from our Puget Sound Radio Job Opportunities section, The River in Kamloops are looking for a PD/On air morning co-host….
PD & Morning Show Co-Host – Kamloops
Kamloops, British Columbia
Program Director / Morning Co-Host
NL Broadcasting in Kamloops is looking for a radio broadcast professional who will take on an extraordinary leadership opportunity.
We’re searching for the 97-5 The River’s next Program Director, who will also co-host the morning show with the talented Heather Adams.
The successful applicant must have past P.D. or A.P.D. and on-air experience, and provide skills and leadership in coaching air talent, social media, promotions, and websites. Some experience with graphic design would be a plus.
If you think you have the skills to take your career to the next level, send us your information:
A complete resume of your broadcast career.
An MP3 of a recent show. No “Best Ofs”. A scoped air check of one show is preferred.
The names and contact information for a minimum of 3 personal references.
Details of any past programming experience, including an outline of your responsibilities, and the name of your immediate supervisor at the time.
If you have no past programming experience, tell us why you think you’re ready to take on this challenge.
Send application information to:
Vice-President & General Manager,
NL Broadcasting Ltd.,
Deadline for applications is Friday, January 15th, 2016.
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted regarding interviews.
NL Broadcasting Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer.
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Thanks to Gord Lansdel of Okanagan Broadcasters with the news the above position came open because Jeff Molnar is heading to Winnipeg for his new gig.
The River CKRV-FM 97.5 Kamloops PD and morning host Jeff Molnar leaves the station to join QX104 CFQX-FM 104.1Winnipeg, where he will slot into p.m. drive in mid-January. He joined The River in February this year after spending over ten years at Rogers Radio stations in Chilliwack.