Cricket Systems Operator

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Cricket Systems Operator

What Does A Systems Operator Do?

  • Installation and setup of Hawk-Eye technology in the build-up to matches, and performing pre-match checks (this can involve physically demanding work, such as rigging cameras and running cables);
  • Liaise with key stakeholders from broadcasters companies, match officials and teams to ensure all contractual obligations are seamlessly delivered;
  • Monitoring and operating the various Hawk-Eye cricket technologies during every ball of the match;
  • Providing quick resolutions for any technical issues;
  • Taking full responsibility for our system on-site and representing our company in the best possible manner;
  • Research and development into new projects and technologies;
  • Maintenance of kit and equipment needed to run the system.

Job Details

Required Skills & Experience
Very good analytical and problem-solving skills;

A decent standard of computer literacy and technical skillset;

Ability to work under extreme pressure to tight deadlines;

An open-minded, flexible approach to work with a real eagerness to travel overseas and domestically;

Common sense and use of initiative, diligence, honesty, attention to detail, excellent communication skills and enthusiasm;

Buy-in to the Hawk-Eye ethic of hard work and going the extra mile to deliver a world-class service to our customers;

Excel in both individual and team environments.
Pay rate
£25,950 per annum (bonus up to 10%, plus package)


Contact Information

London, UK