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Jobs at KOSU

There are currently two positions available at KOSU:

Membership Manager

KOSU Radio seeks a strategic fundraising professional to join a nimble and creative development team and lead its membership program. The work you do in this position will help KOSU grow its ability to deliver news, information and cultural programming to the state of Oklahoma.

Duties include identifying, planning and implementing membership strategies to support KOSU's mission and work. This includes member services, stewardship, retention, acquisition and moves management.

The successful candidate will work with KOSU's membership specialist to maintain quality control over KOSU's database operation and coordinate with national entities and the OSU Foundation to implement system upgrades. They are responsible for growing participation and engagement in KOSU's membership program that results in sustainable and growing revenue. The successful candidate will also be the primary manager of KOSU's quarterly membership drives and recommend strategies to improve processes.

They will strategize and recommend events related to membership growth, as well as research and identify new revenue streams, including grants. This person is also responsible for collecting stories of impact from KOSU's work and sharing that information with station leadership and its member base. This position manages backroom activities including customer service, gift management, database management, ledger accounting, dashboard reporting and coordinating work flow with other staff. They will also provide leadership and support for volunteers and interns in KOSU's development department.

KOSU is a public radio service of Oklahoma State University and a member station of National Public Radio. Its programming can be heard by more than 91,000 on-air listeners every week in central, northern and northeastern Oklahoma, parts of Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas and worldwide at kosu.org.

Oklahoma State University, as an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. Oklahoma State University and KOSU are committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all individuals and does not discriminate based on race, religion, age, sex, color, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability or veteran status.

Student News Intern

KOSU seeks a paid news and engagement intern.

KOSU student interns work with our news team on daily news and long-term projects, learning how to write and record news reports for radio and produce digitally-focused reports. Past interns have also worked in engagement, development and production.

Interns can attend any college and also can use the experience as internship, practicum or independent study credits.

If you are interested in a student internship, please contact us at programming@kosu.org.