Broadcast Engineer – Cleveland Clinic – Cleveland, OH
Company: Cleveland Clinic
Location: Cleveland, OH
Administers all technical aspects of control room maintenance and repairs. Plays a key role in the continuing design and upgrades of all major systems.
- Oversees maintenance of broadcast systems and live productions at Cleveland Clinic including the InterContinental Hotel and advanced A/V systems in the executive administration area.
- Provides engineering support to key executive events.
- Evaluates, installs, maintains and performs repairs and preventative maintenance of advanced A/V systems, including all control rooms, television equipment, studio equipment, field gear and related systems.
- Assists the manager in the design and upgrades of all major A/V and Broadcast systems across the enterprise.
- Works with manufacturers and vendors to obtain replacement parts and manage inventory.
- Supervises freelance personnel during studio and remote television productions, offering training and assistance with equipment and systems.
- Creates and maintains appropriate databases and documentation of equipment and systems.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, technology, video design or related field with TV Broadcast background required; an additional five years’ experience, relevant training and certifications may be used in lieu of the degree requirement.
- Automation programing certification, level 2 programming preferred.
- Technical Certifications (e.g., Federal Communications Corporation, Society of Broadcast Engineers or Certified Technology Specialist – I [CTS-I]) preferred.
- Minimum of 8 years of experience in a professional television broadcast environment installing/operating/repairing television equipment.
- Ability to design and repair advanced analog and digital broadcast systems.
- Strong background with test and measurement equipment, waveform monitors, vector scopes, digital RF meters and projection calibration.
- Background in fiber transmission and distribution equipment repair and maintenance.
- Repair and calibration of broadcast studio cameras, master control switchers, play out servers, routing switchers, and edit systems.
- Repair and design of audio routing switchers, production consoles, and wireless microphones.
- Strong analytical/communicative skills essential. Strong technical skills and an understanding of current television production equipment.
- Advanced experience with computers, interactive equipment, computer driven digital and analog production equipment.
- Ability to read schematics, and repair manuals.
- Visual and aural acuity, manual dexterity and strength sufficient to operate, repair and transport audiovisual equipment.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
- Follows Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required for procedures.
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