Have you ever wanted to work behind-the-scenes at a radio station?
Enjoy geeking out and learning new technical equipment? Love live radio? Want to gain professional experience? Like to meet new people and provide a valuable service? Just want to learn how a radio station works?
Volunteer to become a sound engineer for WORT. We currently have one opening for a sound engineer/board operator. This position involves running live sound for a regular weekly talk radio program.
You will be operating station equipment, including the soundboard, microphones, computers, phone system, CD players, turntables, and satellite feed. You’ll work closely with the host and producer to make sure the program runs smoothly. You will be running the station’s air signal for this hour every week.
WORT currently has an opening for the following shift:
This is a weekly position. You must be available every Monday morning and be able to arrive at the station ready to begin our 8am program. View the position description for more details. Please note that this is a volunteer opportunity.
You must be reliable, responsible, and punctual. If your schedule changes frequently or you don’t own a watch, this is not the opportunity for you!
All positions require a one-year commitment due to the amount of training required. All training is provided. You don’t need to have a technical background as long as you have a willingness to learn.
To apply, please fill out this application and check the “engineer” box.
For more information, please contact Molly Stentz. Email: molly at wortfm.org or call 608-321-9586.