Job no: 493425 Categories: Temporary, Summer Employment Department: WDAV - General & Administrative WDAV Summer Intern
Basic Function: The WDAV Summer intern will receive hands-on experience in all areas of station operations, including: administration, membership, digital media, marketing, and production. The WDAV Summer Intern will performing essential tasks to ensure efficient station operations. The program is designed to provide an opportunity to explore careers in the broadcasting industry while providing meaningful and practical business experience.
Duties may include:
Creating a weekly digital newsletter Journalistic and “Listicle” writing Learning how to effectively use social media for business Data management and analytics Conducting research/reporting findings Remote and/or in-person planning of programs and events Filing/sorting/categorizing media Learning new software/databases Preferred Qualifications:
Interest in classical music, public media, and/or broadcasting Effective writer with a pleasing/readable style Able to to design/select/arrange digital graphics Comfortable with prioritizing projects and tasks Builds/creates efficiencies Looks for creative solutions to problems/issues Learns new software quickly Can transition easily between highly varied tasks and projects Extremely reliable, pays attention to detail, can work independently/remotely with minimal supervision Social media experience Excellent interpersonal communicator Working Conditions: Office environment with potential for remote work; ability to complete assignments with minimal supervision. This position may require evening and weekend work depending on events scheduled.
an online application at https://employment.davidson.edu
a current resume
Writing Sample #1 - A sample blog post that mimics the style of WDAV's blog “Of Note” - 500 or fewer words
Writing Sample #2 - A sample social media post with one photograph and fewer than 200 characters - please see WDAV's social media accounts for examples.
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