I’m currently searching for a Broadcast Project engineer, with a background in IP networking to join a corporate scientific research facility in London. The role will be to support the research team by helping create world class production facilities, allowing them to communicate with other team members, wherever they are around the globe.
To be considered for the role you will be adaptable, with the ability to lead projects from start to finish, managing budgets and ensuring the remit is met.
This is a unique role, offering a diverse workload. From having an input into the design and implementation of IP networks, to the low-level support of the entire signal chain.
Acting as a point of technical escalation for global points, you must be comfortable with liaising with stakeholders of all levels. You will be expected to identify and bridge any technology gaps, working with production equipment manufacturers to resolve these in the most efficient way possible.
Key technical skills
- IP video technologies (Aspen, 2022-6/7, and ST2110)
- IP audio technologies (Dante, AES67)
- Ability to troubleshoot baseband video standards
- Troubleshooting signal chains.
- IP networks, including but not limited to, IGMP, DNS, DHCP, routing or L2 encryption technologies.
- Previous knowledge of EVS IP Director, production switchers, Routing & Glue, Contribution Encoders, digital video codecs and Internet streaming advantageous
With a background in high profile Live productions, you will be someone who is able to maintain calm in stressful situations, will be excited to push the boundaries of broadcast technologies, be an excellent communicator – both in technical and layman’s terms, and have a logical approach to troubleshooting issues.
In return you will receive, a competitive base salary plus bonus, with shares and a generous 7% pension contribution are offered. Alongside free breakfast and lunch, free gym and a wellness centre on site.
This role will be challenging, but the rewards are worth it.