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BROADCAST OPERATIONS ENGINEER | KCET

Title

BROADCAST OPERATIONS ENGINEER

POSITION SUMMARY

Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Engineering &

Operations, or his designee, the Broadcast Operations Engineer is responsible

for broadcast operations in a broadcast environment, as well as, other

engineering duties as assigned.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB (DESIGNATED

AS UNION OR NON-JURISDICTIONAL):



  • Duties include

    the management of automation systems for both recording and broadcast


  • Perform duties

    associated with a Television Master Control Operation


  • Assist in the management of all media


  • Edit programs

    and promos as well as edit and "push" insert pieces into live programming


  • Prepare and

    Operate Teleprompter (Non-Jurisdictional)


  • Perform other

    duties as requested or assigned


 

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS: THE DEMONSTRATED SKILLS

& ABIITIES, AS FOLLOWS:

·        

Excellent computer skills

·        

Minimum three (3) years experience in a television environment.

·        

Ability to work under pressure in a fast paced environment.

·        

Attitude and self-motivation are extremely important.

·        

Certain aspects of this position require membership in IATSE Local

695.

 

 JOB

PREFERENCE: WILL MAKE THE APPLICANT MORE COMPETITIVE



  • Post-secondary

    education in a Film and Television course preferred.


 

PHYSICAL

REQUIREMENTS

Must

be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without

accommodations. The specific duties and physical requirements are spelled out

in the KCETLink Non-Exempt Job Analysis Questionnaire, to be read as a document

integrated into this description.

 

KCETLink is an Equal Opportunity Employer: women, minorities,

persons with disabilities and veterans are an integral part of the workforce.



KCETLink

KCETLINK MEDIA GROUP is the the national independent public media organization formed by the merger between KCET and Link Media. A viewer-supported 501c(3) organization, its content is distributed nationally via satellite on DIRECTV (ch. 375) and DISH Network (ch. 9410), in Southern and Central California via broadcast and cable, as well as through various digital delivery systems.