Radio and TV broadcast would not be without the licensed radio engineers operating the transmission and audiovisual equipments used in the studios and the Broadcast Technician plays a significant role in installing, maintaining these fixed and mobile broadcasting equipment. They are often working together with radio and communications engineers who supervise them or work on routine repair and adjustments. With internet technologies, they can also work with webcasting.
Sample Broadcast Radio Technician CV Template
Giles Junar D. Singh
Thames St, Oxford, England
To be part of a team of Broadcast Technicians in a television or radio broadcasting agency
2004 – Present: Junior Broadcast Technician, WDNA FM Radio, Oxford
- Install, configure, maintain and operate fixed and mobile transmitting equipment for studio and onsite news reporting coverage, respectively.
- Work under close supervision of radio and communications engineers in the early stages of radio broadcast installation and configuration.
- Maintain radio log as required by the government regulating agencies
- Install and operate audio playback and recording equipment
- Maintain optimum broadcast strength while preserving audio and video broadcast quality.
- Attend trainings and seminars on latest trends in broadcast technologies.
- Operating and installation skills on Siemens broadcasting and satellite equipment as well Sony, Teac, Mitsubishi and Tascam audiovisual systems
- Excellent verbal and written technical communication skills in English
Received commendations from radio disc jockeys for consistent reliable service in responding and maintaining audio and transmission equipment
2002 – 2004: Diploma in Radio Electronics, Lambeth College, Clapham Centre
To be furnished upon request