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  • FOR CONSIDERATION: Forward resume and cover letter to:

    HR Director/Website
    WOFL-FOX35
    35 Skyline Drive
    Lake Mary, FL 32746
    Fax to 407-805-0888

    E-Mail as an attachment in MS-Word to: wofl-hr@foxtv.com

    Please identify position. No phone calls please.

    EOE/M/F/Veteran/Disabled: VEVRAA Federal Sub-Contractor; Jean Fromm, HR Director Hiring Contact.

    Organizations that regularly distribute information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refer job seekers to employers may request WOFL/WRBW/WOGX to provide them with information about full-time openings at the station. Such requests must include the organization's name, mailing address, e-mail address if applicable, telephone number and contact person, and identify the category or categories of job openings for which it requests notices. Requests should be directed to Human Resources, WOFL FOX35 at 35 Skyline Drive, Lake Mary, FL 32746. We appreciate your organization's help in publicizing our job openings! WOFL/WRBW/WOGX-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    FOX TELEVISION STATIONS, INC.
    WOFL/WRBW - ORLANDO
    WOGX OCALA/GAINESVILLE
    FSS MIAMI/FT LAUDERDALE

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    Current Openings Posted July 18, 2014

    The following represent brief/broad descriptions. It is not intended, nor should it be construed, to represent a comprehensive and, /or exhaustive description of all duties/responsibilities and requisite skills associated with the position.

    ENGINEERING/PRODUCTION

    PRODUCTION TECH – (Regular Full Time): Assist director with various aspects of production including video camera, audio console, character generator, video recorder and lighting board. College degree or equivalent work experience in film or television preferred. Basic understanding of television production and computers. Weekends and holidays required.

    PROGRAMMING

    PROGRAM MANAGER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Manage all aspects of station programming and reporting including: maintenance of program and movie schedules; program orders and schedules; and program/film contracts. Ensure compliance with FCC reporting and Closed Captioning processes. Meet with syndicators. Maintain Public File in compliance with regulations. Respond to viewer calls and staff requests. Strong PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office. Must be detail oriented and have excellent organizational, communication and time management skills. Must have the ability to effectively multi-task and work independently. Experience with Wide Orbit is a plus. Understanding of FCC requirements and importance of compliance. Varied hours and on-call; weekends and OT as needed. College degree. A minimum of 3 yrs. TV experience preferred.

    NEWS

    REPORTER/ANCHOR – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Anchor newscasts as assigned. Use creativity, unique style, originality, innovation, discretion and good news judgment to enterprise, prepare and disseminate news stories in newscasts, during live reports, on the web and various social media sites. Find local information in an innovative way. Cultivate and maintain contacts and evaluate leads/tips to develop story ideas. Utilize sources to develop substantive news stories. Write creatively and accurately to video. Provide live coverage of breaking events. Take initiative and be a leader in the newsroom. A minimum of three years’ experience working as a reporter and/or anchor in a medium or large market preferred. Good news judgment and knowledge of fair and accurate journalism practices. Ability to tell stories, ask good probing questions in Q&A with reporters and ad-lib effectively. Strong writing skills and thorough knowledge of current events. Excellent people and communication skills; must be a team player. Working knowledge of newsroom computers.

    PHOTOGRAPHER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Shoots and edits video and audio for newscasts, news programming, promotion and other station related purposes. Operates ENG vehicles and equipment. Self-motivated, creative storyteller with strong photography and editing skills and a full understanding of live truck operations. Working knowledge of: DVC Pro/P-2 camera systems and AVID edit systems, lighting and sound equipment, and newsroom computer systems considered a plus. At least 2 years’ experience as a photographer/editor in a television news department is preferred. Willingness and ability to travel for story assignments. Must have valid driver’s license and good driving record.

    REPORTER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Use creativity, unique style, originality, innovation, discretion and good news judgment to enterprise, prepare and disseminate news stories in newscasts, during live reports and on the web site. Find local information in an innovative way. Cultivate and maintain contacts and evaluate leads/tips to develop story ideas. Utilize sources to develop substantive news stories. Write creatively and accurately to video. Provide live coverage of breaking events. Take initiative and be a leader in the newsroom. A minimum of two years’ experience preferred. Good news judgment and knowledge of fair and accurate journalism practices. Ability to tell stories and ad-lib effectively. Strong writing skills and thorough knowledge of current events; must be a team player. Working knowledge of newsroom computers.

    PLANNING PRODUCER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Plan coverage and produce content for newscasts. Work closely with executive producers, producers and reporters to ensure that stories are enterprised and accommodated in newscasts. Daily duties include researching story ideas, booking guests, conducting interviews, and producing stories & segments for the newscasts. Understand the logistics of the assignment desk and the needs of a newscast through a producer’s eyes. Work with web site in developing stories, segments and projects to work in conjunction with newscasts. College degree in broadcast journalism or other related field. Previous assignment desk and/or producing experience preferred. Working knowledge of newsroom computers and the Internet.

