Broadcast Operations Engineer
Posted on 2/14/2023
Major League Baseball (MLB)

10,001+ employees

Major League Baseball is a professional baseball organization.
New York, NY, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Operations & Logistics
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • General capability to problem solve and think critically on the fly
  • Ability to stay organized and on task in fast paced environments
  • Self motivated to expand knowledge-base and understanding of MLB workflows over time
  • Ability to commute in office daily or possess a robust home internet connection
  • Competence with Mac and Windows Operating Systems
  • Familiarity of IP Video Transport concepts
  • Operational knowledge of video and audio production standards for live events
  • Experience with Elemental, Evertz, Ross, Sencore, Grass Valley, or equivalent Broadcast hardware manufacturers
  • Primary support of game-day operations for the MiLB.TV product. QC, analyze, and troubleshoot gameday feeds and corresponding MiLB ballpark hardware for customer-facing live streams
  • Provide operational support of video transmission systems, including IP encoding, decoding, and other broadcast transmission related hardware
  • Work with club audio/video staff on receiving proper production handoff, documenting production specifics, and tracking team centric requests for consumer facing live-stream
  • Monitor and verify nightly status of media pipelines for encoding distribution to platform and streaming partners
  • Provide necessary escalations and feedback to Media Technology, Enterprise Media and Broadcast Engineering teams
  • Work with operations staff to generate nightly engineering reports and track relevant incidents
  • Open, update, and close service tickets as necessary
  • Perform regular sweeps of the entire pipeline to identify issues and notify the stakeholders of faults and downstream impact