Position: Advance Video Encoding Engineer
Location: Greenwood Village CO US
This Advance Video Encoding Engineer Operations role will have a mix of transactional and project-based responsibilities, including but not limited to change activities and tier III escalations.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Design, development and validation of MOPs, implementing changes and keeping the team and appropriate distribution-lists updated as a change progresses through its life-cycle from planned, to scheduled, through to implementation and results.
- This role is largely transactional, it is expected that
Advance Video Encoding Engineer will work under little supervision with strict prioritization.
Advance Video Encoding Engineer will also be responsible for ensuring that monitoring plans are employed as documented and that monitoring is fully functional before hand-off to 24×7 NOC groups.
- Minimum of 3 years of in an Operations Engineering role providing day to day support for production, lab environments.
- Minimum of 3 years of experience with Video acquisition, encoding, packaging and distribution technologies
- Minimum of 3 years troubleshooting experience in complex video environments
- Minimum of 3 years of design and architect experience in complex video environments
- Minimum of 3 years of solid technical writing / engineering documentation (will ask for examples)
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience with Video/Audio codecs and transport methodologies: MPEG2, AVC, DASH -TS AAC, AC-3, SCTE-35.
- Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS); or equivalent training or education or experience
Additional Job Requirements
- Experience working with Adaptive Bitrate Encoders
- Excellent communication, documentation and organizational skills.
- Experience with Unix and Windows operating systems
- Understanding of Ethernet Networks, TCP/IP, Anycast, HTTP(S)
- Experience working with IP Multicast and it’s supporting protocols
- Telecommunications industry experience
- Experience with ACLs and Routing Policy
- Experience with Cisco DCM, and Dell Servers