital media projects and is responsible for the quality control and technical compliance of the products.
  • Collaborates with producers on production requirements.
  • Performs post-production and audio and video editing in-house and for contract work.
  • Edits to reach final decision on format of television program.
  • Meets with television and digital media producers and staff to create final post-production plans and ensures efficient execution of post-production schedules.
  • Oversees the security, operation, and maintenance of equipment utilized in editing; reports malfunctions in equipment to maintenance engineer.
  • Researches and makes recommendations for equipment and supplies purchase consideration.
  • Works with the Production Manager to determine equipment and personnel requirements for various productions.
  • Trains subordinate editors/videographers.
  • Coordinates the activities of subordinates.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television or related field AND four years of videotape editing, which includes two years of computer videotape editing; OR, eight years of videotape editing experience; OR, any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.

Opens: Nov. 14, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: Nov. 20, 2018

Volunteer Coordinator

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) seeking a Program Coordinator (AZPM Internal Title: Volunteer Coordinator). Under the general supervision of the Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the identification, recruitment, training, scheduling, and maintenance of a computer-literate, community-based volunteer force. The Volunteer Coordinator is also responsible for the management of all related computer databases, for arranging and managing volunteer staffing of AZPM functions and programs including, but not limited to, radio pledge drives, customer support, organizational administration, and special events.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit public media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona. AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the University, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional and helpful business image to all. As a trusted media organization that provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics policies, both of which are available for review at azpm.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Identifies, recruits, trains, and manages a force of community volunteers to staff radio pledge drives, manage computer databases, and provides organizational administrative support and customer service.
  • Serves as backup radio pledge producer as necessary.
  • In consultation and collaboration with managers of on-air fundraising and membership departments, creates and implements policies and procedures to provide direction and support to volunteers involved in pledge drives.
  • Creates computer use policies and procedures to ensure accuracy and timely administrative maintenance and updating of AZPM’s Volunteer Data Bank.
  • In consultation and collaboration with the webmaster, maintains the volunteer portal and online volunteer resources.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Possession of a valid, current driver’s license upon acceptance of employment.
  • Ability to drive according to the University

Opens: Sept. 17, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: Sept. 24, 2018

Broadcast Engineer

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is recruiting to fill an entry-mid level position in its Broadcast Engineering Division. Under the direction and supervision of the Chief Engineer, the Production Engineer will operate air, perform maintenance on digital and analog broadcast production equipment and on satellite receiver systems, provide IT support on broadcast system hardware and software, engineer remote broadcasts, and provide technical support for audio and video streaming platforms.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona Counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the University, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional, and helpful business image to all. As a trusted organization the provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics, both of which are available for review at www.azpm.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform routine and/or emergency electronic maintenance on digital and analog equipment in AZPM’s broadcast studios and on location.
  • Provide IT support on broadcast systems hardware and software.
  • Assist with routine and/or emergency electronic and mechanical maintenance on satellite receiver systems.
  • Provide technical support for audio and video streaming platforms.
  • Engineer remote broadcasts; maintain remote kits and remote equipment.
  • Assist with proper operation, maintenance, and repairs of broadcast microwave STL systems, AM/FM/UHF-TV broadcast transmitters and translators.
  • Continually acquire and develop knowledge and understanding of all AZPM audio and video paths, network structure, and on-air systems (Wheatnet, Audio Vault, PMM automation, etc.), and IT networks.
  • Prepare and maintain various technical records and engineering logs pertaining to broadcast equipment performance and discrepancies according to regulations.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Associate’s degree in Electronics, Broadcasting or related field AND two years of experience in broadcast engineering which includes equipment repair and installation; OR, four years of experience in broadcast engineering which includes equipment repair and installation; OR, any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.

Opens: July 30, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: TBD

Producer/Reporter (Digital/Television/Radio - Science, Environment, Health)

Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is recruiting for a Producer/Reporter (Digital/Television/Radio – Science, Environment, Health) to join its growing team of of producers and reporters who provide content for multiple media platforms. The successful candidate will be an experienced journalist with knowledge of science and science/environment related topics, multi-media skills, strong news judgment, excellent interviewing skills, extensive experience in field producing/reporting, and will be naturally inclined to engage via social media.

