3:43pm and no KNWA-DT yet for me. Anyone else?
FWIW, I saw this on their web site:
( Date Posted: 6/14/2006 )
KNWA-TV has an opening for a full-time television broadcast transmitter/maintenance engineer. Successful candidate will have 5 years of solid work experience in the maintenance and repair of television broadcast transmitters, RF, and DTV systems. The candidate will be responsible for maintaining complete and accurate documentation for all equipment at the transmitter facility. This is a hands-on position that will require a thorough knowledge of UHF/HDTV transmitters. Duties will also include technical training on remote transmitter monitoring to the station operations staff, repair of ENG equipment, support for live newscasts, and outside broadcast remotes. A strong news background, the ability to lift a minimum of 25 lbs, and be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays is desirable. Two year Associates degree or electronic certification program preferred. FCC General Class license and/or SBE certification preferred. Drivers license with satisfactory driving record mandatory. Final candidate will be asked to submit to a drug screen. Deadline: Open. Please send resume and salary requirements to: KNWA-TV; Attn: Chief Engineer; 15 S. Block, Suite 101; Fayetteville, AR 72701. No phone calls please. EOE."