Job Description:

Under limited supervision, performs a variety of technical network/system duties including the application of network communications regulations and principles, the use of precision instruments and technical equipment, and the installation, diagnosis, repair, and calibration of communications equipment; may supervise or lead other technical or analyst workers as needed; performs related work as assigned.

Pay rate may be commensurate with education and/or experience within fiscal constraints, if approved.

Examples of Work

Perform daily maintenance and support of broadcast hardware, software and networks for TV, Radio and OTT. Help support IP transition of broadcast infrastructure. System maintenance of broadcast system including routing, monitoring, air playout, recording and streaming. Work across other groups at NET for collaboration in broadcast workflow and processes. Keep abreast of new standards and technology including IEEE, SMPTE and ITU standards as well as technology trends in IP, cloud and OTT. Assist engineering in implementation of new systems.

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS: An associate’s or similar two-year technical degree in communications/electronic equipment or related discipline of study OR equivalent work experience (3 years) using, maintaining, repairing, modifying, and testing communications/electronic equipment. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of: theory and principles of communications and electronics; applicable standards and procedures regarding network/system installation and related documentation;

Ability to: perform physical tasks of installing communications equipment including ability to hear, climb, squat, bend, reach, twist, grasp, push, pull, kneel, lift hand over head, stand for periods of time, walk distances; calculate solutions to mathematical problems; communicate verbally and in writing with coworkers and clients/customers; interact with others to resolve technical problems; schedule, and coordinate work assignments of other workers; supervise/lead and train other technical or analytical workers; develop and evaluate employees.

Job Location: 
Lincoln, NE
United States
Job Category: 
Information Technology (IT)
Job Type: 
Full time
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