ABOUT FANDUEL GROUP

FanDuel Group is a world-class team of brands and products all built with one goal in mind — to give fans new and innovative ways to interact with their favorite games, sports, teams, and leagues. That’s no easy task, which is why we’re so dedicated to building a winning team. And make no mistake, we are here to win, but we believe in winning right. That means we’ll never compromise when it comes to looking out for our teammates. From our many opportunities for professional development to our generous insurance and paid leave policies, we’re committed to making sure our employees get as much out of FanDuel as we ask them to give.

FanDuel Group is based in New York, with offices in Georgia, California, New Jersey, Florida, Oregon and Scotland. Our brands include:

  • FanDuel — A game-changing real-money fantasy sports app
  • FanDuel Sportsbook — America’s #1 sports betting app
  • TVG — The best-in-class horse racing TV/media network and betting platform
  • FanDuel Racing — A horse racing app built for the average sports fan
  • FanDuel Casino & Betfair Casino — Fan-favorite online casino apps
  • FOXBet — A world-class betting platform and affiliate of FanDuel Group 
  • PokerStars — The premier online poker product and affiliate of FanDuel Group 

THE POSITION

Our roster has an opening with your name on it

The Daily On-Call Master Control Operator performs a variety of tasks related to live, pre-recorded, studio and field production, all in support of multiple 24x7 TV broadcast channels and OTT platforms. Primary duties include, but are not limited to, monitoring and control of the on-air automation system, monitor/troubleshoot TV channels outbound signals broadcast/OTT and recording/playback of material on servers.

THE GAME PLAN

Everyone on our team has a part to play

  • Simultaneously operate all Master Control equipment for multiple TV channels/productions primarily in a live studio environment.
  • Setup and operate different types of video/audio recording and playback devices in a simultaneous, multi-tasking environment.
  • Checks and marks daily logs to ensure accuracy and completeness, and distribute to affected areas.
  • Load/appends/configures the daily schedule/log provided by Traffic for the automation system
  • Monitors and troubleshoots the automation system for proper event execution.
  • Performs manual rolling and switching of designated on-air events.
  • Maintains established procedure for logging and creation of timing sheets associated with incoming media.
  • Performs ingest procedure for transfer of media material into the air server.
  • Ensures all recordings are accomplished per daily schedule.
  • Monitors outbound and return TVG/TVG2 program feeds (C-Band & DBS) to ensure quality and continuity of all broadcast and OTT signal parameters.
  • Collects and organizes format and transmission information for outside produced programs.
  • Quality checks and adjusts video/audio signal levels for optimum quality.
  • Able to complete tasks and projects with strict deadlines.
  • Develop, write and implement Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the department.
  • Controls and understands configuration of multi-view equipment, router matrix, and media asset management systems.
  • Complete formal paperwork for TOC (Technical Operations Center) and other departments including, but not limited to creating, maintaining, and disseminating daily record schedules, emails, and charts of all feeds and remote based information.
  • Verifies and updates daily records, record schedules, and equipment such that the information is accurate.
  • Takes direction from control room team for content assignment, content playback or troubleshooting network/OTT feeds during live broadcasts or server based programming.
  • Performs ingest procedure for transfer of media material into the air server.
  • Create/maintain appropriate logs and labels for removable media.
  • Performs other cross training tasks, as assigned, including, but not limited to the following areas; Studio Operator, Master Control operator and, Playback, TOC Operator.
  • Performs crash records/dubbing operations, as needed.
  • Performs duties on remote broadcasts, as assigned.

THE STATS

What we’re looking for in our next teammate

  • Working knowledge of systems/equipment used in functions identified above, including analog/digital/high definition video/audio signals and monitoring equipment.
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in broadcast operations at a local TV station, cable/satellite channel or other industry-related environment.
  • Ability to travel to remote broadcast sites, as assigned.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. of technical / set gear.
  • Ability to work well in a broadcast team environment, including talent, producers and directors, under strict time deadlines.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule consisting of weekends and holidays.

THE CONTRACT
We treat our team right

Competitive compensation is just the beginning. As part of our team, you can expect:

  • An exciting and fun environment committed to driving real growth
  • Opportunities to build really cool products that fans love
  • Mentorship and professional development resources to help you refine your game
  • Flexible vacation allowance to let you refuel
  • Hall of Fame benefit programs and platforms

FanDuel Group is an equal opportunities employer. Diversity and inclusion in FanDuel means that we respect and value everyone as individuals. We don't tolerate bias, judgement or harassment.  Our focus is on developing employees so that they reach their full potential.

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