AZPM is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit public media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from viewers and listeners, the UA, grant makers, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each AZPM employee is obligated to present a responsive, professional, and helpful business image to all. As a trusted media organization that provides impartial coverage on a variety of topics, all AZPM employees are required to support its Editorial Standards and Code of Ethics policies, both of which are available for review online at AZPM.org.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Research, develop, write, and produce science, technology, environment, and health segments for radio, television, and digital platforms.
  • Cultivate sources in the areas of scientific, technological, environmental, and health research in Tucson and the Southwest.
  • Research scientific journals and peridicals and develop enterprise stories.
  • Write and present complex issues clearly.
  • Book guests and conduct in-field and in-studio interviews for TV and radio.
  • Write for online, blog, and use Twitter and Facebook on a daily basis.
  • Produce high-quality work that is accurate, fair, balanced, and professional.
  • Adhere to AZPM’s Code of Editorial Ethics and Practices and AZPM’s Editorial Standards.
  • Operate radio field equipment and digital video editing systems.
  • Actively participate in creating and maintaining a professional and cooperative working environment.
  • Meet daily deadlines.
  • Participate in station fund raising and other public events.
  • Drive University vehicles as necessary.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Valid and active Drivers License upon employment.
  • Ability to drive according to the University Fleet Safety Policy.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Broadcasting, Journalism, Communications, or a related field.
  • Two years of media experience in producing, editing, writing or reporting with a working knowledge of contemporary broadcast journalism standards and practices.

Opens: July 30, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: TBD

Production Services Manager

Working under the supervision and direction of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Production Services Manager will be responsible for leading the AZPM Production Services Department and AZPM’s Fee-for-Services Client Production Services Division by providing operational planning and logistical support for productions and projects that result in deliverables that are completed on time, on budget, and that meet all applicable technical requirements.

Among the myriad responsibilities of this position, the Production Services Manager will be responsible for providing analysis and assistance in determining production needs for AZPM’s own original productions and client projects, maintaining a production schedule and coordinating and managing the day-to-day resourcing of personnel, equipment, and related production services for on-location and/or studio productions, and hiring freelance crews. The Production Services Manager will also be responsible for renting required equipment when necessary. Additional duties will include, but not be limited to, creating accurate budget estimates and tracking progress for client projects, providing timely and accurate financial reports relating to AZPM Production Services personnel, equipment, facilities and billing for management.

The Production Services Manager will also be responsible for pursuing fee-for-service client production projects to support AZPM’s production revenue objectives.

A self-sufficient and resourceful problem solver, the Production Services Manager will work both independently and with internal and external teams (including freelancers and agencies) across the entire life cycle of television, radio, and digital productions (ideation/conceptualization, project planning, pre-production, production, post-production, and delivery).

