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Accounting Manager

Department: Admin Status: Full Time; Exempt End Date: Open Until Filled

Summary

Manages the financial and regulatory compliance of the company by supporting the COO/CFO in areas of accounting, budgeting, auditing, and financial reporting and analysis. Ensures adherence to GAAP and helps establish, maintain and strengthen financial policies and procedures, internal controls and reporting systems.

Duties and Responsibilities

Provides timely and accurate recognition of cash receipts and revenues Manages accounts payable Provides status of financial condition by collecting, interpreting, and reporting financial data Responsible for timely and accurate completion of budget Complies with federal, state, and local financial and legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions Ensures existing accounting policies and procedures are adhered to Provides operational support to the Corporate Support team Skills and Experience

College Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance, CPA preferred Minimum of 5 years of experience in finance & accounting Excellent analytical skills Ability to handle confidential employee information Salary And Benefits

The salary range for this position is $68,000-$73,000. We offer:

Medical, Dental, Vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply

Submit a cover letter and resume to careers@capradio.org. You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Jun Reina, COO/CFO.

Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer. EOE

(12-04-19)

Send materials to: careers@capradio.org

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Senior Editor, News

Department: Content Status: Full Time; Exempt End Date: Open Until Filled

Summary

Capital Public Radio is looking for a full-time Senior News Editor to join its award-winning and fast-growing team. As one of CapRadio's newsroom leaders, the Senior News Editor wears several hats:

helps assign, oversee and edit daily news coverage for broadcast, digital and other platforms edits feature stories and enterprise projects, and works with reporters to develop concepts collaborates on ''big picture'' goals and special projects, such as election coverage and podcasts is an essential player when it comes to team-building and developing reporter skills occasionally gets in the trenches and delivers daily news stories, two-way interviews and features; anchors CapRadio newscasts; and makes appearances on CapRadio ''talk'' programs such as Insight We are looking for an experienced journalist with clear-headed news judgment and several years of editorial experience. Instincts for what distinguishes a ''public radio story'' are essential.

Relationships matter, and the Senior News Editor needs to be someone who supports CapRadio staff via meetings and one-on-one check-ins.

The ideal candidate will have a background working in radio and with audio-editing software. But this is not a requirement: We're focused on building a diverse and inclusive team, so if you're excited about this position but may not meet all of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

A passion for NPR and public-service journalism is a must.

Duties And Responsibilities

assigns and edits daily radio news stories plans, develops and edits feature-length radio stories plans, develops and edits content for digital and other platforms works closely with the Managing Editor on big-picture projects helps oversee CapRadio's partnership with dozens of California public radio stations occasionally delivers daily and feature stories, including two-way interviews, digital content and appearances on CapRadio and NPR ''talk'' programs collaborates and communicates with NPR and other national outlets as needed participates in on-air fundraising and other CapRadio fundraising activities conducts newsroom meetings when the Managing Editor is absent other newsroom duties as assigned Skills And Experience

college degree, preferably in journalism, or equivalent experience several years of newsroom experience, preferably as an editor (radio/audio experience a plus) a passion for public radio news and programming high-level news judgment Salary And Benefits

The salary range for this position is $70,000 to $75,000. We offer:

Medical, dental, vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-term disability and group life insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply

Submit a cover letter, resume and link to three editing samples to careers@capradio.org. You can address your cover letter to Managing Editor Nick Miller.

In addition, please include responses to the following:

Choose a CapRadio audio story from the past six months and explain how it succeeds and where it falls short (less than 150 words) Tell us about one of your favorite radio/podcast programs (less than 150 words) Identify a crucial issue in Northern California and describe how you would assign a reporter to cover it in a unique way (150 words) Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer. EOE

(12-04-19)

Send materials to: careers@capradio.org

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Politics Reporter

Department: Content Status: Full Time; Exempt End Date: Open Until Filled

Summary

Apart from Washington, D.C., the most important place in American policy and politics right now might well be Sacramento. The decisions made by elected officials in this City of Trees affect far more than California's 40 million people.

Capital Public Radio is offering an opportunity to cover the Golden State's government and politics - including its ''Super Tuesday'' presidential primary in March and next year's election - as a full-time Politics Reporter on its award-winning and fast-growing team.

This reporter will be one of CapRadio's lead journalists covering the state Capitol, including the governor's office, lawmakers and the legislative session.

The position requires a nimble journalist who is adept at cultivating sources and identifying what matters in a quick-moving political environment.

Good news judgment and instincts for what makes a ''public radio story'' - including how CapRadio can distinguish its political reporting from other California outlets - is essential.

We are looking for a journalist who is patient, listens and collaborates on projects.

