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Administrative Student Assistant at UCSB Institute for Energy Efficiency

Employer: UCSB Institute for Energy Efficiency Expires: 05/16/2018 The Institute for Energy Efficiency administers several federal and state contracts and grants, as well as manages gift and sponsorship funds in support of its overall mission to develop technological solutions that will change how energy is produced, used and managed.  Administrative Student Assistant assists with all general administrative/financial operations of the Institute.Ideal candidate should be an independent worker, detail-oriented, a self-starter, analytical and have strong interpersonal skills.  Experience with financial data entry and general office duties is highly desirable.  Must be proficient in the Microsoft Excel.  Interest in a financial management career path is preferred but not required.Candidates must be available every Thursday 2PM-5:30PM during the academic year for on campus seminar events. Should be available to work over the summer of 2018 and through the 2018-2019 academic year.  General Administrative Duties: Mail sorting and distribution Filing, copying, faxingMiscellaneous campus errands and deliveriesMonitoring of office supply inventoryOther duties as assignedFinancial Operations:Financial data entryCoordinate the creation and distribution of financial, personnel, and purchasing reportsManage all travel, reimbursement, and new hire paperwork packetsEvent Planning and Coordination:Scheduling meetings for visiting speakersCoordinating catering, room reservations, and other logisticsCreating and distributing email announcements and flyersSetup and breakdown of events

Commencement Labor Needed at UCSB Distribution & Logistical Services

Employer: UCSB Distribution & Logistical Services Expires: 06/08/2018 UCSB Students needed to help set-up this year's Commencement Site on the lagoon lawn.We start on Monday 6/11 and continue thru Wednesday 6/20/18 setting up folding chairs, fencing and other things.  Saturday 6/16 and Sunday 6/17 are long days and you can work many hours drying chairs in the morning and cleaning up between ceremonies. Food is provided on that Saturday and Sunday. Then Monday 6/18 thru Wednesday 6/20, we remove everything from the site after the event. The week day shifts are 4 hours long either 8:00am-12:00pm and/or 1:00-5:00pm. This is a part time job that works well around your finals schedule or make some money before you head home for summer. If you are a hard worker, there is a possibility of summer employment. Call Jeff 805 893 2732 for more information and location to apply.

Storeroom Student Assistant at UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services

Employer: UCSB Design, Facilities & Safety Services Expires: 05/31/2018 Under the supervision of the Storeroom Supervisor, the position involves basic administrative support functions necessary in the day-to-day operations of the department.  Responsible for data entry, assisting with deliveries, pulling orders from the stockroom, and general upkeep including sweeping, dusting and trash removal.  The position will interact with various department representatives, vendors and campus clients and customer service experience is a plus.

Coastal Fund Administrative Assistant at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Costal Fund Expires: 05/14/2018 The Coastal Fund Administrative Coordinator provides assistance to the Coastal Fund Board of Directors and the Environmental Programs Advisor by taking minutes at weekly meetings, printing, filing, and organizing grant applications and related paperwork, managing the Coastal Service Program, and performing basic office management such as email correspondence, mail sorting, message taking, et cetera.DutiesCheck Coastal Fund email and voicemail accounts, respond to any messages or forward on to appropriate partyStock office display with relevant literature and brochuresMaintain office order and cleanliness, greet drop-in vistors and offer assistance as neededProcess and file any new Coastal Service Program participation requestsAttend Coastal Fund Board meeting and present Administrative and Coastal Service Program reportsTake minutes at all Board meetings and distribute to Board members and listservs as requiredUpdate grant files to reflect any Board decisions, communicate decisions to respective grant holdersConfirm attendance and prepare paperwork for any upcoming Coastal Service Program events, process paperwork for paymentDevelop and advertise calendar of Coastal Service Program eventsPrint and file grant applications, contact applicants to schedule in-person presentationsTrack budget and provide updates to Board as neededWith help from supervisor, compile grant requisition packetWith help from supervisor, draft and send out grant agreements for successful grant applicantsPrepare quarterly summary of Coastal Service Program events and fundingWork with Coastal Fund Outreach to compile information for Annual ReportProvide program update at Coastal Fund GalaOther duties as assigned by supervisorRequirementsMust be able to attend Coastal Fund Board meetings at 6pm on Tuesdays during the 2018-2019 academic yearMust have a general interest in the coast and in coastal preservationMust be extremely organized with great attention to detailMust be able to track multiple projects at once, particularly at the beginning and end of each quarterMust be very professional over email correspondenceMust be extremely comfortable with Google Docs and spreadsheetsOffice experience is highly beneficial, though not required

