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Employment & Internships

We’re hiring for the following positions!

We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those under consideration will be contacted. We regret phone calls will not be accepted.

WMFE is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The station actively encourages applications and nominations of women, persons of color, and members of other underrepresented groups.

 

Health Reporter

Job Title: Health Reporter
Reports To: Radio News Director
Apply By: For Full Consideration apply by August 29, 2014
Position Summary:
WMFE-FM in Orlando is seeking an experienced, professional, and creative Health Reporter to provide in-depth reporting on issues important to our Central Florida listeners. As a reporter, he/she will produce network-quality long-form news and feature stories, interviews, and spots on a variety of health-related topics. S/he will participate in WMFE news series and special coverage. The reporter will also use social media to keep the online audience up to date on news items, and provide blog posts and online content for WMFE.ORG. Must have proof of personal auto insurance, valid Florida Driver’s License, and an acceptable driving record to WMFE’s insurance carrier. EOE & DFW. In Order To Be Considered, you must complete, sign and return the Application (from the link below) along with a letter of interest specifying the position you are applying.

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General Assignment Reporter

Job Title: General Assignment Reporter
Reports To: Radio News Director
Apply By: For Full Consideration apply by August 29, 2014
Position Summary:
WMFE-FM in Orlando is seeking an experienced, professional, and creative General Assignment Reporter to provide in-depth reporting on issues important to our Central Florida listeners. As a reporter, the incumbent will produce network-quality long-form news and feature stories, interviews, and spots on a variety of local topics. S/he will participate in WMFE news series and special coverage. The reporter will also use social media to keep the online audience up to date on news items, and provide blog posts and online content for WMFE.ORG. Must have proof of personal auto insurance, valid Florida Driver’s License, and an acceptable driving record to WMFE’s insurance carrier. EOE & DFW. In Order To Be Considered, you must complete, sign and return the Application (from the link below) along with a letter of interest specifying the position you are applying.

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Apply for this job: How to Apply

 

Radio News Director

Status: WMFE has selected candidates for final interviews. We will no longer accept applications. Thank you for your interest in WMFE!

How To Apply

(In order to be considered, all applicants must return a completed and signed application indicating the position for which you are applying.)

 

 

Please fill out the employment application and send a Letter of Interest specifying the position you are applying for to one of the following:
(Documents sent without a completed Employment Application will not be considered.)

Mail:

WMFE-FM
Human Resources
11510 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32817

Electronic Copies: jobs@wmfe.org

Fax:
Attn: Human Resources
407-206-2791

 


 

Internships at WMFE

The WMFE internship program (unpaid) is intended to provide students with the opportunity to observe and to participate in the daily activities of a public radio station, with the goal of acquiring the skills needed for broadcast employment.

The intern must be currently enrolled in an academic course or program, including but not limited to senior college, community college, advanced degree programs, or vocational schools. Documentation that the student is receiving academic credit for the internship must be provided.

The intern must be available for a minimum of 10 hours per week to participate in the program. The duration of the internship will be specified in advance. While WMFE is happy to consider all internship applications, the student must be able to meet his/her required hours between 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Generally, there is no night or weekend work available.

WMFE is not currently involved in any local television production; therefore, internships for TV Production are not available at this time.

To apply for a WMFE internship, send an e-mail to: jobs@wmfe.org. Please be sure to include your dates of availability and the type of work in which you are most interested.

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