New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an assistant news director, operations supervisor, regional account manager and director of engineering.
A Gulf Coast, southern market TV station needs an assistant news director. This is a competitive local news market with big market coverage. The station needs dynamic leader to take reins of owning breaking news, digital and be a mentor to young reporters. Local owners care about journalism and investigative reporting. Hiring ASAP to start in January. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
BEK News/KNDB, in Bismarck, N.D., is looking for an operations supervisor – news and commentary. This person will be responsible for providing scheduling, production leadership and oversight for daily news/commentary broadcasts. This position will work in tandem with a team of professional individuals to create high quality news/commentary programming. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
The Bismarck area has welcomed visitors since Lewis and Clark paddled up the Missouri River in 1804. The capital of North Dakota, Bismarck is a hub of culture, history and shopping. Money Magazine named Bismarck the 25th best places to live in the U. S. in 2017. Each fall, the two-day, seven-block-long Downtowner’s Street Fair offers food and crafts from some 180 vendors. Hikes though Bismarck can take you back in time like for dinosaur bones in the area, which is known for its prehistoric discoveries.
The state is known for its open landscapes and wide, blue skies; Bismarck itself, located on the Missouri River, offers dozens of parks. There’s also the Dakota Zoo, where you can see some 600 animals. Bismarck is a shining light of arts, culture, history and the great outdoors. Biking trails are plentiful on both sides of the river. If you want to get on the water, try a riverboat sightseeing trip, or rent a kayak and take your own self-guided tour. Paddle upriver to Keelboat Park, or downriver to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.
WJFW, the NBC affiliate in Rhinelander, Wis. (DMA 134), and serving north-central Wisconsin, including Wausau, is looking for a regional account manager. The ideal candidate will have local and regional advertising sales experience. The position handles a large regional list of accounts and is responsible for negotiation and creative packaging to add value to our clients and revenue for the station. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Rhinelander residents enjoy a high quality of life as well as a low cost of living. The real estate market offers exceptional housing values for both buyers and renters. Residents find quality educational opportunities at all levels.
The Rhinelander area is a year-round outdoor playground with 232 lakes within 15 minutes of Downtown Rhinelander so you are sure to enjoy the perfect balance between nature and creature comforts. You’ll find lakes right in the heart of Rhinelander, such as Boom Lake, a large flowage on the Wisconsin River. There are hundreds more lakes within a short drive. including the popular Lake George. Mountain bikers and road cyclists alike will enjoy bicycling in and around the Rhinelander area.
The quiet roadways that stretch out from Rhinelander are great for touring cyclists looking to enjoy the beauty of the Northwoods. Hodag Country offers outstanding winter trails. Cross-country ski and snowshoe through snow-covered pines or glide along tamarack bogs and groves of hemlocks.
The median home price in Rhinelander is about $130,000.
WSET, Sinclair’s ABC affiliate in Lynchburg, Va. (DMA 69), and also serving Roanoke, is looking for a director of engineering to oversee all engineering functions of the station, including, planning of future equipment installations, requirements and budgetary recommendations; Manage training and hiring processes for engineering staff; Supervise maintenance of computer software, hardware, and local area network applications. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains on the banks of the James River, just miles from the famous Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway, Lynchburg is a fun, urban center surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. The city has grown more than 25% since 2000 and was ranked No. 1 by Reviews.org in 2019 on the list of Best Places for Millennials to Move after reviewing 325 metro areas for low unemployment rates, positive net migration, low housing costs, and low rates of property crime
Rent, food, transportation, goods and services, and other essentials are generally more affordable in Lynchburg. In fact, the average cost of living is 14.2% lower than the United States average, which gives the community members a higher disposable income to invest in what they love. Lynchburg is even rated one of the Best Value Cities in the U.S. by Kiplinger.