Apr 20, 2016 04:18 AM EDT

Netflix Is Hiring A 'Studio AV Engineer For Entertainment and Media Industry,' Job Opportunity Open For You

By Jane Reed

Netflix is fast growing. After its successful launch as an online video streaming service, it has expanded its media base to television series brands and other franchises. Recently, it has also expanded its service to different areas globally. But Netflix wouldn't be successful without its internal crew. As the company continues to expand, so does its organizational staff. According to , Netflix is currently hiring a Studio AV Engineer For Entertainment and Media Industry.

The video-media company is on the job-hunt path to fill its Audio Visual Team department. Their current AV infrastructure housed in the Los Angeles Netflix Headquarters will need a qualified individual to support the following:

The new hire is required to design, implement and support live production equipment. Must also understand and able to control hard ware and software video distribution. Experience with cameras, screening rooms and intercoms are essential for this role. The Studio AV Engineer For Entertainment and Media Industry will be required to initiate new projects as well as implement the technologies necessary for operations, alongside the production team on hand.

Are you that person? Netflix is looking for someone who can contribute ideas and skill sets that can help the company succeed in a fast-faced technological industry. If you think you can work well with the Netflix work environment and culture, then take note of the following experiences and skills necessary:

  • Must have background in live studio production equipment & screening room equipment
  • Extensive experience with Evertz video routing systems and broadcast equipment integration with a focus on physical installation
  • 4K live production knowledge, IP video routing and fiber based video delivery
  • Extensive knowledge of live production workflow from acquisition, switchers, graphics systems, ingest and integration with post-production systems
  • Experience with audio routing with knowledge of AES and analog audio
  • Proficient with DCP playout systems and DCI compliance
  • Experience designing and supporting post production technology (edit/QC bays, storage and machine rooms)
  • Experience working with intercom/wireless systems in a studio environment

If you think you're qualified, visit Glassdoor for more information.

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