Schools, teams, conferences or organizations that have a P.A. announcing job to fill may post that position on the NASPAA Job Posting Board by submitting a Job Posting Application. There is no charge. The NASPAA reserves the right to reject application forms for jobs that it feels may be inappropriate or that do not meet the spirit of the Job Posting Board.
Each Job Posting Application Form, after being approved by the NASPAA, will then be posted to our members only for 48 hours. During this time, only NASPAA members will be able to view the job. After 48 hours, the job will automatically be posted to the Job Board below where it can be viewed by the general public.
Once a job is filled, the school or organization that posted the job shall inform the NASPAA. The NASPAA will then remove the job listing. A job may be posted for two consecutive weeks. Two days before a posting expires, the school, team conference or organization that posted the job will receive an automated alert about the posting. The entity that posted the job may extend its job posting by going to the website and completing the extension option.
"The Job Board is a tremendous benefit", commented Richard Keller, CPAA and NASPAA 2010 NASPAA Junior College P.A. Announcer of the Year. "Thanks to the Job Board, I picked up P.A. announcing opportunities with three different colleges in the Baltimore-DC area. Another NASPAA member, who I know, also utilized the Job Board to land a college P.A. announcing position. Without question, the Job Board is a win-win situation for schools and organizations and P.A. announcers."
At the moment there are no job postings available