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Post Production Engineer

  • Streamland Media
  • Manchester, UK
  • 05/07/2022
Full time Engineering Broadcast Engineering Post-Production

Job Description

Job Description for PostProduction Engineer

 

Summary

Post Production Engineering role primarily based in Manchester.

Salary depending on experience and level.

 

Our Company

The Farm Group gives television producers worldwide the finest creative talent and production support to help them make award winning programming. All over the UK and beyond, from data to delivery.

Working for the top film & television Post Production house in central Manchester you will be joining an experienced and talented team taking on a range of first to third line technical support and system administration duties.

This is a unique opportunity for someone with ambition and ability to join the technical team in a market leading Post Production company.

 

What we are looking for:

 

An experienced professional with a background in Television Post production Engineering. (N.B. Not to be confused with an Audio Dubbing/Sound Mixer)

 

Lead responsibilities

·         Design, Implementation and Support of various post production technologies and infrastructure.

·         Creative staff & Client helpdesk functions including call handling/logging and some general IT support duties.

·         Software imaging & hardware maintenance.

 

Experience

·         A sound working knowledge of some or all of:

Avid & Adobe editing systems, Pro Tools sound studios, colour grading, Autodesk Flame.

·         Experience of High end workflows & technology to produce UHD/HDR/Atmos content.

·         Linux OS Experience an advantage.

·         Any virtualisation, networking, remote working solution experience an advantage.

·         Scripting and or coding experience an advantage.

 

At the Farm you will gain exposure to:

·         Exposure to a range of technologies from both the Film & Broadcast TV side of the business as well as across general production IT systems.

·         Complex Audio/Video apps and workflows, broadcast hardware, storage, databases, backups, networking, security.

·         An opportunity to get experience at the forefront of Film & TV Production, and associated technologies.

·         Training is provided by a helpful team of colleagues to build a working local knowledge

·         External technical training will be offered as required.

 

Working Conditions:

·         Reporting to the Head of Engineering the position is Full time permanent.

·         Shift pattern Mon – Fri covering 08.00 – 20.00 with some ad hoc work out of hours including weekends to be expected.

·         Manchester based but with some scope and requirement to be involved with our bases in Bristol and London.