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Support sales effort of VP, General Sales Manager, National Sales Manager and Local Sales Manager in achievement of station and FOX7Austin.com revenue goals.  Assist National Sales Manager with the workflow of orders from Fox Sales offices.  Assist Local Sales manager and account executives with order input and workflow.  Duties include E-booking and manual order input (broadcast and digital) into Wide Orbit traffic system.  Ensure orders are set up, input and air correctly. Put together make good offers for missed spots and prepare sales credit documents for billing discrepancies.  Generate sales reports to team.  Use Reppak/Station Express (Donovan system) for communication with the select regional agencies.  Generate metrics reports from Google DFP for digital campaigns.  Help coordinate paid programming.  Requires regular communication with clients (metrics and spot times).  Occasional front desk/phone coverage.  Responsible for Wide Orbit sales administration, including account assignment changes, delegations and troubleshooting.  Must be highly organized and detail oriented with strong typing/data entry and mathematical skills. Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and Wide Orbit or similar broadcast traffic system experience required.  Google DFP, DDS/Reppak experience a plus.  Must be able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines on a daily basis.  Must have excellent communication skills.  Prior broadcast sales assistant experience preferred. 


KTBC is seeking an experienced Vice President, Engineering and Operations. The VP reports directly to the V.P., General Manager. In addition to supervising entire Engineering/Operations Department, the candidate’s primary charter will be to provide, manage, and maintain operations of all technical equipment as well as supervise performance of technical personnel. The successful incumbent will be responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining all systems to ensure fault tolerant and error free operations of station’s broadcast equipment including daily oversight of local Hub/Spoke technology to produce efficient, flawless operations. Must effectively manage engineering, production, news technical, facilities, security, mechanical systems and tower/transmitter. Must develop and implement current and long range technical and technological operation plans, prepare departmental expense budgets and oversee the preparation of both current and future capital plans to ensure satisfactory completion of assigned projects in a timely fashion.  Must possess the ability to establish procedures and standards for operation and maintenance of equipment and studio operations. Responsible for station compliance with FCC, OSHA, FAA and Local regulations.  Candidate must have at least 7 years’ experience in a medium to large television market. SBE certification is preferred. Significant technical expertise in the planning, implementation and maintenance of television station facilities, including RF facilities. Demonstrated knowledge of IT based broadcast systems including ELC and iTX environments. A solid understanding of networking along with digital and automation technology is essential.  Effective communicator.  Previous management/supervisory experience.  Must be able to drive company vehicles.  Valid driver license and good driving record required.


Perform preventative and corrective maintenance on a wide variety of television production equipment throughout the station, in support of News, studio production and over-the-air broadcast operations. The successful candidate will be highly skilled and experienced at troubleshooting analog, digital and IP-based broadcast equipment, such as commercial insertion/playback products, production automation systems, video production switchers, graphics systems, television cameras and camera robotics, signal routing and monitoring electronics, ENG/SNG live trucks, and newsroom automation systems. A minimum of 5 years’ prior experience working as a broadcast engineer is required for this position. Strong electronics troubleshooting skills and exceptional IT skills are required as well. A college degree is preferred, along with at least one professional certification (General Class FCC license, SBE certification, Cisco CCNA, MCSA/MCSE, Network+, etc.). Previous experience working with high powered broadcast transmitters, while not required, would be a definite plus. Self-starter with ability to work well as part of a team.  Local travel is occasionally required; must have or be willing to obtain a valid Texas driver’s license and have a good driving record. The ability to work flexible shifts is necessary as well, as overtime, weekend evening and holiday work may be required. Station engineers must be able to climb and work from a 12 foot ladder, and have the ability to lift up to 40 pounds.

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