Job Title: Web Editor
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Job Status: Open until filled
Submission Deadline: Friday, February 10, 2012
Date available: Immediate
Annual salary: between $32K-$35K
Hiring Department: Broadcasting
Location: 8401 Datapoint Dr., Suite 800 San Antonio, TX 78229
Reports to: Director of Classical Programming
Must have at least a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications or related-field and at least two (2) years related experience in journalism or web development or content production.
The successful candidate will be responsible primarily for supporting the efforts of TPR programming and communications staff, by editing and producing content for the TPR website.
Will support the efforts of on-air staff through production of online content for TPR online properties. Edits on-air news and/or promotional copy for TPR website and edits/encodes audio/video for distribution through digital channels. Works with on-air staff to research, develop, and create original content for website that enhances the audience experience.
Essential work competencies:
Must possess proficiency in HTML and CSS. Must have solid understanding & competency in standard web production tools such as Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Must have excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills. Must have ability to communicate effectively and succinctly both orally and in writing and interact with people in a positive manner. Must be able to work effectively under pressure and able to meet deadlines.
Sedentary work, sitting most of the time.
This position will provide the winning candidate an opportunity to contribute to the success of Texas Public Radio. Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume, reference list, and salary requirements and sent to the address below or e-mailed to: HR2012@tpr.org. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. TPR is an EOE employer.
Texas Public Radio
Attn: Web Editor
8401Datapoint Drive, Suite 800
San Antonio, TX 78229
Now that winter break is over, El Centro would like to kindly welcome you back to a new semester.
This year we have a lot to offer and we are always looking for helping hands. If you would like to be a volunteer or if you were offered an internship, please note that there will be a mandatory meeting Friday, January 20, 2012 at 12 p.m. During this time we will discuss the up-and-coming semesters agenda as well as getting to know each other.
This year, in April, one of our big events is Puntos de Vista, we have a lot of work to do for this event; PR, marketing, advertizing, social media and much more, so we hope to see you Friday to collaborate and give us some of your amazing ideas!
…and lunch (pizza) will be provided!
Keep in mind that volunteering and interning are great resume builders when looking for employment upon graduating. You do not have to any internship experience, you just have to be yourself and be responsible. Being apart of an organization, as wonderful as El Centro, can give you an overview of what the real world has to offer.
El Centro welcomes all majors and backgrounds, meaning you do not have to be a Mass Comm major or only Spanish-speaking. If you think you’ll fit right in, then join us at the meeting on Friday and we can find a project for you.
California State University at Northridge is searching for a professional who holds a J.D. or Ph.D., has some teaching experience and has been associated with Journalism or Media.
They desire to attract a culturally and ethnically diverse group of candidates for this position.
If interested, click on the link above to download the PDF
Jose Hernandez, director of Mariachi Sol de Mexico, will give a clinic at Texas State University’s School of Music on Nov. 9 at 7:00 p.m. in room 216. The clinic is free and open to the public.
Jose Hernandez and Mariachi Sol de Mexico have travelled all over the world performing and sharing mariachi music at sold-out concerts in countries like Spain, Argentina, Chile, China and North Korea. They have performed for the last five U.S. Presidents and recorded with some of the most recognized names in the industry, including Jose Feliciano, Luis Miguel, Rocio Durcal, Juan Gabriel and Linda Ronstadt. The group has recorded several albums, two of which have been nominated for a Grammy and have contributed to film scores for movies such as Sea Biscuit, American Me, Don Juan de Marco and Beverly Hills Chihuahua.
Named one of the top 100 most influential Latinos in America by Hispanic Magazine, Hernandez has stretched the boundaries of mariachi with symphonic compositions for mariachi and arrangements influenced by everyone from Glenn Miller to Jose Alfredo Jimenez.
Jose Hernandez’s clinic is sponsored by the Texas State University’s Latin Music Studies program.