Associated Students Recycling Route Rider at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 05/22/2018 Recycling Route Riders collect recycling, electronic waste, and compost from specific campus locations to keep the campus waste management program running smoothly in order to keep UCSB as one of the top environmental performers in the country. Route Riders also help with other aspects of the AS Recycling program to educate the campus community and to reduce waste at UCSB. Route Riders are given the unique opportunity to experience and directly influence the process of waste management on campus.DutiesTravel by specialized tricycle to specific outdoor and indoor campus locations to service recycling, compost, and landfill binsKeep indoor and outdoor bins clean, free of debris, and in appropriate working orderWith the help of a partner, collect electronic waste from bins in buildings across campusTrack collection weights and record data on printed spreadsheetsAssist with other aspects of the AS Recycling program including:Conducting at least one event waste service and one outreach activity, such as tabling at events and workshops, per quarter. These events may take place on the weekends.Contributing to special projects and tasks assigned by the Program Supervisor and Routes CoordinatorsDrive electric vehicles on routes and to eventsKeep in close communication with Program and Student Coordinators to maintain schedules and ensure that all routes are completed on timeRequirementsMust have an interest in recycling, compost, electronic waste, and environmental issuesMust be able to ride a bike moderate distances while pulling weightMust be extremely reliable and able to work independentlyMust be detail-oriented and able to maintain accurate recordkeepingMust be able to work in a team and communicate with multiple peopleMust be willing to get dirty and work in a variety of weather conditionsMust be able to work at least 2 weekend shifts per quarterMust be able to lift 50 poundsMust possess a valid driver’s license

Associated Students Department of Public Worms: Worm Wrangler at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students Expires: 05/16/2018 The Department of Public Worms(DPW) Worm Wranglers run UCSB’s on-site composting programs. Worm Wranglers collect and process food waste from UCSB Dining Commons through vermicompost bins and hot compost stalls, maintain the compost program at the Family Student Housing complexes, manage an educational garden and participate in outreach activities and events to promote DPW’s work and mission. As a member of the Edible Campus Program, DPW students care for the citrus trees in the Urban Orchard program, vertical garden program, and will take care of the future student-run farm and various other Edible Campus projects.DPW students were also crucial partners in establishing UCSB’s off-site compost program that diverts tons of waste from the landfill each year and they continue to collaborate with other campus departments to reduce food waste and increase composting at UCSB.DutiesMaintain and expand vermicompost program by feeding and caring for worm populations; balancing bin moisture, temperature, and other factorsCollect and sort compost material from the dining commonsManage the Family Student Housing compost program by sorting, shoveling, and turning compost piles, adding grass clippings and other material as needed to maintain balanceMaintain education garden space in Eucalyptus GroveTake care of the citrus trees in the Edible Campus Urban Orchard program by watering, fertilizing and harvesting fruit to donate to the AS Food BankMaintain the Edible Campus Vertical Gardens and seedlingsAssist with outreach activities such as workshops, tabling, and preparing event materialsHarvest, collect, brew and package worm tea for distributionDrive an electric vehicle and recumbent bicycles on routes and to eventsOther duties as assignedRequirementsMust have a strong interest in composting, gardening and environmental issuesMust be able to research and implement new composting, planting and farming techniquesMust be detail-oriented and able to maintain accurate recordkeepingMust be able to work in a team and coordinate schedules with multiple peopleMust be extremely reliable and organized and able to work independentlyMust be willing to get dirtyMust be able to lift 50 poundsMust possess a valid driver’s licenseTo Apply You must submit a resume and cover letter in order to be considered. AS DPW accepts work study and non-work study applications. 

