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KRCG, in New Bloomfield, MO, is seeking a Copy Coordinator to join our Advertising Support team. We are looking for someone specializing in copy/continuity in a fast paced environment. The ideal candidate should have excellent organizational skills, be accurate, pay attention to detail, have the ability to problem-solve, and possess good communication skills.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Securing and inputting traffic instructions for our advertisers
- Entering copy information using OSi traffic software
- Maintaining instruction files, tape library, and various other traffic functions
- Working closely with local Account Executives and clients in a professional manner
- A clear understanding of FCC regulations as defined in the Children’s Television Act is
- Previous Television/Radio traffic or Advertising traffic experience helpful
- Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines within a team setting
- Work well under pressure and be dependable
- Be a quick study and a self-starter
- Must be computer literate; knowledge of OSi or WideOrbit is a plus
Sinclair Broadcast Group is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.
Please apply online by going to: http://sbgi.net/sbgi-
The Mid-Missouri Civil Liberties Association is sponsoring a panel discussion about
civil liberties issues in the 2018 session of the Missouri General
Assembly. We invite you to participate
in this panel discussion.
The event takes place on Thursday, January
25, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.in the
Friends’ Room at the Daniel Boone Regional Library, Garth and Broadway in
Columbia. We are inviting some legislators, some journalists and some representatives of organizations like
the NAACP to take part.
Wednesday, February 7 at 6:30 PM – 8:50 PM CST
I hope this finds you well. We are excited to announce that our cornerstone undergraduate sophomore programs, Diverse Leaders and Future Women Leaders, are now accepting applications until December 15th. These programs are designed to target and educate highly talented sophomore students interested in pursuing careers in financial services. Additional information can be found in the attached advertisements. We are excited about our upcoming events and would appreciate if you could circulate the flyer attached to your network and any students you know who may be interested.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. Thank you!
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The deadline to apply for the 106th recruit class will be DECEMEBER 15th.If you know of any individuals that may be interested in applying for this class please direct them to our online website @ www.motrooper.com.The information they need to begin the application process for the 106thRecruit Class can be obtained online.Again the DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 15TH.Of course I can be contacted by this email address or by calling Troop H headquarters in St. Joseph, Mo at 1-816-387-2345, ext. 3817.Thank you,Sgt. K. G. Haywood Sr. (Ret.)State RecruiterCareer Recruitment Division
HUGE NEWS: The Kansas City Star endorsed the Clean Missouri Initiative in today’s paper! Read it — and then share with all your friends and colleagues.
Here are a few excerpts:
[C]itizens are stepping up, attempting to do what legislators won’t. It’s a welcome development.
Some 500 petitioners are roaming the state most weekends collecting signatures for something called ‘The Clean Missouri Initiative’ that would go on the November 2018 ballot. This is the latest bid by regular folks to take control of their government back from the big corporations and the special interests.
The initiative would enshrine in the Missouri Constitution a series of proposals that lawmakers have kicked around for years. In one fell swoop, the state would:· Require that lawmakers wait two years before they could turn around and lobby their colleagues.· Eliminate almost all lobbyist gifts. No freebie could be valued at more than $5. In other words, lobbyists could buy legislators a cup of coffee — and no more.· Eliminate partisan gerrymandering when it comes to redrawing lines for legislative districts. The focus would be to return competitiveness to races that too often have become one-sided incumbent coronations.· Set campaign donation limits at $2,500 for the state Senate and $2,000 for the House.· Open legislative records to public review.
All these proposals have merit and would go a long way toward cleaning up Jefferson City. As an added bonus, members of both parties embrace this proposal….
If anything is going to get done when it comes to cleaning up state government, the responsibility will fall to the people themselves. Key leaders in the General Assembly seem determined to keep the steady stream of free tickets, free meals and free booze flowing.
Lawmakers have practically invited citizens to take matters into their own hands. And that’s exactly what’s happening.
Missourians have voiced overwhelming support for clean-government initiatives over the years. Get this on the ballot, and the days of whiffing on ethics will finally end.We’re building momentum and growing our coalition across Missouri because leaders like you are standing up to say enough — and saying it’s time to take back our state government from the big donors, lobbyists, and self-serving political insiders.So, thank you for all you’ve done to get us this far, and for all you’re doing to help us win in November 2018.Onward.Clean Missouri