We're focused on building diverse and inclusive team. Even if you may not meet all of the qualifications, but are excited about this position, we encourage you to apply.

Duties and Responsibilities

Delivers daily spot radio news stories Produces feature length audio and digital stories Writes and creates daily and special content for digital Files radio stories for a statewide audience via CapRadio's partnership network with dozens of California public radio stations Appears on CapRadio and NPR talk shows Files spot stories, features and digital articles for NPR and other national outlets Participates in on-air fundraising and other CapRadio fundraising activities Skills and Experience

College degree, preferably in journalism, or equivalent experience Strong news judgment Newsroom experience, preferably two years. Background in public radio or working with audio-editing software preferred A passion for public radio news and programming. Salary And Benefits

The salary range for this position is $60,000 to $65,000. We offer:

Medical, Dental, Vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply

Submit a cover letter, resume and link to three work samples to careers@capradio.org. You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Nick Miller, Senior Editor of News and Features.

In addition, please include responses to the following:

Choose a CapRadio politics audio story from the past six months and explain how it succeeds and where it falls short (less than 150 words) Tell us about one of your favorite radio/podcast programs (less than 150 words) Identify an issue at the state Capitol and describe how you would report on it in a unique way (150 words) Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer. EOE

(12-04-19)

Send materials to: careers@capradio.org

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Account Executive

JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Account Executive JOB # 11-0085

Full-Time, Exempt Position Posting Date: 11/01/2019

Position Description: AGM California, Inc. - San Luis Obispo Office - is seeking an account executive to sell advertising for our radio cluster. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Developing new clients, making sales presentations and collects account balances from clients. Writing proposals, contracts and copy. Participating with and/or developing on-going promotions. Participate/Sell creative digital ads in addition to regular radio sales. Providing follow up and service to accounts to ensure customer satisfaction. Representing the company at community events and attending live remote broadcasts and functions. Interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Maintaining a professional demeanor and appearance.

Selection Criteria: Two years or more of successful experience working in sales, marketing or with the public. Experience interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Outstanding communication and telephone skills. Basic math skills required. Outgoing and motivated personality. Employment history that indicates stability and dependability. Strong follow through and organizational skills. Math skills and ability to pay close attention to detail. Skills to make cold calls, create interest, handle rejection and to seek out client development opportunities. Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus. Professional demeanor and appearance.

Condition of Employment: Must provide reliable transportation. Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Driver's License and proof of insurance. Must be able to work a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends. Submit resume to: agmslojobs@gmail.com Must reference Job #11-0085 AGM California, Inc. is an EOE

(11-01-19)

Send materials to: agmslojobs@gmail.com

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News Reporter

Summary

Capital Public Radio is looking for a full-time News Reporter to join its award-winning and fast-growing team.

The News Reporter plays a crucial role in covering the most important stories of the day. The position requires swift action in the face of breaking news, but also seasoned news judgment and instincts for what makes a ''public radio story.''

We're looking for a reporter with at least two years of newsroom experience. The ideal candidate will have a background working in radio or with audio-editing software, and a passion for NPR and public-service journalism. But we also welcome talented, experienced journalists from all platforms to apply.

The reporter's main duty will be covering the day's most important stories around the region. On a ''slow news day,'' the News Reporter will be expected to deliver ''enterprise'' stories that are relevant to the community and our audience. This includes long-form feature reporting as assigned.

Strong news-writing skills for multiple platforms (radio, on-demand, digital) are essential.

We're focused on building diverse and inclusive team, so if you're excited about this position but may not meet all of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

Duties and Responsibilities

Delivers daily spot radio news stories. Produces feature-length stories as assigned Writes and creates content for online and digital Files radio stories for a statewide audience via CapRadio's partnership network with dozens of California public radio stations Appears on CapRadio and NPR talk shows as assigned Proactively files spot stories for NPR and other national outlets Meets regularly with senior and managing editors to plan coverage and set goals Participates in on-air fundraising and other CapRadio fundraising activities Skills and Experience

College degree, preferably in journalism, or equivalent experience Radio/audio experience preferred, but not required. A passion for public radio news and programming. Seasoned news judgment Audio editing experience using software such as Adobe or Pro Tools Salary And Benefits

The salary range for this position is $59,000 to $61,500. We offer:

Medical, Dental, Vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance Paid holidays Flexible Vacation Retirement plan with employer matching Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care Apply

Submit a cover letter, resume and link to three work samples to careers@capradio.org.

You can address your cover letter to the hiring manager for this position, Nick Miller, Senior Editor of News and Features.

