CBS BUSINESS UNIT: CBS Television Stations
JOB TYPE: Full-Time Staff
JOB SCHEDULE: Full-Time
JOB LOCATION: Miami, FL
CBS Television Stations consists of 29 owned-and-operated stations, including 16 that are part of the CBS Television Network, eight affiliates of The CW Network, three independent stations and two MyNetworkTV affiliates. Among its stations are WCBS-TV and WLNY-TV (New York), KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV (Los Angeles), WBBM-TV (Chicago), KYW-TV and WPSG-TV (Philadelphia), KTVT-TV and KTXA-TV (Dallas-Ft. Worth), KPIX-TV and KBCW-TV (San Francisco), WBZ-TV and WSBK-TV (Boston), WUPA-TV (Atlanta), WWJ-TV and WKBD-TV (Detroit), KSTW-TV (Seattle), WTOG-TV (Tampa-St. Petersburg), WCCO-TV (Minneapolis), KCNC-TV (Denver), WFOR-TV and WBFS-TV (Miami), KOVR-TV and KMAX-TV (Sacramento), KDKA-TV and WPCW-TV (Pittsburgh), WJZ-TV (Baltimore), as well as WCCO-TV's satellite stations KCCO-TV (Alexandria, Minn.) and KCCW-TV (Walker, Minn.).
Job Title: Maintenance Technician
WBFS-WFOR a South Florida CBS duopoly station is seeking a forward-looking experienced studio maintenance engineer to become part of the WBFS-WFOR Engineering team. Reporting directly to the Chief Engineer, this individual must have good general knowledge of common HD television station equipment. Specific knowledge of Grass Valley Stratus/K2 servers, AVID iNews, Vizrt Graphics system, communications equipment, robotic camera pedestals, Sony studio cameras, digital production switchers, satellite and microwave and core HD/IP routers a plus. IT knowledge is required with daily IT dept. interaction. Understanding of analog and digital test equipment to validate and troubleshoot audio and video signals is required. The ability to work independently at times and collaboratively with other engineering team members is critical. The position requires good communication, writing and documentation skills. Must have knowledge of and understand FCC rules and regulations as they apply to television station operations. Project and supervision/coordination skills are also required.
Duties and Responsibilities
Troubleshoots electronic equipment to a component (hardware/software) level, works with equipment maker to correct problems.
Order all necessary required parts for repair of all equipment and communicates effectively with vendors, station management, and staff.
Sets up events, NBA, NFL, and other high profile programming on a regular basis.
Maintains regular and predictable attendance.
Can be called to work on weekends and nights if needed for emergency situations.
The ability to work over time if job schedules require it.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
5-10 years of experience as a television broadcast engineer, or equivalent.
Engineering degree or two-year technical school related to Radio and Television transmission systems preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled