EMPLOYMENT & OTHER CLASSIFIEDS

 

SALES REPRESENTATIVE - WIND RIVER RADIO NETWORK:  Posted 12/13/2021

 

  • Maintain productive visit/call schedule for all accounts

  • Make yourself aware of customer's promotional/sales schedules and provide comprehensive advertising support

  • Make yourself aware of customer's advertising needs, also what methods work and why, what doesn't work and why

  • Maintain strict confidentiality regarding account information

  • Take responsibility for correct ads on air at all times, maintains start/end dates on all ads in automation/network system

  • Turn in all order on time

  • Maintain co-op and change orders in a timely fashion to insure correct billing

  • Maintain organized files on all accounts

  • Participate in meetings

  • Other duties as assigned

For more information, contact:  Kevin Shields - kevin@wrrnetwork.com

Wind River Radio Network is an equal opportunity employer

 

CHIEF ENGINEER - Legend Communications, Cody, WY -   Posted:  12/13/2021  Closes 1/31/2022

 

Details:
 

Working in radio, Broadcast Engineers are responsible for the installation, maintenance, and operation of all broadcast-related equipment. They also provide technical support in the arenas of live events, remotes, concerts, and voice recording, ensuring the quality production and transmission of audio. Knowing video helpful. Broadcast Engineers typically work within broadcast or recording studios, although they also may work in event spaces, such as hotels, entertainment venues and arenas.  

We have a cluster of 21 signals. We have a mountain separating our group. This position in for the 9 stations, and 4 translators on the west side of the Big Horn Mountains. From Cody to Worland Wyoming. If you love the outdoors, hunt and/or fish we would love to talk to you. We have the best back yard maybe you have heard of it “Yellowstone National Park.”

 

Experience:

Working in radio, Broadcast Engineers are responsible for the installation, maintenance, and operation of all broadcast-related equipment. They also provide technical support in the arenas of live events, remotes, concerts, and voice recording, ensuring the quality production and transmission of audio. Knowing video helpful. Broadcast Engineers typically work within broadcast or recording studios, although they also may work in event spaces, such as hotels, entertainment venues and arenas.  

Broadcast Engineer Duties and Responsibilities

Install Broadcast Equipment  

The Broadcast Engineer is responsible for receiving and installing all new audio and visual equipment. They must be capable of reading and understanding schematics and technical manuals in order to effectively follow installation instructions.

Maintain Broadcast Equipment

The Broadcast Engineer is responsible for performing regular maintenance on all broadcast equipment as well as preventative maintenance. This includes performing regular software and hardware updates. Broadcast Engineers must be extremely knowledgeable regarding all broadcast technology to effectively care for equipment and ensure that it does not fail.

Troubleshoot Problems

Often working within time-sensitive environments or for live broadcasts, the Broadcast Engineer must be able to quickly troubleshoot and diagnose video and audio issues. This includes performing extensive testing before a recording or transmission, as well as solving any problems that arise once a broadcast has begun. They may also have to communicate with third parties, such as the equipment vendors, to troubleshoot and resolve technical issues.

Repair Broadcast Equipment

Once a problem is diagnosed, the Broadcast Engineer, sometimes in conjunction with other team members, is responsible for finding a solution and completing repairs to the equipment until it is functioning well again. Often these repairs must be completed in a timely manner. The Broadcast Engineer is also responsible for identifying when repairs are not possible and new equipment must be ordered.

Recommend Enhancements

To stay updated with changing technologies and maintain excellent broadcast quality, the Broadcast Engineer must come up with solutions for continual broadcast improvement. This includes providing the company or studio with recommendations for equipment updates, enhancements, and modifications, and then performing them. Broadcast Engineers also make suggestions for new technology and equipment when necessary.

 
Requirements:

Broadcast Engineers must be able to solve complex problems in a timely manner. Often working on strict deadlines or within live production environments, Broadcast Engineers must be calm under pressure, have excellent time management skills and the ability to recall extensive technical knowledge quickly. They must be detail-oriented to identify and prevent potential technical issues. They must be able to prioritize and shift work priorities quickly, maintaining flexibility and quick response time.

