Telegenic is one of the UK’s leading outside broadcasting providers.
We are now searching for an enthusiastic & driven engineering professional for this newly-created position.
You will work closely with our broadcast video department to maintain our reputation for being pioneering in the field of outside broadcasting.
The successful candidate will plan, executeand build projects under the direction of the Head of Research and Development, so as to further enhance the quality of service to our clients and broaden our offer of broadcast solutions to the world of television and film.
The Project Engineer will contribute to maintaining and servicing our fleet of 7 HD vehicles. This will allow for quick and efficient evaluation and implementation of new technologies, initiatives and solutions.
We feel that for the right candidate, this position will provide many and varied opportunities & experience in the field of outside broadcast.
Essential qualifications and skills:
Undergraduate degree in science, engineering or related
Working knowledge of at least one programming language
Knowledge of electronics, circuit building and repairs
Confident mathematician (GCSE and A-Level)
Basic user skills in MAC, Windows and Linux (Advanced user of at least one)
Knowledge of TCP/IP Networks
Interest or knowledge of digital video
The right candidate will have the following personal qualities:
Understanding of team dynamics and able to contribute considerately
An unwavering enthusiasm for technology
Logical and methodical thinking
Analytic approach to encountering new technological systems
Determination to overcome problems and find creative solutions
Thirsty for knowledge and driven to develop new understanding
Inventive and innovative; an ability to think outside the box and design new solutions and products
Valuing the satisfaction of seeing a job well done
Pride in being part of a team at the cutting edge of technical developments
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