Production Technician

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to be part of a national radio, television and podcast network.

We are seeking an experienced Production Technician to join our team. This position requires past TV studio camera operation and basic knowledge of TV production as a whole.

Must be willing to accept on-call work, as well as have availability on Fridays from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. There will be occasional special projects as needed.

This is a dynamic environment where you’ll work with some of the most talented coworkers.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

SKILLS AND SPECIFICATIONS

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

COMPENSATION PACKAGE

We offer very competitive salary that is based on experience. We also offer 401k with employer match, and AFLAC group services.

HOW TO APPLY

This is a part-time, onsite position at our studio and broadcast center in Phoenix, Arizona. Apply in confidence today. Email your resume to: careers@komando.com

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT

We take great pride in our diverse and talented workforce. We recognize that our continued success depends largely on the collective strengths of our employees. Developing the right mix of skills, ideas and individuals requires an unwavering commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Accordingly, we recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles and ensure that all other personnel actions are administered without regard to an employee's race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, veteran status or disability.

ABOUT THE KIM KOMANDO SHOW

The Kim Komando Show is broadcast nationally to over 400 top radio stations with 6.5 million weekly listeners originating at the 24,000 sq ft Komando Broadcast Center in central Phoenix. Kim was the first national female talk host to discuss consumer electronics since 1995. As a consequence of her show’s success, Kim has continuously given back.

For many years, Kim has provided devices to better people’s lives in a segment that she calls “random acts of kindness.” Last year, to highlight just a few beneficiaries, Kim sent a smart TV to a disabled veteran who was unable to leave his home, a laptop to a non-profit aiming to stop the opioid crisis, and taught a young man dealing with progressive muscular dystrophy how to build a computer with the parts Kim provided.

Kim's weekly column appears nationally in USA Today, FoxNews, and in more than 100 daily newspapers. We send more than 12 million newsletters each week. We also produce books, consumer buying guides, podcasts and videos.