– Strong communication skills with the ability to interact professionally w/ colleagues, clients and management
– Ability to analyze and prioritize effectively to aid scheduling
– Ability to react quickly to fast changing situations and be able to cope under pressure
– Ability to work to strict and challenging deadlines
– Ability to work independently and also as part of a team
– Strong computing skills and ability to learn new software quickly
– Excellent admin and organizational skills with particular attention for detail
– Experienced in Microsoft programs – Outlook, Excel and Word
– Sound knowledge of the radio market and the stations demographic audience
– Knowledge of legislation, the law and broadcasting codes related to radio production
Manage the day-to-day operations of the traffic department. Responsible for ensuring programming, commercials and breaks, start and stop at the correct times in a seamless flow of communications. Responsible for the daily broadcast log generation and reconciliation as well as the affidavit process for all network communications.
Schedule: M-F 8AM-5PM, 1hour lunch break. Hours may vary as needed during busy season.
Routine Daily & Weekly Duties:
– Pull reconciliation report from automation, process on board file and post
– Deliver ESPN log to studio, retrieve previous day, scan and file as necessary
– Pull final logs and review discrepancy reports with production to resolve any issues
– Review and approve new orders, work with sales assistant to resolve any issues, contract orders
– Review current week board file, place bumped spots, prep and prepare log for the next week
– Import Network orders through network connect and schedule
– Make Goods – review unresolved report and process make good spots as needed
– Formatting – input special formats for local programming
– Affidavits – login and process needed info for programming affidavits
– Assist with Special projects to improve efficiency between departments (below to name a few):
– Share suggestions that could be implemented to improve efficiency between programming and traffic. Specifically related to ESPN.