Employment

Position Overview:
Intern will work with WYEP's digital team to help develop and execute strategies and tactics to grow audience across our digital platforms.

Candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program and available to work at least 10-20 hours per week.
Major Responsibilities:
  • ● Learn about WYEP’s narrative voice, audience and current digital content
  • ● Help strategize and execute social media posts for Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using scheduling software and live social media posting
  • ● Research best practices for each platform through articles, analyzing peer stations/media services' social channels
  • ● Assist in promoting digital content through various internet channels
  • ● Comment on various social media profiles on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram on behalf of WYEP.
  • ● Conceptualize and execute 1 piece of digital content per semester (must pitch piece to Digital Content Manager beforehand)
Qualifications and Skills Required:
  • ● Ability to quickly learn new skills
  • ● Self-starter
  • ● Proficient using Mac/PC/Andriod/iOS
  • ● Familiar with social media
  • ● Familiar with blogging
  • ● Familiar with the Triple A format a plus!
  • ● Good time management skills
  • ● Great communication skills
Application Instructions:
  • To apply, please send a resume to hr@pittsburghcommunitybroadcasting.org.

Company, Benefits, EOE statement

The Company
PCBC is an independent, locally owned community-supported public media organization. PCBC is home to Pittsburgh’s NPR News station, 90.5 WESA, and 91.3 WYEP, serving Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities of Western Pennsylvania. PCBC serves the more than 2 million residents of Pittsburgh and its surrounding communities by leveraging the power of media to inform, inspire and entertain. We engage audiences and cultivate conversations that strengthen, enrich and improve the communities we serve.

* 90.5 WESA was launched in 2011 (in partnership with Pittsburgh’s philanthropic community) with an NPR news format. Its stated mission is “to work for the public to inform people in ways that engage and inspire them to create dialogue about community issues and stories.”

* 91.3 WYEP was founded in 1974 as an all-volunteer community licensed radio station. It broadcasts a diverse offering of adult alternative music, provides community education programs, and presents a large number of highly visible events and concerts in the region. Its mission is to “enrich the community through musical discovery, expression and education.”

In addition to radio programming, both stations play an active role in engaging the community through online and mobile services and in-person events, and have a prominent voice in Pittsburgh’s civic and cultural affairs. Each week more than 200,000 Southwestern Pennsylvanians listen to PCBC broadcasts and tens of thousands more engage with our content through our websites and mobile digital services.

Benefits and More
Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes medical insurance, paid medical leave, 403(b) plan with matching contributions, paid vacation and holidays and a workplace culture that is fun, diverse and innovative.

This position is available immediately, and the search for candidates may be terminated without notice. No phone calls, please.

Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. PCBC adheres to all ADA requirements and will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals.