Job Title: Broadcast Maintenance and IT Technician
Organisation: Nenah FM
Duty Station Morto
City : Uganda
Deadline: 17th August, 2013
Job Summary: Responsible for set up, operate, and maintain the electronic equipment used to transmit radio programs. Control audio equipment to regulate volume level and quality of sound during radio broadcasts. Operate transmitter to broadcast radio programs.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Set up, operate, and maintain radio broadcast equipment.
Report problems and take in equipment for repairs.
Clean and store equipment.
Record broadcast programs.
Align antennae with dishes to ensure clearest signal for broadcast transmission.
Monitor and adjust clarity, reliability, and strength of incoming and outgoing signals.
Log transmitter readings.
Regulate broadcast signals.
Design and modify equipment according to specifications.
Maintain antennas and cables.
Verify station is on-air.
Confer with station personnel to set audio levels.
Prepare program schedules.
Select source, such as satellite or studio, from which program will be recorded.
Prepare reports on content concerning future programming events.
Ensure signal is functioning properly before scheduled program.
Train assistants on how to use production equipment.
Maintain log for Uganda Communications Commission.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The Candidate must have strong technical and communication skills along with a proven track record of accomplishments in broadcast engineering.
Additional training and experience in IT and Microsoft operating systems and software.
The applicant should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in electronics, IT or equivalent education or experience
One or two years of experience as a maintenance and/or IT technician at a commercial broadcast television station
How to Apply:
Send your, resume and cover letter to: Managing Director Mr. Abu Martine Louis email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Hand deliver to FAMI HSE, 3rd Floor, Rm 58, Opposite NIC Building, Kampala or at the Radio Station in Moroto