Behind the scenes, but ahead of the curve: help us develop the next-generation public broadcaster.
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Created in 2015 to align, lighten and modernize infrastructure, Media Technology & Infrastructure Services (MTIS) is the backbone and the future forward arm of CBC/Radio-Canada. We are the people that make stuff work. We make connections; between media content, systems, people and places. We are the space in between.
A place with purpose. CBC/Radio-Canada has always been a highly-regarded pioneer of media technology. Not just in Canada, but around the world. Today, we’re transforming ourselves from conventional radio and television broadcaster into a modern digital media company. Technology is the driving force. MTIS is the team making it happen.
Reporting to the Director of Architecture and Strategic Development, we are looking for a WAN and Telecommunication Infrastructure Architect; someone who enjoys collaborating with teams; documenting solutions and planning for the future. We need a WAN and Telecommunication Infrastructure Architect to help plan, deploy and support CBC/Radio-Canada telecommunication systems and its infrastructure with a specific eye toward our wide area networks and contribution systems. This is a rare chance to be part of Canada’s most respected broadcaster in a strategic and hands-on role as you step up to influence technology choices and innovative approaches for long-term projects.
Who you are and where are you now?
You are a Telecommunication and Infrastructure Architect with transport packet technology expertise and you are looking for an opportunity to learn new technologies. You want to design and develop innovative solutions, on a bigger scale, that span the country. You want to join - or stay within - the media sector and play a strategic role as a technology expert, consulting and coaching with the various media lines (TV, radio, Web) and IT staff.
What’s in it for you?
Challenges. We spend our days solving problems on an unbelievable scale. Media files are highly nuanced and incredibly complicated; moving our broadcasting content from on-prem servers to the cloud is a complex technical feat. And that’s just the beginning. In this role, you will continuously be challenged to apply your judgment, knowledge, experience and analytical skills in order to:
Be part of the change. Right now we are looking for people who can execute our strategy. Innovators who want to be respected by their international broadcasting peers for pushing future forward thinking. Builders who want to be hands-on, who take pride in knowing they are building the next generation of media technology for Canadians. Operators with the skills to keep the network running smoothly. As the new WAN and Telecommunication Infrastructure Architect you will:
Cutting-edge tech. CBC/Radio-Canada has a leading-edge tech environment where the Telecommunications team has access to the latest tools and training. This is a rare opportunity to work on a national scale where knowledge acquisition and sharing is part of our culture. It is a versatile, varied and complex infrastructure where you will work with audio, video, French and English languages, corporate infrastructure and internet networking all built into a single ecosystem.
Why join us?
CBC/Radio-Canada reflects the Canadian identity and promotes democracy. We strive to represent the diverse voices and regions of the country. We support social and economic innovation. We offer a rare-in-tech work-life balance with an excellent benefits package and a pension plan noted as one of the best in the country; we want to ensure you are happy in and out of the office.
We are a dynamic, in-flux team brimming with potential. We are less than 3 years old and learning to be a new organization within CBC. We want to be a language independent technology team. There’s a lot of exciting work ahead of us and while we aren’t there yet, we have a plan. We’re a large corporation so sometimes there is red tape; we are looking for people to understand the process and suggest improvements. We’re also a funded organization, which enables us to take actions that contribute to fulfilling our mandate to exceed audience expectations. We weigh our options, research and explore. We take our time evaluating plans when it comes to replacing systems or building critical infrastructure. When those decisions are made, we follow through with purpose. We don’t have one static future ahead of us, but a dynamic, fluid set of options. This means a chance to be part of that change whether you are an idea generator or an executor.
What you bring:
Think this job is meant for you but worried you don’t have it all? At CBC/Radio-Canada we know that not everyone takes the same path when it comes to building their skills. Hands-on experience, intelligence, innovation, a passion for learning and a team-focused approach can combine to form the best set of qualifications. If you feel you meet 70% of the requirements we are seeking and you are excited by the possibility of growing our company, take a chance and express your interest here.
As a leader in expressing Canadian culture and enriching democratic life, we need to be as diverse in every way as the country we serve, both within our workforce and on air. As an employer, we value equal opportunity and nurture an inclusive workplace where our individual differences are not only recognized and valued, but also extend to and pervade all the services we provide as Canada's public broadcaster.