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Broadcast Engineer: WRUV-FM—a 460-watt Non-Commercial FM Station located in Burlington, Vermont—is seeking a broadcast engineer to maintain the station’s equipment and to ensure that the radio station remains FCC-compliant.
WRUV’s engineer is responsible for the technology necessary to put the station’s broadcast “on-the-air” within the station’s licensed range. The engineer works to maintain existing broadcasting capabilities and provide quick solutions to problems that may arise with the transmitter, tower satellite receiver and other related equipment. The engineer installs and performs preventive maintenance on the station’s control consoles, boards, recording equipment, microphones, and a wide variety of other station equipment and electronic systems.
The engineer works closely with the station’s management. The engineer is expected to be up-to-date on latest changes in FCC and other regulations that affect WRUV and to keep management informed of these changes so as to keep the station in FCC compliance. The engineer meets as needed with the WRUV station manager and/or chief operator and responds to emergencies as needed.
WRUV is an educationally based radio station managed by UVM students, with whom the engineer meets regularly, and the ideal candidate will be one who feels comfortable educating students in station maintenance. The engineer is expected to work with and/or train the chief operator on specific equipment or operating procedures as requested by the station manager and update a technical manual for reference of any on-air operator.
The engineer works on an as-needed basis. As a contract employee, the engineer is expected to procure and maintain required insurance coverage and provide a certificate of insurance evidencing that this insurance coverage is in effect.
Anticipated hours: Approximately 2 to 3 hours a week.
Pay rate: $65 an hour.
For any given week, the engineer will work hours as deemed necessary by both the engineer and WRUV leadership. More hours would likely be worked in those weeks (1) when the engineer trains students in basic and/or advanced station operation and FCC rules, including maintenance of the public file and other tasks for which student leadership is largely responsible and (2) when station emergencies arise. Fewer hours would likely be worked during other weeks. If possible, the engineer should visit the station at a pre-designated weekly or semi-weekly time to meet with station leadership; the exact time can either be stated in the contract or negotiated post-contract. The engineer will be expected to report his hours on a weekly or semi-weekly basis, as negotiated, so that correct payment can be made promptly.
To apply: Contact the UVM student media adviser, Chris Evans, at Chris.Evans@uvm.edu or 802-656-2060. EOE. Posted November 17, 2017.
Meteorologist: WPTZ-TV NBC5, the Hearst Television affiliate in the Burlington/Plattsburgh market is accepting resumes for a weekend meteorologist. We are looking for an engaging on-air personality who knows the science behind weather and can communicate the complicated data in a way viewers understand. Our next meteorologist will be an accurate forecaster, keep our viewers and employees safe, convey appropriate tone, and stay cool under pressure. This full-time position will benefit from someone who has the ability to shoot and edit video, as well as report.
Get our viewers ready with accurate, compelling, and understandable weather forecasts.
Provide urgent, immediate weather information before and during severe weather events
Will be able to simultaneously provide content on TV and on our digital platforms.
Will utilize all the technology and tools available to us, to tell an intriguing weather story
Deliver energetic live shots
Communicating, coordinating and executing weather presentation vision with our team of anchors, reporters, photographers, editors, and production staff
Appear at public events and community educational outreach opportunities
Maintain weather computers and develop graphics with the assistance of our graphics hub
Knowledge of weather science and forecasting.
Dynamic on-air presence with a conversational weather presentation
Knowledge of WSI graphics and technology
Excellent forecasting and on-air skills
Ability to tell a compelling weather story
Ability to use common television weather systems.
Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology or Broadcasting or equivalent experience.
Job posted by an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Posted November 16, 2017.
Digital Media Manager: The Digital Media Manager directly oversees the daily operations of the station’s internet advertising business and interacts with clients and advertising agencies to maximize website revenue. The Digital Media Manager also assists in hiring, training and developing Account Executives.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Develops and executes sales strategies which result in exceeding revenue targets in Digital Media and new product revenue.
Drives new business development.
