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Thank you for your interest in employment at New Mexico PBS. All employment opportunities are posted on the UNM Jobs website. The station does not accept unsolicited resumes or portfolios.

New Mexico PBS is a department of the University of New Mexico, and all New Mexico PBS personnel matters are handled through UNM's Human Resources Department. Please submit resume and application through UNM Jobs.

The University of New Mexico is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution.

Multimedia Producer/Dir, Sr

Under limited supervision, the Multimedia Producer/Dir, Sr is responsible for the research, planning, production, and direction of all aspects of New Mexico PBS’s flagship public affairs show New Mexico in Focus, including on air, online, social media and podcast in addition to other productions. Schedules, manages, and directs production crew. Provides technical expertise during production. Manages the completion of the series, including editing and final documentation.

Broadcast Operator

New Mexico PBS at the University of New Mexico seeks detail-oriented candidates for a Broadcast Operator position. Under general supervision, this position is responsible for providing the on-air operations for NMPBS, which may involve monitoring program logs and various audio and video equipment to ensure that programs are being properly broadcast. Monitors all VIDEO streams for quality of audio, video, closed captions, and correct aspect RATIO. This position oversees the manipulation of multiple automation play lists and ensures NMPBS is operating within FCC rules and regulations for local Broadcast requirements.

Broadcast Technology Tech, Sr

New Mexico PBS/KNME-TV, a department of the University of New Mexico, is seeking Broadcast Technology Technician, Sr to join our RF engineering team. Under minimal supervision, this position executes and/or coordinates the design, installation and maintenance of all remote television transmitters, as well as all unstaffed station translator sites and satellite sites distributed across the broadcasting area of the University's public television station, KNME-TV. The candidate will develop, manage and coordinate construction projects and oversee ongoing technical operations for the station's transmission network, as well as maintaining documentation in accordance with FCC regulations and University policies and procedures. This position has an expectation of being available in the event of equipment malfunction requiring emergency repairs. This position requires knowledge of broadcast system circuitry design/installation, as well as the ability to inspect, repair and maintain electrical equipment and facilities. Must be able to use hand and power tools. Ability to climb towers up to 180' using best safety practices (tower climbing safety training will be provided). Ability to operate all-terrain vehicles in mountainous terrain.

Our Mora Translator K31EO was destroyed in the Hermits Peak fire. It will be off the air for 1-2 months while we replace the building and the equipment.