The average pay for a Radio Officer is €30,846 a year and €15 an hour in Finland.
The average salary range for a Radio Officer is between €23,399 and €36,899.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Finland.
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Operates and maintains radiotelegraph and radiotelephone equipment and accessories aboard ship: turns on power to activate generator, and throws switches to cut in transmitters and antennas.
Turns dials to obtain sending frequency and volume.
Receives and transmits messages following procedure prescribed by federal regulations.
Maintains log of messages transmitted and received.
Monitors emergency frequency for ship and distress calls.
Performs minor repairs and adjustments on ships' radio equipment and lifeboat radios.
May perform minor repairs to radar, loran, auto-alarm, and gyrocompass systems.
May copy broadcast schedules, such as merfox (us navy broadcast), mercast (weather information and navigational hazards), and news (wire-press).
Must be licensed by federal communications commission as radiotelegraph operator and radiotelephone operator, and by us coast guard as radio officer.