Click on job titles below to learn more about currently open positions at Cumulus - New York and to apply. Resumes should be directed to or faxed to 212-613-3890.

95.5 WPLJ-FM and its sister station, 77 WABC-AM, in New York City (Cumulus Media) would like to widely publicize their job openings to organizations and educational institutions that provide employment information and / or job referrals. If you work for a Career Services Office at a college or university or for an organization that regularly distributes employment information to job seekers, you can receive information about our job vacancies. To receive the listings by fax, email or US Mail, please contact us! Provide your organizations name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address and well contact you to confirm the information. Your organization will then receive periodic announcements of jobs at both New York City Stations. Fax your information on your organizations letterhead to (212) 613-3890 Attention Diversity Recruitment Coordinator. Please note that the mailing list is not intended for individuals seeking employment. Job seekers may access our job vacancy information here on our website at any time.


95.5 WPLJ is always looking for the best and brightest people to fill our open positions. 95.5 WPLJ also offers a variety of internships for college students. Jobs at our sister-station, 77 WABC, in New York City are also listed.

College Internship

Promotions Department Internship (3/14/2012)
Undergraduate or graduate college students

Scott & Todd In The Morning Internship (3/14/2012)
Undergraduate or graduate college students

On-Air Talent

P/T Traffic Reporters - 77 WABC & 95.5 WPLJ (10/11/2012)

Weekend / Part-Time On-Air Talent (8/10/2012)


Media Sales Representative (8/10/2012)

95.5 WPLJ-FM and its sister station, 77 WABC-AM, in New York City (Cumulus Media) are an EOE / AA. Our policy is to provide equal opportunity employment, development and advancement to all current and potential employees regardless of race, color, gender, marital status, religion, age, national origin or citizenship status, disability, sexual orientation or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran.The Stations, under their current owners, have followed a consistent practice of outreach to their community and work force regarding broadcast career and job opportunities. As of March 10, 2003, the effective date of the FCCs new EEO rules, the Stations are continuing those EEO efforts. The Stations are currently working together to update and expand their mailing lists of organizations wishing to receive notices of their job openings. In addition, The stations are planning to continue their efforts to recruit widely for job openings at the Stations by posting information about future opportunities with a variety of media and other organizations, including but not limited to the organizations that have requested to be on their expanded mailing list. Finally, the Stations intend to engage in a variety of long-term recruitment initiatives to better educate the public about careers in broadcasting and better prepare interested students and others to enter or advance in such careers. The Stations next annual report will contain further detail about the progress of those efforts.

Click HERE to view our EEO Annual Report.