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JOB OPENING: BROADCAST ENGINEER 

Zimmer Broadcasting seeks a full-time broadcast engineer for its four radio stations in Cookeville, Tennessee.The ideal candidate must have 3 to 5 years experience as an engineer at a similar broadcast operation, be proficient in high power RF operations and repairs and have a strong working knowledge of AM and FM transmitters. In addition, this position will include comprehensive IT management. SBE, MCS and A+ General IT certifications preferred. Network database administration, computer repair will be part of the daily duties of this job.

This is a growing and beautiful part of Middle Tennessee, 70 miles from Nashville and 100 miles from Knoxville on Interstate 40. No state income tax and great cost of living. Great team of professionals and leading stations in the area.

Zimmer Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Send your resume and three professional references to...

Jerry Zimmer

jerryz1220@gmail.com



                                                                   


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