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21 days ago

Product Manager, Products - PBS KIDS Digital

PBS Arlington, VA

Responsible for planning and execution of service related and audience facing products for PBS KIDS producers, stations and audience including… PBS

9 days ago

Assistant Director, Sponsorship Sales Support

PBS Arlington, VA

Sponsorship Sales Support is a new department within PBS, established to help increase corporate revenue for the National Program Schedule by… PBS

21 days ago

Senior Systems Administrator

PBS Alexandria, VA

The Senior Systems Administrator will design, build, and support multiple Microsoft software platforms at PBS local and remote datacenters. S/he will… PBS

21 days ago

Solutions Engineer

PBS Alexandria, VA

The New Products & Initiatives team is responsible for the requirements analysis, design, development, testing, deployment, enhancement, and… PBS

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    Current Employee - Associate Director in Arlington, VA
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    I love the mission of PBS. Vacation time is decent and flexible schedules are possible. They do not micro-manage for the most part.


    I find it ironic that their slogan is "Be More" because I have been discouraged from working outside of my narrowly defined job description. I have had very few opportunities to grow my skills and knowledge while at PBS. I often have taken initiative to go above and beyond yet my contributions have rarely if ever been recognized.

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    Get to know your employees, not just your department heads. Recognize their contributions and support their professional growth actively. Employees with great passion for the field have left, not because salaries are generally lower but because they do not feel valued and do not feel that their opinions are respected.

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