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Broadcast Technologist – Full-time - The Legislative Assembly Service of Saskatchewan (LAS)

Deadline: Dec 8, 2019
Application Deadline: Sunday, December 8th, 2019

The Legislative Assembly Service of Saskatchewan (LAS) exists to support and enhance parliamentary democracy and the Legislative Assembly for the benefit of the people of Saskatchewan.

The Parliamentary Support Division brings together the branches that directly support the proceedings of the Assembly. The division includes the Procedural Services Branch and Parliamentary Publications. The Broadcast Services team, as part of Procedural Services Branch, is responsible for producing and broadcasting the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly and committees, as well as maintaining and supporting the audio and video equipment for the Chamber, committee room, and mobile broadcasts.

The Legislative Assembly Service is seeking a Broadcast Technologist to join our team. Reporting to the Clerk Assistant, you would play an essential role in the production and direction of broadcasts of the Legislative Assembly proceedings, committees and special events; ensuring distribution to Saskatchewan residents through satellite to cable communities, video streaming and video over IP as well as four in house channels in the Legislative Building. Using your technical expertise, you will operate all equipment used in the production of legislative proceedings involving multiple broadcast centres, graphics creation, camera robotics, digital sound systems, audio/video feeds, and video editing and IP based equipment. You will also provide general maintenance for all technical aspects and equipment of the broadcast control centres and systems.

The position requires knowledge of broadcast production and distribution, of theories, principles and concepts of electronics, and demonstrated ability for installation and maintenance of broadcast equipment. This knowledge is typically acquired through a two-year diploma in broadcast electronics, electronic systems, engineering or technology, media arts production or related field and two years of related experience.

All employees of the Legislative Assembly Service are required to provide non-partisan, confidential service to all Members of the Legislative Assembly.

To learn more about the LAS, our vision, Mission and Values, and to find further information about the position, salary and benefits, please visit www.legassembly.sk.ca/about/employment/

 

The Legislative Assembly Service of Saskatchewan (LAS) exists to support and enhance parliamentary democracy and the Legislative Assembly for the benefit of the people of Saskatchewan.

The Parliamentary Support Division brings together the branches that directly support the proceedings of the Assembly. The division includes the Procedural Services Branch and Parliamentary Publications. The Broadcast Services team, as part of Procedural Services Branch, is responsible for producing and broadcasting the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly and committees, as well as maintaining and supporting the audio and video equipment for the Chamber, committee room, and mobile broadcasts.

The Legislative Assembly Service is seeking a Broadcast Technologist to join our team. Reporting to the Clerk Assistant, you would play an essential role in the production and direction of broadcasts of the Legislative Assembly proceedings, committees and special events; ensuring distribution to Saskatchewan residents through satellite to cable communities, video streaming and video over IP as well as four in house channels in the Legislative Building. Using your technical expertise, you will operate all equipment used in the production of legislative proceedings involving multiple broadcast centres, graphics creation, camera robotics, digital sound systems, audio/video feeds, and video editing and IP based equipment. You will also provide general maintenance for all technical aspects and equipment of the broadcast control centres and systems.

The position requires knowledge of broadcast production and distribution, of theories, principles and concepts of electronics, and demonstrated ability for installation and maintenance of broadcast equipment. This knowledge is typically acquired through a two-year diploma in broadcast electronics, electronic systems, engineering or technology, media arts production or related field and two years of related experience.

All employees of the Legislative Assembly Service are required to provide non-partisan, confidential service to all Members of the Legislative Assembly.

To learn more about the LAS, our vision, Mission and Values, and to find further information about the position, salary and benefits, please visit www.legassembly.sk.ca/about/employment/

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume by December 8, 2019 to:
Clerk Assistant
Attention: Kathy Burianyk
Room 7- 2405 Legislative Drive
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4S 0B3
Tel: (306) 787-4989
E-mail: careers@legassembly.sk.ca
Please quote competition 1020875 in the subject of your email.

Clearly indicate in your resume or cover letter where and how you have gained the required knowledge and qualifications. Selections for interviews will be based on this information

Thank you for your expression of interest. Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

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