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Traffic/Programming Coordinator

JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Traffic/Programming Coordinator JOB # 11-0084

Full-Time, Non-Exempt Position Posting Date: 10/01/2019

Position Description: AGM California, Inc. - San Luis Obispo Office - is currently seeking a Traffic/Programming Coordinator for our cluster of radio stations. Ideal candidate is an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, high energy office who possesses an acute attention to detail paired with a high rate of accuracy. An individual with experience or background in radio and voice tracking. Heavy departmental interaction. Detail and accuracy are essential. High confidentiality. Computer and organizational skills required.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Inputting sales contracts, logs, billing and scheduling; voice tracking; producing end of month reports; creating digital graphics; assisting business manager in needed areas; etc

Selection Criteria: Must have two or more years of experience in traffic and/or accounting; Must have excellent organizational skills, be detail orientated, a team player, strong time management and the ability to prioritize. Two or more years in voice-tracking required. Prior Marketron experience a plus!

Submit resume to: agmslojobs@gmail.com Must reference Job #11-0084 AGM California, Inc. is an EOE No Calls Please.

(10-02-19)

Send materials to: craymond@agmgroup.biz

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