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Become A Video Engineer

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Working As A Video Engineer

  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • $37,490

    Average Salary

What Does A Video Engineer Do At Metronome

* Designs and defines system architecture for new or existing computer systems
* Performs complex systems development and design work, that may include logic design, I/O design, firmware development, model formulation, manufacturing and development cost projections, computer architecture analysis and design, and analog or digital systems engineering
* Performs systems modeling, simulation and analysis
* Reviews the completion and implementation of system additions and/or enhancements, and makes recommendations to management and/or clients
* Plans and directs upgrades of operating systems and designs system enhancements
* Develops documentation on new or existing systems
* Develops and directs tests, to ensure that systems meet documented user requirements
* Identifies, analyzes and resolves system problems
* Provides system/equipment/specialized training and technical guidance
* Determines system specifications, input/output processes, and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility
* Provides guidance and work leadership to less-experienced systems engineers and may have supervisory responsibilities
* Serves as a liaison to clients, participating in meetings to ensure that client needs were met
* Maintains current knowledge of relevant technology as assigned and participates in special projects as required
* Analyzes voice, video and/or data communications networks, including planning, designing, evaluating, selecting, and upgrading systems and protocol suites
* Designs, develops and executes Cisco IP video technologies, including Cisco DX series, Cisco EX series and Cisco MX Series
* Designs, develops and executes desktop video endpoints, IP Television solutions and VCS, TMS and Gateway configurations
* Designs, develops and executes Cisco Unified Communications Call Manager (CUCM) version 10
* H.323 and SIP trunk configuration, MSE 8000 Virtual Telepresence Server 8710 media blades and MXP1700 Telepresence Systems
* Plans system updates and schedules outages
* Configures system and user environments
* Provides direction in the development of continued technologies, ECPs and tasking related to Unified Communications and other User Facing Services
* Identifies, analyzes and resolves system problems
* Performs network and system administration duties
* Qualifications
* Government clearance required
* Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical training, or work/military experience
* years of related systems engineering experience
* Knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques used in Unified Communications and system design
* Advanced Knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications operating systems, Cisco Video solutions, VCS, TMS and Virtual Telepresence Server
* Knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications systems conferencing solutions, understanding of licensing agreements and video technologies
* May require professional certification in one or more specific technologies, depending on job assignment
* Additional Information
* Core Values
* Passion
* We believe.
* We execute with all we have
* Improving
* We surpass our best efforts
* Teammates
* We respect and support one another
* Mission
* We align with our customers’ objectives
* Celebrate Success
* We reward all

What Does A Video Engineer Do At Walgreens

* Execution of deployment operations to monitor and improve on pre-release, upgrades and current versions of software.
* Evaluating compatibility of programs with existing hardware and/or software features.
* Development of protocols to support established standards.
* Improving operation and monitoring of advanced or complex features.
* Development of processes and interface requirements.
* Data development and definition of acceptance criteria.
* Gathers and updates necessary information and communicates to appropriate parties.
* Utilizes experience in order to identify problematic relationships.
* Anticipates, prevents and eliminates problems and creates efficient fixes.
* Facilitates elimination of problems and roadblocks before they occur.
* Works cross-functionally to accomplish assignments.
* Interacts with internal and external peers and managers to exchange complex information related to areas of specialization.
* Mentors less experienced members of the team.
* May assist in live site support and incident resolution that may include on-call rotation.
* Walgreens, one of the nation's largest drugstore chains, is included in the Retail Pharmacy USA Division of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., the first global pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing enterprise.
* More than 10 million customers interact with Walgreens each day in communities across America, using the most convenient, multichannel access to consumer goods and services and trusted, cost-effective pharmacy, health and wellness services and advice.
* Walgreens operates 8,175 drugstores with a presence in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U
* S. Virgin Islands.
* Walgreens omnichannel business includes Walgreens.com.
* Approximately 400 Walgreens stores offer Healthcare Clinic or other provider retail clinic services.
* As the neighborhood drugstore and retailer, our goal is to make health and happiness simpler, easier and within reach.
* And we remain a trusted wellness provider offering convenient access to important health services, such as immunizations and an array of pharmacy services that can help patients improve their health.
* To our team members, Walgreens represents a unique opportunity to excel in their careers in a welcoming and inclusive environment.
* We offer the chance to work in a truly supportive environment, and be a part of a progressive organization dedicated to the well-being of our customers, team members and the communities we all call home.
* Job ID:
* BR
* Title:
* Video Conference Engineer

