WXPN, the non-commercial radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, is looking for a World Cafe Producer.
WXPN is looking for a Producer for World Cafe. Now in its 25th year, World Cafe is a 2 hour daily national music program distributed by NPR. Reporting to the Executive Producer/WXPN Assistant General Manager for Programming, the Producer will edit and produce the work of the hosts and contributors for radio and digital distribution. S/he will assist hosts and contributors in developing creative ideas, research, post-production and editing of the content.
BA/BS or equivalent experience required. At least three years of outstanding production and editorial decision making experience in radio, television or podcasting required. Must have demonstrated proficiency in writing and editorial abilities and the ability to research, develop and source stories. Must have demonstrated experience in storytelling, developing a narrative arc of an interview and excellent understanding of the standards and practices of journalism. Must possess excellent technical skills & experience with software like Pro Tools. Adobe Audition & Cool Edit to produce and edit sessions; blogging software like Wordpress and content management systems; Master Control or some other form of digital audio playlist software. Ideal candidate must have impeccable organizational skills, a successful history of managing a demanding workload, and demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Must be adept at communicating effectively across all levels of leadership while inspiring confidence. Strong candidate should be deeply immersed in the world of music, with emphasis on the AAA format, interested, curious, and excited about the musical landscape and can bring creative ideas to the team.
Formal application for this position MUST be made through the University of Pennsylvania Online Employment System on the
https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu website. When you "search open positions" enter the job reference no., and click on "search."
Special Requirements: Background Check Required
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Reference No.: 81-24601
Level: 026
Employment Type: Full Time

Deadline for Applications: January 10, 2017
No phone calls, please.

The University of Pennsylvania is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer. (posted 12/12/16)

The Department of Arts & Entertainment Enterprise of Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts and Design seeks candidates for a full time faculty appointment in its Bachelor of Science in Music Industry Program to teach courses in a variety of areas in the music business (e.g., recording industry, publishing industry, artist management, new media, marketing, or social networking) and, as Assistant Program Director, will team with the Program Director to handle program administration. Depending on the successful candidate's qualifications, the appointment may be either a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level, or a contract position as Assistant Teaching Professor.
Substantial music industry experience and the ability to teach courses in a variety of areas in the music business (e.g., recording industry, publishing industry, artist management, new media, marketing, or social networking).
M.B.A. or Masters Degree in a related discipline required.
Demonstrated evidence of the following: depth and breadth of working knowledge of the current music industry both domestic and worldwide; direct experience with new media, digital technology and/or telecommunications industry; knowledge of music industry legal policy, the live-music industry, recorded music, music publishing; connections in the music industry useful to our co-op program.
Prior teaching experience in higher education required.
Ability to administer/manage an academic program strongly desired. 
Essential Functions:
Teach undergraduate courses in Music Industry business.
Mentor students in their Senior Projects, which are capstone projects encompassing a nine-month span from planning to completion.
Serve as Assistant Program Director of the Music Industry Program.
Continue to develop music industry professional connections useful for the Music Industry Program.
Maintain involvement in appropriate professional organizations and a continued professional research/creative agenda.
Contribute to curriculum development and service to the program. 
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