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Ithaca Stations Seek Traffic Assistant

ITHACA/CORTLAND — Saga’s Cayuga Radio Group cluster in Ithaca is accepting applications for a full-time traffic assistant. As you might have guessed, we’re talking about the “scheduling commercials” kind of traffic, not reporting about road work and car accidents.

According to a job posting on AllAccess.com, the cluster uses Marketron traffic and billing software. While prior experience is preferred, they’re willing to train a promising candidate. Here’s the full official job posting:

Cayuga Radio Group has an immediate opening for a full time Traffic Assistant.

This position requires a person able to work in a fast paced deadline oriented environment where attention to detail is a priority. Duties include accurately scheduling commercials at radio stations in addition to assisting the Traffic Manager with data entry. Cayuga Radio Group uses the Marketron Traffic and Billing system. We prefer someone with broadcast traffic experience but will train a candidate with the skills required for the position.

Please send your resume to:
Sarah DiMare, Business Manager – sdimare@cyradiogroup.com
Cayuga Radio Group, 1751 Hanshaw Road, Ithaca, New York 14850

No phone calls please. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Cayuga Radio Group/Saga Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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