Part Time Promotions Assistant
Experience: What You'll Do: • Execute assigned on-site appearances (remotes), promotional activities and special projects; assist in all aspects of on-site appearances including vehicles and equipment (setup/breakdown), prizes/giveaways, signage. • Assist promotions and sales staff with station promotional activity inside and outside the station. • Facilitate, attend, and execute the appearance on-site set up and station visibility. • Be in charge of executing on-location station/client activations and promotions to a degree that will increase audience interaction and engagement. • Other marketing/ promotional dept. duties as assigned by manager. Closing Date 3/1/2024
Mixer/Host Part Time
• Knowledgeable in digital content creation, active on a variety of social media daily • Must be driven and believe in being part of the community • Creative, compelling, talented, professional, energetic and understand how to deliver great stories • Monitor the music and commercial logs for the airshift • Ensure that promotions and contests are executed properly • Operate the control board and perform production work • Make personal appearances at station events and remote broadcasts • Other duties as required by management? Audacy Denver has a rare opening for a part-time mixer on KS1075. We are looking for a hard worker who is available for flexible hours and has strong desire to play on a mix show/on air shift for a Rhythmic CHR. This position requires 2-3 years’ experience as a nightclub DJ, or similar experience and a fundamental knowledge of digital editing. In addition to mixing various hours on the station, duties will include some basic production responsibilities. This is a great opportunity for a rising star to increase your brand in Denver on a top rated station. You must apply with resume and a 15 minute mix/hosted by the applicant to be considered for the position. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Closing Date 3/1/2024
• Contacting businesses to sell radio, sponsorship, streaming audio, podcast, and other digital advertising • Spending the majority of work time engaging in business development activities • Achieving monthly, quarterly, and annual sales quotas • Aiding in the collections process for all campaigns sold • Preparing sales proposals • Providing highest-level of customer service • Resolving customer problems • Communicating with other departments to assure quality service in executing all aspects of advertising campaigns • Attending sales meetings, company trainings and events (upon return of live events) Performing all tasks perceived, assigned, and/or required that contribute to the smooth running of the department and to the achievement of departmental and company goals
Director of Technical Operations
• Oversee local technical operations and IT staff • Responsible for all day-to-day and long-term engineering and operations including towers, RF transmitters, on-air studio operations, automation systems, and all other related broadcast operating systems. • Report to the local Market Manager and Regional Director of Technical Operations Closing date is 3/1/2024
Quality Control Data Analyst
Under the direct supervision of the Quality Control Manager, analyzes and audits data and information that is being entered and/or changed in the Assessor’s Office databases to ensure an error-free environment. Provides feedback to Assessor’s Office personnel to correct any anomalies that could create problems. Maintains and revises agency policy and procedures.
Emergency Communications Specialist I Advanced
Primary Purpose To receive and process emergency and non-emergency calls for service for the Santa Fe Regional Emergency Communications Center (RECC). provide life-saving instructions over the phone and accurately document incidents/reports from citizens for emergent and non-emergent calls.
Southwest Rare Plant Monitoring Technician
Position Description The Southwest Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology will be hiring two technicians to work with the Southwest Rare Plants Ecologist for the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Rare Plant Monitoring Initiative. More information about the program can be found in this blog by the 2023 crew. The crew will monitor demography of rare plants on BLM lands across NM following established protocols, particularly in areas where multiple-use land management (i.e. energy extraction) impacts on rare plants are expected. Crews will be required to drive to remote areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight for 2-7 consecutive days, hike up to several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. While rare plant inventories are the focus, where possible, crews will assist with other plant conservation program projects in progress during the summer. Projects may include native seed collection, pollinator monitoring, floristic diversity surveys and native plant restoration. This is a full-time, temporary position that requires overnight camping and non-traditional work hours inclusive of weekend and evening hours.
Children and Family Therapy Internship
Childhood trauma is a public health issue. At All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center (AFAC), our approach to healing and recovery is through a trauma sensitive lens by recognizing the widespread impact of trauma and its lasting impact upon a child’s mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. As a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), accredited by the National Children’s Alliance, we provide a child-friendly facility where law enforcement, child protection, family advocacy, therapy, and training offer children and their caregivers safety and a road to healing and recovery. All Faiths offers Master’s level students an opportunity to develop their therapy skills in a supportive, trauma-informed environment. Interns will be provided with opportunities to observe other therapists as they work with their clients. Our interns have the opportunity to work their own caseload of an estimated 4-8 clients throughout their internship. Interns will also receive the opportunity to co-facilitate teen and parenting therapy groups, if they so choose. Interns will receive training in trauma-sensitive care, the Nurtured Heart Approach, trauma-focused CBT, and other topics as available and as of interest to intern. Through our program, interns will also learn about: • Writing progress notes • Creating treatment plans • Updating diagnoses Expected Requirements: • Interns will participate in one hour of individual supervision each week. • Must be able to attend weekly group supervision and training meetings scheduled Tuesdays from 10am – 12pm. • Due to caseload experience, interns will commit to a minimum of 2 semesters, or a full academic year with AFAC agency. o MSW Students: Intern must be a 2nd year student. o Counseling Students: Intern must complete both practicum and internship semesters with AFAC. • Interns are not required to continue working during their program’s winter/spring break, their clients’ needs will be attended by their supervisor during that time. Interested students may submit an intern application, letter of interest and a resume to the Intern Supervisor, Samantha Williams, LCSW, at firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. There are 2 Intern positions open for the Spring.