Media One Radio Group (WWSE, WJTN, WHUG, WKSN, WQFX, WKZA) attends job and career fairs, accommodates intern's and job shadow's, speak to students ranging between elementary and college age and are involved in community service functions, all in an attempt to disseminate specific and general information in regards to job openings and careers in broadcasting. When we do have job openings we minimally run advertising on six radio stations over every day part announcing the opening. We also send notice to all of those on current recruitment list. We also list all our openings on our company website.
Media One Radio Group, LLC is an EEO employer.
If you are the leader of an organization that regularly distributes information about employment opportunities to job applicants and would like to receive notifications of job vacancies at Media One Group please contact us.
Media One Radio Group is accepting applications for those interested in working with our radio broadcasting company in the advertising sales department. You will present the powerful benefits of utilizing radio marketing to area companies and organizations. You will work every day with an experienced staff of broadcast professionals to create engaging programs that will help clients grow their business and expand their brand. You must have good presentation, negotiation, organization and communication skills. You must be comfortable with email, excel, PowerPoint, word and general computer knowledge. To apply send your cover letter and resume to Media One Radio Group General Manager, Andrew Hill by EMAIL. Media One Radio Group is a EEO Employer.
To apply for employment opportuntiies with our radio group please send your Cover Letter, Resume and References to: Andrew Hill, General Manager, P.O. Box 1139, Jamestown, NY 14702 or email to AHill@MediaOneRadioGroup.com (No phone calls will be accepted.)
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