New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) is seeking a paid summer intern to work in our Technology Department. Over 10 weeks (June-August), the intern will be brought into the middle of the broadcast process and will be a part of the engineering team. Through your internship, you will learn about studio engineering, transmission engineering and the daily operations of on-air delivery. This is a paid, onsite internship based out of Concord, NH.
Broadcast Engineering Internship
The Engineering intern will work with the Broadcast Engineer, assisting with installing and maintaining critical broadcast equipment and helping support the production of remote broadcasts. The intern will also work with our Broadcast Transmission Engineer to install, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment at our transmission towers throughout New Hampshire. The intern will also work with our Operations Manager, programming and maintaining our on-air broadcast automation system to deliver programming and underwriting messages.
The ideal candidate will be interested in broadcast engineering, be comfortable working with technology and have an aptitude for engineering. They should have strong organizational skills, attention to detail and good interpersonal skills. Experience with digital audio production and automation systems is a plus. If you have a strong interest in this position, don't hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself.
Compensation & Benefits:
The Internship is a temporary full time, non-exempt, hourly position. The internship program is a 40-hour a week role that is 10 weeks in length (June 3, 2024, to August 9, 2024). The compensation is $17.50 an hour and a $500 stipend is provided that can be used for housing/transportation/relocation.
Internships are non-benefit eligible positions; however interns receive 2 paid holidays and can participate in NHPR's 403b plan.
Things to Know About Us:
NHPR is the state's foremost news organization, focused on producing accountability journalism and engaging deeply with the diverse communities and people of the Granite State. For 40 years, NHPR has produced incisive local news on the radio and emerging audio platforms, complementing the national and global reporting of our partners at NPR. We make nationally prominent podcasts - including Bear Brook, Outside/In, Civics 101 and Document - and have a fast-growing footprint in digital and social media.
NHPR’s mission commits us to telling the stories of our changing state. That requires our organization and our journalism to reflect – and embrace – the increasingly diverse perspectives of people across New Hampshire and beyond. It requires us to model inclusion in our sources, in the voices we lift, in our reporting and in the conversations we conduct; in the makeup of our staff, Board of Trustees and Community Advisory Board, and in the ways we spend money and conduct our business. Learn more about NHPR.
Please apply on the job opportunities page of our website, NHPR.org, or through this link: https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/nhpr/jobs/3225494-106983
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NHPR is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to a diverse and dynamic workplace. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
NHPR encourages people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply, particularly Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); those who are first in their family to attend college; adults without a college degree; LGBTQIA+ community; and people from low-income backgrounds.