Board Op, Studio Producer & On-Air Talent for Fall 2019

March 20, 2019

Employer: Great Lakes Radio, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer

Location: Marquette, Michigan – Unless you are willing to move, please realize we are not looking for anyone who isn’t local. Because of the board-op section of this job, we absolutely need someone who can work IN Marquette IN our studios. This is not a job that can be done remotely. If you are applying from out of state please indicate that you are willing to move for this job in the space provided in the application form or somewhere in your resume.

Position Type: Part-time Producer, Board-Op, On-Air Talent with opportunity for full-time depending on skills and availability.

Start Date: Fall 2019

Are you a college student who goes home for the summer? Wouldn’t you like to come back to school in the fall with a job already lined up? We’re looking to bring people onto our team for Fall of 2019!

Open Application Dates: Open Until Filled

Compensation: $9.45 per hour

What We Offer You:

  • Exciting work in radio production and sports broadcasting
  • An opportunity to build valuable skills sets in broadcast media
  • A motivated team-oriented environment
  • A flexible schedule based on remotes and sports schedules

Professional requirements:

  • You must be comfortable using computers and learning new programs.
  • Experience with writing short sports reports for online publication is preferred, but training will be provided.
  • Experience editing graphics and audio is helpful, though training will be provided.
  • Knowledge of studio equipment is desired. Training will be provided.
  • Previous radio experience is not required.
  • You need to be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.
  • You will be responsible for organizing incoming information and following up on it as needed.
  • Knowledge of Adobe Audition preferred otherwise training will be provided.
  • On-Air experience desired. Training can be provided.
  • You will work reliably with little or no supervision once trained.

Your responsibilities:

  • You are responsible for setting up and conducting interviews (including recording and editing them).
    • You may be required to do interviews by telephone, in the studio, and in the field.
  • You will post summaries of interviews (usually with photos that you will also take) and post show activity on the internet.
  • You will assist with writing and production of commercial spots.
  • You will be trained and must master industry-specific software and tools, including a live-read system and other web-related tools.
  • You will read ads, live reads, spots, promos, and announcements for sponsors, and may also be reading weather, local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings.
  • You will also assist management with any other requested tasks from time-to-time.
  • Possibility of meeting with clients to produce sponsorship.

Personal requirements:

  • You must be over 18
  • You must be currently living in the area or willing to relocate to the Marquette area.
  • You must be an organized, responsible, hard-working person with a pleasant speaking voice.
  • You are able to learn new skills quickly and keep calm under stress.
  • You are detail-oriented.
  • You must be confident enough to deal with problems that arise unexpectedly and smoothly work them out on the fly.
  • Pleasant public presentation
  • You must be willing to grow and develop your skills.

Specific On-Air Requirements:

Successful candidate should be able setup and conduct interviews (including recording and editing them), plus post summary of Interviews (usually with photos) and daily show activity on the Internet. Ability to do telephone Interviews, In-Studio Interviews, and Field Interviews will be required from time-to-time; the ability to learn quickly to do these radio-related skills can’t be understated.

Candidate Should be good at reading (ads/live reads/spots/promos/announcements) for sponsors, reading weather, reading local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings. Unexpected things arise, so the successful candidate should be adaptable enough to smoothly work out problems on the fly.

The successful Candidate should be able to take incoming information, organize it, and followup to provide community with real sense of LOCAL flavor and LOCAL interests. Candidate should be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.


Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West in Marquette Michigan

Apply Now

Email Resume, Cover Letter, References, and Writing Samples to employment@broadcasteverywhere.com

Applicants should provide three writing samples: one sample in the first person, one in third person, and a third of your choice.

All writing samples should be 5-9 paragraphs long, written at the 6th-8th grade reading level with the public as intended audience. Inclusion of a photograph appropriate to the article would also be helpful to evaluate current skill set.

