Tampa Radio Staff Engineer

A rare opportunity is available to join a major market radio engineering team to work with some of the newest state of the art technology at Tampa's Beasley Media Group. Duties include but are not limited to studio and transmitter maintenance and construction, as well as troubleshooting advanced RF Systems, and audio routing systems. The ideal candidate will be successful in working well with staff, thinking clearly under pressure, and applying creative solutions in a timely matter. Qualifications
  • Minimum five years of radio engineering experience;
  • Knowledge of RF Systems, and RF troubleshooting skills;
  • Experience with radio studio construction and maintenance;
  • Experience with WideOrbit Radio Automation software is preferred, but not required;
  • Ability to provide helpdesk support to end users for Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems;
  • Knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures regarding Networking;
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds;
  • Must be willing to work off hours and be on call;
  • Must have own transportation;
  • SBE Certification a plus;
  • Ensure compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Valid drivers' license and vehicle insurance are required;
Last date for consideration: Until Filled Applicants may send cover letter and resume to: Techjobs@bbgi.com Website: http://www.bbgi.com Beasley Media Group, LLC. is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Send materials to: techjobs@bbgi.com
Beasley Media Group
9721 Executive Center Dr N
St. Petersberg, FL 33702

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