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JOB SUMMARY: The Texas Rangers are looking for an Assistant Production Engineer to assist with the broadcast and scoreboard infrastructure servicing of Choctaw Stadium and Globe Life Field. This position will assist the Production Engineer with the maintenance and upkeep of all audio-visual aspects and the day-to-day operations of both building’s scoreboard control room, broadcast systems/infrastructure (radio and television), and digital signage systems.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF POSITION INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
Assist with technical operation, maintenance, and repair of Control Room equipment including, but not limited to, broadcast cameras, intercoms, routing systems, replay systems, production switcher, and stadium audio system at both Choctaw Stadium and Globe Life Field
Assist configuring and repairing IPTV system and all TV, Menu Board related duties for both Choctaw Stadium and Globe Life Field.
Assist the Production Engineer to cover all post-game and press conference feeds with local/National/International media and rightsholders
Assist with the enforcement of policies and procedures for proper use of scoreboard control room equipment as well as Broadcast truck dock area
Assist with the maintenance, repair, troubleshoot all building LED signage (scoreboards, fascia boards, auxiliary boards)
Assist the Production Engineer for all Texas Rangers home games and non game-day events.
Assist with management of all cable installations throughout the facility, including running a full broadcast cable check post-installation, and repairing and replacing any defective cables
Assist the Production Engineer for all MLBAM technical installations and maintenance
Assist the Production Engineer to coordinate access and provide escort for the installation/work for the transmission companies
Assist the Production Engineer to work with broadcasting department to manage National television access and locations
Other related duties as assigned
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (BSEET), Electrical Engineering, or equivalent broadcast engineering experience
Five years experience in managing, maintaining, and troubleshooting broadcast infrastructure including both radio and television
Working knowledge of, but not limited to, production switchers, routing systems, intercom systems, broadcast cabling, and replay systems
Working knowledge of audio systems from both an engineering and production standpoint.
Experience with, but not limited to, professional live remote and studio production, LED displays and components, broadcast cameras, fiber and coax cables and termination of
Applicants must possess a strong working knowledge of computer systems (hardware and software), networks, as they relate to the broadcast environment and live data stream processing
Ability to communicate technical information to non-technical personnel
Ability to troubleshoot to the component level in television control room environment
Ability to analyze problems, identify alternatives, assess consequences and implement recommendations
Must be a team player and possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills
Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
Goal oriented, self-starter with strong work ethic
Available to work all Rangers home baseball games, and other events as assigned, to include nights, weekends, and holidays as well as the regular work week
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of the job.
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