All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


Network Offices
Great Lakes Radio, Inc.
3060 U.S. 41
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: 906-228-6800
Fax: (906) 228-8128
Email: employment@broadcasteverywhere.com
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Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Part-Time Board Op, Producer, and On-air Job Opening

January 8, 2019

Employer: Great Lakes Radio, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer

Location: Marquette, Michigan – Unless you are willing to move, please realize we are not looking for anyone who isn’t local. Because of the board-op section of this job, we absolutely need someone who can work IN Marquette IN our studios. This is not a job that can be done remotely. If you are applying from out of state please indicate that you are willing to move for this job in the space provided in the application form or somewhere in your resume.

Position Type: Part-time Producer, Board-Op, On-Air Talent with opportunity for full-time depending on skills and availability.

Open Application Dates: January 8, 2019

Compensation: $9.25 per hour.

What We Offer You:

  • Exciting work in radio production and sports broadcasting
  • An opportunity to build valuable skills sets in broadcast media
  • A motivated team-oriented environment
  • A flexible schedule based on remotes and sports schedules

Professional requirements:

  • You must be comfortable using computers and learning new programs.
  • Experience with writing short sports reports for online publication is preferred, but training will be provided.
  • Experience editing graphics and audio is helpful, though training will be provided.
  • Knowledge of studio equipment is desired. Training will be provided.
  • Previous radio experience is not required.
  • You need to be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.
  • You will be responsible for organizing incoming information and following up on it as needed.
  • Knowledge of Adobe Audition preferred otherwise training will be provided.
  • On-Air experience desired. Training can be provided.
  • You will work reliably with little or no supervision once trained.

Your responsibilities:

  • You are responsible for setting up and conducting interviews (including recording and editing them).
    • You may be required to do interviews by telephone, in the studio, and in the field.
  • You will post summaries of interviews (usually with photos that you will also take) and post show activity on the internet.
  • You will assist with writing and production of commercial spots.
  • You will be trained and must master industry-specific software and tools, including a live-read system and other web-related tools.
  • You will read ads, live reads, spots, promos, and announcements for sponsors, and may also be reading weather, local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings.
  • You will also assist management with any other requested tasks from time-to-time.
  • Possibility of meeting with clients to produce sponsorship.

Personal requirements:

  • You must be over 18
  • You must be currently living in the area or willing to relocate to the Marquette area.
  • You must be an organized, responsible, hard-working person with a pleasant speaking voice.
  • You are able to learn new skills quickly and keep calm under stress.
  • You are detail-oriented.
  • You must be confident enough to deal with problems that arise unexpectedly and smoothly work them out on the fly.
  • Pleasant public presentation
  • You must be willing to grow and develop your skills.

Specific On-Air Requirements:

Successful candidate should be able setup and conduct interviews (including recording and editing them), plus post summary of Interviews (usually with photos) and daily show activity on the Internet. Ability to do telephone Interviews, In-Studio Interviews, and Field Interviews will be required from time-to-time; the ability to learn quickly to do these radio-related skills can’t be understated.

Candidate Should be good at reading (ads/live reads/spots/promos/announcements) for sponsors, reading weather, reading local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings. Unexpected things arise, so the successful candidate should be adaptable enough to smoothly work out problems on the fly.

The successful Candidate should be able to take incoming information, organize it, and followup to provide community with real sense of LOCAL flavor and LOCAL interests. Candidate should be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.


Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West in Marquette Michigan

Apply Now

Email Resume, Cover Letter, References, and Writing Samples to employment@broadcasteverywhere.com

Applicants should provide three writing samples: one sample in the first person, one in third person, and a third of your choice.

All writing samples should be 5-9 paragraphs long, written at the 6th-8th grade reading level with the public as intended audience. Inclusion of a photograph appropriate to the article would also be helpful to evaluate current skill set.

