“We, the people of Capitol Broadcasting Company, are individuals with diverse backgrounds, abilities, views and ideas. We are CBC’s most valued asset.” And so begins the CBC Code of Ethics, which our employees created and collectively authored in 2004 as a map by which we can chart our company’s course.
A Message from the CEO and Board Chair, Jim GoodmonAt CBC we have earned a reputation for treating our employees well and for producing quality work through our employees. From our baseball team to our award-winning news staff, jobs at CBC are coveted by those in the local area as well as across the country. Why? Because we foster an atmosphere of loyalty, excellence and community among our employees.
We strive to be a family-friendly company, helping you strike a healthy balance between work life and home. To accomplish this we offer a hearty benefits package, and several annual gatherings for employees, many of which include their families, and much more.
CBC puts its money where its mouth is. We don't wait for the corporate climate around us to force change; we seek out the latest innovations, the best benefits and the most comprehensive offerings and then research and implement them ourselves, most times before the competition. We do this because we value our employees and realize they are our greatest assets, not because we want to meet a quota or get recognition. We know that well-being and security are important to our employees and strive to give them tools to make the quality of their lives the best possible."
We’re always looking to add the right people to our team. If you’re looking for a career, not a job. A positive work environment, not a cube. A great work-life balance, not a daily grind. If that sounds like you, we want to get to know you.
We value the vitality of individuals and their families. We provide a work environment that is safe, compassionate and rewarding. We commit to ensuring a healthy work-life balance that nurtures both our personal and corporate families.