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Chief Radio-TV Engineer Duties

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This is highly skilled technical and supervisory work in the installation, operation, maintenance, and modification of equipment utilized in radio and television studios and closed circuit television systems.
An employee allocated to this class of work is responsible for the management and direction of electronics personnel engaged in the operation and maintenance of closed circuit television systems, TV and radio studios, and related TV film and radio equipment. Work also involves directing the maintenance and repair of audio visual equipment and computer controlled security access equipment. Work is performed independently under the general direction of a faculty member and is reviewed by observation of results.


Supervises the installation, maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment utilized in TV studios, radio studios, and closed circuit TV systems, including color.

Advises and assists less experience engineers in the repair of complex equipment.

Inspects equipment and conducts performance checks to insure proper operation and conformity with FCC regulations.

Schedules studio and screening room usage; maintains log of instructional programs.

Designs and constructs electronic components and equipment; prepares printed circuit negatives.

Serves as chief engineer of WUOG-FM campus radio station including maintenance of transmission and studio equipment.

Supervises the repair and maintenance of audio tape records, video tape recorders, video cameras, film cameras, sound recording equipment, color, black and white television sets, sound and film projection equipment, and various electronic equipment.

Initiates orders for repair and replacement items; recommends new equipment purchases.

Maintains parts and supply inventory; trains new personnel in the repair and maintenance of equipment.

Consults with instructional faculty on classroom applications.

Instructs students on equipment usage and operation.

Maintains records for billing purposes and assesses charges.

Manages the unit budget; prepares periodic reports and budget estimates.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from an accredited college or university major course work in electronics or electrical engineering and considerable experience in broadcast radio and television operations including supervisory experience as a chief engineer; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Possession of a first class radio telephone operators license.

Thorough knowledge of television circuitry, maintenance, and the types of equipment utilized in the production and transmission of television programs.

Thorough knowledge of radio engineering operations including the installation, testing, operation, and maintenance of radio networks.

Considerable knowledge of FCC rules and regulations pertaining to radio and television engineering operations.

Considerable knowledge of color and monochrome TV cameras, recorders, and related equipment.

Considerable knowledge of the design and operation of RF distribution systems and two way VHF communications equipment.

Knowledge of radio-television safety standards.

Ability to plan, organize, and direct the maintenance and repair of radio and television equipment.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Ability to read and interpret electronic schematics and wiring diagrams.

Ability to supervise the work of others.

Ability to communicate orally and in writing.

Skill in the use of specialized equipment commonly used in radio-television engineering.

Skill in the design of electronic equipment.



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