Broadcast Section Supervisor #291
- US SENATE SERGEANT AT ARMS
- Washington D.C.
- Jan 31, 2023
- Feb 14, 2023
- Management, Other
- Media / Journalism / Advertising
- Full Time
Broadcast Section Supervisor #291
Work Hours: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Pay Band: SAA-10 - $98000-$146992
Remote Work Status: Onsite / FLSA Status: Exempt
Posting Date Range: 1/30/2023-2/13/2023
This vacancy announcement closes at 7pm EST. Late applications will not be accepted.
Work involves supervising and participating in the work of Broadcast Technicians in production or section work to ensure professional Senate Television and studio coverage. Work requires preparing shift work schedules, scheduling daily work assignments, assigning equipment to technicians, and training new employees. The incumbent has frequent contact with Senators, Senate staff, press secretaries, and others to receive information about their needs and facilitate their technical requirements. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Broadcast Production Manager.
Examples of Work
Schedules work to be performed by the section or production staff; assigns work and equipment to section technical staff; implements production policies and procedures. Supervises production of studio and Senate television productions; schedules and oversees studio and television production personnel including production directors and production technicians; evaluates employee performance; provides production support for Senate proceedings and programs; operates a variety of equipment. Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies; recommends purchase of equipment and supplies. Inspects the work of employees and provides coaching and counseling, as needed. Provides training to new employees; provides technical training to personnel on operation of television production equipment; maintains and coordinates technical standards for television productions. Provides production support for Senate proceedings and programs; operates a variety of equipment in the section. Assists Senate staff in coordinating production requirements for radio programs; oversees and supervises the pre- and post production of valid shows; manages radio actuality service; engineers and coordinates remote recordings of news conferences, interviews, and other productions. Writes, edits and/or maintains procedures and manuals. Participates in Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning, including exercises, drills and training.
Work requires a Bachelor’s Degree in radio/television production or related field, and five to eight years of technical production experience in radio/television, including experience in the production area supervised; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the following knowledge, abilities and skills:
- Knowledge of the operational and maintenance characteristics of television and audio/video recording equipment.
- Ability to supervise, schedule, assign, train, and evaluate the work of assigned technical production staff.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, co-workers, and the public.
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Ability to deal with others, using tact and diplomacy.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
Work is performed in an office or in the field and requires sitting or standing for long periods and may require safely lifting objects up to 50 pounds.
Licenses, Certification and Other Requirements
A driver’s license may be required. For education requirements please see Minimum Qualifications.
Conditions of Employment
To be employed by a Senate employing office in a paid position in the continental United States an individual must:
1. Be a U.S. citizen;
2. Be lawfully admitted for permanent residence and seeking citizenship as outlined in 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3)(B);
3. Be (i) admitted as a refugee under 8 U.S.C. § 1157 or granted asylum under 8 U.S.C. § 1158 and (ii) have filed a declaration of intention to become a lawful permanent resident and then a citizen when eligible; or
4. Owe allegiance to the U.S. (i.e., qualify as a non-citizen U.S. national under federal law).
Employment is contingent on background / security investigation results.
The SAA provides a highly competitive benefits package for all SAA staff. Our benefits extend beyond health care coverage to help provide employees with student loan reimbursement, professional development, transportation subsidy, TSP/retirement savings, access to our Employee Assistance Program, and more! For more information regarding SAA’s benefits, please visit https://sen.gov/OPPW
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the SAA is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you are interested in applying for employment with SAA and need special assistance or an accommodation to complete the application process, please submit your request to SAAHRMedical@saa.senate.gov email with “Accommodation” in the subject line.
VOLUNTARY SELF-IDENTIFICATION FOR VETERANS' PREFERENCE
If you are identifying as veterans' preference eligible under the VEOA, please use this link [saa.csod.com]to complete your application for Veterans' Preference AFTER you apply for this position. The link will also be available on the "Thank You" page after you have submitted your job application.
Candidates only need to apply one time for veterans’ preference to be considered for all future veterans’ preference positions within the Senate Sergeant at Arms.
- All supporting documents must ONLY be provided within the Veterans’ Preference Application and within the stated deadline of the job announcement.
- Late applications for veterans’ preference will not be considered.
- Documentation to obtain veterans’ preference will not be considered if attached to the job application.
- If you need to revise or resubmit your Application for Veterans' Preference/documents, please withdraw your previous Application for Veterans' Preference and resubmit. If you require assistance, please email email@example.com.
- To view additional information regarding the VEOA, please click here [senate.gov].
An applicant who declines to self-identify as a disabled veteran and/or to provide information and documentation regarding his/her disabled veteran’s status will not be subjected to an adverse employment action, but the individual may be ruled ineligible for veterans’ preference.