In addition, please include responses to the following:

Choose a CapRadio audio story from the past six months and explain how it succeeds and where it falls short (less than 150 words) Tell us about one of your favorite radio/podcast programs (less than 150 words) Identify an issue in the Sacramento region and describe how you would report on it in a unique way (150 words)

Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer. EOE

(10-31-19)

Send materials to: careers@capradio.org

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Account Executive

AGM California Inc, Santa Maria Office is seeking an account executive to sell advertising for our radio cluster. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Developing new clients, making sales presentations and collects account balances from clients. Writing proposals, contracts and copy. Participating with and/or developing on-going promotions. Participate/Sell creative digital ads in addition to regular radio sales. Providing follow up and service to accounts to ensure customer satisfaction. Representing the company at community events and attending live remote broadcasts and functions. Interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Maintaining a professional demeanor and appearance. Selection Criteria: Two years or more of successful experience working in sales, marketing or with the public. Experience interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Outstanding communication and telephone skills. Basic math skills required. Outgoing and motivated personality. Employment history that indicates stability and dependability. Strong follow through and organizational skills. Math skills and ability to pay close attention to detail. Skills to make cold calls, create interest, handle rejection and to seek out client development opportunities. Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus. Professional demeanor and appearance. Condition of Employment: Must provide reliable transportation. Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Driver's License and proof of insurance. Must be able to work a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends. Submit resume to: agmsmjobs@gmail.com or 2325 Skyway Dr. Suite J  Santa Maria, CA 93455 and reference job #60-0086. AGM California, Inc. is an EOE

(10-31-19)

Send materials to: agmsmjobs@gmail.com

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Account Executive

Full-Time, Exempt Position Posting Date: 11/01/2019

Position Description: AGM California, Inc. - Bakersfield Location is seeking an account executive to sell advertising for our radio cluster.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Developing new clients, making sales presentations and collects account balances from clients. Writing proposals, contracts and copy. Participating with and/or developing on-going promotions. Providing follow up and service to accounts to ensure customer satisfaction. Representing the company at community events and attending live remote broadcasts and functions. Interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Maintaining a professional demeanor and appearance.

Selection Criteria: Two years or more of successful experience working in sales, marketing or with the public. Experience interacting positively with the public, co-workers, supervisors and managers. Outstanding communication and telephone skills. Basic math skills required. Outgoing and motivated personality. Employment history that indicates stability and dependability. Strong follow through and organizational skills. Math skills and ability to pay close attention to detail. Skills to make cold calls, create interest, handle rejection and to seek out client development opportunities. Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus. Professional demeanor and appearance.

Condition of Employment: Must sign a Confidentiality Agreement. Must provide reliable transportation. Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Drivers License and proof of insurance. Must be able to work a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends. Submit resume to: bakaejobs@gmail.com or mail your materials to American General Media PO Box 2700, Bakersfield, CA 93303 Must reference Job #10-0199 AGM California, Inc. is an EOE

(10-30-19)

Send materials to: craymond@agmgroup.biz

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Sales Support

Job Id:77765

Job Summary: Provides support in sales administration, generates sales-related reports , and acts as an extension of the sales team.

Responsibilities

  • Provides administrative and/or process support for contract administration, customer service, and order history.
  • Acts as an extension of the sales team by assisting with product pricing, sales development, sales material creation, marketing communications, sponsorship proposals & recaps.
  • Generates contract confirmations, reports related to sales activities & revenue data, pool reports, unapproved credits, etc.
  • Responds to client requests, e.g., spot times.
  • Records and forwards checks, handles contracts for Account Executives, prepares presentations, types & proofreads correspondence, files and makes copies, relieves receptionist. Qualifications
    • Manages time; focuses on urgent and important tasks; avoids procrastination; follows up; shows strong attention to detail; meets deadlines
    • Adapts to shifts in priorities and urgencies
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; familiar with Viero and Sales Force or demonstrates ability to learn new systems quickly
    • Assumes responsibility & accountability for assignments and tasks
    • Actively listens; clearly and effectively conveys information; uses professional telephone skills; demonstrates effective business writing skills; shows excellent grasp of grammar
    • Exhibits good interpersonal skills; collaborates with others; maintains composure when faced with difficult situations and personalities
    • Demonstrates competitive spirit; shows desire to ''move up'' Work Experience
    • 1-3 years' experience in radio role Education
    • 4-year college degree Certifications
    Apply online at www.iheartmediacareers.com

    Location Riverside, CA: 2030 Iowa Avenue, Suite A, 92507

    Position Type Regular

    The Company is an equal opportunity employer and will not tolerate discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification or status.

    EOE

    (10-24-19)

  • Visit Website: www.iheartmediacareers.com
    iHeartMedia Inc.
    2030 Iowa Ave #100
    Riverside, CA 92507

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