Jobs and Internships

Fundraising Telephone Representative

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We are searching for articulate individuals for the position of Telephone Fundraiser to call donors on behalf of non-profit public service television and radio. We are now recruiting for dynamic and goal oriented candidates for a fulfilling and challenging role. As a telephone fundraiser, you will speak directly to existing and new donors and, therefore, need to represent effectively and courteous

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Corporate Sponsorship Sales Representative

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WVIA is seeking a high-energy and persuasive sales professional to join our corporate sponsorship team. As a corporate sponsorship sales representative you will be responsible for the sale of radio and TV sponsorship messages, digital media and events. This is an outside sales position where you will manage an active account list and have a focus on developing new business.

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Internships

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Gain experience from one of the best Public Media organizations in the country.

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