Assistant Chief Engineer - KALB-TV News Channel 5 & CBS 2

Assistant Chief Engineer

KALB-TV  News Channel 5 is looking for a full-time Assistant Chief Engineer.

The qualified individual will have experience with U-H-F transmitter systems, including digital transmitters and microwave technology.

Experience with state of the art digital studio equipment is necessary. This includes digital editing systems, cameras, routers, switchers, automation interfaces with traffic systems and other studio equipment.

A good working knowledge of computers and networking is required. This position requires excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

A minimum of 5-to-10 years of experience is necessary in related television station operations.

E-mail your resume with a cover letter to the Chief Engineer by sending it to: engineer@kalb.com

Or you can mail a copy of your resume to the attention of our Chief Engineer at KALB-TV: 605 Washington Street, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301.

Interviews will be arranged by appointment. No phone calls please.

KALB-TV is a Hoak Media Company, an equal opportunity employer.

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