    PRODUCER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Produce and meet strategic goals for assigned newscasts. Create newscasts with impact by writing stories and teases creatively and effectively. Research and present compelling story ideas at daily editorial meetings. Utilize social media tools to engage and attract viewers. Strong creative writing skills and editorial judgment are a must. Working knowledge of newsroom computer systems, the Internet, graphic and production equipment, ENG & SNG remotes is desirable. College degree in an applicable discipline such as broadcast journalism. Prior experience in a television news department producing newscasts. Must work well under deadline pressure during breaking news.

    ASSOCIATE PRODUCER – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Write stories for news programs. Select appropriate video and sound for stories. Assist anchors, reporters and producers in preparing stories for broadcast and the web. Work with the assignment desk in gathering information. Produce newscasts as needed under management supervision. Strong creative writing skills and editorial judgment are a must. Working knowledge of newsroom computer systems, the Internet, graphic and production equipment, ENG & SNG remotes is desirable. Must work well under deadline pressure. College degree in an applicable discipline such as broadcast journalism or equivalent job experience is preferred.

    METEOROLOGIST – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Provide weather forecasts for broadcast, web and social media outlets as assigned. Report live in studio and on location. Conduct interviews and interact with the public. A minimum of three years’ experience working as a weather anchor. Must be able to work effectively on various media platforms. Must possess strong on air abilities, be creative and ad-lib effectively. Must have good news judgment and knowledge of fair and accurate journalism practices. Excellent people and communication skills; must be a team player. Expert knowledge of weather and newsroom computers. AMS Seal required. Barons/WSI background helpful. Hurricane forecasting experience a plus.

    SALES

    WOFL/WRBW ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE – (Regular Full Time / Orlando): Develop understanding of FOX35 and MY65’s product. Market the stations to the advertising community. Produce and present effective sales strategies to existing and developed accounts that solve client problems and increase station revenues. Develop relationships with developmental retail clients, existing TV advertisers and their agencies. College degree and a minimum of two years’ work experience preferred. Candidate should possess top communication skills and be service oriented. Experience with new business development preferred. Knowledge of Scarborough, NSI, Wide Orbit, TV Scan and general computer skills a plus. Must have valid driver’s license.

    WOGX ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE – (Regular Full Time / Gainesville): Develop understanding of FOX51's product. Market the station to the advertising community. Produce and present effective sales strategies to existing and developed accounts that solve client problems and increase station revenues. Develop relationships with developmental retail clients, existing TV advertisers and their agencies. College degree or equivalent work experience. Candidate should possess top communication skills and be service oriented. Experience with new business development preferred. Knowledge of Scarborough, NSI, Enterprise, TV Scan and general computer skills a plus. Must have valid driver's license. This position is in our Gainesville office.

    FOR CONSIDERATION FOR POSITIONS LISTED ABOVE: Forward resume and cover letter to: HR Director/Website, WOFL-FOX35, 35 Skyline Drive, Lake Mary, FL 32746. Fax to 407-805-0888. E-Mail to: wofl-hr@foxtv.com. Please identify position and referral source.

    EOE/M/F/Veteran/Disabled: VEVRAA Federal Sub-Contractor; Jean Fromm, HR Director Hiring Contact.

    For opportunities at other 21st Century Fox companies, please visit http://www.21cf.com/careers.

    Fox Television Stations Sales Sales Training Program

    Description: Fox Television Stations Sales is seeking applicants for its Sales Training Program. The overall goal of the Training Program is to provide an internal pool of talent for future Account Executive positions within Fox Television Stations and Fox Stations Sales. Individuals must commit to a three-year program and must be geographically mobile. Assignments during and after completion of the program may be in any of the Fox Stations Sales offices or Stations located throughout the continental United States.

    Responsibilities Include:

    • Assumes responsibilities for the retention and application of knowledge imparted through the training sessions and supplemental development modules.
    • To gain the knowledge and training required for the position of an Account Executive within the Fox organization.
    • Assumes responsibility for the accuracy and consistency of work assigned and for its completion within the time schedules determined by the Program Trainer.
    • Assumes responsibility for the understanding and retention of knowledge of all Company policies and procedures pertinent to this position and as an Employee of the Company.

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
    • Formal educational background.
    • Aggressive self-starter with excellent communication, computer and organizational skills.
    • Two-three years prior related work experience.
    • Must be geographically mobile within the continental United States.
    • Must be able to commit to a three-year program and sign a Personal Services Agreement for up to three years.


    Qualified Applicants for Sales Training Program send resume and cover letter to:
    Dorian Kasuba, Human Resources Director
    Fox Television Stations, FSS-TP
    205 East 67th Street, New York, NY 10065
    E-mail: myjobs@foxtv.com

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