WCNY, Central New York’s own member-supported public broadcasting station, is an exciting, cutting-edge multimedia company leveraging TV, radio, social media and print and was the proud winner of the CenterState CEO 2014 Business of the Year award in the nonprofit category. WCNY reaches 19 counties and nearly 2 million people with content that inspires, educates, and entertains.
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WCNY connects with the curious of all ages through innovation, creative content, educational programs, and transformative experiences to open minds and spark change. A trusted media enterprise, WCNY is constantly evolving and fully engaged with a diverse audience that shares our passion for public service. Together, we will contribute to community prosperity and embrace innovation to foster a well- informed, inspired world. We value passion to make a difference in the lives of those we serve every day, courage to embrace risks worth taking and overcome challenges, respect of one another’s diversity, opinions, and beliefs, service to the public through responsiveness to community values and needs, innovation in thoughts and actions that create new opportunities and valuable solutions., commitment to continuous reflection and improvement, and creativity in advancing impactful content and fostering shared resources for the public good.
Provide detailed analysis and presentation of financial data, preparation and recording of various journal entries, and preparation of monthly account reconciliations. Provide support and assistance to the Business Office in the daily accounting tasks including cash management. Responsible for accounts receivable, accounts payable, and general ledger activity.
Physical Demands. Standard office functions and the employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
Position Type/Expected Work Hours. Full-time, typically standard Monday through Friday work hours, with occasional requirements after hours or on weekends as needed for events. Some work hours will be remote.
Required Education and Experience. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance required as well as 3 to 5 years of accounting/finance work experience.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications. Microsoft Excel power user and skilled in use of Microsoft Suite of products as well as familiarity with accounting software. Ability to adapt to continually changing technology.
WCNY is an equal opportunity employer.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
Location: Syracuse, NY
WCNY is a dynamic, forward-thinking organization, celebrating over 50 years of creating award-winning content, programs, and services for our community. We are poised for major growth and amazing things to come! WCNY, Central New York’s own member-supported public broadcasting station, is an exciting, cutting-edge multimedia company leveraging TV, radio, web, social media, and print. WCNY reaches 19 counties and nearly 1.8 million people with content that inspires, educates, and entertains.
WCNY, a public media dual-licensee with both NPR and PBS stations, seeks a detail oriented, organized, self-motivated individual to join our team at the station. The position is a liaison between the Sales, Production and Traffic Departments at WCNY television and radio, as well as with the magazine and digital divisions. The Underwriting Coordinator is responsible for scheduling all on-air, online and print underwriting credits for WCNY and ensuring that those spots are trafficked as scheduled. The position also reaches out to clients to provide fulfillment reports and is a key part of the sales and corporate sponsorship group’s client management mission. The position is also responsible for creating and updating weekly and monthly reports – including inventory planning and tracking — which are integral to the management of the Sales Department and to the coordination with the Finance Department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities