Digital Quality Control Technician

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Adecco is currently assisting a media company in the Scranton/Moosic area recruit for a Digital Quality Control Technician. This position is an evening shift schedule—4:30pm-1am Monday-Friday. You will train on days from 8am-4:30pm. The position pays $14.28 per hour.

Position Overview

The digital QC technician performs quality control checks on file-based content and verifies compliance against pre-determined client and/or Deluxe standards. You will work as part of the Quality Control Team and take direction from a Supervisor/Manager within Digital Quality Control Operations. Technicians in Master QC perform workorder based assignments and possess excellent attention to detail.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Perform specification verification and assure quality of audio/video and closed caption material for theatrical and episodic releases.
  • Accurately capture video/audio values within Master QC client standards
  • Individual will perform quality assurance testing on video, audio, closed captioning.
  • Individual will perform incoming QC of the client supplied materials (audio, video, subtitles, and graphics) for file production.
  • Individual will perform file QCs using various playback programs.
  • Visual quality assurance testing of compressed video material.
  • Audible quality assurance testing of encoded audio material.
  • Experience with multiple file format wrappers and codecs
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Must effectively utilize various audio and video production tools (audio/video software, scope hardware, various players etc.)
  • Ensure work assignments, their status and disposition are timely and accurately records in operations systems
  • Engage in on-going training programs as necessary
  • Must effectively analyze and communication information in order to resolve issues and concerns as they arise
  • Must have be able to professionally communicate with Client Services team
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, experience, and skill-set:

  • 1-3 years quality control experience in the entertainment industry.
  • Individual must possess a fundamental understanding of audio, video, film.
  • Individual must be able to troubleshoot quality control issues, software and player anomalies.
  • Individual must effectively utilize various audio and video production tools
  • Individual must be organized, diligent and detail-oriented.
  • Individual must possess solid verbal and written communication skills.
  • Duties require an accurate and methodical approach to testing as well as a very focused and detailed attention to audio, video and film impairments and artifacts.
  • Individual must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with hard deadlines.
  • Individual will need to make frequent "subjective" decisions as part of their daily function (e.g. determining the "severity rating" for quality defects, determining which defects are acceptable, etc.).
  • Individual must be willing to work nights and weekends.
  • The Director is the final escalation point for internal issues.


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