What Does A Video Engineer Do At Astreya

* Test and evaluate emerging technologies and platforms for their inclusion in our platform TV, including interaction with vendors on product selection
* Create system-level and detailed designs for the distribution of video services across an all IP network.
* Manage cross-functional and third-party resources for the implementation of system designs
* Work with internal and third-party resources to design automation systems for the configuration and management of the video network

What Does A Video Engineer Do At Apex Systems

Deliver on video initiatives including, but not limited to, video bridging solutions, video room system deployments, infrastructure management, 3rd party systems integration, desktop and mobile clients, securityManage, update, and maintain a global video endpoint inventory of more than 900 endpointsFacilitate video calls via point-to-point, video bridge, or Virtual Meeting Room; monitor and provide stability of the bridging technology to ensure a seamless, natural, and uninterrupted video experience for end-usersParticipate in the design and deployment of new video systems solutions and projectsMaintain ownership of video estate endpoint monitoring for uptime / downtime and quality of service (QoS) including jitter, latency and packet loss) to ensure a stable environmentWork with internal Operations and external 3rd party vendors to resolve complex end user issuesParticipate and facilitate integration and end user acceptance testingDocument process, solutions to common problems and responses to frequently asked questions

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How To Become A Video Engineer

Broadcast and sound engineering technicians typically need postsecondary education. Depending on the work they do, it could either be a postsecondary nondegree award or an associate’s degree.  

Education

Audio and video equipment technicians, as well as sound engineering technicians, typically need a postsecondary nondegree award or certificate, whereas broadcast technicians typically need an associate’s degree. However, in some cases workers in any of these occupations may need only a high school diploma to be eligible for entry-level positions.

Postsecondary nondegree programs for audio and video equipment technicians and sound engineering technicians may take several months to a year to complete. The programs include hands-on experience with the equipment used in many entry-level positions.

Broadcast technicians typically need an associate’s degree. In addition to courses in math and science, coursework for prospective broadcast technicians should emphasize practical skills such as video editing and production management.

Prospective broadcast and sound engineering technicians should complete high school courses in math, physics, and electronics. They must have excellent computer skills to be successful.

Training

Because technology is constantly improving, technicians often enroll in continuing education courses and they receive on-the-job training to become skilled in new equipment and hardware. On-the-job training includes topics such as setting up cables or automation systems, testing electrical equipment, learning the codes and standards of the industry, and following safety procedures.

Training for new hires can be accomplished in a variety of ways, depending on the types of products and services the employer provides. Although some apprenticeship programs do exist, more frequently a new technician will accompany a more experienced technician to get the training and skills necessary for advancement.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Although not required by most employers, earning voluntary certification will offer advantages in getting a job as a broadcast or sound engineering technician. Certification tells employers that the technician meets certain industry standards and has kept up to date with new technologies.

For example, the Society of Broadcast Engineers offers eight broadcast engineering certifications, two operator certifications, and two broadcast networking certifications. All of them require passing an exam. Similarly, InfoComm International offers an audiovisual Certified Technology Specialist credential.

Other Experience

Practical experience working in a high school or college audiovisual department also can help prepare someone to be an audio and video equipment technician.

Advancement

Although many broadcast and sound engineering technicians work first in small markets or at small stations in big markets, after they gain the necessary experience and skills they often transfer to larger, better paying radio or television stations. Few large stations hire someone without previous experience, and they value more specialized skills.

Experienced workers with strong technical skills can become supervisory technicians or chief engineers. To become chief engineer at large television stations, technicians typically need a bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Technicians need to communicate with supervisors and coworkers to ensure that clients’ needs are met and that equipment is set up properly before broadcasts, live performances, and presentations.

Computer skills. Technicians use computer systems to program equipment and edit audio and video recordings.

Manual dexterity. Some technicians set up audio and visual equipment and cables, a job that requires a steady hand and good hand-eye coordination. Others adjust small knobs, dials, and sliders during radio and television broadcasts and live performances.

Problem-solving skills. Technicians need to recognize equipment problems and propose possible solutions to them. Employers typically desire applicants with a variety of skills, such as setting up equipment, maintaining the equipment, and troubleshooting and solving any problems that arise.

