Are you interested in joining a high performing team and taking the next step in your career? WHRO is seeking an experienced self-starter to learn all activities of the WHRO Development Department. This position will work on special projects with the Chief Development Officer and support a variety of other department operations. Long known for its public service mission, WHRO is the only public broadcasting station in the Unites States that is owned by a collaboration of 19 local public school districts. Through WHRO-TV, WHRO FM, WHRV FM, its web site, and educational content delivered online to more than 286,000 students and 25,000 teachers, WHRO enriches the lives of the people of Eastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina every day.
This position will oversee special projects, both short and long term assigned by the Chief Development Officer. Support major fundraising initiatives, as needed. Maintain office services by organizing office operations and procedures; filing systems, defining procedures for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records. Assist with other departmental projects and events, as needed. Also handle membership and audience servicing calls when needed. Enter donations into fundraising database during TV and radio pledge periods. Coordinate and schedule development department meetings and produce written outcomes.
Requirements: Ttwo years of college or the equivalent with 2-3 years of preferably non-profit experience. This position requires proven organizational skills with demonstrated ability in customer service, excellent written and communication skills and the ability to manage projects and resources. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel and the ability to learn new database systems, multitask, be flexible and adaptable to change. Some nights and weekends are required.
For consideration, interested candidates must submit a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
Attn: Sherby Wilks, Human Resources Officer
5200 Hampton Blvd.; Norfolk, VA 23508
ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
(Part Time – 15 hrs. week)
Reports to: Controller
Basic Purpose of the Job:
Process deposits, make journal entries and assist with other general accounting duties.
Major Job Duties:
- Deposits: Process Membership, Accounts Receivable and other general deposits.
- Data Entry: Journal Entry preparation and entry. Entering of Accounts Receivable invoices.
- Assist controller with month end closing, audit reports, and other reporting as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Very Organized and detailed as well as ability to switch gears to manage multiple projects and deadlines. Intermediate level proficiency with Word and Excel, Automated Accounting systems. Must have excellent grammar, professional phone decorum, and a desire to grow professionally. College degree not required but some Accounting college level classes is preferred. Work experience in Accounting can be substituted for education.
Has regular contact at WHRO with employees as well as with external individuals and businesses.
Experience with accounting software applications such as Solomon for Windows desired. Knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel, required.
ONLINE COURSE CONTENT AREA REVIEW TEAM (CART) MEMBER
Online Course Content Area Review Team (CART) members are needed for the following subjects: French I
Description: For the past seven years, WHRO has developed online secondary student courses that are aligned with the Virginia Standards of Learning. These original courses are modular, instructor-facilitated, textbook-independent, and media-rich. The scope of the content development will involve two different types of projects. French I and Psychology will be created as new online courses. The following courses will be revision projects: Algebra I, Algebra II/Trigonometry, Geometry, and Virginia and US History. These courses will be updated and re-aligned to meet current Virginia Standards of Learning and other national standards.
After the content creation and instructional design portion of the course creation process, the Content Area Review Team (CART) members work collaboratively to evaluate each module of learning for design, content, quality and standards. Once a module is reviewed through an online tracking system, the CART members participate in follow-up conference calls to discuss any needed changes, along with course content developers, instructional designers, and project managers.
Education: Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 - 5 years teaching experience in a specific secondary content area (i.e. History and Social Science) and/or curriculum supervisory experience in a specific subject area.
Required Qualifications: A qualified candidate must demonstrate:
- Possession of a current Virginia Teaching License with appropriate endorsement(s);
- A thorough knowledge of content and associated standards of course being developed;
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate ideas and information effectively, clearly, and concisely;
- Previous experience with developing learning objectives and instructional activities that support a variety of learning styles;
- The ability to review content and assessment items that are rigorous and correlate to middle and higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy;
- Experience with curriculum design principles and practices;
- Exemplary time management, communications, inter-personal, verbal, listening, problem solving, decision-making, organizational, and troubleshooting skills;
- The ability to work in a collaborative environment; and
- The ability to use the internet and a word processor.
Please note that chosen candidates must attend an online training on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 from 6 – 8 pm and training at WHRO’s Norfolk location on Monday, March 31, 2014 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.
- Prior experience with online learning and online course development
- Online teaching experience and or online teaching facilitator training
- Attendance at a Virginia Department of Education Standards of Learning Institute (if applicable)
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a resume to Whitney Raymo by March 1, 2014 at
WHRO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
PART-TIME CLASSICAL RADIO ANNOUNCER
This position is primarily responsible for station operation including hosting classical music programs, reading announcements on-air and operation of studio equipment including computer automation. The applicant should be able to demonstrate a familiarity with the music and a friendly, relaxed on-air presence, as well as a willingness and ability to learn various radio computer systems. Enthusiasm for the job a must. Approximately 6 – 10 hours per week with occasional filling in for vacationing announcers.
WHRO is currently seeking temporary part-time production personnel to fill occasional TV studio and remote positions. We’re looking for teleprompter operators, studio and field camera people, CG operators, floor directors and grips. A minimum of six (6) months experience required.