An Assistant Studio Engineer may provide both IT and Broadcast Engineering support to a television studio.
Responsibilities can include 1st and 2nd line technical support of broadcast systems, graphics systems and vision mixers as well as general studio and gallery support, to ensure a high quality broadcast.
The work can often be in a live environment, so being able to solve problems under pressure is important as are good communication skills. Other work might include carrying out planned maintenance, conducting equipment tests, monitoring the performance of the equipment and reporting in to the Studio Engineer.
A broadcast technology/engineering degree or equivalent is usually required.
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Average salaries for an Assistant Studio Engineer range from approximately £20,000 – £30,000* and typical career progression would be into a Studio Engineer type role.
*all salaries quoted should be used as rough guides only