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Announcer - Thompson MB

Updated: Mar 20


If you’ve been dreaming of a career in radio, make that dream a reality.

 

Our company, Arctic Radio (1982) Ltd., has helped launch careers for on-air personalities, news reporters and announcers, and sportscasters for over 50 years.

 

Here’s your chance to join our team at 102.9 CHTM FM (610 AM) in Thompson, MB.

We’ve got an opportunity for the right candidate as an On Air Announcer.

 

We’re looking for someone who:

• has completed relevant courses or has experience in radio broadcasting.

• can host an energetic and interactive radio show that targets our local market.

• is interested in contributing to our online content (blogging, video, pictures, other          material related to our website and other social media platforms.)

• is dedicated to improving their public appearance and speaking skills and eager to         learn the ins and outs of effective on-location remotes.

• has production skills. (Adobe Audition & IMediatouchProduction skills are an asset).

• is versatile, flexible, and understands what it means to work as part of a team.

• doesn’t mind putting in the hours needed to make sure the job gets done right!

• has strong computer skills both on the air and in the office.

• understands that radio isn’t just a Monday-Friday 9-5 job; it’s a lifestyle!

 

Why do you want to work with us?

• We offer a salary that’s competitive in the industry for comparable markets as well as benefits.

• We will work with you to develop your talents and prepare you for your NEXT job.

• We provide opportunities to try roles other than this one.  You never know – you may discover a new career direction!

• Thompson is in the heart of the boreal forest and ideal for the outdoor enthusiast.     From some of the best snowmobile trails in the country and other opportunities for outdoor winter pastimes such as ice-fishing, skiing, hockey and curling, Thompson and our surrounding areas offer an abundance of lakes for swimming, fishing, boating, and more.  Plus there are lots of hiking trails, camping spots and beaches to enjoy.

• Lots of clubs to join for sports and community projects.  They are a great way to meet new people, make new friends and immerse yourself in a unique community.

• We’re a train-ride away from Churchill, home to Canada’s largest polar bear population, whales and, of course, the Aurora Borealis aka the Northern Lights.


Don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

 

Send your résumé’s & demos to:

Tony Taylor

Program Director / 102.9 CHTM

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