Position Summary

Candidate will be responsible for Overseeing Audio Engineering for SoFi Stadium and the Performance Venue. Technical implementation and maintenance of SoFi Stadium / Performance Venue Control Room, and Audio Equipment, as well as assistance in overseeing and maintaining internal and 3rd party events, IPTV distribution.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Have fundamental understanding of audio IP routing and IP 2110 multicast architecture
  • Provide world-class audio reinforcement for live event, providing a professional mix to patrons in attendance as FOH Engineer
  • Strong working knowledge of Dante digital audio routing and proficiency in digital mixing consoles in order to mix effectively
  • Work with visiting audio staff as head stadium audio engineer for external audio system integration
  • Responsible for maintenance and repair of audio equipment throughout the venue, including preventative maintenance and proper system protections
  • If necessary, assist the Production Manager with technical advance specific to audio
  • Interact with visiting production crew to ensure a successful show by suing strong interpersonal skills
  • Oversee and operated systems pertaining to audio throughout the entire venue
  • Ensure Special Events audio needs are implemented and executed with the utmost professional attitude
  • Set up and break down all audio equipment necessary for the event production
  • Install, maintain, modify, operate and support complex audio systems and equipment at SoFi Stadium
  • Demonstrates consistently high standard of Engineering practices, assist installation of new equipment and has a strong understanding of CAD drawings and elevations
  • Assist in planning equipment and facility maintenance, expansion, and improvements; coordinate facility maintenance with Director of Broadcast and Technical Facilities
  • Assist in preventive maintenance and/or troubleshooting on all broadcast audio devices, including but not limited to: video equipment and /or audio switching equipment processing and monitoring equipment and streaming equipment
  • Daily multicast system monitoring of both primary and redundant infrastructure and network switches, equipment testing and optimization for continued operation of stadium technology
  • Maintains software updates on all audio equipment throughout the stadium and inside the control room; train and engineer all audio routing systems
  • Assist in providing support material for development purposes; assess needed technological changes
  • Procure equipment and parts; ensure adherence to accepted engineering practices and standards; checkout and check in audio equipment and inspect upon return
  • Ability to rapidly diagnose audio systems and IT problems and provide alternative solutions if needed to maintain production deadlines
  • Assist with the installation and maintenance of IT equipment and systems; work closely with IT staff in supporting audio broadcast computing and networking systems
  • Supervise, train and provide technical direction to assigned staff; oversees contract engineers and outside vendors in the installation and maintenance of audio broadcast equipment and systems as and when needed
  • Must be able to lift heavy equipment, climb stairs, walk long distances when required
  • Other duties may be assigned

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Four-year college degree or equivalent work experience preferred
  • At least 10 years of experience as an audio technical or engineer in audio post-production
  • Thorough knowledge configuring and troubleshooting protocols hardware and software, digital consoles, and outboard compressors / limiters
  • Experience in troubleshooting fiber and ethernet networks

Required Skills

  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Ability to work well with others within a team environment
  • Self-starter, able to work efficiently without direct supervision
  • Be able to work effectively with other departments receiving and communicating instructions via telephone or in person
  • Be able to read and understand technical materials
  • Able to set priorities under pressure of deadlines
  • Able to concentrate for long periods of time
  • Must be flexible to accommodate shift changes including extended hours, weekends, and evenings
  • Able to adjust responsibilities as we develop new opportunities

 Knowledge of the following equipment (Bonus)

  • IP Gateways
  • Riedel Intercoms

 

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