Unemployment might be high but broadcast software developer RCS is putting out the “Help Wanted” sign.
RCS is looking for a few good software trainers for its GSelector scheduling platform. The company said it will train the trainers.
Note that previous GSelector knowledge is required, according to a release. Once trained, trainers will see the world in what the release calls “extensive travel.” Those interested can email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RCS President/CEO Philippe Generali said the latest version of GSelector includes techniques such as reverse scheduling to program around countdown shows and multi-shot scheduling to let the automatic scheduler pick the best possible layout of songs. He said those enhancements have triggered increased demand.