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to the transition in digital media.
With offices in both Los Angeles and Silicon Valley, professionals work with a broad spectrum of innovative, entrepreneurial and mission-driven professionals - from the technology groups in the studios, to top-tier venture capitalists, to technology innovators and researchers in both the public and private sectors.
MovieLabs is committed to creating an exciting and rewarding professional experience for its employees. Join us and transform your career, today.
What's in it for me?
We are currently in startup mode and putting together the best team, who can help from day one formulate the goals and directions of MovieLabs. That's why we work hard to keep our compensation and benefits programs attractive to the talent we need to be successful today and in the future. As a result, we offer a wide variety of benefits that help employees at every stage of their lives. Transform your career today.
Current Job Openings
Research Systems Administrator/Bit of a hacker
MovieLabs is looking for a talented individual to join a small team in Palo Alto focused on investigating technologies for distributing and monetizing movies and TV.
The position is what you make of it!
If you think of yourself as someone who is flexible; a bit of a hacker; knows how to program or script; has edited a video (e.g., Final Cut); could configure Amazon S3/AWS; likes media; enjoys setting up and playing with equipment; taking on various projects, and learning new technologies please apply.
We are looking for a research assistant who has the talent to a handle individual projects in the area of media usage across the internet. Since we are a small team, the right individual will have the ability to take on more responsibility and manage interesting and diverse projects.
The ideal individual will be independent and versatile. The job is a combination assisting in diverse research projects as well as keeping the IT infrastructure of the organization going strong.
Background could be IT, media production, quality assurance or other multidisciplinary roles.
The well-defined part of the position is keeping the infrastructure up and running. If done well, this is a small part of the job--the rest is projects. More specifically:
Small projects in the area of investigation of new media services and internet backbone usage
Full responsibility for MovieLabs small infrastructure: website, VOIP, and IP, internal connectivity, etc.
Troubleshoot network, software, and hardware issues on computers, servers, cloud services, and media equipment
Implementation of upgrades across equipment suite
Manage and provision cloud servers including DB admin
Purchase equipment as needed to test various configurations primarily in the area of streaming media
Configure and test multi-media equipment
Desired Experience (the more the better, but candidates are not expected to know all)
Strong knowledge of TCP/IP, DHCP, FTP, P2P etc.
Understanding of network topologies
Ability to script (PHP, perl, understanding of regular expressions, etc.).
Linux admin knowledge important; cloud (EC2 or comparable) great.
DB admin a plus, as is SQL query scripting Understanding of media technology including home theater, video editing tools, etc. a strong plus
Understanding of file sharing technologies (This is one of the few jobs where knowing how to pirate video is an asset)