SYRACUSE -- One month after Hunter Scott and Josh Grosvent resigned from 95X (WAQX) -- only to reappear at rival K-ROCK a couple days later, setting off a flurry of legal action -- the Cumulus-owned rocker has officially opened the search for a new morning host. According to the posting, "Qualified Candidates will possess integrity, emotional intelligence, and be someone whose words and actions are true to self and non-hypocritical."
Here's the full text of the job posting which appears on the 95X website, along with a few other job posting websites on the web:
Cumulus Media– Full Time Morning Show Host on 95X!!!!!
WAQX/95X Cumulus Syracuse has an immediate and rare opportunity in mornings on Syracuse’s leading Rock Station!
Qualified Candidates will possess integrity, emotional intelligence, and be someone whose words and actions are true to self and non-hypocritical. Candidates should be well organized, self-motivated, have high energy and passion for the job, be effective multi-taskers and have a competitive attitude that drives them to win.
Candidate’s creativity must entertain a very much appreciated loyal listenership of hard working Central New Yorkers with laughter and enlightenment. A proven history of success developing a brand, ratings, and revenue is a plus, but not required. For more information please go to: www.95x.com.
Responsibilities include but not limited to a live air shift Mon - Fri 5:30 – 9:00 am, appearances, social networking, and planning a daily award winning show.
· Live air shift Monday thru Friday 5:30 – 9:00 am
· Produce and execute live local program relevant to Active Rock Station lifestyle
· Working with the promotions department to assist in local station event executions
· Developing creative client ideas to facilitate local sales staff
· Proven history of on air programming and production work with at least 5 years in Radio Broadcasting industry
· Competitive salary
· Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance Package, Paid Vacation & Holidays
WAQX Opening to: email@example.com. Cumulus Media is an EOE. No phone calls please.
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