This is your opportunity to work at the most unique television station in the country. Located in the historic Burlington Train Station built in 1897, KETV Channel 7 isn’t just a market leader on air, you will be trained and work on the latest technology in a historic building. KETV is Omaha’s News Leader, a community that’s one of the hidden gems in the Midwest. Job responsibilities include planning, maintenance, and repair of IT and broadcast equipment. PC, network, and computer skills are preferred. The candidate should have a passion for Broadcast/IT Engineering and be comfortable with current and new technology trends. Omaha is ranked as one of the best cities for livability, schools and raising a family.
|Name of Job||Broadcast IT Engineer|
|Post of Location||Omaha, NE, United States|
|Name of Organization||Hearst Television|
|Apply Now||Click Here|
This employee will maintain the following:
- News-gathering equipment including ENG cameras, field gear, ENG, DSNG, and SNG trucks, editing systems, and support devices.
- IT systems and associated hardware and software. This includes infrastructure and end user support.
- Production equipment including robotic camera systems, production switcher, play out servers, graphics devices, lighting systems, weather systems, audio consoles, and other gear used in production.
- Transmitter sites, microwave central receive sites, satellite antenna systems, signal distribution and routing systems, processing systems, monitoring devices, and automation systems.
- Excellent troubleshooting skills, able to plan and execute equipment installation, research/design, and detailed documentation of work.
- Knowledge of desktop and server operating systems.
- Networking support of various LAN/WAN devices and systems.
- In depth knowledge of video production/television systems.
- Must be able to work independently, as well as collaboratively with other team members.
- Must possess a positive attitude and driven by successful problem solving.
- Flexible to various work shifts and days off as assigned.
- Capable of following instructions, verbal and written.
- Able to sit or stand for long periods of time.
- Must be able to lift, carry and move up to 50 lbs., climb ladders, work in confined spaces.
- Valid driver’s license: position requires travel to remote transmitter and microwave sites.
- Associates Degree in Electronic/IT Technology or a minimum of two-years of an accredited technical electronics/IT school equivalent (including military).
- Equivalent related work experience in a Television/Video/IT environment will be considered.
- SBE/SMPTE/IT Certification is a plus.
- Military Broadcast Television Equipment Maintenance (BTVEM) course from Defense Information School (DINFOS) a plus.
- Military training and experience in electronics, avionics or related fields will be considered.
As part of its continued efforts to maintain a safe workplace for employees, Hearst Television requires that all newly hired employees be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus by the first day of employment as a condition of employment, to the extent permitted by applicable law. HTV will consider requests for reasonable accommodations in accordance with applicable legal requirements.
About Hearst Television
Every career with Hearst Television is like a story. How it develops, where it takes you, the milestones you reach along the way – you’ve got a lot to look forward to as your unique career story unfolds.
Hearst Television, a subsidiary of Hearst, owns and operates local television and radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states reaching over 21 million U.S. television households. Through its partnership with nearly all of the major networks, Hearst Television distributes national content over nearly 70 video channels including programming from ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, MY Net, MeTV, This TV, Estrella and more.
Hearst Television is recognized as one of the industry’s premier companies. It has been honored with numerous awards for distinguished journalism and industry innovation, including the Walter Cronkite Award for political journalism, the national Edward R. Murrow Award, the DuPont-Columbia Award and the George Foster Peabody Award.