All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


Network Offices
Great Lakes Radio, Inc.
3060 U.S. 41
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: 906-228-6800
Fax: (906) 228-8128
Email: employment@broadcasteverywhere.com
If error appears on form CAPTCHA, please attempt a page refresh using control (command) + F5
Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Administrative Assistant and Receptionist Job – FILLED

November 30, 2018

Apply for a job at GLR today
Employer:
Great Lakes Radio, Inc., an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Position Type:
Full Time/Part time
Reception / Administrative Assistant
Typical Work Day:
Weekdays between 8:30 am to 5pm. Other hours and duties assisting various departments may be required, especially during contest and giveaways.
This position may offer more hours in other areas for those with writing, web, and eBay experience. 
Open Application Dates:
CLOSED – POSITION Filled
Compensation:
$9.25 per hour, but compensation is commensurate with experience.

You must send the writing samples requested with your resume or in a email to be considered for this position.

Short Description of Position:

We are seeking a highly organized multi-tasker to professionally answer phones, do typical administrative tasks, run a cash register for our Shopping Show, provide sales support, promotional support, maintain newsletter, write promotional messages & scripts, write and perhaps record on-air promotional scripts for Items-of-the-Day and specials, run fax machine, complete daily reconciliation report, do daily backups, run front desk & reception. Quick mastery of phone/fax/email and other office systems is a must. A variety of other tasks and duties may be required as directed by management.


Required Skills:

General office skills required include but are not limited to: reception and cash register usage, fax machine (incoming & outgoing), cash management from shopping show sales, sale support, completing reports, filing and organizational skills, excellent computer skills with experience using spreadsheets, Microsoft or Open Office productively programs, decent typing speed and accuracy, excellent writing and editing skills for online posts, email & newsletter, simple presentations skill, proposal editing, promotional script writing from time-to-time, e-mail, internet account management, detail-oriented policy adherence, and communications and writing skills focused on promotional and marketing success.

In addition to usual in house cash register sales and upsells, candidate should be comfortable with online activities, including but not limited to online sales (eBay, Craigslist, PayPal etc), and social networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) is a big plus.


Other Requirements:

A flexible mind, honesty, attention to details, great attitude, positive interaction with customers and clients and salespeople are the most important qualities for the successful candidate. Willing and able to learn new skills, apply them successfully, and work in a highly challenging, multitasking environment are also extremely important qualities the successful candidate will possess.


Other Possibilities:

Great Lakes Radio provides employees with many opportunities for growth in different areas within the company. Based on your experiences and interest, you may be able to pick up more hours in other departments to achieve more work hours.

Knowledge in the following areas could help you grow your position at Great Lakes Radio in the future if hired:

  • Writing
  • Web Experience
  • Computer Technology Experience

How To Apply:

Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send your resume and writing samples to employment@broadcasteverywhere.com or Employment, C/O Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West, Marquette, MI 49855.

Applicants should provide three writing samples: one sample in the first person, one in third person, and a third of your choice.

All writing samples should be 5-9 paragraphs long, written at the 6th-8th grade reading level with the public as intended audience. Inclusion of a photograph appropriate to the article would also be helpful to evaluate current skill set.

All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment. Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

Part-Time Board Op, Producer and On-air Talent Job Opening CLOSED – FILLED

November 26, 2018

Employer: Great Lakes Radio, Inc., an Equal Opportunity Employer

Location: Marquette, Michigan – Unless you are willing to move, please realize we are not looking for anyone who isn’t local. Because of the board-op section of this job, we absolutely need someone who can work IN Marquette IN our studios. This is not a job that can be done remotely. If you are applying from out of state please indicate that you are willing to move for this job in the space provided in the application form or somewhere in your resume.

Position Type: Part-time Producer, Board-Op, On-Air Talent with opportunity for full-time depending on skills and availability.

Open Application Dates: November 26, 2018 – CLOSED; position is filled.

Compensation: $9.25 per hour.

