Full Time Job
KDFW/KDFI has an opening for Copy Coordinator in the Traffic Department. The candidate will be responsible for ensuring that advertiser schedules air with correct commercial material. Compile listing of schedules that need copy material attached for the logs. Gather and organize materials provided by advertising agencies in order to properly schedule commercial rotations. Input commercial rotations into computer system. Check, verify and virtually file all input schedules. Backup fellow Copy Coordinators. Work displaced spots on future logs as part of daily routine. Maintain copy materials file within Wide Orbit. Must be experienced in working in a fast paced work environment. Must be able to effectively communicate with sales management, sales personnel, and other station personnel as required. Must be able to effectively communicate with advertising agency personnel to ensure that materials are received in a timely manner. Attention to detail is critical for effective completion of daily tasks.
Four year college degree or equivalent broadcast traffic experience required. Candidate must have excellent communication, multi-taskng and organizational skills as well as excellent math skills. Must be able to effectively work remotely. Must have excellent computer skills with knowledge of Zoom, Amazon Work Spaces and Slack. Previous Traffic experience and knowledge of Wide Orbit Software preferred.
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