Broadcast Maintenance Engineer- WCSH-TV

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WCSH 6 has an immediate opening in beautiful Portland, ME for a Broadcast Maintenance Engineer to support the company's multiple broadcast, online and production facilities. This is a technical hands-on position involving all aspects of installing and supporting sophisticated equipment in a fast paced television environment.

Desired Skills & Experience
Engineering, broadcasting, new media education and/or experience is required. This includes a good understanding of electronics, electrical/mechanical equipment, broadcast signals, maintenance and repair of electronic and computer systems and networks. Prior experience with software systems used to operate a TV station and to produce content will be a plus. Good interpersonal and communication skills are essential.

You must be able to perform well under pressure. High energy and an ability to quickly understand complex situations and provide effective solutions are needed. A demonstrated ability to respond quickly during times of emergencies or breaking news is necessary.

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Company Description
WCSH-TV began telecasting on Sunday afternoon, December 20, 1953. Local news coverage has been a major consideration right from the start and with the strength of sister station WLBZ 2 in Bangor, NEWS CENTER is now truly the largest statewide news and weather service. WCSH 6 has featured NBC Network news, primetime and sports programming since our sign-on.

In 1998, WCSH 6 and WLBZ 2 were acquired by the Gannett Company, a leading international news and information company that publishes 103 daily newspapers including USA TODAY as well as nearly 1,200 non-daily publications. Gannett also operates 21 other television stations reaching more than 20 million households. In the mid 90's WCSH 6 NEWS CENTER expanded program delivery to WCSH6.com. In 2002, WCSH-DT signed on the air, to bring high definition television to Southern Maine.

From the original Channel 6 News Journal to present day WCSH 6 NEWS CENTER, the people of NEWS CENTER have won the loyalty and trust of more Maine viewers than any other Maine news and information source.

As a proud member of the Gannett family of respected media companies, we are an equal opportunity employer.

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