104.9 The Hawk & WEEI 101.5 Sports Radio are currently looking to fill a part time utility position to assist with Traffic and Sales along with Production and Programming elements. Should be familiar with Sports, News, & Talk Format along with Classic Rock. The position is approximately 25 hours each week Monday through Friday, with some flexibility.
Provides support for sales & traffic entries.
Assisting sales with pricing, development, and creation.
Generate orders for traffic & production.
Ability to voice & produce commercials.
Assisting with production and programming elements.
Assist with promotion of stations through on-air creativity & events.
Individual should have:
Strong organizational and computer skills.
Good problem-solving abilities.
Work well in a team environment.
Ability meet deadlines.
Able to work under pressure.
Attention to detail.
Minimum 1-2 years of Radio Experience in the areas of Sales, Traffic, or Programming.
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