An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Sound Engineer to join an award-winning broadcast facility based in London on a permanent basis, where you will be given the chance to work across entertainment and sport productions.
As Sound Engineer you will be responsible for supporting the technical sound facilities across broadcast studios, galleries, post-production and MCR and ensuring the operational and engineering needs of the business, production companies and shows are met through development and innovation.
You will also be involved in installation projects, configure and route talkback and control systems and oversee the entire Riedel communications network. In addition, you will maintain and operate sound equipment, ensuring technical faults are identified, rectified and logged or utilise the latest technology to implement new technical solutions.
To be successful in the role, candidates should have proven experience in a sound engineering role within a TV studio or outside broadcast setting with the ability to design and implement audio workflows to suit production needs.
Technical skills required include an understanding of Calrec or Yamaha audio consoles, knowledge of Riedel communication systems and awareness of the fundamentals of Surround Sound, Dolby Atmos and Stereo. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate knowledge of IP broadcasting alongside an understanding of ISDN and IP codecs and Dante media networking.
If you have excellent personal skills, enjoy researching and working with the latest technology and enjoy working as part of a close knit team, please apply now for immediate consideration.
Please note, this is a shift based role include early, late and weekend shifts. You will also be required to work night shifts on occasion to support maintenance, upgrades and live events.