Broadcast Maintenance Engineer

August 27, 2021 The2016Admin
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Install and maintain broadcast television and IT related equipment including routers, switches, encoders, multiplexers, video servers, IP encapsulators, wireless microphones, intercom systems, and signal processing and conversion devices.

Run and terminate cables including coax, network and audio.

Instruct users on the operation of equipment.

Participate in an on-call rotation to provide after-hours support.

Work schedule includes various shifts that may include nights and weekends.

Other duties, as assigned.


Where permitted by applicable law, must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by date of hire to be considered for job.

Working knowledge of broadcast video servers, broadcast automation systems, HD production environments and production automation systems.

You must be a self-starter and able to prioritize work.

You need to have a proficient level of knowledge of IT standards and practices including computer networking.

You must work well with others and have excellent written and oral communication skills to be effective in communicating technical things to non-technical users.

Systems level knowledge of news editing, production graphics and playout systems such as Grass Valley Ignite, Ross Overdrive, Grass Valley Stratus, and Telestream Vantage is a plus.

Working knowledge of digital television transmitters, satellite uplinks and microwave STL/TSLs is preferred.

Our Perks & Benefits:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance package

Long Term Disability Insurance

HSA Plan

401k with Company Match

Vacation/PTO/Sick/Paid Holidays

Paid Qualified-FMLA Leave

Tax-free Transit

Discounted Parking Access

Gym Membership Discount

Convenient access to highways and public transportation