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Vice President of National Productions – new

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

• Identify and develop program opportunities for national television distribution, via PBS, APT and other outlets (both noncommercial and… Twin Cities Public Television

4 days ago

Production Coordinator

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

• Manages internal Filemaker database. Composes and/or verifies entries for all elements. Initiates new records in database and continually updates… Twin Cities Public Television

8 days ago

Accounting Director

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

and develop training in order to maximize and reach optimal individual and organizational goals. • Direct and administer accounting operations which… Twin Cities Public Television

9 days ago

Cultural Outreach and Project Manager

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

• Be willing to work “on call” to support ECHO educational or emergency response programs in need of translations, interpreters, ECHO spokespeople… Twin Cities Public Television

30 days ago

Development Associate

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

Twin Cities PBS, one of America’s premiere public media organizations, is seeking an institutional giving development associate to research and… Twin Cities Public Television

30+ days ago

Director of Partnership Development

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

• Develop a network of strategic community partnerships extending beyond the current TPT network of Minnesota-based non-profit and public service… Twin Cities Public Television

30+ days ago

Reception Security Coordinator

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

consistent with documented policies and procedures, and report on or document any issues. • Assist… Twin Cities Public Television

30+ days ago

Building Services Specialist

Twin Cities Public Television Saint Paul, MN

• Assist with the setup and clean-up of facilities for meetings, trainings, conferences, events, etc. • Communicate the status of projects and… Twin Cities Public Television

Twin Cities Public Television Reviews

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James R. Pagliarini
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  • What was once a great organization, is just simply not a very nice place to consider a career with.

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    Station location is in a very vibrant, urbane, and heavily renovated area of Downtown Saint Paul called "Lowertown" Facility is in process of a huge multi-million dollar "open office concept" makeover with a scheduled completion date of September 2015. Creator of award winning local and national public television productions. Based on level of sustaining membership support, Organization is cherished by the community at large. Staff is genuinely invested in the mission of the organization.


    Highly bloated management structure for an organization of this size. Senior leadership is an amalgamation of dysfunctional egos. President and CEO seems more interested in cementing his legacy rather than involving himself with the day to day, handing those details off to his "second in command" who continues to perpetuate the illusion that senior management has any interest in input from staff regarding the future of the organization. "Reorganization" is code for "Out with the old, in with the new" both in terms of staff and direction. The frequency with which this occurs is mind-boggling and does nothing but affirm the dysfunction and uncertainty of management. Many mid level managers are ego driven and bent on empire building on the backs of their charges. Little is done to address this and as a result, management by fear and intimidation runs unchecked. HR is more about "change management" than "resource management". While they are progressive in some areas, they are burdensome and overreaching in others.

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