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As Broadcast Support Engineer, reporting to Engineering Support Team Lead you will support the Sports, broadcast and studio systems for day to day Television and Online business operations. You will need to ensure that services delivered are aligned to customer expectations, and continuously reviewed for areas of improvement. You will need to be excited as we are about embracing current technologies while always looking to the future for the best possible solutions. You will be part of a skilled group who are responsible for providing 24 x 7 system supports for all aspects of our transmission and studio systems for AzamTV. There will be shift and some weekend work required.
The Broadcast Engineering Team is the backbone of all our broadcast systems. We’re critical to ensuring that our customers have the best experience possible.
You must have:
You must have an engineering degree in Electronics/IT/Computer science.Able to provide support to on-air and critical broadcast technology systems.Excellent knowledge of IT architectures and Strong IT troubleshooting skills.Networking; Operating System (Windows, Linux).Provide and keep support documentation up to dateProvide broadcast quality assurance on all content whether live or file basedMaintenance of RF Downlink Ingest FacilitiesShift based role supporting AzamTV operation 24/7, 365 days a yearKnowledge of back-up systems.Good understanding to work with audio-visual and signal acquisition technologiesUnderstanding of video/ audio/web compression technologies and encoding software. Be available and accessible to work as required on call to provide on-site remote support to transmission and studio systems outside of rostered hours of duty as requiredProven experience in a complex technical, commercial environment with associated workflow, resource and project management experience.Excellent knowledge and awareness of Television/Media environmentsDemonstrated expertise and broad knowledge of multiple technologies/ platforms.