Part time jobs usually suck. The hours are all over the place, you have to work weekends….. But you don’t care. Obviously. You’re still reading. Probably because you know this is all about working a radio station, and there is nothing that sucks about that. We’re looking for a Summer Station Ambassador.
Reporting to the Promotions Director, our Station Ambassador will be motivated, responsible, and energetic and must be able to work independently and as part of a team, while representing the radio station brand. We’ve got a bunch or responsibilities and qualifications below, and yes, please read them, because they’re important, but basically we want somebody really outgoing who’s dependable, can drive (both skill-wise and legal-wise), isn’t afraid to talk to the public and has more common sense than the signs you’ll be hanging. But wait, there’s more:
- Make our station look AWESOME at on-location events through a combination of audio setup, promotional tents, banners, backdrops.
- Be social! Embrace the art of “the mingle” – we want you to engage with listeners and non-listeners at our events. Be knowledgeable about our radio station and spread the good word!
- Ensure the proper handling and safe storage of all promotional signage and equipment.
- Ensure proper and safe usage and maintenance of station vehicles. We want Alfred, not Batman.
- Develop current and compelling content for all social media platforms.
- Detail oriented: attention to detail is essential!
- Experience with social media. Must have a strong knowledge and understanding of social media platforms ie. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and web. (ie. You know how to clearly communicate with and engage the social media audience in 140 characters or less!)
- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office (ie: Outlook, Power Point and Word)
- A valid driver’s license is mandatory.
- Flexible availability: including evenings, weekends, holidays and overnights.
- Highly energetic, outgoing and eager to interact with listeners and non-listeners to generate excitement at events.
- Must be willing get your hands dirty and handle occasional heavy lifting, while treating equipment with respect and care.
- Understand the importance of representing our brand in a professional manner at all events.”