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Radio broadcast technician LOE m/f

Job description  Radio broadcast engineers are the people who work behind the scenes to ensure that radio programs are broadcast. They usually work in the control room of the LOE radio studio where they operate the mixing console and associated equipment.  For radio broadcasts at special events, they work on location in the mobile studio. They assist in setting up the mobile studio and preparing it for broadcast. They can also be used to assist with live TV broadcasts. - They assist in making and editing studio recordings of interviews, etc., intended for later broadcast. Job requirements - some general computer knowledge  willingness to learn how to use a mixing console and associated studio equipment  enthusiasm for making radio  solution and service orientation - being able to work independently Desirable: - some technical feeling  team spirit - some organizational qualities  sense of sound quality Experience No specific experience required Particularities  Knowledge of the operation of broadcast equipment and software is not required. You will be trained by radio technicians from the LOE - You work according to an agreed schedule  LOEmedia is a 100% volunteer organization. It has no paid positions. 

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Job description
 Radio broadcast engineers are the people who work behind the scenes to ensure that radio programs are broadcast. They usually work in the control room of the LOE radio studio where they operate the mixing console and associated equipment.
 For radio broadcasts at special events, they work on location in the mobile studio. They assist in setting up the mobile studio and preparing it for broadcast. They can also be used to assist with live TV broadcasts.
- They assist in making and editing studio recordings of interviews, etc., intended for later broadcast.

Job requirements
- some general computer knowledge
 willingness to learn how to use a mixing console and associated studio equipment
 enthusiasm for making radio
 solution and service orientation
- being able to work independently

Desirable:
- some technical feeling
 team spirit
- some organizational qualities
 sense of sound quality

Experience
No specific experience required

Particularities
 Knowledge of the operation of broadcast equipment and software is not required. You will be trained by radio technicians from the LOE
- You work according to an agreed schedule
 LOEmedia is a 100% volunteer organization. It has no paid positions.

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Elburg

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Suitable for youth

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