Job Details: Senior Digital Media Engineer

Senior Digital Media Engineer

Job Specification

Job Title: Senior Digital Media Engineer
Ref: 5072
Location: Europe: South East, UK
Salary: £35k – £40k per annum + Benefits
Sector: Engineering & Development
Type: Permanent

Job Details

A leading outside broadcast company currently has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Digital Media Engineer to join its team based in the South East of England.

As a Senior Engineer, you will take responsibility for supporting the company’s entire digital media workflow – installing, commissioning and maintaining file based systems at the company’s HQ. You will also work closely with the Post Production team to design and manage changes to the file based workflow systems, taking the lead on projects and overseeing the work of more junior members of the team.

Although predominantly based at the company’s head office, you will at times get the chance to travel internationally to support the company’s systems on site at major sporting events around the world.

Candidates should come from a technical broadcast or post production engineering background, with strong experience of digital media workflows including Adobe Premiere Pro and media asset management (MAM) systems. Hands on operational experience of IP networks and infrastructure, along with a working knowledge of AutoCAD and some project management skills are essential.

In addition, any technical exposure to media archiving systems, NAS, EVS and more traditional broadcast technologies would be highly advantageous.

This position will predominantly consist of Monday to Friday hours but will require occasional travel, candidates must therefore have a full EU driving licence and a flexible approach to working hours.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a renowned broadcast company and support state of the art video facilities.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to be successful in this role then apply now. Please note our client cannot provide visa sponsorship, so candidates must be fully eligible to live and work in the UK.

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