A.S. Student Graphic Artist at UCSB Associated Students

Employer: UCSB Associated Students - Creative Media Expires: 05/19/2018 ***THIS JOB BEGINS IN FALL 2018***Under the direction of the A.S. Art Director, the student graphic artist will work with a variety of Associated Students boards, committees, and commissions to produce posters, logos, t-shirt designs, advertisements, brochures, and other materials as needed. The student graphic artist will also participate in the A.S. Creative Media Unit to assist in the department's marketing and other creative projects.This is an on-campus position, 5-10 hours a week. Work study is available.Please include samples of your work with your application.

Tutor--Academic Skills at UCSB Campus Learning Assistance Services

Employer: UCSB Campus Learning Assistance Services Expires: 05/11/2018 Academic Skills Tutors at CLAS conduct workshops and individual consultations about how to study at UCSB.  Drawing on their own experiences as students and on in-house CLAS training, skills tutors help their fellow students to think about how they might change daily habits or mental patterns so that they might be more capable of achieving thie academic goals at the University.  Workshop titles include: Lecture Stratedies, Reading Comprehension, Reading Efficiency, Writing papers, Multiple Choice Tests, Essay Exams, Confidence, Motivation, Focus, Time Management, Making a Study Plan, and Fighting Procrastination.This is an excellent opportunity for any UCSB student who believes that they will one day be teaching professionally or for anyone who is interested generally in educational psychology. All training and preparation for workshops will be paid at the rate of $15.72/hour.  All workshop sessions will be paid at the rate of $21.24/hour. Minimum requirements for this tutoring job are Junior or senior standing;Strong academic performance;An overall GPA of 3.0;Interest in teaching;Availability to attend the first training before Week 1 of fall quarter.

Event Intern at UC Santa Barbara Alumni

Employer: UC Santa Barbara Alumni Expires: 05/12/2018 Manage building during events. Mostly evening and weekend hours. Must have good customer service skills in order to maintain policies. Events range from academic conferences to weddings. Job can be physically demanding and requires stamina. 

