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Employment Policies
 

ANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
June 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011
Utah Public Radio
KUSU-FM and KUSR

 

Part 1 - Full time positions filled

Utah Public Radio (Station KUSU-FM and Station KUSR) has filled two full-time job vacancies for the period from June 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011:  General Manager and Underwriting Manager.

Part 2 - Recruitment source information

The following recruitment sources were used to attract applicant pool: 

Utah Public Radio Web Site / KUSU and KUSR

Utah State University Web Site

"Current" Newspaper

Public Radio computer list group

National Public Radio jobs listing

Utah Workforce Services (jobs.utah.gov) through linking USU web site.

HigherEdJobs.com

Part 3 - (Prong 3 Longer-Term Recruitment Initiatives) Implemented During the Period

Utah Public Radio Station (Station KUSU-FM and Station KUSR) is owned and operated by Utah State University and is, in fact, a department of the University.  USU operates an HR Office and an AA/EO Office (including equal employment opportunity).  These two offices serve the University and provide appropriate services to each department of USU, including KUSU-FM and KUSR.

For positions that were filled, the search for each process was coordinated by the Office of Human Resources and the Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Office, representing all of the departments at USU.  The events and activities were conduct to attract a diverse pool of applicants:

As a department within Utah State University, Utah Public Radio has opportunity for visibility and participation at regularly scheduled job-fairs and career fairs held by  USU and the State of Utah Workforce services.  This form of out reach allows Utah Public Radio to reach large numbers of potential employees.

As a department within USU, Utah Public Radio also has the opportunity for extending its outreach potential through initiatives developed and implemented by the Office of Human Resources and the Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Office.

These Initiatives include:

1.  Activities designed by the station employment unit reasonable 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.  The USU HR Office maintains an electronic application system called "PeopleAdmin."  It has allowed computer applications and data review by the AA/EO Office to determine where additional efforts are required to increase minority and women applications and work on specific programs to enhance applications by underrepresented groups.  New ways of using this system are ongoing.  For example, access to a demographic summary of the applicant pool is now available at any time to search committees to review their efforts to attract a broad and diverse applicant pool.              

2.  Use of an electronic advertising site - "HigherEdJobs.com" continued through this time period.  This site includes a service to provide focused contact with qualified women and minorities in specific areas.               

All Part-time (non-benefitted) positions are coordinated through the office of "Student, Part-time and Temporary Employment" at USU.  These job openings are listed on a job-listing board, on Utah Public Radio web-site, and announced on air.

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