Jobs & Internships

Director of Sales: WTTS/WGCL Radio

Locally-owned and operated Sarkes Tarzian, Inc. is accepting applications for the next Director of Sales (DOS) of adult alternative WTTS/Indianapolis and news-talk WGCL/Bloomington. The Indianapolis-based DOS will be responsible for the development, maintenance and growth of all revenue streams: national, agency, local/direct, digital and non-spot/NTR. The DOS will be charged with identifying, hiring and nurturing new account executives while serving as a motivating coach to senior AEs, driving their performance to peak potential. The ideal DOS must possess a proven track record in the ability to identify and develop non-spot revenue opportunities, including event and digital.   WTTS is a heritage adult alternative station serving the Indianapolis metro and south-central Indiana for more than 25 years, while WGCL broadcasts a news/talk/sports format to Bloomington and Monroe County. Interested candidates should email a performance history and overview to No calls please. Sarkes Tarzian is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


WTTS Sales

WTTS is looking for account executives:

  • If you have had success in selling in your particular industry
  • Have a solid work ethic
  • Have the desire, drive and motivation to make things happen
  • Understand what it takes to develop strong, solid business relationships

Email your resume today to Daryl McIntire, WTTS General Sales Manager:  WTTS is an equal opportunity employer.

WTTS Part Time Programming Position

WTTS has a part time opening in our Programming Department for evening, weekend, and overnight shifts. The position requires the careful and diligent observation of two broadcast facilities, basic commercial production, reconciling commercial traffic logs, and other duties assigned by the programming department. Training will be provided.



  • Applicants must be willing and able to work evenings, weekends, morning, or overnight shifts as needed.
  • Ability to monitor audio and utilize computer software to ensure quality and consistency of broadcasts.
  • Ability to multitask and work well under occasionally stressful and time-sensitive situations.
  • Ability to answer listener phone calls and address their questions in a polite and courteous manner.

Preferred, but not required:

  • Experience with digital audio editing software
  • Previous radio experience
  • Currently living in the Bloomington and Monroe county area with plans to remain in the area at least through the summer.


Applicants should send resumes (as .doc or .pdf files.) to Rob Humphrey, WTTS Programming Assistant, at WTTS is an equal opportunity employer.


WTTS Programming Internship (Spring 2018)

WTTS is a locally owned and operated radio station that is seeking passionate, organized and outgoing interns. The responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist in maintaining and organizing the WTTS music library
  • Utilize the Audiovault automation system to deliver music and programming
  • Update and maintain content on the WTTS website
  • Prepare airplay reports for weekly music meetings
  • Produce audio elements in Adobe Audition for use on-air and in the WTTS online stream
  • Assist hosts and producers with preparations for programs and interviews

Programming internship positions require the following:

  • Must be familiar with WTTS format
  • Must be a currently-enrolled college student eligible for course credit
  • Must have a GPA of “C” or above
  • Must have good communication skills – phone and writing
  • Must have good office, organization and computer skills
  • Course of study in broadcasting, marketing, or journalism preferred

If you’d like to be considered for a WTTS Programming Internship, please e-mail a resume and cover letter to WTTS Programming Assistant Rob Humphrey at No phone calls please. This is an unpaid position.

Promotions and Marketing Interns

WTTS is searching for student interns for the Promotion/Marketing department.  Candidates will assist the Marketing and Promotion staff with sales and programming promotions throughout central and south-central Indiana.  Candidates will also assist in public relations and other special events.  Internships also include office and clerical work, and planning and executing on and off-air contests.  WTTS interns receive a broad experience in radio promotions and marketing.  Internships are partially paid and absolutely require schedule flexibility: 20 to 25 hours per week, including days, nights, weekends, and holidays.

Promotion and Marketing internship positions require the following:

  • MUST be a college student, currently enrolled and eligible to receive course credit for an internship
  • Must have a valid Indiana driver’s license and a clean driving record
  • Must have a GPA of “C” or above (internships)
  • Must have good communication skills – phone and writing
  • Must have good office, organization and computer skills
  • Must maintain flexible hours (20 to 25 per week), including nights, weekends, and holidays
  • Must be familiar with the WTTS format
  • Course of study in broadcasting, marketing, or promotions preferred (internships)

For consideration, please e-mail cover letter and resume to WTTS Promotion Director McKenzie McCarthy at

WTTS Radio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.