The National WWII Museum is currently seeking a Broadcast Engineer. Under the supervision of the Director of Theater & AV Systems, this position will set up, operate, and maintain the equipment used to acquire, edit, and transmit audio and video for Museum events.
Essential responsibilities include the following:
· Maintain campus-wide broadcast spaces on campus for video production, live streaming transmission, and interactive media.
· Set up and monitor audiovisual links among campus venues.
· Install and test new equipment.
· Maintain editing facilities in post-production suites.
· Analyze and repair technical faults on equipment and systems.
· Minimize loss of service when equipment fails by quickly identifying and implementing alternative methods of service provision.
· Set up and operate equipment and transmission links during outside broadcasts.
· Design and implement hardware and systems.
· Interpret and implement instructions and requests from producers, directors, and other colleagues.
· Consult with, train, and assist Museum team members with producing and running live events including webinars, lectures, and conferences.
Qualifications include the following:
· 3-5 years’ experience with Ross Video equipment including, but not limited to, routers, switchers, and facility control systems.
· Experience in electronic engineering and using Clear-Com equipment.
· Sufficient color vision and hearing; strong manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
· Ability to apply digital and analog theory and work from diagrammatic information.
· Fault-finding skills and the capacity to solve technical problems in a creative way; ability to remain calm under pressure.
· Excellent communication and time management skills along with an attention to detail.
· Excellent computer skills; must be familiar with both Mac and Windows operating systems.
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