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EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
(August 1, 2012 thru July 31, 20013)
KCEZ, Los Molinos, CA
KBQB, Chico, CA
KRQR, Orland, CA
KTHU, Corning, CA
RECRUITMENT SOURCES USED FOR FULL-TIME VACANCIES
Appendix A includes a list of recruitment sources, indicating name, address, contact person and telephone number of each. Sources with an asterisk (*) denote organizations that have requested notification of full-time job vacancies.
FULL-TIME POSITIONS FILLED; RECRUITMENT SOURCES USED
[With Hiree’s Recruitment Source Noted in Brackets]
Account Executive (# 1-16) [Hiree #16]
TOTAL INTERVIEWEES FOR FULL-TIME POSITIONS
NUMBER OF INTERVIEWEE REFERRALS FROM SOURCES USED
#1-4 (2 persons), #5 (2 persons), #6 (3 persons), #13 (1 person), #15 (1 person),
#16 (3 persons)
SUPPLEMENTAL OUTREACH ACTIVITIES
Appendix B contains a brief description of activities from the FCC Menu of outreach initiatives undertaken during the reporting period, including station personnel involved in the activities.
MASTER LIST OF RECRUITMENT SOURCES
(An asterisk (*) after the source denotes organizations
that requested notification of full-time job vacancies.)
No. Source (name, address, contact person, telephone) No. Source (name, address, contact person, telephone)
KBQB Radio, 856 Manzanita Ct., Chico, CA 95926
Jon Graham 530-342-2200 13. Employee Referral
KCEZ Radio, 856 Manzanita Ct., Chico, CA 95926
Jon Graham 530-342-2200
14. CSU Chico
KRQR Radio, 856 Manzanita Ct., Chico, CA 95926
Jon Graham 530-342-2200
15. Customer Referral
KTHU Radio, 856 Manzanita Ct., Chico, CA 95926
Jon Graham 530-342-2200
Chicohelpwanted.com – Dale Mulder
CA Broadcaster Assn. Job Bank- Mark Powers
915 L Street, #1150, Sacramento, CA 19.
Results Radio Websites- Ron Castro
1355 N. Dutton Ave. Ste. 225, Santa Rose, CA 95401 20.
43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont, CA 21.
10. Mendocino College- Barbara Nobles
1000 Hensley Creek Rd., MacMillan Hall, rm. 1000
Ukiah, CA 22.
NAACP, Sacramento- Alice Huffman
9960 West Svona Drive, Sacramento, CA
Results Radio Internal Posting
856 Manzanita Ct, Chico Ca
Redding, Yuba City, and Sacramento 24.
Supplemental Outreach Initiatives
(August 1, 2012 thru July 31, 2013)
FCC Menu Categories
1. Participation in at least four job fairs by station personnel who have substantial responsibility in making hiring decisions;
2. Hosting of at least one job fair;
3. Co-sponsoring of at least one job fair with organizations in the business and professional community whose membership includes substantial participation by women and minorities;
4. Participation in at least four events, including conventions, career days, workshops, and similar activities, sponsored by organizations representing groups present in the community interested in broadcast employment issues;
5. Establishment of an internship program designed to assist members of the community to acquire skills needed for broadcast employment;
6. Participation in job banks, Internet programs, and other programs designed to promote outreach generally (i.e., outreach that is not primarily directed to providing notification of specific job vacancies);
7. Participation in scholarship programs designed to assist students interested in pursuing a career in broadcasting;
8. Establishment of training programs designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that could qualify them for higher level positions;
9. Establishment of a mentoring program for station personnel;
10. Participation in at least four events or programs sponsored by educational institutions relating to career opportunities in broadcasting;
11. Sponsorship of at least two events in the community designed to inform and educate members of the public about employment opportunities in broadcasting;
12. Listing of each upper-level category opening in a job bank or newsletter of media trade groups whose membership includes substantial participation by women and minorities;
13. Provision of assistance to unaffiliated non-profit entities in the maintenance of web sites that provide counseling on the process of searching for broadcast employment and/or other career development assistance pertinent to broadcasting;
14. Provision of training to management level personnel as to methods of ensuring equal employment opportunity and preventing discrimination;
15. Provision of training to personnel of unaffiliated non-profit organizations interested in broadcast employment opportunities that would enable them to better refer job candidates for broadcast positions;
16. Participation in other activities designed by the station reasonably calculated to further the goal of disseminating information as to employment opportunities in broadcasting to job candidates who might otherwise be unaware of such opportunities.
Menu Category (select
# from above list) Brief Description of Activity, Including Date(s) and Station Staff Involved
Staff speaks each semester in CSUC Broadcast Management class.
Quinn Mattingly- March 2013 in “Broadcast Media Management”, Bryan Fox- February 2013 and September 2012 two different classes each time,“Introduction to Music Business”, and “Broadcast Media Management”.
5 Successful internship program in conjunction with Butte Community College and CSU Chico that includes a curriculum, schedule and regular meetings with an internship supervisor since January 2002. Interns report to Promotions Director, Bryan Fox, and work within all departments and supervisors. Summer 2012- (2) interns, Fall 2012- (6) interns, Fall 2013- (8) interns.
11 Promote and post all openings on ChicoHelpWanted.com job boards.
Participate in CSU Chico Information Fair, August 2012. Event designed to introduce new and returning students the internship and employment opportunities within the radio station. Attendees included Jon Graham (Market Manager), Bryan Fox (Promotions Director), and Robert Benjamin (Operations Manager).
8 Hire outstanding Interns for part time hours following completion of the internship program to help develop skills for potential FT hire. One CSU Chico student was hired for PT work in August 2012.