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Studio Camera Operator/Production Assist - Albany, NY, US

Job Information

Job Order ID :
NY1305164
# of Positions :
1
Minimum Education Level :
High School Diploma/GED
Experience Required :
none
Duration :
Part Time Regular
Shift :
Hours per week:
Not Specified

Job Description

 
QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with a studio camera, chyron and teleprompter is preferred. A news background is desirable. A high school diploma is required. DUTIES: Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Running studio camera, chyron, and prompter. This job will be limited to 20-30 hours per week. Scheduled hours and days of the week may vary. Must be able to work weekends. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. Mobility to move around the studio, ability to lift and move studio sets and to carry and climb ladders. Sight, hearing and manual dexterity is required to operate studio and control room equipment. The Company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions. Apply to http://wnyt.com/article/10124/ Job# 19-1339 Albany, NY No Telephone Calls Please AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Company Information

Name :
WNYT - ALBANY, News Channel 13

Application Information

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