KSUT Tribal Radio and Four Corners Public Radio

KSUT Tribal Radio was founded in 1975 by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe as a means of communication with tribal members. KSUT is now an independent non-profit organization and has two distinct FM signals: Four Corners Public Radio and Tribal Radio. Based in Ignacio, Colorado KSUT Tribal Radio serves the Southern Ute, Ute Mountain Ute, Jicarilla Apache and portions of the Navajo Nation with its terrestrial signals, and streams its signal at www.tribalradio.org

Nov 20, 2021
Full time
$48,000 - $52,000 yearly
KSUT Tribal Radio and Four Corners Public Radio Ignacio, CO, USA
KSUT Public Radio, a public media non-profit organization located on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in SW Colorado, seeks a Tribal Media Center Director with strong leadership, management and multimedia skills. The KSUT Tribal Media Center Director is responsible for overseeing and managing all administration and programming for the newly developed Tribal Media Center (TMC). Essential duties and responsibilities include:  Working collaboratively with existing TMC partners and foster new organizational partnerships. Research, write and administer grants including reporting, to support TMC programs and projects. Project lead for Native Lens storytelling project: nativelens.org Management and oversight of existing collaborative TMC projects including Native Braids: nativebraids.org and Dream Warriors : www.dreamwarriors.co Planning, organizing and implementing projects, programs, trainings and work sessions to include other Native American media Coordination...