The Chief of Engineering and Technology performs a variety of functions related to strategic planning for increasing coverage for the station’s two networks, as well as transmitter site construction, transmitter and electronic testing and maintenance, computer and network infrastructure maintenance, regulatory compliance, and property management.  This position requires a broad range of knowledge and experience in electronics, radio frequency transmission, property and vehicle maintenance, and safety issues and requires extensive travel throughout Western

Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) (, within the division of Wisconsin Public Media (, is seeking full-time Broadcast Systems Engineers to join our talented and self-motivated team of radio engineering professionals that are responsible for all of the infrastructure and systems that enable WPR's content to reach listeners across Wisconsin and beyond.

KCUR’s internship program is primarily intended to provide a diverse group of students, recent graduates and other potential journalists with an educational experience, equipping them with skills, relationships and resources that will benefit them as they seek careers in public media, journalism and/or non-profits.

A secondary purpose of the internship program is to provide opportunities for interns to create high-quality content or work product, with benefits for both the intern and the station.


CapRadio’s Member Engagement team is the human connection between the station and its audience, striving to strengthen members’ passion for sustaining public radio.  Member Engagement supports member-listeners by tracking donations, providing receipts, answering questions and encouraging listeners to financially support CapRadio’s community driven mission.

Wayne State University is searching for an experienced Manager, Radio Operations (WDET) at its Detroit campus location.

Louisville Public Media (LPM) seeks a Philanthropy Officer to head its growing major gifts program.

LPM is an independent, community-supported nonprofit that serves our community on the web and radio through podcasts and community events. It includes three public radio stations and an investigative unit.

** Cover letter required for all positions and optional for facilities, campus services, and hospitality positions unless otherwise specified.

Job Description Summary

Working with minimal supervision, performs daily donor relations functions in the WFDD Listener and Donors Services Department. These functions include recording and receipting of donations, database management, and donor/listener customer service regarding gifts, programming or station events and initiatives.

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KGOU Membership Director (Advancement Associate)


KGOU is seeking a motivated, mission-driven, process-oriented Membership Director to assist the public radio station’s efforts in a variety of fundraising operations including soliciting direct mail and online donations, on-air fundraising drives, and individual donor and listener communications.


The News Producer investigates, writes, and produces local news stories on a wide range of issues relevant to the Upper Susitna Valley. This position produces multiple news stories for broadcast each week, hosts newscasts, and posts content to the station’s website and social media platforms.  The producer coordinates existing public affairs programming and may work with the news team and volunteers to develop other public affairs shows.