Employment

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Digital Content Coordinator

You will have the opportunity to:  
•    Manage an effective editorial planning process, in coordination with news and programming directors, including the development of comprehensive digital workflow and production processes to ensure news content is up-to-date, accurate and engaging.
•    Conceptualize (and/or supervise the creation of) engaging graphics, function and features. Adhere to branding and editorial standards as related to the copy portion of the style guide. Provide training and assistance on issues regarding content to providers of content as needed.  
•    Develop and report access statistics from the websites for evaluation to managers and aid in interpreting results and impact on individual departments. Maintain responsibility for overall navigational design of the website and provide technical support to departmental content providers in the design of divisional web pages.
•    Provide leadership in the concept, creation, aggregation, delivery and placement of compelling web content in sync with internal departments that will attract a high volume of online users/traffic.
•    Edit and/or repurpose copy from various resources to meet website criteria, including writing headlines and copy with search engine optimization in mind. This also includes ensuring the process to produce and publish content is timely, relevant and strategic and adheres to station branding.
•    Research information/best practices that enhance the value of the website & social media. Work to keep the site up to date with branding standards and available technologies. Effectively manage, warehouse, and catalog all website content assets. Evaluate new content for industry accuracy, brand/voice consistency, spelling, and grammatical correctness.
•    Ensure overall integrity of websites through constant review of content and by troubleshooting errors.
•    Gather website materials for from a variety of sources; edit, proof and post content as needed for news, research, events, recruitment, and department calendar and activities, in coordination with appropriate department managers.
•    Perform other related duties including possible on-air reporting and hosting incidental to the work described herein. Provide additional services as requested.  

At a minimum you should have:  
 
• Bachelor’s Degree and two (2) years of experience or equivalency

The preferred candidate will have:

•    Five years in similar type of work
•    Three years in same type of work

Salary and benefits: $36,500 to $41,900 per year, plus an excellent benefits package is available for eligible employees, for more information visit: http://hrs.boisestate.edu/careers/benefits/ .

If you are interested in this position:  Please submit a cover letter indicating your interest and qualifications for this position.  Attach a resume that includes employment history (including dates of employment) and three professional references with contact information.  Required documents should be emailed to BSPRAdministration@boisestate.edu, reference PG-0023-15 in subject line.

Review of documents will begin immediately and will continue until 6/15/15.

About the University:  http://www.boisestate.edu/

About the City of Boise:  http://www.boisechamber.org/

About the Department:  http://www.boisestatepublicradio.org/

Chief Engineer (Current BSU employees only.)

Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for the position of Chief Engineer.

You will have the opportunity to:  
                    
• As Chief Engineer, the individual is responsible for FCC compliance to include: EAS legal operation/logs/testing, maintenance of appropriate documentation, transmitter operation, ensuring the station is operating within FCC perimeters, and training engineering staff on FCC requirements.
• Guide and train engineering assistants in equipment repair, operation, and preventive maintenance. Guide technicians and engineering department in the proper operation of transmitters and associated studio equipment. Provide appropriate training for broadcast engineers, to include site maintenance and repair, they should be able to adequately support transmitter/translator site in Chief Engineer’s absence.

• Troubleshoot and perform repairs and preventive maintenance on all transmission and related equipment, such as transmitters, processors, microwave, editing suites, control rooms, remote equipment, satellite equipment and computers.                                                                           
• Provide input on site needs including identifying issues, scope of work, budget, and implementation.  Assist Broadcast Engineers with projects associated with the control rooms, studios, and automation equipment and computers.    
•  Supervisory responsibility including: scheduling, directing, goal setting, and completing performance evaluations.
    
At a minimum you should have:  
 
•    Five (5) years of experience in a similar type of work
•    Three (3) years of experience in the same type of work
•    Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) Certification

The preferred candidate will have:  
•    Associate’s Degree or Technical Diploma in Electronic Engineering Technology
•    Five (5) years of experience in Broadcast Engineering or a related field
•    Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) Certification

If this sounds like the job for you: Please submit a cover letter indicating your interest and qualifications for this position.  Attach a resume that includes employment history (including dates of employment) and three professional references with contact information.  Required documents should be emailed to BSPRAdministration@boisestate.edu, reference PG-0024-15 in subject line.

Review of documents will begin immediately and will continue until 5/22/15.