Studio Engineer

Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Monday - Friday, Days
Studio Engineer
Wage/Hr:$65.00Hours/Week:20Minimum Age:55

The Studio Engineer?s main projects include providing system integration, installation timing, maintenance and repair; operating broadcast electronics and taking lead responsibility for systems design of broadcast audio equipment; maintaining audio-visual presentation system maintenance; and testing and analyzing existing production facility equipment and suggesting updates.


Minimum of 2 year(s) of experience in Providing engineering support in a studio environment OR HS/GED Degree

  • Experience required with Windows, MS Word, MS Excel
  • MS SharePoint; MS Teams; MS PowerPoint

Studio Engineer will serve as an on-air technical engineer for live telecasts and multiple camera programs and maintain, install, and integrate audio/visual equipment at the NTC.

  • System integration, installation, timing, maintenance, and repair   30%
  • Broadcast electronics and system design   30%
  • Audio-Visual Presentation System Maintenance   15%
  • Testing and Evaluation/Research Development   15%
  • Operational Support   10%

  • Physical requirements: Typical electronics work is conducted in a workbench environment with hand tools. Equipment installation and integration work requires lifting equipment up to 50 pounds and the moving and assembly of electronic racks. Routine maintenance and wiring require work on ladders and scaffolding to access overhead equipment and signal cables. The incumbent may be required to work a tour of duty which deviates from the normal work week to meet production deadlines, the time frames of broadcast operations, and remote field work.

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