I'm looking for someone with RF and studio skills to fill the position of Assistant Director of Engineering in Minneapolis with Clear Channel Radio.
Six stations - 5 FM and 1 9-tower AM.
The official description:
Clear Channel Radio Minneapolis is currently accepting applications for an Engineer for our six stations in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
You should have 5+ years of experience as a Broadcast Engineer.
o Experience with high power RF, general electronics, audio, and computer systems/networks.
o Ability to design, install, operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and/or repair electronic equipment.
o Ability to test systems and/or operations in compliance with published standards and FCC requirements is also required.
o Organizational skills and the ability to handle a wide variety of personalities is imperative.
o Clean driving record.
o Must be able to lift 60 pounds.
• Responsibilities include:
o Maintain legal transmitter and EAS operation, and required FCC documentation.
o Troubleshoot , install, repair, upgrade, and maintain transmitter sites and related equipment including AM/FM/HD transmitters, high level combiners, RF switches, STL equipment, RF/landline T1 systems, satellite uplink/downlink, remote control systems, production, news, multi-track recording studio facilities and 60+ workstation Prophet Systems NexGen automation system..
o Troubleshoot, upgrade, and maintain various telecommunications systems and related equipment including T1, ISDN, and POTS circuits.
o Maintenance of AC generators, UPS systems and associated equipment.
o Occasionally contribute to IT department tasks including PC upgrades, installation, LAN/WAN configuration.
To apply, visit our Clear Channel Media + Entertainment career website. Please make sure to include salary requirements.
Clear Channel Minneapolis is an EOE.
No Phone Calls Please
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