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BROADCAST TV ENGINEER. Would you like to work in an environment that compliments your faith and values your skills as an engineer? Like an opportunity to join an extremely talented engineering team and put your skills to good use in a growing inspirational television network? If so, and you have at least five years of high power TV/RF experience, excellent time management and organizational skills...
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Posted Tue 26th August
Engineers cover the following territory: agricultural, aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer hardware, electrical, electronics, environmental, health and safety, industrial, marine, materials, mechanical, mining and geological, nuclear, and petroleum. The job outlook for this industry is excellent according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Employment will grow about as fast as average for engineering jobs through 2014, with some variance within specialties. The two top specialties in which employment will grow faster than average are biomedical and environmental.