- Harford Community College
- Location: Bel Air, Maryland
- Category: Admin-Computing-Programming/Analyst
- Posting Date: 05/31/2021
- Application Deadline: Open until filled
Harford Community College has served as an anchor institution in Harford County since its inception in 1957. We are a mid-sized, comprehensive college committed to serving our community through high caliber educational offerings and cultural events.
HCC’s mission of “Grow. Achieve. Inspire. Contribute.” and our vision of continuously striving for satisfaction, completion, and success throughout the College community is demonstrated by our shared organizational values of Agency, Equity and Inclusion, Communication and Collaboration, Respect, and Innovation. Harford Community College is an Achieving the Dream institution, joining a network of higher education institutions and partners to enhance community college student opportunity, access, and success.
Our beautiful, 352-acre campus is conveniently located near Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; and Wilmington, DE. We offer more than 80 affordable degree and certificate programs to nearly 2,000 full-time and 7,500 part-time students, as well as a wide variety of noncredit continuing education courses to nearly 11,000 students per year.
Harford Community College is committed to the principles of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. It is the policy of Harford Community College not to discriminate against applicants on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law with regard to any employment practices. HCC is an EEO and ADA/ADAA employer that values, embraces, and supports diversity in the College community.
The purpose of this position is to ensure WHFC’s full compliance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations and to carry out the mission statement of WHFC by supporting the Coordinator for the Radio Station; being knowledgeable of FCC rules and regulations with regard to public radio; supporting WHFC’s mission statement; participating in the development of emergency continuous operations plans; and collaborating with the full-time Mass Communications faculty member to recruit, train and mentor both student volunteers, interns, and community volunteers for on-air/online performance, production, fundraising, community events and related activities.
The WHFC Programmer creates the on-air/online content and sound of WHFC in conjunction with the WHFC Community Outreach Specialist, students, external community/listeners and college data. This includes performing and otherwise staffing the morning and afternoon drive-time air positions, and the rest of the live and remote broadcast schedule, with students and volunteers. In collaboration with the part-time assistant or designated students, this position reviews music and other content and maintains strong working relationships with music labels and artists, independent artists and promoters, touring artists, local artists, and related parties.
The WHFC Programmer participates in and facilitates remote broadcast schedules, and, in conjunction with the Outreach Specialist, program and format on-air fund drives for optimal financial benefit. The Programmer position requires both a background in media—ideally radio—podcasts, and online media.
Other duties may include fundraising; underwriting/campus relations; underwriting and public service writing and announcing; and on-air shifts. This role requires a working background in station operations to serve in the Coordinator role in their absence.
This is an exempt, professional staff position.
Bachelor’s degree required
One to three years of work experience to include:
- programming experience for fundraising activities
- on-air announcing
- audio production skills
- one year of Triple A music formatting experience
Applicants must have a working knowledge of FCC rules and regulations.
Preferred qualifications include:
- familiarity with automation software and hardware
- three years of Triple A music formatting experience
- experience developing programs for on-air and podcasting
- supervision and direction of students, interns, and volunteers
- one to three years of experience/proficiency with digital editing software
Generally 40 hours per week with additional hours as required. Work schedule will be determined by the supervisor.