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Careers

KNEB-AM / KNEB-FM and the Nebraska Rural Radio Association is always on the lookout for talent to add to our award-winning team.

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Current Job Openings:

KNEB News Director
Due to an upcoming retirement, KNEB-AM/FM/HD2 Radio and KNEB.TV in Scottsbluff is seeking our next news director.

This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated journalist with integrity and sound judgement to have a deep impact over an expansive area.

The ideal candidate must appreciate the importance of timely, accurate and detailed news coverage, and must possess a passion for gathering, writing and delivering the news. In addition, they must have the ability to respond quickly to pressured situations as he or she will be required to respond immediately to breaking news and deliver timely, quality content to a variety of platforms.

To be considered, candidates must have a degree in journalism, communications or similar course of study or, in the alternative, have a minimum of two years news broadcasting experience.

The successful candidate must have a compelling on-air presence and personality as well as the ability to plan strategically for the Department. Experience operating in a small community is a plus, as is a background in agriculture and local government.

Applications should be sent to Director of Operations Bill Boyer at bboyer@kneb.com. Please provide a resume, writing samples, and audio files if available.

Salary will be commensurate with experience and talent, and a competitive benefits package, including health insurance and 401k. Plus, KNEB and the Nebraska Rural Radio Association a rare defined benefits retirement plan.

KNEB and the Nebraska Rural Radio Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Part-Time Board Operator/Camera Operators
Do you have an interest in broadcasting? How about TV production? High School Sports? If so, KNEB is looking for part time workers that can work flexible evening and afternoon hours for coverage of high school sports and area events. This job is perfect for high school and college students who are just looking for a few hours of work per week. Part timers need to be flexible with working hours, have their own vehicle, and a clean driving record. Apply in person at 1928 East Portal Place, in Scottsbluff, or online by filling out the application above and e-mail to jhanshew@kneb.com. KNEB and the Nebraska Rural Radio Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


The Nebraska Rural Radio Association is an equal opportunity employer.