What We Offer You:

  • Exciting work in radio production and sports broadcasting
  • An opportunity to build valuable skills sets in broadcast media
  • A motivated team-oriented environment
  • A flexible schedule based on remotes and sports schedules

Professional requirements:

  • You must be comfortable using computers and learning new programs.
  • Experience with writing short sports reports for online publication is preferred, but training will be provided.
  • Experience editing graphics and audio is helpful, though training will be provided.
  • Knowledge of studio equipment is desired. Training will be provided.
  • Previous radio experience is not required.
  • You need to be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.
  • You will be responsible for organizing incoming information and following up on it as needed.
  • Knowledge of Adobe Audition preferred otherwise training will be provided.
  • On-Air experience desired. Training can be provided.
  • You will work reliably with little or no supervision once trained.

Your responsibilities:

  • You are responsible for setting up and conducting interviews (including recording and editing them).
    • You may be required to do interviews by telephone, in the studio, and in the field.
  • You will post summaries of interviews (usually with photos that you will also take) and post show activity on the internet.
  • You will assist with writing and production of commercial spots.
  • You will be trained and must master industry-specific software and tools, including a live-read system and other web-related tools.
  • You will read ads, live reads, spots, promos, and announcements for sponsors, and may also be reading weather, local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings.
  • You will also assist management with any other requested tasks from time-to-time.
  • Possibility of meeting with clients to produce sponsorship.

Personal requirements:

  • You must be over 18
  • You must be currently living in the area or willing to relocate to the Marquette area.
  • You must be an organized, responsible, hard-working person with a pleasant speaking voice.
  • You are able to learn new skills quickly and keep calm under stress.
  • You are detail-oriented.
  • You must be confident enough to deal with problems that arise unexpectedly and smoothly work them out on the fly.
  • Pleasant public presentation
  • You must be willing to grow and develop your skills.

Specific On-Air Requirements:

Successful candidate should be able setup and conduct interviews (including recording and editing them), plus post summary of Interviews (usually with photos) and daily show activity on the Internet. Ability to do telephone Interviews, In-Studio Interviews, and Field Interviews will be required from time-to-time; the ability to learn quickly to do these radio-related skills can’t be understated.

Candidate Should be good at reading (ads/live reads/spots/promos/announcements) for sponsors, reading weather, reading local and state sports scores, and announcing local news items, birthdays, calendar items, and school closings. Unexpected things arise, so the successful candidate should be adaptable enough to smoothly work out problems on the fly.

The successful Candidate should be able to take incoming information, organize it, and followup to provide community with real sense of LOCAL flavor and LOCAL interests. Candidate should be able to make any event or news relevant to listeners and our web visitors.


Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West in Marquette Michigan

Apply Now

Email Resume, Cover Letter, References, and Writing Samples to employment@broadcasteverywhere.com

Applicants should provide three writing samples: one sample in the first person, one in third person, and a third of your choice.

All writing samples should be 5-9 paragraphs long, written at the 6th-8th grade reading level with the public as intended audience. Inclusion of a photograph appropriate to the article would also be helpful to evaluate current skill set.

All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


Network Offices
Great Lakes Radio, Inc.
3060 U.S. 41
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: 906-228-6800
Fax: (906) 228-8128
Email: employment@broadcasteverywhere.com
If error appears on form CAPTCHA, please attempt a page refresh using control (command) + F5
Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

Fall Semester Job Fair – October 16

October 11, 2018

Marquette, MI – This year marks the 51st Annual Fall Semester Job Fair! This is an opportunity for employers to share information with NMU students (not necessarily just soon-to-be graduates) about a wide range of career possibilities. Employers are also welcome to recruit for full-time or part-time positions, internships and summer staff. There is no cost for students or alumni to attend the Fall Semester Job Fair. Remember to dress for success and bring your resume!

Receptionist and Administrative Assistant FILLED

September 29, 2018

Apply for a job at GLR today
Employer:
Great Lakes Radio, Inc., an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Position Type:
Full Time/Part time
Reception / Administrative Assistant
Typical Work Day:
Weekdays between 8:30 am to 5pm. Other hours and duties assisting various departments may be required, especially during contest and giveaways.
This position may offer more hours in other areas for those with writing, web, and eBay experience. 
Open Application Dates:
CLOSED – POSITION FILLED
Compensation:
$9.25 per hour, but compensation is commensurate with experience.

