Broadcasting Engineer

first_imgFor consideration, applicants are required to attach thefollowing:1: Documentation confirming High School completion or equivalent(High School DIPLOMA / GED or Transcripts showing completion ofhigh school/ GED .You may submit COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTS as asubstitute.2: Online Application – Must be fully completed, include all datesof employment, employment status (full-time or if part-time,include percentages), job duties and responsibilities (fulldetails).3: Cover Letter.4: Resume.5: A list of three Professional References.EXAMINATION DETAILS :This vacancy involves a paper exam. Please see the StateUniversities Civil Service System ( SUCSS ) website for additionaldetails at www.sucss.illinois.gov .RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT :Illinois residency is required within 180 days of hire date.VETERAN’S PREFERENCE POINTS :Veterans may be eligible to receive additional points on a passingfinal examination score. To determine eligibility, submit one ofthe following documents to the Department of Human Resources:1: Department of Defense – DD214/DD2152: National Guard – NGB22 Form3: Discharge Orders4: Reserves – DD256 Discharge Certificate**Note: Must be received by the closing date of this posting. Special Instructions to Applicants Do you have a high school diploma or equivalent?YesNo Position Details Position End Date (if temporary) Department Employee ID Governors State University is seeking to hire a BroadcastingEngineer. This position carries various duties in the departmentwith the focus on oversight of facility resources. The BroadcastingEngineer is responsible for assisting with maintenance/operation ofall broadcast equipment and systems supporting DLMD . This personassists in implementation of effective production procedures toensure our production department operates at peak efficiency. Thisposition is responsible for assisting the Chief BroadcastingEngineer in their duties as technical leader of DLMD . TheBroadcasting Engineer assists in the technical training of allstaff.Essential Responsibilities:25% – Assist in set-up, configuration, maintenance, diagnosis andoperation of broadcast systems and equipment. Assist in monitoring,testing and measurement of critical systems. Assist inadministration of network, media storage, archive and edit systemsin broadcast and production environments including televisionstudios/control rooms.25% – Management of postproduction processes and facility hardwareand software including: organizational systems for raw media andcompleted programming via LTO storage system, and JBOD library; andtest and define best practices in file distribution/conversionbased on emerging technologies and client requests; assistProducer/Directors in postproduction process by providing trainingand technical support in Avid Media Composer editing systems;organize and maintain EVO Project Share System project list, loginaccounts, and permissions.15% – Provide television and media production services includingCCU control, record/playback deck control, ingestion of programmingfootage in studio; provide expertise in remote production setupincluding use of fly-away production system and ENG -styleproductions.15% – Assist with troubleshooting equipment issues, installation ofsystem updates, maintenance of subscription services and versionupgrades, maintain A/V signal flow to campus monitors, and manageequipment inventory.10% – Assist in creation and maintenance of accurate and up-to-datedocumentation of all systems. Utilize facility and systemdocumentation to facilitate/support activities. Maintains workareas and tools.5% – Work with Program Developer (Coordinator) and ChiefBroadcasting Engineer to coordinate use of facilities andfabrication of materials for new or modified projects.5% – Other Duties Assigned.Other Responsibilities:• Demonstrates knowledge and good judgment in matters of collegepolicy and procedures.• Stays well informed regarding Media Advancements andTechnologies.• Completes miscellaneous correspondence, research, reports, andmemos as requested.• Proactive Leader – Works well without close supervision anddemonstrates initiative.• Assists with questions and problems courteously andpromptly.• Communicate major outages to department managers.• Maintain and grow technical and job knowledge.• Close interactions with students regarding training and knowledgeof departmental equipment and process.Competencies:• Comprehensive knowledge of FCC regulations &guidelines.• Experience with Broadcast Automation systems andmaintenance.• Reporting functions are completed accurately and timely, and inaccordance with established policies and guidelines of DLMD and/orcampus environment.• Effective working relations exist with multiple campusorganizations and departments.• DLMD’s professional reputation is maintained.• Apply proven communication, analytical and problem solving skillsto help identify, report and resolve issues in order to maximizethe benefit of the systems investment.• Knowledge/ability to apply terminations/connectors to varioustypes of network cables such as coaxial, twisted pair, and opticalfiber cables that carry SDI video, AES audio, RF and IP signalsConnector Types include BNC, N, F, RJ-4S, andD-sub-miniature.• Skills to grow into a subject matter expert.• Ability to install and configure PC and Mac Workstations.• Knowledge of networking, Mac, Windows and PC operatingsystems.• Basic understanding of IT Networking, Firewalls andFiber-Optics.Salary Range: up to $52,000.00.(This is a non-unionized position. Salary starts at the base and isdetermined based on Education and Experience exceeding the minimumqualifications). Position TypeCivil Service Position Summary REQUIRED : DOCUMENTATION CONFIRMING HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION OREQUIVALENT MUST BE ATTACHED FOR CONSIDERATION OF THIS POSITION,COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTS MAY BE SUBSTITUTED (See “Specialinstructions to applicants” section below).1. High School Graduation or equivalent2.A. Credit for 60 semester hours of college course work, with aminimum of 30 semester hours in electrical engineering orelectronics. ( ATTACHED COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY TRANSCRIPTS TO SHOWELECTRICAL ENGINEERING OR ELECTRONICS COURSEWORK .)ORB. Associate degree in electronics or radio/televisionengineering.ORC. Successful completion of a trade or vocational school program inelectronics or radio/television engineering lasting two academicyears.ORD. 18 months of experience in radio and television engineering ortelevision engineering.ORE. Any combination of A – D that totals 18 months. Open Until FilledNo Type of SearchExternal Quicklink for Postinghttps://employment.govst.edu/postings/5420center_img * Are you a resident of the State of Illinois?YesNo Classification TitleBroadcasting Engineer Closing Date05/31/2021 Minimum Qualifications Posting Date02/23/2021 Preferred Qualifications Position’s Functional TitleBroadcasting Engineer Posting NumberCS0453P Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Desired Education and Experience:• Bachelor’s degree in Media Communications or similar field, and3-5 years’ experience.• Experience in professional TV/Video/Multimedia production withrequired knowledge of broadcast engineering, lighting, editing,media management, network infrastructures, and archiving.• Solid understanding of TCP /IP protocols (e.g. HTTP, FTP, SNMP,NTP ) and how TCP /IP-based services work ( DNS, DHCP )required.• Experience with Tightrope Media Systems Carousel and CableCastsystems• Advanced knowledge of media formats and platforms consisting ofprofessional and social media distribution.• Advanced abilities of set construction and design.• Advanced knowledge of professional editing systems, especiallyAvid, not only for basic editing but for creation of advancecompositing and visual effects, mattes, animation. Position Start Date Required DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterHigh School Diploma or GEDList of ReferencesTranscriptsOptional DocumentsLetter of RecommendationCertification/Professional LicenseVeteran’s Preference Points DocumentationOtherOther2Other3last_img read more

