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INTERIM GENERAL MANAGER WBAI 9/1/06

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF RESUMES IS 9/1/06

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TITLE: INTERIM GENERAL MANAGER (Job Code 0806iGMI)

STATUS: REGULAR FULL TIME

SITE: WBAI-PACIFICA RADIO

REPORTS TO: PACIFICA FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

SALARY RANGE: $55,000-$65,000

DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2006 – 5PM

CORPORATION: The Pacifica Foundation is a non-profit
agency providing educational and media services.
Mission: To establish a Foundation organized and
operated exclusively for education purposes no part of
the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any
member of the Foundation. Corporation services are
provided in Berkeley and North Hollywood, CA,
Washington, D.C., Houston, TX and New York, NY.
Pacifica is an established 501 (c) (3) non-profit
organization.

DEFINITION: The General Manager will work under the
supervision of the Executive Director. The General
Manager is responsible and accountable for overall
administration, personnel, programming, financing,
technical operations and public relations of the
station. Working with the staff, the Local Station
Board and the community, the General Manager is
responsible for monitoring and guiding the station.
This is a full-time, exempt position. The General
Manager serves at will and in accordance with the
Pacifica by-laws.

MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Maintain the fiscal the integrity of the station
through membership/fundraising activities, budget
management, and compliance with Pacifica National
Board and Pacifica National Office policies and
practices.
2. Ensure program content complies with all necessary
state and Federal laws, regulations and requirements
as well as Pacifica programming policies and
requirements.
3. Supervise program director and communicate
programming goals and initiatives.
4. Ensure completion of and compliance with necessary
public file reports, annual CPB Station Activity
Surveys, FCC license renewal applications, EEO
mandates, charity registration with state Attorney
General, OSHA regulations, or other necessary state
and Federal filing.
5. Attend Pacific National Board meetings four times a
year.
6. Serve as a non-voting member of the station’s LSB,
attending once per month as an ex-officio member.
7. Supervise all station staff, paid/unpaid.
8. Follow all Pacific procedures, and state and
Federal laws, regarding employment processing,
recruitment and selection, hiring, termination, and
other personnel actions, and follow the Pacifica
Foundation employment handbook and union contract.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

9. In collaboration with CFO, the ED, prepare
station’s annual budget and present to the LSB and PNB
10. Prepare station budget and reports for revenue
and expense oversight and ensure that station’s
maintain a balanced budget and/or within Board and
National Office guidelines.
11. Ensure transmitter function and compliance with
all necessary local, state and Federal laws and
regulations.
12. Ensure maintenance of physical plant in
conjunction with Chief Engineer and/or Operations
Manager.
13. In coordination with a Program Director,
present an annual program report to the Executive
Director, Local Station Board, and Pacifica National
Board in line with Pacifica’s mission, PNB policies
and National Office priorities and/or goals.
14. Establish, maintain and review programming
goals and services in line with Pacifica’s mission and
goals.
15. Oversee technical broadcast operations and
program content, delivery, format and schedule.
16. To select a regular Program Director from a
pool of candidates presented by the station’s Local
Station Board.
17. Work with Local Elections Supervisor on
implementing Pacifica governance election procedures
and policies. Communicate and enforce Fair Campaign
Provisions to staff. Provide office facilities to
Local Elections Supervisor
18. Report to the PNB quarterly on the status of
diversity of station staffing, programming and
audience (data permitting) within the radio station
areas.
19. Attend trade union contract negotiations,
handle grievance process, and manage union employees.

20. Ensure that public safety measures are in place
at the station for all staff, members of the general
public, and visitors.
21. Represent the station and Pacifica at public
forums. Handle media relations for the station
22. Broadcast monthly report to listeners with at
least half the scheduled time allotted for call-ins.
23. Devise, with the Development Director a
strategy and plan for fundraising in and outside the
station.
24. Maintain a website for the station.
25. Maintain publication of programming schedules
on the stations websites and in other appropriate
venues.
26. Maintain publication of appropriate and network
information, including those required by law (i.e.,
EEO) or by policy.
27. Other duties as assigned

Job descriptions are subject to change without notice
based on the needs of Agency/Program.

Education: Degree in broadcasting, business or
similar experience. Degree preferred.

Experience: Minimum 5-years of related actual job
experience, preferably in public broadcasting.

Skills and Abilities: Emphasis on communication
skills (written and oral); management skills (e.g.,
planning, motivating, organizing, innovating, etc.);
and industry skills (programming, marketing, fund
raising, etc.) Must be detailed oriented.

Other Skills: Ability to manage multiple changing
priorities. Requires critical thinking and ability to
support people with difficult challenges. Requires
good judgment.

THE PACIFICA FOUNDATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER

Pacifica Foundation does not discriminate on the basis
of race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national
origin, Ethnicity, gender, age, marital status,
disability, medical condition, or sexual orientation.
Women and minorities are encouraged
to apply.

Send resume and letter of interest to:

WBAI- Interim General Manager Search
Job Code 0806iGM
PO Box 400
New York, NY 10272

E-mail: wbaigmsearch@yahoo.com

RESUMES MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPT 1, 2006 – 5P.M.

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