Arizona Public Media (AZPM), is an editorially independent, member-supported, non-profit public media organization serving Southern Arizona, and is provided as a community service of the University of Arizona (UA). AZPM utilizes advanced digital transmission technology to deliver three channels of public television, three channels of radio, online, and educational outreach services to audiences in all or portions of eleven Arizona counties. AZPM is committed to being a source of information that promotes thoughtful conversation and community collaboration by bringing people and ideas together.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from the University, viewers, listeners, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each employee is obligated to present a professional and helpful business image to those with whom they come in contact both within and without the organization.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Supervise employees including Videographers, Editors, Directors, Studio Supervisor, and Production Technicians.
  • Identify and pursue fee-for-service client production projects to support AZPM’s production revenue objectives.
  • In consultation with the COO and the Human Resources Representative, make recommendations regarding hiring, performance evaluation, promotion, and termination of employees. These recommendations will be given significant weight and consideration in the decision-making process.
  • Manage the day-to-day radio and television production activities and operations for all AZPM productions, special projects, and client production services of the Production Services Department through the resourcing of personnel, equipment, and related production services for on-location or studio production. Special consideration will be given to project needs, budgets, and compliance with UA and AZPM Human Resources policies and procedures.
  • Develop and utilize project scheduling software, budget templates, and other tools and systems to accurately assign and coordinate personnel and equipment, project results and predict conflicts, track progress against project plans and budget estimates, and report accurate budget data.
  • Consult with the Executive Producer and creative staff to determine the most efficient and creative approach to a production’s design including lighting, equipment, and personnel assignments.
  • Participate in the preparation of AZPM’s annual budget, capital budget preparation, and analysis, and provide long range television and radio production planning.
  • Create and manage project budget estimates that support AZPM and/or client expectations, AZPM pricing practices, and which meet AZPM business affairs reporting requirements and management revenue expectations.
  • Negotiate and manage UA and external production services client relationships and ensure that the express terms and conditions set forth in all MOUs and contracts are observed and complied with by AZPM and third party contractors (freelancers).
  • Negotiate and manage contractor (freelance) relationships.
  • Regularly partner with project/production teams and AZPM’s Business Affairs Department to produce timely and accurate project reporting and participate in audits as needed.
  • Prepare and present monthly project forecasts and portfolio review of variances to executive leadership.
  • Prepare and present quarterly and annual reviews of the roll up projects.
  • Provide information to supervisors about rights and talent payment issues.
  • Ensure that completed programs and deliverables successfully meet AZPM technical specifications and deadlines as well as those of clients, partners, and grantors.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Ability to develop positive and productive relationships with AZPM clients and prospective clients, meet client needs, and exceed client expectations.
  • Working knowledge of all relevant broadcast and digital industry rules and regulations, guidelines, and terminology as they relate to production gear and processes.
  • Knowledge of production, broadcast, and digital media technical standards.
  • Knowledge of supervisory practices and principles.
  • Proficiency in Excel, FarmersWife, Smartsheet, or similar production scheduling and reporting software.
  • Proven project management and budgetary skills.
  • Strong, respectful communicator and problem solver.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to navigate multiple projects in a fast-paced and deadline drive environment.
  • Exceptional detail orientation with specific attention to data accuracy and quality service.
  • Ability to work independently, establish priorities, and manage time effectively.
  • Ability to work for sustained periods of time at a computer work station.
  • Must be available to work flexibly including, but not limited to, weekdays and some evenings and weekends as necessary to support major activities.

Opens: May 21, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: May 31, 2018

Radio/TV Announcer (Multiple Positions and On-Call)

Are you a classical music connoisseur or a news enthusiast? If so, Arizona Public Media (AZPM) is seeking individuals who can host/anchor local network programming and/or introduce and announce CLASSICAL musical recordings for the KUAT/KUAZ radio stations on an “on-call” basis. On-call availability may involve weekday and/or weekend evenings, holidays, and other shifts as scheduled. These are permanent on-call positions with hours not to exceed 19 per week.

AZPM receives a significant amount of support from the University, viewers, listeners, and corporate supporters. Regardless of job capacity, each employee is obligated to present a professional and helpful business image to those with whom they come in contact both within and without the organization.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state retirement plan; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Operates control room equipment and board during broadcasts; delivers live spots and content.
  • Documents discrepancies and maintains required Federal Communications Commission programs and engineering logs on assigned shifts.
  • Cues and starts music and programs while maintaining volume level.
  • Introduces and announces various classical music recordings.
  • Provides announcements to the audience on the programs and matters of interest.
  • Reviews program schedules and obtains recordings from the library for on-air as needed.
  • Responds to calls from the listening audience.
  • Participates in fundraising drives as required.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Auditioning recording required for consideration (please see ‘Special Instructions to Applicant’ section in link).
  • Skill in speaking clearly with a well modulated voice.
  • Excellent working knowledge of classical music including musical history, composition, composers, and performers for classical assignments.
  • At least six months of radio announcing experience.
  • Skill in the pronunciation of foreign languages and technical names, places, and titles.

Opens: Feb. 21, 2018
Ends: Open Until Filled
Review Begins: Feb. 26, 2018

Working at Arizona Public Media

Arizona Public Media is committed to providing excellence in Public Broadcasting to the diverse communities of southern Arizona. Our employees are the single most important resource, making all we achieve possible.

Arizona Public Media values creativity, diversity and sincerity in public service. Arizona Public Media is an AA/ADA/EEO employer. We encourage all those qualified to apply.

In accordance with FCC guidelines (adopted Nov. 7, 2002), Arizona Public Media is required to provide notification of full-time job vacancies to organizations involved in assisting job seekers upon request by such organization. As a public service, Arizona Public Media Human Resources office will provide notification of jobs to interested organizations. To request notification, write:

Arizona Public Media
PO Box 210067
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Links

The University of Arizona's Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Office Web site
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
AZPM Equal Opportunity Report
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