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Video Engineer Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    86.1%
  • Female

    10.0%
  • Unknown

    3.9%

Ethnicity

  • White

    77.9%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    10.5%
  • Asian

    9.5%
  • Unknown

    1.6%
  • Black or African American

    0.6%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    47.1%
  • Carrier

    11.8%
  • Chinese

    5.9%
  • Greek

    5.9%
  • Persian

    5.9%
  • Japanese

    5.9%
  • Catalan

    5.9%
  • Ukrainian

    5.9%
  • Russian

    5.9%
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Real Video Engineer Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Video Engineer Nytec, Inc. Redmond, WA May 02, 2011 $166,960
Director of Video Engineering Viddy, Inc. CA Sep 05, 2013 $160,000
Head of Video Engineering Altia Systems, Inc. Cupertino, CA Aug 07, 2012 $155,000
Senior Video Engineer Twitch Interactive, Inc. San Francisco, CA Nov 16, 2016 $147,000
Senior Video Engineer Flipagram, Inc. Los Angeles, CA May 05, 2015 $131,269
Senior Video Engineer Twitch Interactive, Inc. San Francisco, CA Dec 29, 2014 $130,000
Head of Video Engineering Ngcodec, Inc. San Jose, CA May 20, 2014 $129,394
Head of Video Engineering Altia Systems, Inc. Cupertino, CA May 29, 2013 $129,394
Video Coding Engineer Vidyo, Inc. Hackensack, NJ May 18, 2010 $125,408
Senior Video Engineer Justin.TV Inc. San Francisco, CA Apr 02, 2013 $125,000
Embedded Media & Video Engineer Apple Inc. Cupertino, CA Oct 01, 2010 $125,000
Video Engineer Longtail Ad Solutions, Inc. New York, NY Nov 24, 2016 $121,500
SR. Technical Video Engineer Checkm8, Inc. New York, NY Nov 15, 2015 $121,000
SR. Technical Video Engineer Checkm8, Inc. New York, NY Nov 10, 2015 $121,000
Head of Video Engineering Ngcodec, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA Aug 08, 2015 $120,000
Video Engineer Smith Micro Software, Inc. Mountain View, CA Aug 15, 2010 $120,000
IMG Video Engineer Apple Inc. Cupertino, CA Sep 15, 2012 $120,000
Senior Video Engineer Fox Audience Network Santa Monica, CA Jan 16, 2010 $119,472
Senior Video Engineer 3VR Security, Inc. San Francisco, CA Sep 08, 2014 $118,800 -
$124,000
Embedded Media & Video Engineer Apple Inc. Cupertino, CA Nov 25, 2010 $115,000
Lead Video Engineer Clearone, Inc. Austin, TX Oct 28, 2013 $115,000
SR. Technical Video Engineer Checkm8, Inc. New York, NY Oct 01, 2012 $110,000
Video Engineer Vislink, Inc. Billerica, MA Dec 05, 2010 $104,339
Video Engineer Long Tail Ad Solutions Inc. New York, NY May 01, 2015 $100,000
Video Engineer Smith Micro Software, Inc. Mountain View, CA Nov 29, 2010 $100,000
Embedded Media & Video Engineer Apple Inc. Cupertino, CA Sep 06, 2012 $100,000
Video Engineer Longtail Ad Solutions, Inc. New York, NY Jan 08, 2016 $100,000
Video Engineer III Cox Communications, Inc. Las Vegas, NV Dec 29, 2016 $97,011
Video Engineer Fullscreen Inc. Los Angeles, CA Nov 23, 2015 $87,818 -
$120,000

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Top Skills for A Video Engineer

Tcp/IpPolycomRMXVTCTroubleTicketsSetupCisco/TandbergVendorsTechnicalSupportWebMCUHDAudio/VideoEquipmentIsdnTelepresenceProceduresVODTMSRoutersDigitalVideoWindows

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Top Video Engineer Skills

  1. Tcp/Ip
  2. Polycom RMX
  3. VTC
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Network transport analysis and trouble shooting at TCP/IP layers 1-3.
  • Experience with Polycom RMX [ ] MCU.
  • Managed VTC team in support of the Missile Defense Agency.
  • Worked 20 hours each week correlating Channels to specific receivers, wiring points, trouble tickets and Cherry Picker locations.
  • Provide setup and operation of equipment for international video conference calls.

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