Binnie Media is searching for a Chief Engineer for our Maine Radio Group. If you love the ocean and lifestyle of Maine…we want to talk with you. Our stations in Maine include top rated 107.5 Frank FM, 99.9 The Wolf and Rock 106.3 in Portland along with 105.5 The Wolf and 106.9 Frank FM in Rockland.
Binnie Media is the biggest locally owned, locally managed media company north of Boston. The successful candidate will help lead a studio and office move into the new home for our Maine operations.
The Binnie Media Engineering team works together across our station group in Maine, NH and Vermont. Each member of our Engineering staff contributes their individual strength to the team and we work in a collaborative environment.
Experience with high power FM transmission, studio systems and IT is preferred. The key attribute for the role of Chief Engineer in Maine is attitude. If you enjoy working with upbeat people AND great equipment, please apply to:
Vice President Engineering
Binnie Media /NH1.com
4 Church Street
Concord, NH 03301
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