Project Engineer (Broadcast Media)
Role: Project Engineer (Broadcast Media)
Salary: up to £50,000
Status: Currently receiving applications
A pioneering software company that specialises in offering solutions and services to optimise and streamline production workflows for Broadcasters, is looking to recruit a Project Engineer to its growing UK team deploying large software implementations with enterprise Broadcast and Media clients.
This role will be focussing on large software implementations with enterprise Broadcast customers, primarily in the UK with the opportunity to work on some international projects, and requires a candidate with a flexible and ambitious mindset with a technical background in delivering Software Implementations in the broadcast sector.
- Developing solutions and configurations for the specific customer’s needs together with their software specialists from the other departments
- Configuring and installing individually modified software suites
- Providing documentation for each customer’s implementation
- Training the customer’s staff
- Working closely with a dynamic and friendly team
- Degree in either Broadcast Engineering, Engineering or Computer Science
- Strong IT knowledge and experience with MS Server, MS SQL, Virtual Machines, XML/XSLT, network engineering, AD, clustering
- Experience and knowledge of broadcast specific technology and software, including Scheduling Software, Airtime Sales, Newsroom, and Media Asset Management.
- Basic knowledge of programming and scripting languages, e.g. VB script, Java Script
- MOS protocol
- MS Office components (Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook/Visio/Project/OneNote)
- Ability and willingness to travel
- Open minded and curious
- Exact, reliable and self-organised
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Demonstrate resiliency under pressure
To register your interest in this opportunity, please contact Ben Swanton via email email@example.com
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