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New York  
Production Coordinator/Manager - Full Time
Mar 24, 2015

Production Coordinator/Manager

TBN NYC has a full-time position.

Candidate must have TV production experience with a live multi-camera production. Candidate will be responsible for crewing, floor directing, editing, typing transcripts of programs, operating CG and audio, phones and office work. Experience in administrative work and editing a must.

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Tustin - CA  
A/P Scanning Clerk - Full Time
Mar 17, 2015

A/P Scanning Clerk - Full Time

Job duties:
Employee will learn the scanning software.
Employee will scan on a daily basis all A/P documents for HLE and TBN.
Employee will scan on a weekly basis all A/R documents.
Employee will learn the A/P filing system.
Hours are 8:30 - 5:30 M-F

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Tustin - CA  
Mail Room Clerk/Driver - Full Time
Feb 16, 2015

Mail Room Clerk/Back Up Driver

This is a full time position with medical and vacation benefits included. Applicants should be able to speak English fluently and have 2 years experience working in a related field.

Applicants must:

1.)    Have a Valid Class “C” Driver License issued by the State of California DMV

2.)    Must be able to lift up 50 pounds continuously with no physical limitations

3.)    Have good communications skills

4.)    Be able to perform miscellaneous activities as needed

5.)    Have a good attitude and be a self-starter

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WWRS-TV Brookfield, WI  
Production Director/Assistant Chief Engineer - Full Time
Feb 12, 2015

WWRS-TV: Production Director / Assistant Chief Engineer

Job Status: Full time, position located in Brookfield, WI

Oversee all aspects of studio productions including scheduling, and supervising, crews. Produces, and/or directs many of the programs shot in our studio. Must be proficient with a wide range of studio and audio/video equipment and must be able to edit using non-linear editing equipment including Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere. Must have good communication skills and be able to work with and train the volunteers, or professional media personnel we hire as independent contractors that crew our local TBN productions. Is willing to work with, and/train, media representatives from area churches to assist them in producing, or improving the quality of production, on their local Praise The Lord programs.

Responsible for reviewing “out of house” programs and spots for appropriate content, length and technical quality. Ingests local, paid and out of house program materials into the automation system for broadcast.

Operates, and trains others to operate, automated master control equipment. Trouble shoots and performs light maintenance on studio equipment, and automation system, under the supervision of the Chief Engineer. Is primary on call support and first responder for automation system related alarms, or problems that occur after hours and on weekends.

Processes daily logs as needed. Uploads edited logs to the automation system, or supervises these activities when performed by other staff members. Verifies proper operation of the stations PSIP/Program guide equipment, updates program guide content as needed.

Acts as Backup Engineer/Operator for the WWRS-TV transmitter site. Is capable of performing transmitter readings, verifying waveform readings and numeric limits using appropriate DTV test equipment. Starts, and stops the transmitter, adds or drops individual cabinets as needed to meet minimum FCC licensed requirements. Will be on call 24/7 to respond to FCC required transmitter issues, when the Chief Engineer is not available.

Due to safety considerations, this person will not be asked to perform any internal electrical maintenance on the transmitter unless they are accompanied by a qualified broadcast engineer, trained in electronic equipment maintenance, OSHA and TBN safety procedures and is qualified to operate the stations transmitter.

Management skills a must, and familiarity with broadcast transmitters, FCC regulations, component level equipment maintenance, field production, computer systems, or IT experience, is a plus.

This person will also perform any other duties assigned to them by the Chief Engineer or Station Manager

This person reports directly to the Chief Engineer and ultimately to the Station Manager and will be evaluated by the manager in terms of general employee performance.

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WWRS-TV Brookfield, WI  
Chief Engineer - Full Time
Dec 8, 2014

Job Status

  • Exempt, Full Time


Supervision Received

  • Reports directly to the Station Manager and is evaluated by the manager in terms of general employee performance.

  • Cooperates with and is evaluated by the Network Vice President, Engineering in the area of performance of technical skills, good engineering practice and compliance with corporate and FCC technical policies.


Supervision Exercised

  • Assistant Chief Engineer


Responsibilities

  • Fulfill the function of Chief Operator as described in Part 73.1870 of FCC Rules.

  • Responsible to fulfill all duties required of a departmental head.

  • Responsible for maintaining full compliance at all time with all pertinent FCC Rules dealing with technical operations at television broadcast stations as specified in Parts 17, 73 and 74 of the FCC Rules.

  • Responsible for monitoring all transmission facilities to determine compliance with FCC Rules and performing, or supervising the performance of any and all corrective actions and repairs to maintain compliance with the rules, company policy and good engineering practice.

  • Oversee the training of all transmitter operations personnel to a skill level which renders those personnel knowledgeable and capable of performing their duties in compliance with FCC Rules and company policies prior to assuming responsibility in that capacity.

  • Oversee the training of all non‑transmitter operations personnel to a skill level required for the position by the station and good engineering practice.

  • Responsible for maintaining and keeping in proper working order all transmission and studio, and various other electrical/mechanical equipment found at television stations.

  • Responsible for providing personal support in whatever capacity is required to assist in successful production of television programs as needed.

  • Responsible for providing personal support in whatever capacity is required to assist Station Manager to help meet the needs of the station.

  • Responsible for maintaining 24‑hour "on‑call" liaison with station personnel, and available during those time to render emergency assistance. Otherwise, responsible for designating a competent alternate person as a back‑up during illness, vacation and other approved absences.

  • Responsible for maintaining compliance with pertinent FCC Rules as regarding posting or keeping station technical files, records, logs, licenses, permits, authorizations or other required documents. In particular, the weekly performance of the Chief Operator Log Review of the Station Log as specified in Part 73.1870 (c) (3).

  • Responsible for efficient effective scheduling and management of all engineering department personnel, including but not limited to participating in hiring and dismissal decisions and disciplinary actions.

  • Responsible for the purchase of all capital and non‑capital items necessary for proper operation of the facility under direct supervision and cooperation of the Station Manager (and in some cases the Network Vice President of Engineering) at the lowest possible cost to the station.



Position Requirements

  • Working knowledge of general electronic theory

  • Computer literacy and systems familiarity

  • Analog and digital component level trouble‑shooting skills as applied to television transmitters, microwave systems, satellite receive systems, studio, electrical, mechanical and other equipment used in television broadcast stations.

  • Knowledge of all FCC Rules pertinent to television broadcast technical requirements as found in Parts 17, 73 and 74.

  • Supervisory skills sufficient to properly and efficiently train, schedule and manage a technical staff.

  • Organizational skills sufficient for timely filing of required company reports, FCC reporting and logging requirements, scheduling of preventative maintenance and general coverage of required activities of the engineering department.

  • Previous experience as chief engineer or technical supervisor at a television broadcast station is preferred.



Education and Certifications

  • High school diploma (or equivalent)

  • Two or more years of college level electronics curricula or bona fide electronics school/military equivalent.

  • Valid FCC radio operator permit.

  • Society of Broadcast Engineers certification preferred.

  • Valid Drivers license

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