Many people want to work in community radio, or to find the right job description. NFCB has advice.
Community radio stations around the United States regularly post employment opportunities. Some roles include programming, news, operations, accounting, and engineering. Sometimes positions are by contract, full time or part time.
Working in community radio means you may need to move to where a job is located. Before you move to a community media position, it’s important to understand the pay in relationship to the area’s cost of living, state income tax where applicable, and the average wage in the region. You may also want to find out about benefits and how the organization manages its cost of living increases and raises.
Many community radio leaders seek job descriptions for jobs in order to attract the right candidates. NFCB offers standard job descriptions for various positions. NFCB now lists roles to its website.