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AANIIIH NAKODA COLLEGE Radio Programmer in HARLEM, Montana

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION: To provide the best quality programming that serves the listening area/online audiences. The position is full-time, 12-month. The radio programmer determines what goes on the air, when it airs, and how the programming of a station will be structured with supervisor's support. Radio programmers may allocate resources, determining the schedule for hosts, radio personalities, and other staffers. This position is supervised by the KGVA Radio Station Manager.PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: In accordance with the Aaniiih Nakoda College Mission Statement and College Core Themes and Goals, the Radio Programmer shall:* To provide quality programming with the financial and equipment resources available.* To develop and implement programming, i.e., health, education, cultural enhancement, college, and community events, but not limited to these.* Collaborate with KGVA Board of Directors with programming.* To manage the FCC website on-line program/issues report file (ten local programming issues quarterly).* To manage automated programs and equipment.* To manage production programs and equipment.* To manage grant funded programming projects and activities.* To collaborate and assist the Station Manager with fund-raising (underwriting) efforts.* Must be willing to support and assist the Station Manager to provide orientation and hands-on training of new Radio Station staff and volunteers.* Collaborate with Station Manager and staff with remote broadcasts.* Collaborate with Station Manager to develop and implement station goals and objectives and be an active member of the KGVA Transition Team.* Support and maximize individual staff skill sets; build open working rapport with radio station staff and volunteers. * Plan, conduct, and record live interviews.* Plan, implement, and evaluate activities for KGVA with Station Manager for events and activities that will enhance the KGVA profile.* Be willing to respond to 24-hour standby to keep KGVA on air.* Must be willing to learn the mechanics of KGVA to trouble-shoot equipment maintenance.* To be assigned ?acting? capacity in the absence of the Station Manager for continued day-to-day operations.* Must be a part of the radio announcer rotation.* A plus to have experience in broadcasting and/or journalism.QUALIFICATIONS:* Required: Associate degree required in public relations, communications, journalism, broadcasting or related field.* Preferred: Bachelor's degree required in public relations, communications, journalism, broadcasting, or related field.* Experience in broadcasting, journalism, and/or communications is a plus.* Must be familiar with and follow with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations, including the conversion of analog to digital programming functions.* Must be familiar and follow the KGVA Radio Station Policies and Procedures.* Must be familiar and follow the Aaniiih Nakoda College Personnel Policies and Procedures.* Excellent time management skills.* Excellent writing and communication skills.* Excellent managerial and organization skills.* Must be able to work independently.* Must possess good mechanical skills for the maintenance of radio equipment.* Must possess good interviewing skills.* Must possess experience as a team player.* Must have knowledge of indigenous tribes and possess cultural sensitivity to people of color.