KCSB-FM Sports Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KCSB Sports Director is responsible for training KCSB sports volunteers in sports journalism and broadcasting and leading the volunteers in creating great sports broadcasts during the regular sports spot and live broadcasts of sports games. The Sports director works to strengthen and expand KCSB sports and offer sports programming to the SB community that is otherwise unavailable from commercial outlets. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Recruits and trains volunteers to staff Sports Department Creates quarterly sports broadcast schedule in concert with Program Director; this includes regular Sports program and live play-by-play broadcasts and webcastsManages KCSB Sports' publicity and social media Maintains dialogue with KCSB programmers concerning the sports schedule. Manages production of KCSB Sports' public affairs show(s)Financial administration of Sports Department including oversight and maintenance of Deixler endowmentSuggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Program Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The Program Director is responsible for creating the KCSB’s quarterly program schedule and ensuring program quality with the help of the Program Mediation and Review Committee (PMRC). The Program Director convenes and leads this PMRC committee, reviews KCSB Programs, handles show substitutions, and notifies the GM of programmer violations when they occur. S/he is also on call 24/7 to fill in for programmers in the event they do not show up for their show (with the support of the General Manager, Assistant Program Director, and select career staff).The KCSB Program Director will join the hiring committee to interview all other candidates for KCSB's Executive Committee immediately upon notification of appointment.Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks• Chairs Program Mediation and Review Committee, which sets schedule and maintains programming quality through regular reviews of news and existing shows• Directs written communication with volunteer programmers via regular reviews and other correspondences• Advises and assists General Manager in overall station operatinos • Help devise plan for areas that need outreach • Help Promotions Director navigate schedule as we devise and implement promotions and outreach plan (e.g., so that giveaways are program appropriate) • Help Development Coordinator with various Fund Drive duties (after scheduling completed) • Consult with Publications Director during production of KCSB Schedule as needed.Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Music Librarian at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KCSB Music Librarian is in charge of maintaining and improving systems for organizing and cataloging KCSB’s music. This includes inputing the entire physical collection of CDs and vinyl into databases that people can easily access and navigate for locating physical releases and also digital playback. The Librarian will work closely with both Music Directors. A crucial part of this job involves recruiting and training volunteers to assist with library maintenance and reorganization projects.Partial List of Duties/Regular TasksSchedule and faithfully keep office hours.Maintenance of KCSB's music libraryCo-lead KCSB's Music Department Subcommittee(s)Develop strategies with Music Directors and others to keep a usable and sustainable collection of physical and digital mediaSuggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Music Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The Internal and External Music Directors are responsible for maintaining KCSB’s music library and ensuring it is constantly stocked with new music. The MDs review the music that is sent to the station and are responsible for corresponding with music industry representatives, labels, and artists to solicit music for the station, and to track the music that has been sent.Note: The Internal Music Director is a member of KCSB's Program Mediation and Review Committee. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Schedule and faithfully keep office hours. Maintain ongoing contact with labels, artists and promoters, and maintain charts of new release airplay Receive and sort music submissions and all other mail on a daily basis. Maintain music library, review and label new music and add it to the music libraryDevelop strategies with Music Librarian and others to keep a usable and sustainable collection of physical and digital mediaCo-lead KCSB's Music Department SubcommitteeSuggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Assistant Engineer at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The Assistant Engineer assists KCSB's Chief Engineer in the technical operations of the station. S/he helps check that equipment is in working order, helps maintain this equipment, and installs new equipment when necessary. S/he also helps coordinate KCSB's "Live Production" Subcommittee, which provides regular production and live music mixing trainings for programmers, in conjunction with the Production Coordinator and Chief Engineer. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Checking Trouble Reports Item Inventory and Office Upkeep Remote Broadcast AssistanceEngineering/mixing of live music broadcasts and events and co-leads "Live Production" Subcommittee IT MaintenanceSuggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Assistant Program Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The Assistant Program Director mentors the new KCSB staff after they’ve completed the KJUC training. S/he works with the Program Director in managing and tracking substitutes and also tracks errors in the stations logs. The Assistant Program Director is a member of the Program Mediation and Review Committee (PMRC).Partial List of Duties/Regular TasksLog Error TrackingConducts Control Room and other retrainingsSchedules and tracks EAS TestsAssists Program Director with tracking substitutions on our weekly program schedule and problem-solving when there are no-shows or unexpected periods of dead-airOversees uploading of prerecorded programs in conjunction with Program Director and Assistant Program Director

KCSB-FM KJUC Manager at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KJUC Manager leads the operation of KCSB’s training station. S/he works to raise community awareness about the station by encouraging students and community members to get a show on KJUC. Subsequently, the KJUC manager works closely with KJUCers to guide them through the training process and in applying for a show on KCSB. Note: Most of the KJUC Manager’s responsibilities are shared by the KJUC Program Director. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Creates and implements outreach plan Schedules and implements required KJUC Trainings Creates phone lists in the staff data system and email lists Maintains contact with KJUC Programmers and offers them assistance and guidance.Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Publications Coordinator at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KCSB-FM Publications Coordinator designs and produces KCSB publications including fliers, ads, and KCSB’s quarterly printed schedule. A penchant for art/graphic design is a must. Experience with Photoshop, Indesign, and other digital design programs is useful.Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Creates KCSB’s quarterly program schedule and directs its distributionCreate ads for KCSB events, including the KCSB / KJUC New Volunteer / Programmer Orientation, concerts, open-mics, KCSB’s annual T-shirt design contest, etc. and directs distribution of all printed posters fliersLeads and directs volunteers in the creation and placement of banners, butcher-paper signage, and other related materialsDevelops KCSB informational brochuresDevelops graphics for KCSB branded itemsCo-leads and conducts a volunteer "Swag" subcommitteeSuggested Qualifications: Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM Business Coordinator at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The KCSB Business Coordinator provides support to A.S.'s Assistant Director for Independent Media, the KCSB Advisor, and General Manager in all fundraising activity, which includes assisting in the year-round preparations leading up to and following the annual KCSB-FM fund drive. With the Assistant Director for Independent Media, the Business Coordinator forms and meets regularly with a fund-drive subcommittee, helps develop the plan for outreach to local businesses, schedules meetings, and trains members in solicitation and outreach. Other tasks include scheduling and conducting pitch/phone bank trainings and tracking attendance; ensuring that our phone bank is staffed at all times during the fund drive; soliciting gifts from local businesses; entering data; and maintaining inventory databases; tracking and processing pledges. Under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Independent Media, tracks past business donors and updates database with new donors; prepares fund drive office materials; tracks and prepares deposits of donations; prepares reports for KCSB stakeholders that detail all funds, gifts, and sources; prepares ongoing assessments of all fundraising, and acknowledgement to all funders; updates manual for the fund drive; prepares thank-you gifts to be mailed; updates database to indicate status of pledges. The Business Coordinator chairs weekly “Swag Committee” meetings that entails identifying, designing, and producing KCSB branded promotional items (stickers, t-shirts, hats, pens, etc.) and maintains swag stock as needed. Also assists with general office-supply needs.Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

