Citadel Seeks P-T Continuity Assistant

April 9, 2010 by

SYRACUSE -- Citadel Broadcasting is looking for a part-time assistant to help with continuity.  The job includes a wide variety of duties, 10 hours a week, Monday-Friday, according to a job posting recently listed online.

The job description, listed on America's Job Exchange through the NYS Department of Labor, reads as follows:

Part-time Continuity Assistant in Syracuse, NY, for Citadel Broadcasting Company. Requires a mature individual. Approximately 10 hours per week, Monday-Friday. Duties will include editing, processing, producing and uploading digital audio content of commercial and infomercials, light voiceover duties, coordination commercial schedules with audio inventory, identifying discrepancies, and ensuring availability of scheduled commercials content. Previous experience with Adobe Audition and Scott Studios computer application will be very advantageous. Must be able to work independently, but willing to ask for assistance or direction when needed. Starting pay DOE. EEO M/F/AA

Please mail or e-mail resume and cover letter to: Citadel Broadcasting Company, Attn: Human Resources, 1064 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13203; or e-mail: No phone calls.

A benefit package may or may not be available. Request specific information from the employer.

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