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Production Director/Afternoons

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AFTERNOON DRIVE HOST/Production Director - If you have a passion for service and ministry, and you possess non-stop creativity, we are looking for YOU. 88.3 WAFJ is a heritage Contemporary Christian radio station serving the Augusta, Georgia area. We have a rare opening for an afternoon drive/production director and we want to build these key roles with a broadcasting PRO!

The person we're looking for must have a proven track record of winning and a passion to engage and connect with 25-49 year old females. You must be driven to connect content while having a lot of fun!! You'll be asked to help us maximize our social/new media platforms so Digital skills and Social Media knowledge are a MUST. Strong production leadership and high level performance mastery with production tools such as Audition is essential. You'll be asked to write, produce, and coach talent as well as work tirelessly to image our radio stations to make us POP off the dial! We're only looking for those broadcasting pros that can contribute and bring new and FRESH ideas to our brand daily. WAFJ wants to continue to blaze new trails for our Ministry and we would love to have you join us in our mission.

Is this YOU? Let's talk. Bring your passion for changing people's lives to 88.3 WAFJ in Augusta, Georgia. (Oh, and bring your golf clubs too. We love to have fun here!!)

Send your demo, production samples, resume' and compensation history to: Afternoons@wafj.com. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. EOE.

(01-03-20)

Send materials to: afternoons@wafj.com

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