• Station Manager Wanted

    Posted: 10/24/2021

    Simsbury Community Television (SCTV) is hiring a new Station Manager
    Do you have a passion for digital media and diverse programming?  Do you want to make community impact and leave your legacy through a rare opportunity to evolve the station and its offerings?
    Simsbury Community Television, Inc. (SCTV) is looking for a dynamic, hands-on Station Manager to operate the local Community Access Station serving the Town of Simsbury.  The station is currently undergoing new branding and refreshed programming to reach a broader audience on a variety of digital platforms while maintaining its core value to encourage the free expression of diverse ideas and opinions.
    Responsibilities: Running the daily operations of the station; scheduling programs for the Public, Educational and Government channels and managing the station’s website and alternative media communications. The ability to use data for insights, reporting, and strategic recommendations. May assist with community engagement activities.  
    Requirements: Experience required in all aspects of audio/video studio and field production and video equipment experience a must; excellent communication and organizations skills; detail orientation; social media proficiency; strong computer and networking skills. Proven track record in developing strategic programming to increase viewership while creatively sourcing community volunteers.  Grant writing experience and community outreach a plus.  
    The Station Manager reports directly to and supports the SCTV Board of Directors.
    Hours of operation: 40 Hours weekly, Monday through Friday with flexibility and with occasional evening meetings. 
    Salary range is $40,000 - $55,000 and dependent on relative experience
    Interested candidates should send a resume to management@simsburytv.org. Applications will be accepted through Wednesday, November 24, 2021. 
    SCTV is a nonprofit 501(c)3 serving the community of Simsbury since 1984. SCTV facilities are located in Eno Hall on Hopmeadow Street and is available free of charge to trained volunteers for community programming.