KEZI 9 NewsCategory: Television
Work Schedule: Full Time
The Chief Engineer is responsible for directing all engineering and IT functions for three TV stations and a cable system that covers a large portion of the state of Oregon. The base of this position is located in Eugene, Oregon and it is expected that approximately 85% of time will be spent in the Eugene area but travel is expected. This position requires hands-on field work as well as the ability to manage a team responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing a wide variety of analog and digital broadcast and IT equipment. The Chief Engineer is a forward-thinker with the ability to identify and evaluate emerging technologies that will help our company grow.
This candidate will have a minimum of eight years of related experience in broadcast engineering. A Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering is a plus, & SBE Certification of FCC General Radio Operators License is preferred. Strong organizational & communication skills are required, and experience in troubleshooting & repair of professional analog & digital broadcast equipment, including satellite, microwave & high power RF transmitters. Also experience with installing, operating and repairing ENG, studio, control room & on-air operations equipment in an HD environment. Computer experience required to include installation, setup & repair of computer systems. Working knowledge of HVAC systems preferred & strong desire to learn new technology. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Oregon driver’s license.
Terms of Employment: This is a full-time salaried position.
A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREEN IS REQUIRED
How To Apply:
Cover letter, resume, and references should be submitted to:
Debbie Carter, Executive Assistant
KEZI 9 News
P.O. Box 7009
Springfield, OR 97475
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Deadline To Apply: None
Web site: http://www.kezi.com/chief-engineer/
Posted: 08/31/2012 - 08:45 a.m.
Modified: 08/31/2012 - 11:23 a.m.
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