About Hollywood Park

Hollywood Park, a near 300-acre sports and entertainment destination, is being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke with the 70,000-seat SoFi Stadium as its centerpiece. Hollywood Park is the largest urban mixed-use mega development under construction in the Western United States. When complete, Hollywood Park will have up to 2,500 residences, a hotel, a retail district reaching up to 890,000 square feet, up to 5 million square feet of office space, and more than 25-acres of public parks and open space.

Home to the Los Angeles Chargers and Super Bowl LVI Champion Los Angeles Rams, SoFi Stadium is the host of world-renowned sporting events, including Super Bowl LVI in 2022, College Football Playoff National Championship game 2023, WrestleMania 2023, World Cup 2026, and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympics in 2028. Adjacent to the stadium and under the same roof canopy is a 2.5-acre open-air plaza, American Airlines Plaza, and the 6,000-seat YouTube Theater. YouTube Theater is an intimate venue, making it the perfect place for concerts, comedy, awards shows, esports competitions, community gatherings, conferences and more. 

Culture

Hollywood Park is being brought to life by a deeply experienced team of creative forward-thinkers. The project is a celebration of all that Los Angeles has to offer. We are inspired by our diverse Inglewood community as a place for the community to be, to see and to connect. 

Hollywood Park is committed to building and maintaining a workplace that celebrates the diversity of our team members, allowing them to bring their authentic selves to work every day.

At the heart of Hollywood Park, lies our dedication to our purpose, promise, and commitments. Our PURPOSE is creating extraordinary experiences, one moment at a time. Our PROMISE is to be an iconic destination that celebrates our diverse and vibrant community. We promise to exceed expectations while cultivating a fun and safe experience where lasting memories are made. Our COMMITMENTS are outlined by S.T.A.R.S. 

Our S.T.A.R.S. commitments are enabled by five foundational principles:

Start with Care –  create a lasting impact through genuine care 

Thrive as a Team – create an environment of collaboration and encouragement

Anticipate Unspoken Needs – be proactive in delivering extraordinary service and support others

Resolve with Respect –  treat others with empathy, patience, and kindness

Safety Always – maintain a safe and secure environment

As the Video Engineer, You Will..

The Video Engineer will be responsible for overseeing Video and Audio-Visual Engineering for SoFi Stadium and YouTube Theater.. Technical implementation and maintenance of SoFi Stadium /YouTube Theater, Venue Control Room, Audio, and Video Equipment, as well as assistance in overseeing and maintaining internal and 3rd party events, IPTV distribution.

More Specific Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To…

  • Have fundamental understanding of 4K/ UHD Broadcast technology, IP routing and IP 2110 multicast architecture
  • Install, maintain, modify, operate and support complex broadcast systems and equipment at SoFi Stadium
  • Demonstrates consistently high standard of Engineering practices, assists installation of new equipment and has a strong understanding of CAD drawings and elevations
  • Assist users with difficulties associated with non-linear editing equipment, video server systems, digital audio mixing equipment, video productions switchers, graphic platforms, camera/robotics systems, intercom systems, etc.
  • 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 device, 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 and video equipment inside the control room; train and engineer all Evertz video 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; check-out and check-in camera equipment and inspect upon return
  • Ability to rapidly diagnose video system 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 broadcast computing and networking systems
  • Supervise, train and provide technical direction to assigned staff; oversee contract engineers and outside vendors in the installation and maintenance of 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

We’d Love to Hear From People With…

  • Bachelor’s degree or equal Technical Degree in video engineering and/or 5 years of experience in video and broadcast engineering
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the sports/broadcast entertainment field
  • 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)
    • Evertz Routing, Multiviewers, Dreamcatcher, IP Gateways, Sync Generators, Timecode Distribution, etc.
    • Ross Acuity Switchers, Xpressions, Tessera, Dashboard, Incoder, etc.
    • Sony 4K/ UHD Cameras, Controllers, Tripods, etc.
    • ChyronHego Paint and Virtual First Down
    • Riedel Intercoms

Salary Rate: $110,000- $130,000

 In compliance with the California Pay Transparency Act, compensation information provided is a good faith estimate for this position only. Hollywood Park considers a candidate’s education, certification, prior experience, as well as internal and external data when determining the salary level for potential new employees. Only in exceptional circumstances, if an external candidate has the experience, credentials, or expertise far exceeding what is expected for the position, would Hollywood Park consider paying a salary or rate near the higher end of the range.

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time.

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