WUCF-FM, a service of the University of Central Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. In accordance with the FCC's EEO regulations, any organization that distributes information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refers job seekers to employers may request that it be provided notice of WUCF-FM job vacancies as they occur.
If your organization would like to be notified of such vacancies, please contact Ms. Kayonne Riley, Station Manager, WUCF-FM, PO Box 162199, Orlando, FL 32816-2199, or contact her via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each organization that wishes to be given notice of job vacancies must provide its name, mailing address, e-mail address (if applicable), telephone number, and contact person, and identify the category or categories of vacancies of which it requests notice. (An organization may request notice of all vacancies).
|WUCF-FM FULL-TIME VACANCIES DURING THE PRECEDING YEAR|
The WUCF-FM reviews it status regarding hiring and seeks its candidates through the University of Central Florida's Human Resource Department; this department stringently follows the University's EEO policy regarding discrimination in hiring (http://www.eeo.ucf.edu/documents/DiverseApplicantPool.pdf). WUCF-FM complies with the discrimination policies set by the University's President John C. Hitt (http://www.eeo.ucf.edu/documents/PresidentsStatement.pdf).
WUCF-FM offers internship opportunities for students registered in the Radio-Television Program for the UCF College of Sciences. These opportunities provide training in board operations, production activities, and meet the student's requirement for formal hands-on training. During the past year, WUCF-FM had two (2) student interns during the preceding year (one in fall semester 2015 and one in spring semester 2016). Interns worked in the areas of production, administration, and marketing. WUCF-FM offers a broad level of training as the involvement is greater at our smaller station that is found with larger media operations. All students received direct supervision and training from experienced broadcast professionals. These students worked at the station for 320 hours combined. One of the interns returned to WUCF during this past summer as an OPS (Other Personnel Services) employee.
During the period from September 1, 2015 through August 31, 2016, WUCF-FM hired five (5) work-study students enrolled at UCF. WUCF trains and utilizes work-study students for administrative, production, board-operations, and engineering positions. The total number of work-study hours came to 2745.75.
In addition, WUCF-FM provides opportunities for volunteers who wish to learn various aspects of radio station operations. Some volunteers are university students and some volunteers are from within the community. During the past year, we had three (3) student volunteers who contributed 157 hours to the marketing, promotions, and events element of the station. During this same period, WUCF-FM had one volunteer from the community who produced his own show for weekend broadcasts. As with the students, seasoned staff work closely with, train, and mentor volunteers to the various broadcasting practices, techniques, and operations that are needed to be successful at WUCF-FM or elsewhere in the industry.
In addition, we had fourteen (14) volunteers from the community during this period who contributed thirty-five hours during fund drives to help the station raise funds needed for operations.
This page was last reviewed/updated on 09/07/2016