Manages inventory and revenue forecasting.
Manages recruitment and development of talented sales professionals.
Prepares budgets and approves budget expenditures.
Manages Accounts Receivable for Digital Media advertising.
On Air Position: Hall Radio Burlington VT has an immediate opening for a full time swing on air position with production duties included. Need experience on various formats, Country- Classic Hits- Rock! Must be great at appearances too. Send resume and references and air check to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hall Communications is an EOE. Posted November 3, 2017.
Reporter Photographer: WPTZ/NBC5, the Hearst Television, NBC affiliate in the Burlington/Plattsburgh market, is accepting resumes for a Multi-Media Journalist. This Reporter/Photographer enterprises, writes, shoots, edits and delivers news to all platforms (web, broadcast and digital channels). Although expected to cover stories from our entire region, this position will be based out of our Colchester, VT newsroom.
Enterprise stories from the field.
Shoot and edit own video and deliver to newsroom via wireless technology.
Write stories for newscast and other platforms.
Deliver live shots.
Minimum of one year professional news reporter experience.
Must have an understanding of news production techniques and the ability to develop an engaging presentation.
Must have strong writing and communication skills.
Should have valid driver’s license with a good driving record.
Ability to lift/carry 50 pounds.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Broadcast Journalism or Communications preferred.
Traffic Manager: Hall Communications Radio Group dba WOKO WKOL WJOY WIZN WBTZ has an opening for a Traffic Manager. The job responsibilities include working with sales and programming, entering sales orders and producing reports. This is important detailed data entry work in a fast paced environment. Send resume and references to General Manager, Dan Dubonnet email@example.com. Hall Communications is an EOE. No phone calls accepted. Posted October 13, 2017.
Marketing Consultant: Hall Communications Radio Group dba WOKO WKOL WJOY WIZN WBTZ is accepting resumes for a Marketing Consultant sales position. Prior sales experience is helpful. Candidate should also possess good verbal and writing skills. Hall Communications also has a great benefits package. This position is very competitive but for the right person can be very lucrative. Please send resume and references to Dan Dubonnet at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hall Communications is an EOE. No phone calls accepted. Posted October 13, 2017.
Senior Account Representative: WYRY radio is seeking a senior level sales professional to fill an existing vacancy in our marketing department. Established active client base, immediate commission on top of generous salary base. Media experience preferred. Exceptional interpersonal skills, organization, efficiency, aggressive nature, all desired. Complete benefit package. To arrange an interview, call 603-239-8200. EOE. Posted September 1, 2017.
Education: High School
Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)
Location: Nexstar – WFFF – Colchester, VT 05446 US (Primary)
Job Type: Full-time
Local 44 WFFF-TV and Local 22 WVNY-TV in Burlington, Vermont, has an immediate opening for a Photographer and back-up Director.
The Photographer will be responsible for executing live shots using microwave, satellite, or TVU technology. The candidate will often work alone to gather news content, as well as shoot alongside a reporter on a regular basis. The Photographer should be proficient in shot composition and lighting, and digital editing. We shoot on both Panasonic and JVC cameras.
This position will also train to serve as a back-up to our newscast Technical Directors, coordinating the efforts of all technical operators during newscasts and other live and recorded productions. We have a brand new studio and graphics, and an upgraded Ignite production system.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
1.Shoots video for news reports
2.Set us, composes and executes video shots
3.Maintains video equipment
4.Edits for newscasts using Bit Central Create and Adobe Premiere Software.
5.Operates live microwave and satellite trucks in remote situations Observes pictures through monitors, and used robotic cameras to adjust composition
6.Acts as a liaison between engineering and production departments
7.Works with the news producers to deliver a clean and high energy newscast Switches video sources during live broadcasts
8.Tests equipment to ensure proper operation Performs other duties as assigned
Requirements & Skills:
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
Minimum two years experience in news operations, production or videography e Proficiency with broadcast control equipment preferred • Proficiency with video cameras and equipment e Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize assignments and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.