Television Maintenance Engineer Posting

Published On: Oct 10 2013 02:59:22 PM EDT
Updated On: Aug 18 2014 09:04:08 AM EDT

Position Title: Television Maintenance Engineer

Date of Opening: October 7, 2013

Company: PNS - WDIV-TV 4 FT/PT:

Full Time

Location of Position: 550 West Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Michigan

Responsibilities: Responsibilities to include, but not limited to, the maintenance and installation of Digital Television equipment, ENG systems and field gear, Studio systems, Servers, Automation, and Broadcast computer hardware.

Qualifications: Prefer applicants having at least five years experience in the maintenance and repair of broadcast television equipment and a working knowledge of satellite RF systems, digital and analog television equipment, non-linear editing systems, and ENG technical operations. Applicants must have the ability to utilize and operate electronic test equipment for the purpose of diagnosing and measuring video, RF and electronic signals. A minimum of two years technical schooling, military training or college is preferred.

Comment:  WDIV is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In addition to complying with the requirements of federal law, WDIV will comply with applicable state and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination.

EOE/DRUG-FREE

Department: Marcus Williams, VP/Chief Engineer Address: 550 West Lafayette Blvd. Detroit, Michigan 48226 Email: marcus@wdiv.com<mailto:marcus@wdiv.com>

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