Account Executive/Sales Position
Woof Boom Radio is well respected in our community as being a partner to everyone with our radio stations.
We are continuing to grow and seek new opportunities in the form of different markets and passionate talent.
We proudly operate the these stations:
WLBC-FM, 102.9 FM & 1340 AM WXFN, 104.9 WERK-FM, in Muncie, Indiana
93.5 WMXQ-FM (MAX), in Hartford City, Indiana
96.7 WBKQ-FM (BLAKE), in Alexandria, Indiana
103.7 FM & 1240 AM WHBU, in Anderson, Indiana
104.9 WEGE-FM, 93.1 WWSR-FM, and 940 WCIT-AM, in Lima, Ohio
WFGF-FM in Wapakoneta, Ohio
107.1 WDOH-FM in Delphos, Ohio and
106.7 WKHL-FM, in Lafayette, Indiana
Our organization is a close-knit group looking for someone who wants to advance in their sales career.
This rewarding position offers training and support for those who show the motivation and passion for the industry. The great people of Woof Boom are challenged and rewarded.
You will be selling our radio stations along with our growing digital advertising offerings. This is a salaried position that transitions into commission.
As you can see by how far we expand in the midwest, we have a lot of locations that we operate out of – but the main four are:
Why Should You Apply:
Health and other benefits
Company matched 401K
Excellent growth opportunites
No commissions cap
To learn more about the company, please visit our website at woofboom.com
To learn more about the position available, please call us at 765-288-4403
Job Types: Full-time, Commission
Part Time Board Op
Now’s the time to be a part of a great Indiana owned and operated company that uses its voice to build our community. Woof Boom Radio (WHBU, WXFN, WERK, MAX, BLAKE, and WLBC) is looking for a reliable, hard-working, committed person to join our team on a part-time basis. This can be an entry-level position for someone who has an interest/passion for the radio industry, but Industry experience is a plus. You’ll be trained on producing our live on location broadcasts and will occasionally represent our group at community events. Expect 5-15 hours a week. Those will vary, but will be focused on nights and weekends. Flexibility is important. Starting pay is $8/hour. Valid Indiana driver’s license required, and other employment checks are required before hiring.
For consideration, send your resume to: Jay.firstname.lastname@example.org
Woof Boom Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All internships are unpaid.
Business – The business intern’s responsibility is to assist in the daily and monthly duties for the Business Department, including the Traffic Office and Reception. Requirements for this position include: basic understanding of clerical duties, ability to operate multi-line phones and typical office equipment, knowledge of proper business etiquette, knowledge in all Microsoft programs, ability to master new computer skills quickly,strong communication skills, ability to multi-task, and strong organization skills. Email resume & cover letter to Debbie Myers at Debbie.Myers@woofboom.com
Sales – This is an interactive and dynamic internship that relies on the intern to be self-motivated and disciplined, with a passion for learning. The intern will create sales marketing materials that will be used to upsell current clients and sell prospects advertising campaigns on our radio stations. The intern will go on actual sales calls with account executives to learn about the sales process. The intern will work on sales initiatives that connect radio advertising with online advertising opportunities. Email resume & cover letter to Liz Valpatic at Liz.Valpatic@woofboom.com
Sports Focused Sales – This is an interactive and dynamic internship that relies on the intern to be self-motivated and disciplined with a passion for learning. The intern will create sales marketing materials that will be used to upsell current clients and sell prospects advertising campaigns on our radio stations. This allows you to turn your passion for sales and sports into the ultimate internship! The intern will go on actual sales calls with account executives to learn about the sales process. The intern will work on sales intiatives that connect radio advertising with online advertising opportunities.
Email resume & cover letter to Liz Valpatic at Liz.Valpatic@woofboom.com
Interns are selected on the basis of professional potential. We look at our internship program as a developing ground for future employees — that’s not to say all interns will get hired here, but one of our goals is to see how many responsibilities an intern can handle, on the chance an employment opportunity becomes available. So this isn’t a coffee-fetching, grunt work internship. We trust our interns to handle duties that require the utmost in responsibility, diligence and enthusiasm.
Tip: when applying for an internship, specify which particular post you’re interested in. Tell us not just why you’d be good for that internship, but why that particular internship would be good for you.
How to Apply
It’s best to e-mail your resume and cover letter, though we do accept applications by regular mail. Please indicate which internships you’re most interested in, and send your information to the attention of the appropriate person above, care of:
Woof Boom Radio Internship Program
800 E. 29th St.
Muncie, Indiana 47302
- Current college student (junior, senior, post-graduate).
- Internship must be taken for credit.
- Familiarity with Woof Boom Radio and East Central Indiana market is preferred.
- Previous radio or other media experience (school, internship, or professional) preferred.
- Responsibility, judgment, organization, dependability, promptness, initiative, creativity, and efficiency are key to the success of interns along with the ability to handle deadlines, writing, and audio production.
- Personal transportation required.
Duration/Hours – **All Internships are unpaid**
- Fall (@ August – November)
- Winter (@ November – February)
- Spring (@ February – May)
- Summer (@ May – August)
- Sales/Web Promotions Assistant Internships have flexible schedules and are filled on an as needed basis.
During the internship, interns gain exposure to the realities of working in radio and gain exposure to related fields. Interns have the opportunity to prove themselves and determine if radio is a career for them. Interns make friends and contacts that they can network with as they start their career. After interns complete their term at Woof Boom Radio, some return to school and share their new experiences. Other interns volunteer or temp at the station. A few become part-time employees. Occasionally, interns obtain full-time positions at Woof Boom Radio. Many interns take their experiences to other media outlets where they begin rewarding careers.
Woof Boom Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.