Job Details: Broadcast Systems Engineer

Broadcast Systems Engineer

Job Specification

Job Title: Broadcast Systems Engineer
Ref: 4961
Location: Europe: London, UK
Salary: Negotiable: Please quote salary expectation on application
Sector: Engineering & Development
Type: Permanent

Job Details

A leading sports content distribution company currently has an excellent permanent opportunity for a Broadcast Systems Engineer to join its London based team.

As a Broadcast Systems Engineer you will be responsible for designing solutions for use in a 24/7 broadcast environment. This will include defining project requirements and developing state of the art broadcast systems, as well as assisting with system implementation for live streaming facilities and a global video network platform.

Following project completion you will provide support and training to users and continue to research new technologies for service improvement.

Candidates should be passionate about broadcast and IP-based media technology, preferably with previous experience of providing technical support to, or designing and implementing systems for, video encoding and OTT platforms. Strong knowledge across IP video networks including multicasting, SMPTE standards, seamless switching, IGMP, RTP and UDP is also important.

This role would also suit a recent graduate in Broadcast Technology, or a similar technical subject, with some experience of working in a broadcast facility. Cisco networking experience to CCNA level, or equivalent, would be highly desirable.

Due to the project-focused nature of this role, you will be required to travel internationally and candidates should therefore be flexible to work on site as required.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing design engineering team and contribute to the success of a market-leading sports content platform.

If you feel that you have the required skills to be successful and are fully eligible to live and work in the UK without restriction, then please apply now for immediate consideration.

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