LAZER 99.3 STREET TEAM

LAZER 99.3 STREET TEAM (Part-Time)

Are you a college student or post-grad looking for your break-out role in radio? Eager to get into the biz? Here’s your chance… We’re looking for candidates interested in working part-time in the Lazer 99.3 Street Team. Candidates should be outgoing, responsible and hard working.

Ideal Candidate: College student majoring in Communications or related field.  This is an entry level position.

Job Description: Assist with Station Special Events and Sales Appearances (Retail and Community appearances, Concerts, etc.) and help with the execution of community service programs.

Responsibilities: Driving station vehicles / On-site set-up of station materials / positive interaction with listeners and clients / follow through with clientele.

Requirements
· Must live in greater Springfield, MA area
· 18 years of age or older
· Valid state drivers’ license and a clean driving record
· Availability to work nights, weekends & holidays A MUST
· Ability to multi-task, think and work independently
· Organized, efficient, and consistent in work performance
· Appropriate dress and demeanor required
· Positive attitude
· Must be able to accommodate a flexible schedule.

Physical Requirements
· May require lifting or moving up to 60 lbs.
· Good hand/eye coordination
· Ability to stand for extended periods of time
· Ability to maneuver in small spaces

Please send resume to:
Alex Byrne
Promotions Director Lazer 99.3
45 Fisher Ave.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028

Fax: (413) 525-4334

alex@springfieldrocks.com

PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS

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