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Classical 89 hires qualified, committed, and passionate individuals. Because of our position as a service of Brigham Young University, all of our hiring is done through the BYU's Y Jobs system.
BYU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Because BYU is sponsored by the LDS Church, we require observance of Church Standards and preference is given to LDS applicants.
Application Process
1. Apply through Y Jobs
Applications must be submitted online through Y Jobs Online. All full-time positions are posted through Brigham Young University's Employment Services Staff and Administration Office. Your application will not be officially considered unless it is submitted through the Y Jobs Online System.
2. Ask Questions
Questions should be directed to the Staff and Administrative Employment Office:

Employment Services Staff and Administration
D-70 ASB
Provo, UT 84602
Telephone:801-422-3563
Fax: 801-422-0209
E-mail: staff_employment@byu.edu
Position Listings
The following full-time positions are also posted in Brigham Young University's Employment Services Staff and Administration Office. If your organization would like to receive information regarding job openings at BYU Broadcasting, please contact BYU Broadcasting Human Resources by telephone at 801-422-8450.

Prime Time Radio Associate Producer (part-time)

Listing #1
Applications accepted from: 12/8/2014 - 1/8/2015

Job Description

1. Production work for a daily, live, talk-radio show (Mon-Fri, 3-hour duration - Functions as support under the direction of the lead producer, under whose guidance this person coordinates all pre-production, production, post-production, and other support for this show. Key duties are acquiring content, booking guests, topical research, creative scripting, host prep, record keeping, and assuring quality in all production values from creative to technical. In addition, this producer coordinates any associated deliverables such as the program’s web-presence or marketing plans. 2. Mentoring student employees in production - Teach and direct students in pre-production activities such as creative design, preparing rundowns, scripts, features, and research activities. Create opportunities for students to perform integral functions in radio, with professional supervision Design and create training tools or documentation for greater efficiency in our deployment of student workers ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu.

Job Requirements

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE - Minimum Required: 1-2 years attendance at college or university and two years of work in broadcasting, journalism, or related field * Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in a field related to journalism, broadcast, film, communications, theatre, speech, public presentation or performance, language, writing, editing, production, etc. and five years radio production experience, ideally in live presentation scenarios SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE - Proven production experience (ideally in both studio and remote scenarios). - Broadcast writing ability (achieving a concise, conversational tone). - Experience with creative and presentational elements of producing, as well as knowledge of the technical aspects. - Experience in production studios, control rooms, newsrooms, and with digital media. - Mature journalistic experience is desirable, demonstrating a keen awareness of what’s driving local, national, and international conversations. - Ability to conduct interviews in live context. - Excellent communication skills are essential for internal, external, and on-air communications (exhibiting poise and confidence in dealing with show guests and community leaders). - Must be able to maintain a calm and patient demeanor in a high-pressure radio-production environment. - Demonstrated teaching or mentoring capacity, to guide a team of less experienced employees, particularly student employees. - Additional skills that will define a successful candidate are strong editorial judgment in support of BYU aims and values, as well as solid artistic judgment; creative scriptwriting skills; organizational or project management skills; advanced skills with audio editing software; and a good sense for healthy public relations. ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu.