MASTER CONTROL/TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN
WESTERN RESERVE PUBLIC MEDIA is recruiting a Master Control/Traffic Technician for its broadcast operations. Candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day functions of preparing and airing programs and interstitial elements as a cohesive, uninterrupted, regulation compliant channel broadcast for all of Western Reserve Public Media’s broadcast channels. Candidate will also assist the Traffic Coordinator with certain traffic related duties. Candidate should have knowledge of professional digital video standards such as time code, and a general knowledge of server/client computer applications and operations. Preference will be given for experience in a broadcast environment, including automation and traffic software, matrix routers, switchers, tape machines, and a good understanding of signal flow necessary to operate these systems. Candidate should have good written and verbal communications skills, and any level of education or experience will be considered as long as it relates to the position. Position is full time and offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, life insurance, paid holidays, sick days, and vacation days. Position is primarily day shift, but you will be required to be on call 24/7 and required to work other shifts as needed. Western Reserve Public Media is an EOE/AA employer, and women, minorities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Background check and drug testing may be required. Resume and references should be e-mailed to
. No outside agency referrals and no phone calls will be accepted.
We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage applications from women, minorities and persons with disabling conditions.
Western Reserve Public Media is dedicated to providing broad outreach regarding job vacancies at the station. We seek help of local organizations in referring qualified applicants to our station. Organizations that wish to receive our vacancy information should contact the station by calling 330-821-6413 or 330-677-4549.