External Application

Where: Bristol, CT (Remote Position)


Field: Live Broadcast / Sports / TV News / Technical Operations

Salary: $128,576.00 — $189,750.00 per year

Type: Full Time


Position Summary:

The Specialist, Production Operations will be responsible for overseeing, planning, and executing the technical management of a Remote Operations sport category (ies) and other special projects as deemed necessary throughout the year.

The Specialist will provide the technical expertise to the productions and operations groups in evaluating and planning all remote assignments.


Assists in conducting technical surveys for upcoming events (travels to locations to determine technical requirements and obstacles), determines the feasibility of production requirements, the crew size, equipment needs, schedules and approximate costs of such remote originations.
Assumes the leadership role in complex tasks and processes that can have a material influence on the outcomes of assigned remote events.
Provides Production Operations and Programming Finance with cost information pertaining to remote technical elements.
Designs technical CAD drawings to depict the technical signal flow of a remote television broadcast.
Helps to supervise the installation, operation, teardown, manpower and maintenance of the technical equipment.
Advises production and operations personnel of technical costs and options as situations arise.
Maintains up to date knowledge of the latest progress in technical innovation. Assists in the approval process for the selection of vendors, uplink facilities, and fiber connections.
Asists or administers the RFP process and guidelines for vendor contracts.
Maintains communication flow with other sport category managers on new technical developments or circumstances that may affect other shows or sport groups.
Works closely with organizing bodies on the design and implementation of technical processes of each show/event.
Keeps accurate records and approves all crew time and/or travel time while on location.
Acts as the safety supervisor in accordance with OSHA and insurance regulations.


Has in depth awareness of developments in equipment technology and procedures.
Has in-depth knowledge of organization, procurement, financial and logistical skills relating to show creation.
Has in-depth knowledge of computer training and how it relates to the new technical equipment utilized on remote events.
Knowledge of electronics in broadcasting in the video, audio, RF, lighting, videotape and maintenance areas.
Minimum 8 years of broadcast experience, primarily field technician.
Solid understanding of the principles of television electronics including: HD, UHD(4K), or SD formats, HDR or SDR formats, Video acquisition, Media recording and management, Transmission methods, Signal routing, Television audio and communication systems, IP systems,
Proficient with WORD, EXCEL, POWER POINT and VISIO computer programs.
Has an in-depth understanding of the procurement aspects of the technical equipment needed to carryout live broadcasts.
Ability to communicate clearly and manage people effectively.
Ability to troubleshoot problems and provide efficient and effective solutions on site.
Leadership ability is required.
Willingness to travel as required.
Required Education:

High School Diploma or equivalent.
Preferred Education:

Bachelor's Degree
Advanced technical school or engineering courses specializing in electronics or radio/TV.

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