£23000 - £24000 per annum + free lunch, 38 days hol inc bank
7 months ago
£24,000 + discretionary bonus
Full Time Mon Sun ( weekends and evenings required )
37.5 hours per week
Shift Rota Example 10 5.30pm or a 12pm 7.30pm
North London Camden
Satellite Data Engineer required to work for a well-established statistical data company offering fantastic benefits.
You will be maintaining the satellites infrastructure ensuring fast streaming of live sports.
This is a new role with an opportunity to grow and learn loads, the company sponsor training and courses as required to be effective in your job role. If you love sports in particular football you will love working here, the company provide live coverage and recovery of any non-live fixtures.
Research channels used speed / service, find new sources for coverage.
Recover, record live and historical games, replacing videos.
Research & Development into infrastructure technology available and new suppliers.
Maintain Satellite dishes, hardware, software technical equipment - Servers, KVM s, Dream boxes, Infrastructure, compression
Monitoring, Scheduling and Setting up day to day games highlights
Manage all subscriptions
Collect statistical data
Assist with client data enquiries
Level in IT or related an advantage
Experience within a technical environment
Passion for football, willing to work evenings and weekends (you get to watch the games !!)
Excellent communicator whom is both clear and confident
Office 365, Windows 10, Microsoft Word and Excel
Knowledge of Satellites
Linux an advantage training provided
This job would suit someone that loves to build their own machines and has a real interest in IT, you will love football and have a can do, flexible working attitude, potentially a recent IT graduate or college leaver.
Benefits: sports and social club, free lunches, 30 days holiday + bank holiday, offices with café onsite, career progression, training, watch football whilst at work
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