If you are a University of Iowa student looking for an exciting new challenge, we have just the thing for you!
Student Broadcasters Incorporated is currently accepting applications for all KRUI director positions for the 2013-14 academic year.
GO HERE for position information and applications. Applicants may apply for more than one director position. The application deadline for General Manager is Tuesday, March 15th. The application deadline for all other positions is Monday, March 25th. Interested parties are encouraged to discuss these positions with current directors for further information.
Being on KRUI’s Directing Staff is a great way to get more involved with the station, and to contribute to KRUI’s impact in the local community. It is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the greatest student organizations on campus in a large way. Many KRUI directors move on to bigger and better things when they’re done at the station — just in the last two years, graduates have gone on to work at ESPN, WGN, 93 XRT, and other great companies.
About the Interview Process
Interviews will last roughly 15 minutes, and will include SBI members and the applicant. Following the hiring procedure used in previous years, SBI as a group which decide which people will be appointed as directors. These positions will start May 1st, and will run through April of 2014.
About the Application Process
Any and all students are encouraged to apply for a director position, but in order to be considered for a position the applicant must be enrolled as full or part time student at the University of Iowa for the Fall 2014 semester. Directors are expected to commit 10 hours per week to the station, and a small monthly stipend is offered to offset the cost of spending your time working at the KRUI.
Student Broadcasters Inc, a nonprofit group incorporated through the State of Iowa, is composed of graduate students, professors, and stake-holders from across campus and acts as an advisory board to the KRUI Board of Directors. SBI holds the station’s FCC license to broadcast, is tasked with interviewing and hiring department directors, and works to ensure long-term station continuity. For more information about KRUI’s mission and goals, visit the About page.