Are you a recent radio graduate and fancy yourself as a bit of a techie? Maybe you ran the tech side of your student station, or maybe radio engineering is something that really interests you? If thats the case BBC Radio Northampton are on the lookout for someone to join their team!
Here are the details:
Local Radio is changing and the support model at Local Radio sites is changing too. The BBC is rolling out a Project called “ViLoR”, (the Virtualisation of Local Radio) which changes the technology profile on each of our Local Radio sites with a much higher reliance on IP and data centre architecture off site, leaving a much more agile studio environment with less technology than previously. At the same time we are rolling out simpler technology for users audio contributions and IP based small VSat vehicles, replacing previous radio cars, and so we are looking for a new role to support this environment.
You will be the sole person on-site and as such will ensure the smooth operation of studio and broadcast systems and office IT. In addition, it is expected that much of your time will be spent preparing, planning and helping to run our out of building activities (such as live Outside Broadcasts, recording speech & music events, promotional activities, county shows etc.)
The Ideal Candidate
The person we are looking for is likely to be working as an audio video technician locally within the coverage pattern of their BBC Local Radio Station, and be keen to get involved in generating high quality programme output whilst getting fully involved and share in the BBC values that make our content unique in the UK.
– Competitive salary
– Fixed term contract (6 months)
– Based, Northampton
Job Deadline is the 31st July at Midnight, so be quick!
To apply head here >>> http://careerssearch.bbc.co.uk/jobs/job/Technical-Broadcast-Assistant-BBC-Radio-Northampton/16128