KCSB-FM News Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 In collaboration with the News and Public Affairs Director, the Internal and External News Directors are responsible for producing the daily KCSB newscast. This includes researching, coordinating and writing news stories, and producing stories and periodic special broadcasts on topics that have been lacking in coverage locally or at KCSB. KCSB-FM’s News Department is also responsible for coverage of elections at the national, state, local and University levels. Other duties involve training and managing news interns and volunteer reporters as well as coordinating outreach to the community. Areas of coverage will be prioritized on a quarterly basis by the News Department. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks: Training reporters Identifying, assigning and tracking current events and local stories, including at the University and in Isla Vista Produce local newscasts as scheduledDaily upkeep of KCSB News social media (Twitter, Soundcloud, Facebook, kcsb.org)Hosting weekly reporter meetings and maintaining consistent follow-up with reporters.Co-coordinates at least one news-related event per quarterRemains on-call and available for coverage of local emergencies/breaking news.Member of Program Mediation and Review Committee (only applies to Internal News Director, not External News Director) Suggested Qualifications: Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended. Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities: Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Winter break (depending on job position). Expected to attend all KCSB events. Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings. Must maintain a program on FM during employment. Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department. Job starts goes until June 2019.

KCSB-FM Promotions Director at KCSB-FM 91.9

Employer: KCSB-FM 91.9 Expires: 05/08/2018 The Promotions Director coordinates station promotion opportunities such as ticket giveaways, interviews, and tabling at events. As a result, he/she corresponds regularly with local venues, promoters, artists, and others to set up these opportunities. The Promotions Director also maintains a calendar of community events. The Promotions Director works closely with the Production Coordinator to ensure PSAs are made for events the station sponsors or otherwise promotes. The Promotions Director also works with the A.S. Assistant Director for Independent Media and KCSB Advisor on the annual fund drive and other projects to raise the radio station’s visibility. Partial List of Duties/Regular Tasks Administers giveaways Contacts promoters and venues about in-kind promotional arrangements Works with Production Coordinator on PSAs Maintains community calendar Helps organize KCSB’s small events for the University and SB communities Co-leads Promotions Subcommittee Coordinates volunteers for various tabling opportunities Organizes and appoints volunteer work for KCSB events Suggested Qualifications:Should have an understanding of the radio station, our media ethics, its operations, its policies, and its bylaws. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize tasks, complete projects on time, and meet deadlines strongly recommended.Overarching Executive Committee responsibilities:Must be present in Santa Barbara for at least half of Summer and half of Winter break (depending on the job position).Expected to attend all KCSB events.Must attend weekly Executive Committee meetings.Must maintain a program on FM during employment.Must lead and conduct a volunteer subcommittee for your department.Job goes until June 2019

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