Employment

Job Application


EEO Public File Report:

The purpose of this EEO Public File Report (“Report”) is to comply with Section 73.2080 (c)(6) of the FCC’s 2002 EEO Rule. This Report has been prepared on behalf of the Station Employment Unit that is comprised of the following stations: KSAM-FM / KHVL-AM Huntsville, Texas and is required to be placed in the public inspection files of these stations, and posted on their websites, if they have websites.

EEO contact information for the Employment Unit:

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 330
Huntsville, TX 77342
Telephone:
936.295.2651
Contact Person/Title:
Steve Everett, Director of Broadcast Revenue & Operations
E-mail address:

steveeverett@ksam1017.com

This report covers full-time vacancy recruitment data for the period March 13, 2014 to March 14, 2015

Full-Time Job Vacancies Filled by Each Station in the Employment Unit:

Two (2)

  1. VACANCY LIST

See Master Recruitment Source List for recruitment source data

 Job title                             Recruitment Sources Used                RS Referring Hire

 KSAM-FM afternoon                     1-17                                                 17

Personality

 Program Director                             1-17                                 Hired from current staff

Supplemental Recruitment Initiatives.

The Employment Unit established in 2001 was set up to afford local students from area school districts and Sam Houston State University students in the departments of Radio/Television and Marketing to serve as interns at the stations.

The Employment Unit is available for students referred by school district instructors or personnel at Sam Houston State University interested in learning more about a career in broadcasting. Interns will typically spend nine to twelve hours per week at the stations or on location with station personnel during live broadcasts, gaining a broad and general overview of the radio broadcast industry. Interns are able to participate in discussions and planning for music programming, promotions and public service, as well as hands on operator experience if they so desire. Upon successful completion of the internship students earn credit toward their degree or credit for various high school programs, i.e. Job Shadowing and D.E.C.A. The intern is under the direct supervision of one of the station’s program directors, and works with the entire programming staff, and also has interaction with the sales and administrative staffs. The internship initiative has resulted in the hiring of some of its participants on a part-time basis, to allow them to continue learning and gaining experience in the broadcast industry.

HEH Communication, LLC staff members also attend various programs in the area to hand out literature and answer questions about careers in broadcasting. We worked in conjunction with Sam Houston State University, Huntsville ISD and New Waverly ISD for fairs in the designated employment unit window. Our staff worked with the Mance Park Academy (HISD) with their “OPTIONS” Career Fair in conjunction with the nationwide CHOICES program.

HEH Communications, LLC was one of the sponsors of the March 16, 2014 Walker County NAACP Scholarship Gala, an event providing scholarships to local African-American students. Advertised opportunities in the event program at the event.

END OF REPORT

HEH COMMUNICATIONS, LLCWEBSITE RECRUITMENT ALERT


If your organization distributes information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refers job seekers to employers, and would like to receive job vacancy notices for HEH Communications, LLC, please provide us with the name, mailing address, e-mail address (if applicable), telephone number, fax number, and contact person and identify the category or categories of vacancies for which you would like information specified above to the following person at HEH Communications, LLC:

 

Steve Everett

Director of Broadcast Revenue & Operations

P.O. Box 330

Huntsville, TX   77342

936.295.2651

steveeverett@ksam1017.com

It is the policy of HEH Communications, LLC to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law, in all personnel actions.

HEH Communications, LLC, KSAM-FM, KHVL-AM, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

 Sources used depending upon position:

1.

All Access Music Group
J.R. Curtis
allaccess.com
28955 Pacific Coast Highway
Suite 210
Malibu, CA   90265
Phone: 310.457.6616
Fax: 310.457.8058

2.

Mr. John Escobedo

LULAC #4466

PO BOX 7257

Huntsville, TX   77342

936.295.0223

 

3.

NAACP/Walker-Trinity Branch 6235

Mr. Donnie Harrison

PO Box 6882

Huntsville, TX   77342-6882

936.294.9517

 

4.

Workforce Solutions

901 Normal Park, Ste 7
Huntsville , TX 77320-3770

936.291.3336

 

5.

Dr. James M. Palmer
Department Head
Communications Department

Prairie View A&M

P.O. Box 519 –

Prairie View, Texas – 77446-0519

Phone: 936.261.3723

Email: jmpalmer@pvamu.edu

 

6.

Louis Browne

Interim Chair, Radio, Television

Texas Southern University

3100 Cleburne Street

Houston, TX 77004

Phone: 713-313-7024

Email: Browne_la@tsu.edu

 

 

 

7.

Dr. Jean Bodon

Chair, Mass Communications

Sam Houston State University

SHSU Box 2207

Huntsville, TX   77341

936.294.4419

 

8.

Dr. O’Brien Stanley

Interim Department Chair

Lamar University

P.O. Box 10050
Beaumont, TX 77710

Phone: 409-880-7222

Email: Obrien.stanley@lamar.edu

 

9.

Texas A&M University

Department of Communication
4234 TAMU Bolton Hall
College Station, Texas 77843-4234

 

10.

Dr. Beth Olson, Director

Jack J. Valenti
School of Communication
University of Houston
101 Communications Building
Houston, TX 77204-3302

Phone: 713-743-2881

E-mail: bolson@uh.edu

 

11.

Texas Womans University

Dr. Gay James

Interim Department Chair

P.O. Box 425737
Denton, TX 76204-5737
Phone: 940-898-2026

Email: coms@twu.edu

 

12.

University of St. Thomas

Dr. Robin N. Williamson

Department of Communications

3800 Montrose
Houston, Texas 77006-4626

Phone: (713) 525-2167

Email:robinw@stthom.edu

 

13.

Stephen F. Austin State University

Dr. John Allen Hendricks

Mass Communications

James Towns

P.O. Box 13048

1936 Boynton Bldg., Rm 301.

Nacogdoches, TX 75962

E-mail: jhendricks@sfasu.edu

Phone: 936.468.4001

 

14.

Alvin Community College

Bill Lewis, Division Chair

Department of Radio & TV

3110 Mustang Road

Alvin, TX 77511

Phone: (281) 756-3767

Email: blewis@alvincollege.edu

 

15.

American Women in Radio & Television

Houston Chapter

P.O. Box 980908

Houston, TX   77098

 

16.

American Broadcast School

Michelle McConnell

Campus/Job Placement Director

712 N. Watson Rd., Ste 200

Arlington, TX   76011

Phone: 817-695-2474

Fax:     817-695-2838

michelle@radioschool.com

17.

Texas Association of Broadcasters

502 E. 11th Street, Ste 200

Austin, TX     78701

www.tab.org

512.322.9944