Are you looking for a job at a Maine radio or TV station? Is your station looking to fill a position? Here’s where the matchmaking happens!
Maine broadcasters need good people. From news and programming positions, to technical and administrative positions, to sales and marketing positions, broadcast stations are always looking for people who are passionate about providing information and entertainment to Mainers.
If you are looking for a broadcasting job:
If you are looking for a job in broadcasting in Maine, or any of the other 49 states or Puerto Rico, visit CareerPage.org, the National Broadcast Job Bank, a free service of the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations. Be sure to visit the “More About NASBA” page there, because many state broadcast associations also host their own in-state job websites. (MAB does not have a separate state-specific jobs webpage for Maine; we encourage our members to post their openings at CareerPage.org.)
National job listings can also be found through the Career Center section of the National Association of Broadcasters website.
If you are looking for a broadcast employee:
Start by listing your opening at CareerPage.org, The National Broadcast Job Bank, a service of the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations. To access the CareerPage.org site, you’ll need to get your station’s password from MAB. Contact Suzanne Goucher (suzanne [at] mab [dot] org) to get your password.
Also list your job or internship opening at the Maine Recruiting Consortium’s website. This free service instantly posts job and internship listings to all the colleges and universities in Maine. It also includes a listing of all the college career fairs in the state.
Other valuable sites are the Maine Career Center and America’s Job Bank, a service of the US Department of Labor. You can list current openings and reach a large number of potential employees through these sites.