New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a chief engineer, a sales executive and a sales account executive.
WROC, Nexstar’s CBS Affiliate, in Rochester, N.Y., needs a chief engineer to oversee the day-to-day operations of the engineering department and is responsible for the maintenance of all broadcast technology and equipment at the station and transmitter sites. Assigns projects to staff and verifies that deadlines are being met. Manages all aspects of the engineering department. Maintains all broadcast technology and equipment for the station and transmitter sites. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
One of the reasons many people choose to live in Rochester is its affordability. The cost of living is significantly below the national average, which is likely why families choose to move to the area and stay. Rochesterians enjoy more than 3,500 acres of nationally recognized parks. And with Lake Ontario, many residents spend warm days out on the water sailing, boating or fishing.
The Weather Company, an IBM Business, is looking for a sales executive to be part of the expanding team in the North American media industry. This person will be the face of IBM’s capabilities to the customer. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
The Weather Company is the leading provider of weather data, forecasts and technology to hundreds of local television stations, driving their production of weather content on television broadcasts, mobile applications, websites, social and OTT/Streaming platforms.
KCCI, Hearst’s CBS affiliate in Des Moines, Iowa, needs an experienced account executive, someone with superb sales skills, a positive attitude and a desire to win. KCCI wants an account executive who will develop and maintain business on all platforms – TV, digital, and multicast. Click here for more specifics and how to apply
You will work in one of America’s top cities for business climate and quality of life. Des Moines is listed as the ninth best place to live according to U.S. News and World Report, which listed Des Moines as one of the top five most affordable and best cities to live in and Livability.com calls Des Moines a millennial hotspot.