Broadcast Network Engineer

Location: Dallas

Job Type: Full Time / Permanent

What You Will Do: Our Broadcast Engineers will lead the daily activities of our datacenter infrastructure supporting multiple remote (de-centralized) productions. Our Broadcast Engineer will serve as the technical expert in supporting the core system and infrastructure for our Datacenter.

Key duties include: • Support, maintain & troubleshoot technical workflows from datacenter to client and control rooms. • Work with the Engineering Management Team to plan, coordinate, and assist with centralized production engineering projects • Work with fellow Engineers in the repair and maintenance of facility operations. • Ensure efficient and effective workflows of production environments for a variety of clients. • Complete technical reports for each event to ensure equipment needs/issues are met and resolved. • Communicate efficiently with client technical and operational contacts to ensure on-air success. • Assist with providing technical support for new builds and system upgrades. • Be ready and willing to advise and suggest on IP technical workflows that can enhance productivity, and workflow efficiency.

Requirements: • Technical or B.S./Electronics field or Engineering preferred, however various combinations of education and experience will be considered. • Ability to work in, and understand SMPTE 2110 environments, familiarity with IP workflows. • 5+ years of experience working in television production technology with progressive managerial responsibility. • Demonstrated knowledge of technology, equipment, facilities, and production for major commercial and cable television networks. • Ability to interface with clients and provide a high level of service and support. • Must be able to travel as needed. • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications as well as Visio or similar engineering sketch tools. Due to the requirements of this position, we require that a candidate be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. If a candidate is offered this position, such offer is contingent on the candidate providing proof of full vaccination status by his or her start date. Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, we will consider reasonable accommodations to a candidate’s inability to vaccinate due to disability or religious belief, but our consideration of potential reasonable accommodations does not guarantee commencement of employment.