EEO Report

EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

CCR- Tri-Cities IV,LLC

KONA-AM, KONA-FM, KZHR-FM

10/1/15    – 9/30/16

 

Section 1. Vacancy List

 

 

Job TitleAll Recruitment Sources (RS) Used to Fill Vacancy Number of Interviewees Referred by Each RS RS that Referred the hiree

 

Admin

Assistant

77 – 7 interviews7
Admin

Assistant

77 – 7 interviews7
Account

Executive

7,57 – 7 interviews7
Account

Executive

  4 interviews1
Account

Executive

84 interviews1
Account

Executive

71 interviews

7 – 2 interviews

1
Account

Executive

  3 interviews1
Account

Executive

8 3 interviews1
Account

Executive

  3 interview4
Account

Executive

  3 interview1
Event Coordinator

(New position)

Direct Recruit1 interviewDirect Recruit
News

Reporter

Info unavailable1 interview
News

Reporter

Info unavailable1 interview 
Business Manager91 interview9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section 2. Recruitment Source List

 

 

RS NumberRS InformationRS Entitled to Vacancy Notification? (Yes/No)No. of Interviews Referred by RS over 12-month period
1CCR EEO Announcements

2823 W. Lewis St.

Pasco, WA  99301

No17
2CCR webpage

cherrycreekradio.com

No4
5Tri-City Herald

333 W. Canal Dr.

Kennewick, WA 99336

Yes0
6Carreerbuilder.comYes0
7Craigslist.comYes23
8Columbia Basin College

Job Connects

 

Yes
9Internal PromotionNo1
10Other (news reporter)No2
11Direct recruit (event coord)No1

 

 

Total Number of Interviews over 12-month period:  48

 

 


Section 3.  Recruitment Initiatives

 

 

Type of Recruitment Initiative  Brief Description of Activity
Use of training/mentoring program designed to enable station personnel to acquire skills that could qualify them for higher level positions.

 

 

 

 

CCR implemented an accounting/traffic system with broader accessibility for the CCR staff. CCR offers web based training for staff desiring to elevate their knowledge in various technical aspects of the business. Ideally, these new skill sets will qualify staff for higher level positions.

 

Participation in other programs designed to promote outreach.

 

 

CCR has developed a program in conjunction with Tri Tech Skill Center, in which CCR staff interact with the Communications Program and talk about the skill sets required for careers in radio communications.

 

Participation in other activities reasonably calculated to further the goal of disseminating information as to employment opportunities in broadcast.

 

 

 

In conjunction with Cherry Creek Radio corporate directive. CCR Tri-Cities has proactively implemented a program for cold calling on clients, associates of the stations and community leaders, to seek referrals for the Account Executive position. The premise is that local contacts have specific knowledge on viable candidates, broadening our search while narrowing our target to candidates with established strong selling skills.