KSEV is a great place to work!

KSEV is locally owned and operated by Patrick Broadcasting, LP.  KSEV supports businesses and organizations in the greater Houston area and is dedicated to serving the needs of the Houston community.

If you’d like to apply for one of the jobs listed below, please download an application for employment.  Send it to KSEV Radio, 11451 Katy Freeway, Suite 215, Houston, Texas, 77079.  Or, send it by fax:  832-358-8409.

Click here to download the KSEV Employment Application

KSEV is looking for an account executive to join our team.  KSEV account executives work directly with business owners, marketing managers, advertising agencies and media buyers to help them use media to meet their marketing objectives.   Call Bonny English, General Manager, to apply.

Click here to download the Account Executive Job Description

KSEV is looking for a studio producer.  Producers in the KSEV studio  are like air traffic controllers.  They mix multiple audio sources, talk to KSEV listeners on the telephone and work directly with KSEV talk show hosts.  Call Russell Sherrill, Program Director, to apply.

KSEV is an equal opportunity employer offering excellent benefits including paid vacation, sick leave, medical insurance, company sponsored long term disability plan and a 401(k) investment plan.  KSEV’s office phone number is 281-588-4800.

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  1. sally ulrich says:

    My daughter will be looking into radio and television internships in the next year. Does your company do any internships and if so how can she find out more about your program?

    Thank you
    Sally Ulrich

  2. Alison Picheloup says:

    Where is Edd Hendee?

  3. Christy Wagner says:

    Mr. Hendee will be greatly missed on KSEV mornings-he is, quite simply, an awesome man of faith and integrity.

  4. Clifford says:

    Hey folks,
    Am I not getting up early enough or has Edd Hendee left the show. I really miss him. Though I’ve never met the man, he’s like part of the family around here. Been listening to radio long enough to know y’all don’t give us a heads up for host changes in most cases. Please let me know so I can at least go to his restaurant, shake his hand and let him know how much I have appreciated him through the years. Thanks.