AETN has been recognized as one of the best places to work in Arkansas since 2002. The Arkansas Psychological Association honored AETN 3 times at the state level and nominated AETN for national awards. In 2008 the American Psychological Association named AETN one of the five most psychologically healthy workplaces in the nation and recognized AETN's team activities with a "Best Practice" award. AETN is the first entity in the history of the national APA program to win both awards.
Since 2008 AETN has received top honors in Arkansas from the Governor's Work Life Balance Program and the Mature Workers Program. In 2012 AETN was named Ambassador for both programs, as the first entity in the state to receive both prestigious awards. AETN is a great place to work! Join us!
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Are you a self-motivated, independent and highly detail-oriented field producer with a strong track record of cross-functional collaboration in a fast-paced environment? Then, we are looking for you!
AETN seeks two key Field Producers to oversee the planning, coordination, production and post of digital and on-air programs. This position works to provide our viewers and educators with creative, compelling and informative programs that combine strong narrative, and visuals.
Locally, and nationally recognized as a great place to work, AETN is Arkansas's only state-wide public broadcaster. AETN's mission is to nourish the cultural and civic life of our statewide community, forging a vibrant bond through inventive engagement and authentic stories that matter. We serve as an indispensable resource for educators and learners by delivering strong, relevant multi-platform content that educates, informs, entertains and inspires.
We are looking for someone who has a passion for storytelling and can pitch, shoot and edit compelling short documentary content. The perfect candidate will have the ability to elevate ideas into impactful stories for a variety of platforms including digital, social and broadcast media with the ability to prioritize and react quickly in the field. Must have a valid driver's license, seven (7) years of experience in the field production, videography and digital post-production. Additional higher educational may be substituted up to 4 years of work experience requirements. For information visit aetn.org or apply online at arstatejobs.com – position numbers – 22133912 & 22133916.
AETN offers amazing benefits and perks:
Salary offered commensurate with experience. Apply online at arstatejobs.com.
We are looking for a motivated and organized Post Production Supervisor to join our production staff at AETN.
Responsible for the post production process, during which they maintain clarity of information and good channels of communication between the producer, and editor with focus on mastering and creating deliverables to appropriate platforms. Keeps editors, graphics, and producers on task and aware of deadlines. The Post Production Supervisor works closely with the Project Manager to give accurate reflections of post-production timelines. This role establishes standards of video and audio quality for the entire output of the station. This role develops or maintains the look and execution of motion graphics, templates, and visual styles of all forms of content.
The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree in radio and television, journalism, or a related field; plus four years of experience in television editing or a related area.
A contributory/non-contributory retirement plan for public employees. All new applicants are enrolled in the contributory program. AETN contributes 14.25 percent to both contributory/non-contributory plans. All new employees are enrolled in the contributory plan which requires a 6.25 percent employee contribution. Eligibility: Regular, full time state employees and part-time state employees who have worked in excess of 1,040 hours. Please visit artrs.gov for more information.
457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Pre-taxed earnings. Employee only contribution. Eligibility: Regular full-time state employees. The Arkansas Diamond Plan is an optional 3 percent pre-taxed earning. Please visit myplan.voya.com for more information.
Eligible state employees may choose one of three insurance plans provided to state employees. Cost of health insurance coverage is shared between employer and employee; premiums are deducted from bi-weekly pay. Eligibility: New hire state employees on the 1st day of the month after 30 days initial employment.
AETN Foundation employees are enrolled in a group health plan. Cost of health insurance coverage is shared between the employer and employee; premiums are deducted from bi-weekly pay. Eligibility: New hire AETN Foundation employees on the 1st day of the month after 90 days initial employment.
A tax free method to pay for eligible benefits such as: Dependent and elder care expenses (up to $5,000 per year), out of pocket medical expenses (up to $4,000 per year), and group health and life insurance premiums. Eligibility: Regular, full-time state employees.
A tax free method to pay for eligible benefits such as: Dependent and elder care expenses (up to maximum allowable), out of pocket medical expenses (up to maximum allowable), and group health and life insurance premiums. Eligibility: Regular, full-time AETN Foundation employees.
A program that provides counseling, information and referral service to community resources for employees. Eligibility: All regular, full-time State and AETN Foundation employees.
Eleven paid holidays per year, listed as follows:
Eligibility: All regular full-time and extra help employees are eligible to receive holiday pay if they are in pay status on their last scheduled work day before the holiday and at least 1 hour on the first scheduled work day after the holiday. Employees who work less than full time may take the holiday at a rate proportionately equal to their time worked.
Annual leave accruals begin on the first full month of employment. Accrual increases are based on continuous years of service.
|Years of Employment||Monthly||Annually|
|0 - 3 years||1 day||12 days|
|4 - 5 years||1 day 2 hours||15 days|
|6 - 12 years||1 day 4 hours||18 days|
|13 - 20 years||1 day 6 hours||21 days|
|More than 20 years||1 day 7 hours||22.5 days|
Unused annual leave time will carry over to the next year provided the 30 day maximum is not exceeded. Eligibility: All regular full time employees. Job share employees accrue leave time on a pro-rated basis. Extra help employees are not eligible for annual leave.
All regular full time employees earn 12 days of paid sick time per year (8 hours) per month for full-time employees. Unused sick leave will carry over to the next year provided the 120-day maximum is not exceeded.Eligibility: All regular full time employees. Job share employees would receive leave time on a pro-rated basis. Extra help employees are not eligible for leave.
Jury Duty: Employees who miss work while performing jury duty will receive normal and full compensation.
Maternity Leave: Eligible female employees can take up to 4 weeks of paid leave after the birth of the employee's child or placement of an adoptive child in the employee's home. Paid maternity leave will run concurrently with Family Medical Leave. Eligible male employees can take FMLA after the birth or placement of a son or daughter or to bond with a newborn or newly placed son or daughter.
Military Leave is granted at the rate of 15 days per calendar year, plus necessary travel time for annual training purposes. Up to 15 military leave days may be carried over to the succeeding year for a maximum of 30 military leave days for that calendar year. Eligibility: All employees who are members of the National Guard or any other of the reserve branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.