Broadcast Lab Manager

Company Name:
Lab Manager

Hello, electronics professional! Are you working on the same types of broadcasts every day? Is your environment outdated or stuck in same old technology? Are you looking for a state of the art production facility for an enterprise company who connects with millions of Americans each day? If so, great news!

Optomi, in partnership with a leading meteorology broadcast firm, is seeking a Localization Team laboratory manager in the Smyrna area for a six month, contract to hire engagement. They need a blend of an electronics technician with video knowledge, network skills and an understanding of components and design flow.

Why You Should Be Excited:

You get to take charge of multiple laboratories
Extremely technically advanced enterprise environment
You'll be working on a program that people actually see daily
Good balance of hardware and software support
Always a different broadcast, no room for boredom!
Corporate culture built around autonomy and transparency
Great career move from hands-on to management

What You'll Be Doing All Day:

Keep all labs and equipment in working order
Design Ethernet networks
Documenting and labeling networks, particularly the Localization Ethernet
Patch, source and destination labeling
Supervising common data storage use
Schedule MSO compliance testing
Create check out and return lists for equipment

What You'll need to be a Great Fit:

Engineering Technician degree or the equivalent
Networking courses and certifications
5-10 years as a hardware lab technician, 2-3 of those years in some form of management
3-5 years video set-up and embedded engineering experience
Cable TV experience preferred

Tools you'll need to get the job done:

Windows Embedded systems
Scripting experience (Python or Perl)
Version control systems (Subversion, GIT, CVS, Perforce)
Bug/Issue tracking tool experience (Jira preferred)
Fine pitch soldering
Orcad Schematic Capture
Tektronix Oscilloscope experience
Manzanita MPEG Analyzer
MS Access database use

Excellent verbal and communication skills

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