This position is covered by the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians Union.
KQED Public Radio is the most listened to public radio station in the nation. Approximately 25 percent of its broadcast schedule is comprised of news and public affairs produced by KQED at its headquarters in San Francisco and from news bureaus around the state.
The KQED Public Radio on call Operating Technician is responsible for executing consistently high quality audio production in studio and remote recording environments. These productions may be live programming events, studio-based for later broadcast or recordings from remote locations.
This is a Temporary/On Call position, and shifts are assigned depending on on-call Operating Technician availability.