You must send the writing samples requested with your resume or in a email to be considered for this position.

Short Description of Position:

We are seeking a highly organized multi-tasker to professionally answer phones, do typical administrative tasks, run a cash register for our Shopping Show, provide sales support, promotional support, maintain newsletter, write promotional messages & scripts, write and perhaps record on-air promotional scripts for Items-of-the-Day and specials, run fax machine, complete daily reconciliation report, do daily backups, run front desk & reception. Quick mastery of phone/fax/email and other office systems is a must. A variety of other tasks and duties may be required as directed by management.


Required Skills:

General office skills required include but are not limited to: reception and cash register usage, fax machine (incoming & outgoing), cash management from shopping show sales, sale support, completing reports, filing and organizational skills, excellent computer skills with experience using spreadsheets, Microsoft or Open Office productively programs, decent typing speed and accuracy, excellent writing and editing skills for online posts, email & newsletter, simple presentations skill, proposal editing, promotional script writing from time-to-time, e-mail, internet account management, detail-oriented policy adherence, and communications and writing skills focused on promotional and marketing success.

In addition to usual in house cash register sales and upsells, candidate should be comfortable with online activities, including but not limited to online sales (eBay, Craigslist, PayPal etc), and social networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) is a big plus.


Other Requirements:

A flexible mind, honesty, attention to details, great attitude, positive interaction with customers and clients and salespeople are the most important qualities for the successful candidate. Willing and able to learn new skills, apply them successfully, and work in a highly challenging, multitasking environment are also extremely important qualities the successful candidate will possess.


Other Possibilities:

Great Lakes Radio provides employees with many opportunities for growth in different areas within the company. Based on your experiences and interest, you may be able to pick up more hours in other departments to achieve more work hours.

Knowledge in the following areas could help you grow your position at Great Lakes Radio in the future if hired:

  • Writing
  • Web Experience
  • Computer Technology Experience

How To Apply:

Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send your resume and writing samples to employment@broadcasteverywhere.com or Employment, C/O Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West, Marquette, MI 49855.

Applicants should provide three writing samples: one sample in the first person, one in third person, and a third of your choice.

All writing samples should be 5-9 paragraphs long, written at the 6th-8th grade reading level with the public as intended audience. Inclusion of a photograph appropriate to the article would also be helpful to evaluate current skill set.

All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment. Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

Construction Management & Technology Career Fair – September 20

September 15, 2018

Marquette, MI – This event, held on the campus of Northern Michigan University, is designed for construction management, engineering technology, electrical and industrial maintenance, and HVAC/climate control majors in one-, two- and four-year programs. The fair provides an opportunity for students/alumni and employers to discuss employment possibilities in a variety of service and technical areas.

Computer and Network Technician Trainee Opening

July 25, 2018

Number of Positions Available: 1 Part-Time, Summer Full-Time’ish, sometimes full-time’ish position with opportunities to work in other departments to become full time.

Type of Position: 15-25hours/wk with more hours when also working in Multimedia, Web, and Writing Positions.

Position Description: Great Lakes Radio, Inc. (GLR) is seeking an entry-level professional computer and network technician that applies standards, follows up and reports quickly on assignments and the status and progress of repairs and projects. This position must be done in house, there are no remote work opportunities. We will provide paid training for anyone willing to learn.

The Successful Candidate: Ideal candidate is a freshman or sophomore in college who can train full time’ish in the summer and return to 15-25 hours during the semester and working full time’ish in the summer.

The successful candidate will already be able to or be able to learn quickly to maintain Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista, Windows Small Business Server 2008, Various Linux Operating Systems and Windows 7. They will be prepared to learn and master installation, setups, and troubleshooting of a several generations of radio industry software and tools from production tools like Adobe Audition to various Radio Production, Scheduling, Trafficking, RDS, and streaming servers and tools.

