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Broadcast Engineer Job Description TV

Job Summary

To support and maintain a range of broadcast and IT equipment and provide technical advice and expertise to operational and programme activities in Network Production Centres, Regional Centres and Local Radio Stations.   Radio station is about to receive a complete technical refit.

Main responsibilities-Broadcast Engineer Job Description TV

1. To be responsible for maintaining technical equipment and systems to the required safety and technical standards with minimum disruption to operational activities.


2. To interpret and diagnose technical problems from a range of sources.


3. To create and maintain asset records and technical documentation.


4. To understand the operation of technical equipment and the context of its use in production and broadcast activities.


5. Where required to undertake operational duties.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Broadcast Engineer Job Description TV

8. To initiate and comply with change control procedures.


9. To provide technical advice to technical and non-technical colleagues at all levels.


10. To provide input, advice and feedback on the suitability, sustainability and use of new products and processes.


11. To liaise with other departments and external organisations through agreed processes and procedures.


12. To actively support the development of the ERBT community through knowledge sharing, innovation and best practice.


13. To order spares and materials through company procurement procedures seeking best value.


14. To work flexibly and willingly, responding as required to occasional out of hours problems.


15. Involvement with an understanding of the company Broadcast continuity and emergency procedures.





1. Relevant engineering qualifications or demonstrable practical experience.


2. An understanding of radio and television and the associated transmission and carrier systems.


3. Understanding of personal computers, servers, IT systems and networks.


4. A keen interest in broadcast technology, its development and application in the regions.


5. An understanding of current and relevant health and safety legislation particularly electrical safety.




1. Experience of working in a broadcast technology (or similar) environment.


2. An interest in the creative elements of broadcasting.

4. To communicate clearly with a range of people at different levels of the organisation and explain and discuss technical issues using a range of styles, tools and techniques.


5. To work in a manner in keeping with the station values.


6. To engage with the needs of production and operational departments.


7. To effectively plan, prioritise and co-ordinate own and other’s activities.












8. To assess and advise on the technical quality of vision, audio and data in line with company guidelines.


9. To work in a team, and lead teams.






Free job description Broadcast Engineer




1. To act quickly and pragmatically under pressure to prioritise and resolve technical faults and problems.


2. To simplify and systematically analyse and evaluate technical problems.


3. Willingness to take initiative, originate action and be responsible for consequent decisions.


6. To work safely at all times, complying with statutory safety requirements. To Conduct a range of safety tests, risk and hazard assessments.


7. To undertake project work, delivering to agreed technical, financial and time parameters.


There will be an increased focus on increasingly important IT systems and more time wil be spent on using new kit rather than mending down old equipment.      Responsible for managing all the broadcast and transmission equipment.