This is a list of current employment opportunities in broadcast engineering in Washington, Oregon, Idaho.

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We regularly scan the SBE National and State Association of Broadcasters for Engineering Job listings.  You can also visit the SBE National Jobs site at: 


Multimedia Patent Analyst / Engineer– Redmond, WA

Microsoft is looking for a person with knowledge of multimedia and broadcast related technologies to work closely with their patent attorneys in evaluating intellectual property opportunities. A degree in electrical engineering, computer science or similar area, or significant work experience in software development and technical program management is required.  More information and application information:  (2019-06)


TV Chief Engineer – Yakima, WA 

KIMA-TV in Yakima, Washington is currently seeking a full-time Chief Engineer. Duties include maintenance of computer and broadcast equipment of the television broadcasting station, including manage technician’s activities, planning, supervision of computer software, hardware and local network applications and equipment. Supervision and performance of transmitter maintenance and computer equipment.  Requirements include at least 5 years of experience in broadcast television and strong IT background.  Degree and SBE certification desired.  Apply to Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., (2019-05)


Video and Network Specialist – Seattle, WA

University of Washington Video, Seattle Campus, is looking for a Video and Network Specialist for their regional campus facilities.  This position will support all technical aspects of UW Video’s operations. These include supporting webcasts, remote and in-studio productions, athletics in-venue video board productions, campus video fiber infrastructure to and from Kane Hall, video editing suites and servers.  The position requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and a minimum of 2 to 3 years of work experience working with video switchers, routers, audio mixers and editing equipment.  For more information: (2019-05)


Radio Chief Engineer – Medford, OR

Bicoastal Media is looking for a Chief Engineer, with 5 years experience, for their 6 station radio cluster in beautiful Southern Oregon. RF Experience needed, knowledge of NexGen and IT systems is desirable. Bicoastal Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F.  Please email resumes to:  (2019-05)


Maintenance Engineer – Bend, OR

OPB is looking for an engineer to support OPB’s RF distribution technology at remote sites in the Central and Eastern parts of Oregon. Equipment and facilities include TV transmitters, radio transmitters, microwave systems, IP networks and equipment, emergency generators, remote control systems, fiber optic systems and travel to transmitter, microwave, and translator sites, using 4-wheel drive and tracked snow vehicles. May include hiking, snowshoeing and tower climbing.  Preferred qualifications include a degree in electronics, mechanical or electrical engineering, computer science, telecommunications or broadcast engineering; experience with Visio or CAD, tower climbing experience and certification and SBE Certification. For more information (2019-05)


Radio IT Engineer – Medford, OR

theDove-Radio-TV-Digital in Medford, Oregon has an immediate opening for an IT-Radio-TV Broadcast Engineer.  A solid knowledge of IT and broadcast engineering systems and operations is desired. A degree in engineering or computer science is preferred.  Cisco and Microsoft certifications are a plus.  For more information: (2019-05)


Director of Engineering and Technology – Portland, OR

All Classical Portland has an opening for Director of Engineering and Technology. All Classical Portland maintains seven FM radio stations serving Portland Metro, the Willamette Valley, Columbia Gorge and Oregon Coast.  The job includes supervision for broadcast distribution operations.  Responsibilities include maintenance for all broadcast equipment, satellite downlink equipment and off-site transmitters and towers managed by contractors.  Responsibilities also include serving as “Chief Operator” as required by the FCC, researching and recommendation of new broadcast technology and delivery systems as needed.  Minimum qualifications are four years of experience in broadcast engineering.  For more information and online application: (2019-05)