New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for an assistant chief engineer, an IT engineer, an IT administrator, an MMJ and an anchor/reporter for stations owned by Gray, Nexstar and Hearst.
WWBT, Gray’s NBC affiliate in Richmond, Va., has openings for an assistant chief rngineer, an IT engineer and an IT administrator.
Downtown Richmond is anchored by Virginia Commonwealth University, which draws a large crowd of younger part-time residents. World-class museums, a vibrant food scene and a wide array of entertainment options from concerts and theater performances to family-friendly festivals can be found in Richmond. The Richmond metro area features more than 100 local parks and plenty of recreational activities.
Assistant Chief Engineer: Responsibilities include supervising broadcast engineering/IT staff, project management, and installation, repair and maintenance of all television station equipment.
IT Engineer: IT Engineer will provide hardware and software support for all departments on multiple computer and networking platforms using a wide variety of business and broadcasting software.
IT Administrator: WWBT seeks full time IT Administrator to install, configure, administer, and support computer hardware, software, and Windows LANs. MCSE preferred, 4 years extensive hands-on Active Directory experience required.
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KRQE, Nexstar’s CBS-Fox affiliate in Albuquerque, N.M., is lookin for a multimedia journalist who will produce, report, shoot, write, voice, edit and feed news content for all platforms that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Albuquerque residents have plenty to keep them busy. The Albuquerque BioPark’s zoo, gardens and aquarium are popular with families, and a host of museums are great places to spend the rare rainy day. Albuquerque has a robust culinary scene that features local red and green chile peppers, s,and includes nationally recognized wineries and breweries. Albuquerque offers quick access to outdoor recreation, such as hiking, mountain biking and even skiing in the Sandia Mountains that border the metro area to the east. The Rio Grande that flows through the city center is a playground for kayakers, and miles of walking and cycling trails wind through its wooded banks.
KOCO, the Hearst ABC affiliate in Oklahoma City, is looking for a high-energy weekend anchor/reporter who knows how to tell visual stories and can do active, engaged live shots. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality, KOCO wants an anchor/reporter who isn’t afraid to head out into the field and break the big stories. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
According to U.S. News & World Report, Oklahoma City is where you can find cowboy history, festivals, horse shows, museums and more. Although it is slowly becoming more cosmopolitan in feel thanks to an expanding dining and entertainment scene, Oklahoma City is still home to the world’s largest stocker-feeder cattle market. And in the Stockyards City district, many leather-scented shops can outfit you with everything from boots, belts and buckles to horse saddles, ropes and 10-gallon hats. The influx of younger residents in recent years has infused the region with a more energetic, creative and progressive feel than in the past. The city’s greatest asset is its people. The community is tight-knit, and people are willing to offer a friendly hello, ever aware that their region is really a small town at heart.