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The WOLF Stipend SA- Assistant Program Director

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Position Information

Classification Title Special Assignment - Student Assistant
Job Code/BCAT SA - MISC
Position Type Student
Department Wolf Internet Radio
Position Title The WOLF Stipend SA- Assistant Program Director
Position Number
Budget Position Number 749
Pay Scale TBD
Nature of Work

• Organize Music 1 including music, daily formats.
• Train students on VT and board training for LIVE DJ shifts.
• Schedule Board Operators and producers and ensure that all shifts are covered;
• Programs Daily DJ shifts
• Suspends, and/or discharges disc jockeys, as appropriate and in consultation with the Program Director and Operations Manager.
• Maintains current disc jockey application forms, contracts, and training check lists;
• Arranges for the training of all new DJ’s;
• Listen and approve all new stagers, promos, liners, openers, legal ID’s, and other station on-air imaging;
• Keeps a current list of disc jockeys with contact numbers and e-mail address in the booth and office;
• Assigns DJ ‘s to remotes
• Organize Disc Jockey meetings (monthly)

• Direct setup of remote facilities and install or cancel programs at remote stations.
• Equipment maintenance
• Ensuring equipment is checked out and returned
• Ensure all equipment is functioning properly and taking action when it is not.
• Developing and managing an equipment sign-out sheet
• Responsible for assigning equipment to event
• Helping with load-in
• Providing live social coverage during the event
• Work with Promotions Director to do remote site visit if necessary

Required Qualifications

All students must have completed all of Core Area F and one or more of the following courses: In house WIT Training Course, COMM 3351-Radio Program Production, COMM-3352 Fundamentals of Television Production, COMM-3353 Fundamentals of Film & Video Production, COMM 4421-Radio Practicum, and COMM-3354 Digital Social Media & Society. Student must have a 2.0 GPA.

Preferred Qualifications

Skills with Adobe Audition.

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions

Must be able to lift 75 pounds.

Does this position require any special certification/ license? If yes, please specify.
Notice to Applicants

If you have not completed all of Core Area F and one or more of the following courses: In house WIT Training Course, COMM 3351-Radio Program Production, COMM-3352 Fundamentals of Television Production, COMM-3353 Fundamentals of Film & Video Production, COMM 4421-Radio Practicum, and COMM-3354 Digital Social Media & Society with cumulative 2.0 GPA, then please do not apply.

Position Status Temporary - Part-Time
Position Notes

Special Assignment positions may include students that work outside a department’s normal operating hours, require extensive training, responsible for the safety and care of other students and/or deemed a one-time project.

Prior approval must be acquired from Student Employment to have a position classified as a Special Assignment.
Required Qualifications

Must be a current University of West Georgia student enrolled for six credit hours and maintaining at least a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average unless otherwise noted/indicated by the hiring department.

Number of Hires Requested for Position Title 1
Funding Source 13000-9557500-15900-11000

Posting Detail Information

Posting Number ST01025
Posting Date 12/05/2017
Closing Date 04/30/2018
Open Until Filled No
Special Instructions to Applicant

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Percentage Of Total Time 48
Responsibility / Duty

• Organize Music 1 including music, daily formats.
• Train students on VT and board training for LIVE DJ shifts.
• Schedule Board Operators and producers and ensure that all shifts are covered;
• Programs Daily DJ shifts
• Suspends, and/or discharges disc jockeys, as appropriate and in consultation with the Program Director and Operations Manager.
• Maintains current disc jockey application forms, contracts, and training check lists;
• Arranges for the training of all new DJ’s;
• Listen and approve all new stagers, promos, liners, openers, legal ID’s, and other station on-air imaging;
• Keeps a current list of disc jockeys with contact numbers and e-mail address in the booth and office;
• Assigns DJ ‘s to remotes
• Organize Disc Jockey meetings (monthly)

Percentage Of Total Time 2%
Responsibility / Duty

Compliance training and professional development.

Percentage Of Total Time 20%
Responsibility / Duty

• Direct setup of remote facilities and install or cancel programs at remote stations.
• Equipment maintenance
• Ensuring equipment is checked out and returned
• Ensure all equipment is functioning properly and taking action when it is not.
• Developing and managing an equipment sign-out sheet
• Responsible for assigning equipment to event
• Helping with load-in
• Providing live social coverage during the event
• Work with Promotions Director to do remote site visit if necessary

Percentage Of Total Time 20%
Responsibility / Duty

• Attend any staff leadership & job skill enhancement training
• Attend staff & DJ meetings and perform functions as deemed appropriate by Operations

Percentage Of Total Time 10%
Responsibility / Duty

• Assists with any other tasks designated by GM, OM, Program Director or Sports Director

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Are you admitted to the University of West Georgia and enrolled for at least 6 credit hours?
    • YES
    • NO
  2. * Do you have a cumulative grade-point average of at least 2.0 in all college course work attempted? (First semester freshmen and first semester graduate students should select yes).
    • YES
    • NO
  3. * Have you completed all of Core Area F and one or more of the following courses: In house WIT Training Course, COMM 3351-Radio Program Production, COMM-3352 Fundamentals of Television Production, COMM-3353 Fundamentals of Film & Video Production, COMM 4421-Radio Practicum, COMM 4485 – Sports Communication, and COMM-3354 Digital Social Media & Society.
    • Yes
    • No
  4. * Are you participating in the Dual Enrollment program, also known as Move On When Ready? This program allows students currently enrolled in high school to attend college classes.
    • Yes
    • No

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
Optional Documents
  1. Cover Letter