Current Volunteer Opportunities

These volunteer opportunities are currently available at KKFI. The experience listed for each role is preferred, but not required.

Please contact Darryl Oliver with questions.

Phone Bank Volunteers Needed!

Kiki with headsetThe Winter Fund Drive is scheduled for February 7-17, and we are seeking volunteers to take donations over the phone. This can be done remotely or at the KKFI office.* A variety of shifts are available.

Click here for more information.

*Phone bank volunteers who choose to participate at KKFI must be vaccinated and observe KKFI’s Covid guidelines; which includes masking and social distancing.


Remote

Producer

  • Download/upload audio files
  • Edit for time and content
  • Create web episodes

Social Media Manager

  • Monitor KKFI social media accounts
  • Schedule, compose and manage posts
  • Direct messages to appropriate person for response
  • Familiarity with social media platforms; including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Podcast Web Content

  • Upload community podcasts
  • Twice a month

Graphic Designer

  • Brand identity, logo design
  • Illustration
  • Computer graphics

Committees*
Electronics Facilities Technology (EFT)

  • IT/Computer expertise
  • WordPress experience
  • Salesforce experience
  • Web technology: Javascript, APIs, webhooks

Training

  • Curriculum development
  • Technical writing
  • Engineering, production
  • Some training experience preferred

News & Public Affairs

  • Interest in public affairs programming

*Please note that all committee meetings are open to the public and are currently meeting via Zoom. The committees listed here currently have specific needs.

On-site*

Front Desk

  • Answer phones
  • Greet guests
  • Light clerical and administrative as needed
  • Mondays 3:00-6:00 PM

Co-Host: Local Showcase

  • Gain on-air and production experience
  • Register here

Interior Design Consultant

  • Physical layout design
  • Artwork, decorating ideas
  • Short-term

*Subject to Covid-19 guidelines currently recommended by federal, state and local public health agencies; as well as policy implemented by KKFI.