Jobs at Michigan Radio

This is the right one

Administrative Assistant

Job description

Michigan Radio, the public radio station at the University of Michigan, is seeking a self-motivated individual to help with its fundraising activities. The Fundraising Assistant will focus on grant fundraising, including, but not limited to, assisting to assemble grant proposals, prepare funder progress reports, conduct research on foundations, and develop a grants-focused social media strategy. The Fundraising Assistant will also help with other fundraising activities at the station, such as assisting with membership drives, member mailings, and donor database management.

Educational value of job

This position will serve as a great introduction to a career in fundraising/development and/or a career in nonprofit administration.

Job requirements

The successful candidate must be organized, reliable, and able to work independently. He/she should be detail-oriented, possess strong writing and communication skills, and be an experienced social media user (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Proficiency in MS Word and Excel is required and working knowledge of Google Docs and Forms is preferred. This position requires a commitment of 8-10 hours/week during normal business hours. Please submit a resume and cover letter with dates and times available for work.

Stateside in action in Studio East at Michigan Radio.
Michigan Radio

Michigan Radio is looking for a work-study intern to help produce the online content for Stateside, Michigan Radio’s M-Th talk show.

This internship runs from September 14 through December 18, 2015.

Interns will help create daily posts for online news publication.

Stateside online news interns will develop insights into multimedia production and presentation and will also become familiar with how a public radio station in a major market operates.

Applicants should have strong interest and/or knowledge of online news and online news presentation. They should also have strong writing and communication skills and be self-motivated and dependable. Knowledge of multimedia software applications is a plus.

Applicants should be eligible for work-study benefits for the length of the internship (this typically means you need to be a student taking fall classes).

Hourly compensation can be worked out based on work-study award amount and number of hours available for work. Typically a 10-15 hour/week commitment during normal business hours is requested.

If interested, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Senior Producer Mark Brush ( Be sure to include the words STATESIDE ONLINE NEWS INTERNSHIP APPLICATION in the subject line.

Please include times and dates available for work in your letter.

Social Media Producer

Job Summary:
Michigan Radio is seeking a producer for online and social media. We are searching for a professional social media producer who can oversee and implement Michigan Radio’s social media activities and coordinate Michigan Radio’s online outreach, engagement and promotion work.