The company:

CGTN – the China Global Television Network, its six TV channels – English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Russian and Documentary, and its digital media platforms were launched on December 31, 2016.

CGTN Europe is a fresh multimedia news channel from a modern, purpose-built newsroom in London’s Chiswick Business Park. It will join the other regional CGTN hubs in Beijing, Nairobi and Washington DC in helping the network to set the news agenda across the UK and Europe, by broadcasting and publishing award-winning news and current affairs content that will provide a fresh take on European political, economic, social and cultural affairs.

The role:

We are now seeking a network production system engineer to join the new team in London.

Key responsibilities:

  • Complete regular maintenance checks and troubleshooting of all of the production system/equipment;
  • Advise the programmers on the best technical solutions for any problems that arise; and
  • Be the key technical support for the production.

The person:

With significant experience working as a technical engineer within a TV studio, you will have a deep understanding of the ENPS news production system whilst having a familiarity with other network production systems and related equipment such as servers, firewalls, switches.

You will also:

  • Familiar with cloud system architecture and application, database, H5, etc.;
  • Familiar with the production and broadcast process of news programs;
  • Knowledge of and experience with IT tools to perform these tasks is desirable;
  • Excel at work within a culturally and ethnically diverse staff; and
  • Be a strong team player
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If your skills & experience fit the above requirements and you would like to take the next step, please apply online.

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