Core skills:

  • Having broadcast or IT experience

  • Obtaining some technical education

  • Becoming proficient in Windows, Apple, and Linux operating systems

  • Possessing computer network or network security knowledge and training

  • Exhibiting experience in maintaining and operating transmission equipment

  • Having knowledge of audio and video software and applications

  • Demonstrating an ability to interface with clients and other departments

Advanced skills:

  • Flexible schedule and ability to support a 24/7 operation

  • Project management experience

  • Experience in live production environments

On any given day,

  • Program an automation computer

  • Change the battery on a backup generator

  • Change the battery bank in an 18 KVA UPS

  • Clean a transmitter

  • Aim a satellite dish

  • Trouble shoot a DS-1 Circuit

  • Trouble shoot a T-1 MUX

  • Repair a microwave transmitter or receiver

  • Take a set of monitor points

  • Repair a tower light flasher circuit

  • Install a console (analog, digital, IP routing, TDM routing)

  • Repair a CD player

  • Trouble shoot a transmitter RF module

  • PM a generator

  • Work with a tower crew to place an antenna on a tower

  • Install an RF connector on 3-inch transmission line

  • Wire an air conditioning unit at a transmitter site

  • Repair lightning damaged ATU

  • Trouble shoot an AC unit

  • Aim an STL antenna

  • Repair an RPU transmitter

  • Design a computer network

  • Trouble shoot and repair a FM transmitter

  • Wire a new rack room

  • Coordinate a complex format change

  • Install a translator

  • Program and wire a new satellite receiver

  • Wire a transmitter remote control

  • Hike to a transmitter site to after a natural disaster

  • Trouble shoot an audio hum

  • Pass an FCC inspection

  • Install and program an EAS unit

  • Wire a new studio

  • Design a tower light monitor circuit

  • Fix a studio phone system

  • Install an audio router

  • Match an AM transmitter to a new tower

  • Wire an ethernet patch panel

  • Program a wireless access point

  • Install an IP router

  • Manage a new tower project

  • Install a new transmitter

  • Re-install an old transmitter

  • Make NRSC measurements on an AM transmitter

  • Repair a corrupt OS

  • Replace a hard drive

  • Reboot a server

  • Fix a reel to reel machine

  • Install a computer program

  • Clean a console

  • Pass an inspection by the fire marshal

 

Additional Information:
Salary DOE, we offer Medical, Dental, Paid time off and the best group of employees to work with. Job open until filled. Legend Communications of WY is an equal opportunity employer.

Contact:
If interested, please send your resume to jhogan@bhrnwy.com

Job posted by an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

MORNING SHOW HOST/LEGEND COMMUNICATIONS:  Posted 7/19/2021

Legend Communications in Worland, Wy is searching for a morning show host for our news, talk, sports AM station. We are looking for an individual that loves talking to community leaders on air, taking listener calls during the show and being a part of the community. Duties include but are not limited to; three-hour morning talk show Monday-Friday, gathering and writing news, writing stories each day for our website and social media sites as well as production and voice tracking on our Classic rock station. Salary depends on experience, medical insurance reimbursement, and paid vacation. If you are interested, please email your resume and air check to tmichael@bhrnwy.com. EOE

NEWS REPORTER:  Posted 7/1/2021

WyoRadio, home of local radio stations, KQSW, KMRZ, KSIT and KRKK and Wyo4News has an immediate opening for a News Reporter to add to our busy news staff!

Job Responsibilities:

As a News Reporter you will write articles and features for Wyo4News and transfer to WyoRadio platforms.  You will also be responsible for producing the station's on-line news presence through the WyoRadio's website and social media accounts and enhance and maintain station's on-air news/information presence.

 

Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelors in Journalism or related field preferred.

  • 2-3 years’ experience in on-air presentation preferred. 

  • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite; including:  Photoshop, Light room, In-Design and Dreamworks.

  • Knowledge of Adobe Audition preferred.

  • Experience in Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Office Suite preferred.

 

This is a regular, full-time position that is paid an hourly rate with a flexible schedule.  A Competitive benefits package including vacation, holiday pay, sick time, health, dental, vision and AFLAC are also offered. 

 

Applications and complete job descriptions are available at Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, 2451 Foothill Blvd., Suite 100, Rock Springs, WY  82901.  Resumes and writing samples must accompany applications.  Applications will not be given or accepted at the WyoRadio Office.   You may also email your application, resume and writing samples to ipchr@wyoming.com.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  WyoRadio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.