Position Open in Education Services

Do you love PBS and its mission? Do you have a background in education, technology and/or communications?

Consider applying for our open position in Prairie Public Education Services!

Prairie Public is seeking a dynamic, team-oriented individual to join our Education Department as an Education Services Associate. Primary responsibility is to find motivating and inspirational ways to promote and present preK-12 educational resources and digital media to populations ranging from teachers to parents. Duties also include social media, PD for educators, technology training for various audiences, and connecting with diverse stakeholders throughout the region.

Travel in ND & MN, and a Bachelor’s degree in education, communications or a tech-related field is required. MS/HS teaching experience and knowledge of state standards preferred. This is a FT benefited position.

An employment application is available on our Prairie Public Broadcasting Job Opportunities page (or at the Prairie Public Broadcasting reception desk). Please submit your completed application, a cover letter, resumé and contact information for three references to: Prairie Public Broadcasting, Human Resources, 207 N 5th Street, PO Box 3240, Fargo, ND 58108-3240.

Screening begins immediately; position open until filled.

Van, Arthur

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