Vacancies

At present we do not have any vacancies but we do review on-going applications for Producers. Details about the role and information on how to apply are below.

 

Please note that as a non-for-profit radio station, our roles are voluntary. You must be over 18 years of age to apply and live in Hertfordshire or one of the surrounding boroughs. 

  

(Vibe 107.6 FM is located less than 5 minutes walk from Watford Junction station and within walking distance, approx. 20 minutes, from Watford Metropolitan tube station.)

 

Previous team members have gone on to work for Capital, KMFM, Juice, Inrix, Heat Radio, Heart, Kiss, Fire Radio and LBC plus TV channels Sky and E!

 

"I joined Vibe after presenting on student radio for 2 years and the step up was huge! Vibe 107.6 gave me the platform to improve as a presenter every single week! I have learnt so many new skills which have been so vital when presenting on commercial stations and have also met some amazing people who will stay friends with me for life!" Luke Gregory, Presenter on Heart Cambridge and KMFM, Kent.

 

Producers 

Do you enjoy the creativity of being a Producer and would like to help us get the most out of our shows? Then read on.......

 

You will be responsible for creating ideas for features, scripting various links and features for presenters as well as recording clips, interviews and other content. You will also be expected to edit recordings ready for air and manage social media for particular shows, amongst other duties.

 

If you like the sound of this, then email your CV, indicating any relevant experience with a short paragraph about why you would like to be a Producer for  Vibe 107.6 FM to vacancies@vibe1076.com.

 

"Volunteering at Vibe 107.6 was a fantastic experience, and played a huge part in my career. The station is run at such a high standard, and volunteering there I got to learn how to do so many things that are now part of my job. It gave me the practical experience I needed to move forward with my career and feel confident in knowing what I was doing. On top of this it's a lovely station to volunteer at! I'm still friends with many of the people I met at Vibe 107.6 FM, and have really fond memories of my time there."  Emma Jones, Drivetime Presenter on Fire Radio

 

 

 

"I knew nothing about radio when I first started volunteering at Vibe 107.6 FM but after 3 years I have left the station to work as a full time presenter for a national radio station! Volunteering at Vibe 107.6 FM has taught me so many skills and has really enhanced my presenting skills plus I've met lots of great people along the way. It's a fab station and is really well known amongst other commercial stations which is a huge bonus! I've enjoyed every minute there and I know that anyone else who volunteers at the station will feel the same!"‚Äč Rezzy Ghadjar, Heat Radio Presenter. 

 

 

"I joined Vibe when I was 18, after doing two months of student radio. It's a great place to build up your on-air miles because of the great studio set up, and the way it's run is very similar to that of a commercial station. Vibe 107.6 is one of, if not the best, community radio station to get involved with if your future aspirations are in radio" Chris Ros, Presenter on Capital Brighton.