The successful candidate will have the ability to successfully complete preventive, on-going, and disaster recovery, backup, documentation and reports. This job requires strong system, data protection, recovery skills and a some understanding of networking infrastructure, with expectation will learn more about each system.

Candidate must be able to or quickly be able to learn to configure, maintain, update, upgrade, repair and recover from disasters related to desktops, laptops, servers, tablets, mobile devices,  networks and networking tools. Ability to or quickly learn to setup, configure, secure, backup, recover, restore, and maintain FTP, Web (Intranet Servers IIS and Apache), Vendor-specific server-client software/tools, databases (MS SQL and MySql), and maintain email server, streaming server, and audio archive server will be required.  A variety of cloud-based systems will also part of the I.T. infrastructure layout.

Ability to perform successful system scripting, shell scripting, as well as configuring Linksys, Cisco and other brand routers, will be important, as will understanding most Internet protocols. Ability to properly configure a secure wireless network required. Ability to effectively setup, maintain, and evaluate firewalls and proxy servers. Intrusion detection duties are included.

Example Computer Tech Responsibilities:

The Computer Technician is responsible for providing desktop hardware, software support and quality service to user community. Duties include installation and maintenance of computers, drivers, upgrades, software and system updates, networking, and peripheral equipment as well as associated operational documentation. The Computer Technician is responsible for performing these duties in accordance with policies and procedures and as management dictates, with a strong bias to apply industry standards with careful attention to protection of systems from infection, infiltration, hacking, and data loss and/or data misappropriation.

The performance of routine technical and associated physical tasks may be required; packaging and un-packaging, supplies and equipment inventory maintenance, and preparing new equipment, assembly of computer systems and peripherals, back-up/restore of user data, installing standard software, and initiating/troubleshooting network connections are a few examples.

Computer/Network Technician will eventually be responsible for the installation, maintenance, securing, monitoring and repairs to all new and existing equipment such as critical servers, network infrastructure, workstations, printers and monitors.  Command line scripting and batch scripts as well as scheduling scripts regular part of job.

Example of Additional Networking Responsibilities:

* Proactive monitoring of the health and status of the production network, servers and applications using the appropriate monitoring tools

* Provide first tier support and be a point of escalation as it relates to monitoring services

* Create, review, log troubleshooting notes and close network trouble tickets. Maintain outage notifications logs and follow documented escalation procedures where appropriate. Work closely with ISP to maintain Internet connection(s).

* Assist networked employees in the troubleshooting and resolution of issues

* Identify how the monitoring tools can be leveraged for system performance enhancement and report showing environment trending

* Work closely with key vendors and escalate problems to them as necessary, while providing alternative workarounds to keep work flow and operations active.

* Maintain documentation of processes, procedures, troubleshooting guides and change management logs.

Additional Computer Tech Responsibilities:

* Performs troubleshooting and repairs on computers and peripheral systems or equipment according to current or developing desktop standard configuration guidelines and documented procedures

* Performs daily review of open work orders to prioritize tasking. Documents resolution and closes completed work orders

* Drive Images, Drive Clones, tests, and installs desktop/laptop computers for all employees, systems, and computers; this includes installing and configuring office software (MS Office and/or Open Office and/or LibreOffice), email clients (MS Outlook, Thunderbird), Operating Systems, encryption tools and configuring and securing wireless access as needed

* Provides desktop technical assistance to System Administration and Network Operations teams as needed or contracted.

* Performs and documents preventive maintenance of computer equipment as required. Similarly, performs and documents all updates, upgrades, and configurations of anti-virus, Operating Systems, anti-spyware, anti-malware, client and server Firewalls, Networking and client passwords, servers, and Network Attached Storage Devices.

* Facilitates vendor warranty return processing, tests and evaluates items returned from repair

* Participates in life-cycle replacement tasking and other technical improvement projects

* Manages disposal process for all computer equipment and end of life-cycle, this includes performing DoD or better wipe on all hard drives and preparing required documentation

* Responsible for maintaining physical inventories, supplies, tools and ensuring accuracy as directed

* Creation of technical and procedural documentation. Performs monthly/annual/seasonal review of documentation.

