Is troubleshooting digital broadcast systems in your DNA? Do you believe that infrastructure documentation is the lifeblood of an engineering department? Does SDI mean more to you than IT, but do you understand the importance of both in the modern broadcast plant environment? If so, we’d like to talk to you.
WISC/News 3 NOW is searching for a Television Broadcast Engineer who can read, understand, create, and maintain custom station documentation that is critical to the entire engineering department. We use AutoCAD & VISIO! to create and keep our documentation up to date. If you know AutoCAD & VISIO!, or can learn it, we’d like to talk to you.
A strong background in RF Systems and station automation is a plus. Experience with Florical Systems, Ross Overdrive, and Rohde & Schwartz transmitters is a big plus.
If you have integration on your resume, we absolutely want to talk to you. We are looking for a Television Broadcast Engineer that understands every connection necessary to successfully integrate a new piece of equipment or system and can design projects in the documentation for others to help install.
We have strong engineering leadership to help guide your career, and we have engineering staff that has been with the company for a long time. This is because we value and appreciate their contributions and they like it here.
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Morgan Murphy Media is a dynamic and progressive family-owned business that values its employees, culture, and community. We offer a competitive wage and benefits package in addition to an advanced, stimulating broadcast engineering opportunity.
WISC is an Equal Opportunity Employer