Vice President/General Manager - WJXT/WCWJ
Graham Media Group is currently seeking a Vice President and General Manager for its WJXT/WCWJ duopoly in Jacksonville, FL. The VP/GM will report to the President/CEO and is responsible for the entire WJXT/WCWJ media hub, our fully local station (WJXT) with no network affiliation, as well as our CW affiliate, WCWJ. THE Local Station (WJXT) dominates in news and is the most watched television station in the diverse and growing Jacksonville market (43), reaching 757,000 TV homes. In addition to delivering a variety of local programs, documentaries and specials, our website, News4Jax.com is the No. 1 source for local news and information, distancing itself from all other local media including newspapers.
IT Security Engineer
The IT Security Engineer is responsible for analyzing information security systems and applications; recommends and develops security measures to protect information against unauthorized modification or loss; monitor, evaluate and maintain systems and procedures to safeguard internal information systems, network, databases, and web-based security. Conduct vulnerability assessments and monitor systems, network, databases and web for potential system breaches. May be assigned responsibility for internal or external systems security (i.e. cloud services) with oversight and/or assistance from the Corporate Team.
Careers at Graham Media Group
Graham Media Group stations, each in a top-70 market, share a common tradition of journalistic excellence and a common dedication to local news and informational programming. They offer the traditional "foot in the door" opportunities that can lead to more advanced positions at Graham Media Group's stations and elsewhere in the television industry. All Graham Media Group's stations broadcast several hours of news every day. These people fill approximately seventy-five percent of the positions at a Graham Media Group's station. Most of the anchors and reporters employed by the Graham Media Group's stations are experienced journalists who gained their experience in smaller markets.