Posting Summary: The Tennessee State University Department of Communications seeks an outstanding candidate for a full-time radio/tv/multimedia engineer. The appointment begins spring or summer. The successful candidate is responsible for emergency repairs, routine maintenance such as internal camera calibration, monitor calibration, system timing, maintaining in-tolerance signal flow, and dealing with normal wear and tear. The engineer should have a strong computer background, including Macintosh and PC platforms, and the ability to work with faculty, staff and University Communications and Information Technology (CIT) personnel to maintain and manage the production IT facilities and operations. The engineer is also responsible for assisting the faculty and staff in keeping up with new developments, equipment, and procedures in technology, for installing and integrating new equipment and devices; and for updating and modifying technical facilities as needs and practices change. The level of activity in radio/tv and the multimedia area results in constant equipment and software maintenance problems. The Department is especially interested in candidates with strong expertise in dealing with hardware and software pertaining to audio/video production and postproduction. Knowledge required in network storage, file-based workflows, audio and video over IP, Media Composer, Avid or Final Cut, Pro Tools, After Effects, Adobe Audition or their major competitors. Overview: Tennessee State University is in Nashville, an area rich in media resources. The Department includes the areas of Mass Communication, Communication Studies and Theater. The program features state-of-the-art studios and field production equipment. Additional information about the department is available on the University's website at www.tnstate.edu/comm.
Internal Number: 220_56772
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Tennessee State University is committed to excellence and has been consistently listed in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Guide to America’s Best Colleges” for more than a decade. Founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant institution in Nashville, Tennessee. The university has been served by seven presidents, including Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, who is currently serving as our eighth president.TWO CAMPUSESOur Nashville home offers two locations—the 500-acre main campus nestles in a beautiful residential neighborhood along the Cumberland River, and the downtown Avon Williams campus sits near the center of Nashville’s business and government district.