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Please complete the form below to sign up for a volunteer shift, or call the member services coordinator at 412-622-1370.



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Note: While we try to honor all requests, please understand that our schedules are subject to change. Should any change be made, the member services coordinator will contact you immediately.

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Contact WQED

Address:
WQED Multimedia
4802 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213

Customer Service:
412-622-1370

Switchboard:
Call 412-622-1300 to be directed to a specific department or person.

Fax:
412-622-1488

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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

WQED Multimedia is an equal opportunity employer. WQED offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a comfortable work environment.

WQED Multimedia treats applicants and volunteers without regard to their race, or color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital staus or veteran status.

WQED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
IF YOUR ORGANIZATION IS INTERESTED IN RECEIVING NOTICES OF JOB OPENINGS AT THIS STATION IN ORDER TO REFER QUALIFIED APPLICANTS, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT careers@wqed.org.

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