EEO Public File

EEO Public File Report

February 1, 2023

Vacancies sought to be filled for the period of February 1, 2022 – January 31, 2023

    1. On-Air Personality (1)
    2. On-Air Voice-Trackers – part time (2)
    3. Radio Production Assistant (1)
    4. Regional Underwriting Representatives (2)
    5. News Anchor (2)
    6. News Stringer – part time (2)
    7. Broadcast Engineer (1)
    8. Creative Services & Marketing Director (2)
    9. Donor Database Manager (1)
    10. Systems Administrator (1)

Full-time positions filled for the period of February 1, 2022 – January 31, 2023 – eight
Part-time positions filled for the period of February 1, 2022 – January 31, 2023 – four

Recruitment sources utilized:

    4. Family Life Website
    5. “Women in Christian Radio” Facebook group

Family Life Ministries, Inc. corresponded with, in various forms 87 individuals who appeared to have the qualifications needed for the s13 openings with Family Life. Of those 17 were reviewed for the On-Air Personality position, four of those reviewed were women and a total of four had personal interviews. Family Life had five applicants for the part-time on-air voice trackers with four of them being women and three being personally interviewed. Two women were hired for these positions. There were eight applicants for the radio production position with three of them being women and three being personally interviewed. A minority women was hired for the position. There were six applicants for the underwriting positions with three being personally interviewed. A female was hired for the one position. There were eleven applicants for the news anchor position with three of these being women and two being minorities. Two of the applicants were hired. Two applicants were interviewed for the part-time news stringer positions and both these interviewees were hired. There were 14 contacts made for the broadcast engineer position with one individual being interviewed and subsequently hired. We interviewed four individuals for the creative services & marketing position with two of them being women. Family Life hired one of these women who resigned four months later and then another individual was hired for this position. There were three applicants for the donor database manager position with all of them being interviewed and with one of them being a women who was ultimately hired. There were two interviewed for the systems administrator position with one verbally committing to accept this position in the coming weeks.

Of all those reviewed, 22 were females, three were minorities, 28 were personally interviewed and twelve were hired for full-time or part-time positions.

Family Life Ministries, Inc. typically utilizes a number of primary methods of securing qualified applicants. Many of these applicants come from personal contact or through the organization’s website. A number of initial contacts come as a result of other online means such as Linkedin, AllAccess, and We will also investigate targeted sites for female and minority applicants.

Family Life hosts numerous events such as concerts, conferences, dinner theaters, etc. throughout the year where contacts are made with regards to staffing needs. Some of the staff speak at educational institutions where they share of the opportunities in broadcasting. And Family Life has training sessions for your people encouraging them to consider a career in radio.