Career Information

NET offers a full spectrum of communications services to the citizens of Nebraska, the nation and the world. Some of these services include:

  • A nine-station, statewide noncommercial public television network affiliated with PBS.
  • A nine-station, statewide noncommercial public radio network affiliated with NPR.
  • A cutting-edge Digital Media Group.
  • State-of-the-art audio, video and multimedia production capability delivered via broadcast, satellite, cable, Internet and broadband delivery channels.

NET is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and offers competitive salary and benefit packages. Most of our employment opportunities are located in Lincoln, Nebraska, population approximately 250,000.  Lincoln is the state capitol, and is also the home of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln -- part of the Big Ten Conference and a major research university in the Great Plains region.

 

Vision Maker Media Student Worker

Get hands-on experience with a creative national nonprofit marketing team. Work with professional tools and learn business strategies that can build your resume for graduation--all while being employed by an organization that empowers and engages American Indian and Alaska Native people to share stories through Public Television.

  • Assist in a variety of general office service tasks
  • Assist in collecting and analyzing data
  • Assist in database entry
  • Assist with mailings
  • Other duties as assigned

Detail-oriented, has excellent computer skills, organizational skills, and interpersonal skills.

10-20 hours per week during working hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Position may be extended into the Fall/Spring Semesters.

TO APPLY: Submit resume and cover letter to Matthew Nehe at mnehe@netad.unl.edu

 

NET Communications Student Worker

NET, Nebraska's PBS and NPR Stations is seeking a student worker who would be responsible for providing assistance to the NET Communications team, general office work and would complete special projects as assigned. Student may work on a variety of projects including, but not limited to, new releases, tracking media clips, coordination of graphics for advertising, promotion and other administrative duties as needed. Must have strong communication skills, creativity and ability to write and edit news releases using AP Style. Looking for an organized, self-starter who enjoys problem solving and building creative solutions. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office. May represent NET occasionally at public functions, along with NET staff members.

15-20 hours per week paid position. Flexible schedule during regular business hours.

To apply, send resume to: NET_HR@netad.unl.edu