Ocean City Schools Earn Top World Languages Program Honor

first_imgThe Ocean City School District just received top honors as having the best World Languages Program in the state. New Jersey Teacher of the Year Amy Andersen’s American Sign Language course is one of the reasons, officials say. By Maddy VitaleThe Ocean City School District already has the top superintendent and top teacher in the state.Adding to a list of achievements, the district was selected by the New Jersey Department of Education as having the best World Languages Program in the state, one that will be used as a model for other districts over the next two years, explained Director of Academic Services Curt Nath.The district of 2,300 students offers Spanish, French, Italian, Latin, Greek, Spanish and American Sign Language. Across the district there are about a dozen world language teachers. Spanish is taught in both the Primary School and Intermediate School.“We have such a diversity of languages,” Nath said. “That is one of the benefits of our district and we are one of the few around that has the ASL program.”Nath, a high school Spanish teacher in the district for 12 years before becoming director of academics, said the district was notified Thursday of the honor and a congratulatory letter from the DOE just arrived.Over the next two years, representatives from school districts across the state can visit Ocean City and view the program.“If someone would like to improve their program or start one, they can use us as a resource,” Nath said.  The Ocean City School District has many top credits including, New Jersey Teacher of the Year Amy Andersen and New Jersey Superintendent of the Year Kathleen Taylor.Ocean City Schools Superintendent Kathleen Taylor said the district being selected as the best for World Languages is such an honor and a testament to the hard work of the teachers and Nath.The World Language award follows the selection of Taylor as New Jersey Superintendent of the Year and Ocean City High School American Sign Language teacher Amy Andersen as New Jersey Teacher of the Year.Nath, meanwhile, said it is a great honor for Ocean City to be named best World Languages program in the state, but noted it was not an easy process to win the award.The district began working on the required paperwork last year. The initial documents were sent to the DOE over the summer. In October and November, the DOE conducted phone interviews with school staff and students. In November and December, they did follow-up interviews. They also did site visits and observed the classrooms in the late fall and came back in February, Nath said.“It was an arduous and rigorous process. We had to send a series of documents to them and samples of our lesson plans, curriculum, assessments and students’ work,” Nath said. “They looked at everything.” While he didn’t know how many districts applied, a list of winning programs in the state will be listed on the DOE website soon, he said.Nath said he thinks he has a pretty good idea what makes the district’s World Languages program so special.“It is a commitment to the languages, which comes from the top down. For example, at the high school, we consider it one of our core subject matters – even though it isn’t,” Nath said. “We have an investment in it, an understanding of the importance of World Languages and how it can help our students across the boards.” Nath said the credit should go to the excellent teachers who continue to make an impact on the students. He said as an ASL instructor, Andersen has made such an impression on the students. “We have students graduating after taking two to three languages,” he said.  On June 11, the DOE will present the district with the honor during a ceremony in Trenton, Nath said. The district holds a bilingual education with such a high regard, students in the World Languages program can obtain a state seal of biliteracy. They must pass the oral proficiency interview, the same as is given by the state for World Language teachers, Nath explained.Nath said the importance of learning another language extends beyond helping with employment opportunities after school, it also helps with your native language.“Learning a new language has a huge and positive impact,” he said. “I think we do some great things to assist our students and our staff. The most exciting thing about working here is celebrating our successes, but we are already on to our next endeavor.”For more information call the school district at 609-399-1290. Ocean City High Schoollast_img read more

Aromatic employees move over to Bakels

first_imgTwo of Aromatic’s UK employees will join parent company British Bakels as part of an integration plan due to be completed by the end of March 2012.General manager Stephen Smith and technical sales manager David Perkins will join the bakery ingredients manufacturer, following its acquisition of Aromatic AB, the Swedish supplier of bakery ingredients, in December last year.British Bakels said the only changes Aromatic’s customers would notice was with the placing of orders, distribution – where British Bakels’ existing delivery service will be used – and the payment of invoices.Paul Morrow, management board member of Bakels Worldwide and interim managing director of Bakels UK, said: “I am delighted that Stephen and David are joining the new operation. They have real expertise in the confectionery market and I know they will be a great benefit to British Bakels.”Both companies will continue to ship products from Sweden into the UK, as Bakels already has a manufacturing plant in the country. The new business will combine the shipment into a single carrier, giving benefits in order lead time and stock turnover.Bakels’ acquisition of the privately-owned family business was its second last year, after the global company purchased Swiss firm Nutribake AG in the first quarter.last_img read more