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Chief Engineer

We have a rare opening in our broadcast engineer friendly company for an experienced Chief Engineer.

The candidate should have in-depth experience in AM & FM RF transmission systems including digital HD radio, studio audio, (both analog and digital), and sufficient IT knowledge to work with and install broadcast automation, DAW’s and general workstations. Responsibilities will also include providing telephone and in person support to our University of Virginia Sports Affiliates.

FCC and SBE certifications are a plus. You should have good interpersonal skills and be a self-starter who can take charge of projects and organize your own work day. In addition, the candidate will be responsible for developing annual local engineering capital expenditure budgets and help plan for future growth and upgrades.

The candidate will work with the regional IT Manager who will provide IT support for the stations when necessary.  Also, the Chief Engineers of other Saga markets are available to advise and aid as needed.  The Corporate Director of Engineering will provide support on engineering and legal matters through other corporate resources.

Offer includes a competitive salary, use of a company vehicle including fuel, free cell phone, excellent health plan, and a 401k plan.

Ask any of our 21 Chief Engineers about the respect, support and consistent investment in our broadcast facilities, and our people, that has created a stable work environment and enviable reputation for professionalism in the broadcast industry.

Please email resume in confidence to: Jim Principi, President and General Manager

Saga Communications and Charlottesville Radio Group are equal opportunity employers.

 

 

 

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