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Job Title: Video Engineer
Job ID: 19109
Description: Video Services
Supports the design, installation, maintenance and repair of the following types of video production facilities and supporting equipment: television studio, editing systems, graphic production workstations, cablecast system, and field production equipment; functions as an assistant technical advisor for the team; coordinates development of procedures for the proper use of equipment and facilities; coordinates testing and calibration of analog and digital video and audio systems; provides technical training to other Gallaudet University staff and students; serves as the production engineer as needed; and assists the Operations Supervisor in the planning, preparation, and submission of annual budget requests for engineering activities.
I. Supports the design, installation, maintenance and repair of the following types of video production facilities and supporting equipment: television studio, editing systems, graphic production workstations, duplication area, cablecast system, and field production equipment.
II. Coordinates the modification of equipment devices and systems; assists with new equipment installation; oversees in-house equipment repairs; coordinates out of house equipment repairs; and maintains all equipment records including an inventory system.
III. Supports and assists with the evaluation of new technologies and equipment; and conducts research and consults with other engineers and producer/directors on the purchase of future gear for the facility.
IV. Ensures all equipment used during a studio or field shoot works together properly to produce the optimum video and audio signal quality.
V. Coordinates the integration, maintenance and upkeep of areas of audio and video origination such as Master Control, Studio, edit workstations Field Gear and Control Room.
VI. Performs simple repairs, when possible, of facility equipment.
VII. Provides technical training to other Gallaudet University employees and students.
VIII. Assists the Operations Supervisor in the planning, preparation, and submission of annual budget requests for engineering activities.
IX. Serves as a mandatory Title IX reporter; and takes annual Title IX training as part of the compliance effort.
X. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in electronics, video engineering standards, electronics-technologies, or a closely related field.
A minimum three years of recent professional experience in providing engineering support for broadcast and cablecast systems.
In-depth knowledge of state-of-the-art video systems such as high definition television, IP video protocols, and the design, integration and operation of audio/video storage area networks, support media data networks and communication subsystems.
Familiarity with computer programming and computer hardware/software in a media centric production facility.
Strong knowledge of field and studio video production and dissemination equipment and techniques.
Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills.
Incumbent should demonstrate American Sign Language proficiency. If not, incumbent must become proficient within a reasonable period of time. The ASLPI will be utilized to track progress for language proficiency.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and qualifications