|Job Title:||Audio Engineer|
|Sector:||Engineering & Development|
|Type:||Fixed Term Contract|
We currently have a great opportunity for a Broadcast Audio Engineer to work on an exciting broadcast project, in Germany, on an initial 12 month fixed-term contract.
In this role you will take responsibility for the company’s audio workflows and ensure that broadcast productions are accompanied by high quality audio content. As Broadcast Audio Engineer you will support studio hardware (sound desks, audio recording / playout systems), digital audio networks, and encoding / decoding solutions, as well as acting as a technical escalation point for production staff for any audio-related issues.
To be successful in this position, you will have a strong knowledge of digital audio standards (AAC, MADI) as well as encoding systems and IP signal transportation, with a degree in Audio Engineering or an equivalent technical subject being advantageous. You will be familiar with a number of audio consoles and routing systems, particularly Calrec, Riedel, Lawo and Stage Tec. You should be confident in working in studio production environments and also on remote / outside broadcast (OB) events, and have a strong understanding of audio transmission chains for indoor / outdoor venues. You will utilise your knowledge of file-based workflows and IP networking to improve the company’s current infrastructure and processes.
Commercial experience in a live sport production environment would be highly beneficial as would an interest or understanding of eSports and online gaming. This role will include some travel to work at shows and events, so you should have a flexible approach to working hours.
This is a great opportunity to work for a renowned entertainment technology company and apply your technical experience to their upcoming projects.
If you feel that you have the required experience and are passionate about working in a technology market which holds huge potential in the future of broadcasting, then please apply now for immediate consideration.