PROMOTIONS ASSISTANT

Cumulus Broadcasting (95.5 KLOS & 790 KABC, Los Angeles) is seeking enthusiastic, outgoing, energetic, responsible individuals to represent our station at various events throughout Southern California. You must have a friendly & creative personality, punctuality, a love for people, and be self-motivated. Looking for people to jump on a microphone & entertain large crowds of people, shy people should not apply. Should be familiar with the format of the station and have an interest in radio & music. Must be able to participate in the set-up and breakdown of our promotional booth and equipment, and be able to lift 25-50 pounds. Must have an eye for social content and able to post social media assets, with a full understanding of the three different major social media platforms and how they differ. Candidates must have a clean driving record.  Driving records will be checked. Candidates are required to have a flexible schedule as evening and weekend hours are a must. This position is currently part time with up to 29 hours per week and will be a combination of street team activities, as well as possible administrative/coordination support to the overall promotions department.

 

Send your resumes to: arleen.miya@cumulus.com; REFERENCE: PROMOTIONS ASSISTANTS  mail to 8965 Lindblade St., Culver City, CA 90232

 

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

 

KABC & KLOS are part of Cumulus, an Equal Opportunity Employer, which maintains a drug-free workplace.

 

 

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