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Al Jazeera is one of the world's most powerful broadcasters. Its reputation has been earned through a visionary and courageous set of journalistic ideals. It has revolutionised news coverage, especially in the Middle East, presenting uncensored reporting and open debate.

In 2006, Al Jazeera launched a new English-language international network based in London, Washington, Kuala Lumpur and with headquarters in Doha, Qatar. The new network carries a truly global agenda to a world audience.

Al Jazeera is an equal opportunities employer. No agencies please.

Unfortunately at present we are unable to offer internships or work experience at any of our broadcast centres, although this situation is currently under review by our HR staff. Any updates will be posted here.


AJE Operations - Kuala Lumpur

Satellite Co-ordinator

The role:
Booking of satellite and fibre routes from any global location for AJE News and Programmes

Responsibities: Booking all ad-hoc satellite transmissions, SNGs and production facilities worldwide; inputting all information accurately into the ScheduALL booking system, to maintain records and track costs; to maintain effective relationships with key vendors and colleagues to ensure smooth operations.

Competancies & skills: Comprehensive understanding of Live News environment; understanding of satellite and IP networks (TCP/IP, FTP, store and forward); fluent English speaker and able to communicate effectively; able to multi-task, prioritise workload and remain calm under pressure.

Experience level required: A minimum of two years experience in a TV/News environment.

To apply for this post please submit a copy of your CV with a covering letter to techops@aljazeera.net.

Closing date for applications: Friday, September 19, 2008.


 

 

 

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