Dwight Smith

Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Present

Data Center Technician

Coretech/Johnson & Johnson
Mar 2011 - Apr 2011

Operations Manager

Long's Park Amphitheater Foundation

Part-time, temporary position assisting volunteer directors of events, and performing various office duties.

Jan 2011 - Mar 2011

Processor

Ten Thousand Villages

Part-time, seasonal position receiving returned merchandise, inspect/repair, and returns items to warehouse.

May 1993 - Sep 2009

Station Manager

SABVI

Managed all aspects of 24/7 radio reading service, from program development to daily operations. Planned and maintained $90,000 annual budget. Supervised and trained 1-4 staff and over 50 volunteers. Interviewed and selected all applicants for staff positions. Scheduled volunteers and staff. Provided training for all station personnel. Developed all phases of 7.5 hours of daily local programming. Used Gold Wave audio editing software for production and Wire Ready software for automation. Directed preparation of materials for daily broadcasts and special programming. Delivered local content via podcast. Service was closed due to funding.

Accomplishments:

-Led growth of service from 1 county to 5 counties.

-Expanded local programming.

Special Project:-Web Site Administrator

Education

Education
Aug 1990 - May 1992

Communications/Journalism

Shippensburg University

Skills

Skills

IT Support

Web Administration

Management

Media

Communications

Objective

Seeking communications opportunities where I can utilize my technical and managerial skills.

Interest

My interests include accepting new challenges, finding solutions, and achieving goals.

Summary

Dwight A. Smith is a communications professional in Lancaster, PA. Mr. Smith is currently employed as aData Center Technician at Johnson & Johnson. His professional experience includes over 12 years as Station Manager of a radio reading service, where he managed all aspects from program development to dailyoperations. Planned and maintained $90K annual budget. Supervised and trained 1-4 station staff and50+ volunteers. Interviewed all applicants for staff positions and made recommendations. Selected 10+ volunteers per year for station. Scheduled volunteers and staff weekly. Determined and/ordeveloped all phases of 7.5 hours of daily programming, from local news to book reading to educationalcontent. Used GoldWave audio editing software for audio production and WireReady software for automation.Directed preparation of materials for daily broadcasts in addition to those used in special programming.Ensured local content was available daily via podcast using PageMason webpage application software;utilized FileZilla to transfer programs to podcast website. Completed client, phone, and discrepancy logs andcompiled and submitted monthly reports detailing information on programming and volunteers. Created andmonitored daily programming checklist. Developed and conducted annual survey to monitor 1000+-memberlistener base. Oversaw radio/computer equipment operation and maintenance. Distributed and maintainedinventory for cable and SCA radios. Led tours of station and gave presentations to local groups.