Role: System Designer (Not a Technical Architect)
Key Responsibilities/Job Functions:
• Individuals within the Video Engineering role are responsible for the full lifecycle of technology infrastructure systems, including identification of need, sourcing, design, engineering, development, documentation, testing, deployment and third level support.
• System Designers are responsible for engineering and customizing solutions in partnership with our vendors, so that they integrate with the overall technical architecture.
• They also serve as internal subject matter experts, consultants and trouble-shooters, with responsibility for ensuring stakeholder satisfaction with infrastructure technology. Additionally, they are responsible for tracking technical and business trends, assessing their impact and developing strategies to leverage this information to build solutions and mitigate risks and plan the retirement and transition of technologies at the end of their lifecycle.
• Video System Designers demonstrate technical skills in one or more technologies such as: multicast networks, video hardware, video workflows, and require well-developed project and people management skills.
• Reviews detailed documentation for implementation teams.
• Maintain Production documentation and drawings to reflect the as-built state .
• Support Operational teams in maintaining a high level of service availability.
• Work with Business units to deploy solutions to support Wholesale and Commercial customers.
• Communicates with Video Designers, Integrators, and Engineers for documentation and process management of the Video Content Processing ecosystems across Rogers networks.
• Ensures support is available and acts as escalation point for specified technologies.
• Support continuous improvements based on corporate benchmarking.
Experience and Education Preferred:
• 3+ years of similar experience
• Expert understanding of one or more: linear video systems, multicast routing, application configuration, database management, remote access, security, automation.
• Working knowledge of MPEG2, MPEG4/H.264, ATSC, and DVB preferred.
• Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience required.