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Careers at Rhode Island PBS
 


Employment
 

Television Technician
Basic Function: The Television Technician operates and maintains the broadcast equipment relating to the day-to-day operations at the station.
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Broadcast Engineer
Basic Function: The Broadcast Engineer is responsible for the technical operation of the WSBE Rhode Island PBS broadcast facility.
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Grant Writer (Part Time)
Basic Function: The Grant Writer will be responsible for researching, writing, and coordinating the grant application process; management of proposals and maintaining a donor database. The Grant Writer will apply his/her knowledge of fundraising methods and plans to reach income goals and will collaborate with team members in the organization to assist with other fundraising projects.
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Coordinator of Family Literacy
Basic Function: The Education Services Department of Rhode Island PBS provides content and services to support teaching and learning for educators, students, parents and learners of all ages in our community. High-quality public media content and resources are adapted for instructional use, supplemented by in-person and virtual workshops, trainings and community engagement events. With this new position, Rhode Island PBS Education Services will expand its current portfolio of K-12 resources and services to support pre-K/early childhood and adult basic/GED education.
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Prospective employees should submit their resumes to:

Rhode Island PBS
50 Park Lane
Providence, RI 02907-3145

Attention: Personnel Department: Mary-Catherine Armstrong

 

Internships

Internships are available for college students wishing to gain experience and knowledge of the Marketing and Development functions of a broadcast station. Internship would include exposure to the fundraising, marketing and sales activities of the station. Interested students should contact Jodi Mesolella, Director of Membership for further details.

Internships for fall, spring and summer semesters are available for college juniors and seniors seeking experience in Social Media | Communications | Public Relations at Rhode Island PBS. This internship focuses on audience growth and engagement using social media. Internship also includes exposure to public and media relations to promote the station, its programs, and events. Interested students should request the internship description and requirements before applying by contacting Lucie Raposo, Director of Public Information.

Part-time employment for college students currently enrolled in accredited broadcast technologies programs or broadcast-related engineering programs may be available. Contact Richard F. Dunn, Director of Engineering for additional information.

Internships are also available for college students wishing to gain experience and knowledge of the day to day operation of a broadcast station. Internship would include exposure to the Programming, Traffic & Development areas of the station. Interested students should contact Kim Keough, Director of Production, for further details.

Internships for fall, spring and summer semesters are available for college students in our Education Services Department.  This internship focuses on development and distribution of media-based instructional resources and services – full description of services here.  The internship is intended for students currently studying for a career in teaching and/or educational media.  Interested students should please email a cover letter and resume to Jon Rubin, Director of Education Services. 

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