Nashville-based Country Radio Broadcasters Inc., has opened up the application process for a new executive director, following news that Bill Mayne will be stepping down from his post in May 2019. Mayne has led the organization’s operations since 2011, and before that, he served on the organization’s board of directors.
Resumes for the position are being accepted through June 30.
The executive director’s role includes overseeing the organization and its annual convention, Country Radio Seminar. Interested applicants must have experience and knowledge of the Country music industry, established relationships throughout the format, strong leadership qualities, experience with budgets, management abilities, communication skills, and more.
Country Radio Broadcasters is responsible for the annual Country Radio Seminar (CRS) – a three-day event of educational programming, panels of business leaders in various fields, presentations on new technology, business practices, and personal career development topics, new music showcases, and much more.
The CRB Board of Directors has established a committee to oversee the confidential search process for the hiring of a new executive director for the organization. More information about the position and how to apply is available at countryradioseminar.com/executive-director.
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