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Kgou Host/Social Media Coordinator

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The University Of Oklahoma Norman , OK 73071

Posted 6 months ago

Title: KGOUHost / Social Media Coordinator

Reports to: KGOU Program Director

KGOU Radio, Oklahoma City

KGOUpublic radio is looking for a new on-air voice to greet afternoon listeners inthe Oklahoma City metro area. Our next local All Things Considered host will be an engaging announcer andnewscaster with a conversational on-air sound. This person will also possesssharp news instincts and strong storytelling skills, with an ability to informand entertain KGOU's second largest weekday audience.

Theother half of the job will be dedicated to being KGOU's voice on social media.We're looking for a self-starter who can take a creative approach to socialmedia, help reporters elevate their online stories, and manage a live blogduring breaking news situations.

KGOU hasa strong tradition of local, state and regional news coverage, and the new Host/ Social Media Coordinator will play a key role in shaping our on-air sound. Ournewsroom has won many awards, including 8 Oklahoma Associated Press"Sweepstakes Awards." KGOU stories are regularly heard on NPR, and the All Things Considered host will becalled on to file national spot news. The successful candidate will also be expectedto find audio for newscasts, update newscast stories, and occasionally serve asemcee/station representative at KGOU events.

Theposition is open until filled. The hourly salary is $17.31.

The University ofOklahoma offers excellent fringe benefits. KGOU Radio atThe University of Oklahoma is an affirmative action, equal opportunityemployer.

KGOUserves 30% of the Oklahoma population, reaching more than one million people.This area includes the Oklahoma City metro, which is rated #4 on the Forbeslist of America's most affordable cities (2015) and is ranked #10 on the employmentsite Glassdoor's list of best U.S. cities for job seekers (2016). Forbes alsoranks Oklahoma as the ninth best state to make a living. With studios locatedat the University of Oklahoma, KGOU delivers digital audio on the station'srobust news-based website and participates in the NPR One mobile app.

Required Education: Bachelor's degree in Journalism, communication, political science or other appropriate field, or an equivalentcombination of education/job related experience, AND:

  • 24 months experience in broadcasting

  • At least one year experience doing social media for an organization

Skills:

  • Strong writing skills and knowledge of AP style

  • Experience with web posting, broadcasting and audio editing software and equipment

  • Strong time management, organizational and interpersonal skills

Special Instructions: If you are selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visit https://hr.ou.edu/Policies-Handbooks/TB-Test



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