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Student Producer (Job ID 91142)

Description of Duties

Student producers on “The Apple Seed” curate material, write scripts, arrange recording sessions, converse on-air, and otherwise participate in the production of a daily radio program and podcast heard nationally.

Skills and Qualifications

Students with excellent interpersonal skills, great writing skills, a good head for organization, a knack for storytelling, and an interest in radio broadcasting make the best candidates for work on the Apple Seed team.

Application Instructions (how do students apply)

Interested students should send a resume, cover letter, and writing samples to Sam Payne at Jeff Simpson should be copied on all submissions as well, at

Assistant Radio Producer (Job ID 91097)

Description of Duties

Producers will be responsible for working with teams to develop, research, and deliver live or pre-recorded programming for the Constant Wonder show on BYUradio. Brainstorm, pitch, find guests, and research and write content for radio shows that cover a wide range of material. The job is fun but fast-paced. You’ll learn a lot and help create great shows. You’ll also work with teams to improve your own skills and hone systems we work with. Students work with high degree of autonomy, but also accountability.

Skills and Qualifications

Exceptional writing skills; Eagerness to work in a creative, fast-paced environment and meet deadlines; Immersion in current events and ideas; Avid listener of radio podcasts and programs; Good organizational skills; An ability to create successful project from concept to completion; Good interpersonal skills; A sense for what makes a good story; An ability and a willingness to take direction.

Application Instructions

Submit cover letter, resume & writing sample to

Must have regular and consistent attendance at scheduled shift.

Social Media Specialist (Job ID 90980)


We are looking for a part-time student social media specialist with creative spark and a passion for the arts to join the award-winning external relations team for the College of Fine Arts and Communications. Student social media specialists aid the Assistant Dean of External Relations in social media efforts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, college and university campaigns, and with the college’s public relations efforts.


  • Draft and post social media content
  • Create content calendars
  • Create audience audits
  • Create monthly reports (i.e. dashboards, leaderboards)
  • Create content for the College of Fine Arts and Communications website
  • Monitor and manage comments, messages, and followers
  • Create content for and work on college campaigns
  • Work with students, clubs and professors to mine content


  • Experience managing social media pages for an organization and creating content
  • Strong writing, editing, and communication skills
  • Close attention to detail
  • Ability to proofread
  • Understanding of social media analytics
  • Work well within a team environment
  • Proficiency with web and mobile versions of social media platforms
  • Ability to respond quickly and follow-up in different situations
  • Longevity preferred (at least 6-12 months)

Application Instructions:

Submit a resume, cover letter, and examples of social media work (campaigns, posts, etc.) with your online application.

Company Description:

The award-winning College of Fine Arts and Communications’ External Relations team writes all of the event press releases, assists in marketing production, creates and supports all websites, works on campaigns relating to the college and university and assists the college’s dean. The team also oversees the college’s social media pages, as well as the School of Communications, Department of Dance, Department of Theatre and Media Arts, and the School of Music social media accounts.

Must have regular and consistent attendance at scheduled shift.

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