The Maintenance Engineer must be versatile and have the ability to adapt to the diverse and changing hardware and software systems utilized for on Air, Production, and News gathering operations. This includes but is not limited to: Production systems, Ross switchers and Overdrive, SSL audio boards, Sony EX3 and 320 cameras, Vinten robotics, Clearcom intercom, TONS play out servers; Master Control automation systems, Brutus automation, Evertz, NVision; News gathering systems, Sony 320 cameras, microwave, satellite, and IP signal acquisition systems, NLE editing, TONS ingest and playout. Fundamental computer, server and network knowledge as it applies to broadcast engineering.
BS degree or equivalent certification in a technical discipline, i.e., electrical, mechanical engineering or equivalent work experience. Two to three years’ job experience as a Maintenance Engineer.
Ability to frequently lift weights up to 50 lbs., frequently bend, kneel, stoop, and reach. Ability to stand for long periods (greater than 1 hr.). Ability to use tools, manipulate small parts and make minute adjustments to controls requiring fine finger movements. High visual acuity.
Exposure to high noise levels, fumes, vapors, dust, dirt, high noise levels, fires, demonstrations, etc., working around equipment.
Ability to work alone and without supervision. Ability to work under deadline and time constraint. Ability to work various hours including nights and weekends.
No phone calls please!