* Alerts management to potential threats, abuses, and dangers to systems, equipment, data, or practices.

* Good maintenance of passwords as per policy.

* Maintenance of all equipment serial numbers, software licenses, user keys, and configuration backups matching hardware and licensed machine(s).

* Provide, sometimes, remote technical support on many different softwares in a Windows environment

Basic Requirements:

* You should be prepared to become an excellent hardware repair tech and to develop strong troubleshooting skills.

* You should be prepared to learn to have a good understanding of DNS, Active Directory, and DHCP.

* You should be prepared to learn to provide Router support, VPN support, Terminal Services Support, Remote Access and Maintenance Support, Proxy Server Support, Firewall Support, Intrusion Detection Support

* You should be prepared to learn to install MS Windows Servers, Re-Install Servers, Install Windows and Linux Operating Systems and Configure Drivers, Settings, and Security.

* You should be prepared to learn to become experienced with system imaging, data backup, system restoration, server restoration, server backups.

* You should be prepared to learn to install, configure, and maintain print and fax servers.

* Windows XP, Windows 7, and Linux desktop support required, including but not limited to system optimization

* Capable of good communication and interpersonal skills are essential.

Teamwork Requirements:

* Problem Solver

* Wanting to train quickly to be a professional technician

* Ability to communicate and work with staff, vendors, management, and third-party technical support. Self-motivated, self-guiding, self-critical.

* Start by training and working more hours while training and then move to regular 10-20 hours a week in computer, network and server maintenance

* Knowledge of radio equipment, studio setup, sound equipment, and various ways that such equipment is put together with softwaremust be quickly learned.

* Successful candidate takes pride making things work according to good standards.

* Shows initiative, but has ability to express/write up ideas to present for approval before applying ideas.

* Ability to work weekends, evenings to minimize operational downtime.

* Self-improving, growing and always learning to improve skills and improve results.

* Takes pride in the job.

* Works well with others. Can communicate to non-technical people, explain upgrades, write clearly, and train others on basic use of computer and network tools.

General Networking:

* Previous NOC experience in a small to medium operation preferred

* Good Understanding of standard IP networking, and troubleshooting preferred

* Good Understanding of Microsoft servers and OS’s, including, SQL, IIS, Windows 2003, XP preferred

* Good Understanding of email servers, ftp servers, and http servers, both Windows and Linux-based preferred

* Some familiarity with Linux or Unix based systems and networks very helpful

* Storage technologies, NAS, Automated backups, server knowledge preferred.

* Excellent understanding of Cisco, switches, hubs, wireless and wired security, proxies, and firewalls

* Knowledge and experience with Active Directory, Windows Networking, Internet Domain Management helpful as well.

* Ability to work day, evening, or night shifts and holidays as required

* Flexible with the ability to handle stressful situations

* Understanding of most Microsoft Office Products helfpul, but Open Source Alternatives Required

Additional Tasks & Requirements:

Set up user accounts, groups, and network shares. Willing and able to follow directions and request assistance as required. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Must be able to multi-task. Personal commitment to excellence. Must have good understanding of how WAMP or LAMP web operations run. Basic skills with some scripting language helpful, but such skills will eventually become required. . Ability to grow to expand tasks, responsibilities, and improve results as requested by management.

The successful candidate assesses the situation and gets it resolved. No excuses.

The successful candidate loves their job, and it shows!


Great Lakes Radio, Inc. 3060 U.S. 41 West in Marquette Michigan

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All qualified persons have equal opportunities in positions at our company, including but not limited to equal opportunity for recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, training, discipline and treatment.


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Great Lakes Radio, Inc.
3060 U.S. 41
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: 906-228-6800
Fax: (906) 228-8128
Email: employment@broadcasteverywhere.com
Great Lakes Radio, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.

 

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