Join Our Team!

With the joining of Live Media Group Holdings/Live Mobile Group, TNDV Television and Harb Production Services, Live Media Group Holdings has become a powerhouse in the broadcasting industry. We are now the largest mid-level, full-service live production facilities and services provider in the broadcast and live event space. 

We’re taking the industry by storm, and this takes an immense amount of talent – YOURS!  LMG is looking for passionate team members who want to work with the best in the industry and are ready to work hard, grow with the company, and are proud of the skills they bring to our team. 

It’s rewarding to us when we see people grow, take on more responsibility, and reach their true potential.  Whether your passion is client services, engineering, operations, driving or logistics, we can help you achieve your goals doing something you love doing. Check out our current openings below.  If you want a career that offers training, growth and the opportunity to be a force within our industry, then we look forward to having the pleasure of you joining our team!

To apply for positions with LMGH, please download and complete Applications at the bottom of each job description. Driver positions must also download and complete the DOT Driver Application, which is accessible below. Please email your application(s) as PDFs, a current resume and salary history to hr@livemobilegroup.com

FLSA Status: Exempt
Supervisor: Varied
Department: Engineering
Salary: Competitive
Division: Live Mobile Group / Nashville or Remote

The purpose of this position is to manage the daily activities of the mobile unit, assist in engineering training, and provide the normal maintenance activities required for a mobile unit to meet client requirements and operate up to LMGH standards.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work with Engineering management to plan, coordinate and direct engineering projects for mobile units and events.
  • Supervise Mobile Unit Engineers in the repair and maintenance of mobile unit operations.
  • Develop strategies and plans for the Mobile Engineering related to client events.
  • Develop operational efficiencies, cost control strategies, and flexibility for client responsiveness.
  • Pursue and secure the development of new technologies by manufacturers and vendors working with Engineering team. 
  • Manage and monitor the mobile unit broadcast engineering operations at remote events when needed.
  • Perform regular cleaning and inventory checks for the mobile unit.  
  • Track and report on equipment and system repair and maintenance status. 
  • Direct the activities of crew members related to the operation of the mobile unit.
  • Follow through on repairs, inventory needs, and updates.
  • Provide on-site client service and technical support.
  • Ensure the smooth workflow of the maintenance group as it relates to the needs of mobile unit operations.
  • Provide technical reports to appropriate departments to ensure equipment needs/issues are met and resolved.
  • Coordinate equipment needs by working closely with Operations and Field Shop(s).
  • Maintain and file the proper expense or other required reports on a designated basis.
  • Work on mobile units in the shop for maintenance, upgrades, etc. as required.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Technical or B.S./Electronics field or Engineering preferred, however various combinations of education and experience will be considered.
  • 5+ years of experience working in television production technology with progressive managerial responsibility.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of technology, equipment, facilities and production for major commercial and cable television networks.
  • Supervisory experience required; including project coordination, sales support and other related activity.
  • Must be able to interface and communicate well with both clients and staff.  
  • Ability to interface with clients and provide a high level of service and support.
  • Excellent communication skills, attention to details and the ability to multi-task in high pressure situations.
  • Must be willing and able to lift/push/pull up to 50 lbs., and willing to seek assistance for anything over 50 lbs. (should not seek to do over 50 lbs. without assistance).
  • Must be willing and able to travel – travel is required throughout the year.

Supervisor: VP Engineering
Department: Engineering / Nashville location
Salary: Competitive
Division: Live Mobile Group 

The purpose of this position is to serve as liaison and principal technical lead between the sales team and the engineering/operations teams. Specifically monitoring project requirements on a hardware and staffing level, the Project Engineer will have familiarity with LMG fleet capabilities for all mobile units, flypacks and available inventory for each and every project on the LMG calendar. Communication of day to day changes for scheduled events between the teams is the responsibility of the Project Engineer. The Project Engineer will work to create and update accurate pack lists for each event and manage equipment rentals when needed for events to ensure all technical requirements are in place prior to specific events.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Work with the EVP and VP Engineering and Operations, to review technical requirements needed for events when bids are being constructed.
  • Once an event is sold/firmed, manages the equipment/technical requirements and staffing levels required for each event working directly with staff and clients.
  • Work with the sales representatives to assist in designing special or unusual shows in which the client needs extra technical design assistance.
  • Act as the principal technical bridge, problem solver and coordinating resource between truck engineers, client and sales manager for events, managing the events once they are confirmed.
  • Assist with the accuracy of event pack lists and crew assignments for mobile television units and fly packs used for remote TV events
  • Assist with tracking technical project details on show sheets and within File Maker Pro
  • Supervise rental of additionally required equipment beyond LMG inventory
  • Meet regularly with the VP of Engineering and Operations to review projects and ensure that budgetary targets are met, costs are reduced, human capital is used to full efficiency and there is a continual increase in client satisfaction.
  • Communicate changes to schedules and job requirements to staff in a consistent manner.
  • Supervise invoice adjustments as they pertain to onsite changes such as shipping, overtime, or damages
  • Review EIC reports from each show, addressing mistakes or omissions for reference on future similar shows and work with
  • Engineering and Repairs to ensure repairs are in order and completed in a timely manner so that equipment is repaired efficiently and cost effectively for proper utilization.
  • Review missing and damaged reports post-show for billing and replacement purposes
  • Attend regularly scheduled meetings and conference calls
    As needed, travel to events as necessary or required.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Technical or Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Production, Business or related field desired, however a combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • Experience working with various software programs such as Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, FileMaker Pro, Quickbooks or similar types of software systems.
  • Knowledge of broadcast technology, equipment, facilities, and production for commercial and cable TV networks desirable.
  • Demonstrated skills in professional communication and an ability to interact with a wide range of individuals.
  • Attention to detail, exceptional organizational skills and the ability to multitask and meet deadlines.
  • Although minimal, candidate should be willing and able to travel if required. 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Drive mobile unit to event location(s) as directed by the Operations Coordinators within Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA)/DOT regulations. 
  • Set up, strike, and load the mobile unit in cooperation with Engineers and Technicians.
  • Manage and monitor the mobile unit broadcast engineering operations at remote events working with the Engineer in Charge.
  • Manage and monitor the mobile unit uplink at remote events when required.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and trouble-shooting while executing changes and engineering and/or uplink updates on the mobile unit
  • Perform regular cleaning and inventory checks for the mobile unit and satellite if required.
  • Track and report on equipment and system repair and maintenance status.
  • Direct the activities of crew members related to the operation of the mobile unit when necessary working with the EIC.
  • Follow through on repairs, inventory needs, and updates.
  • Provide on-site client service and technical support.
  • Maintain and file the proper expense reports and technical reports on a per show or other designated basis.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Associates or Technical degree in Electronics or Engineering field preferred.
  • 2 – 5 years’ experience in broadcast engineering or related position, however a combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • At least 1-3 years driving experience preferred.
  • Requires a Class A or Class B CDL License with current FMCSA/DOT Physical Exam Card along with being subject to random drug testing and other required medical exams.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of broadcast technology, equipment, facilities, and production for major commercial and cable television networks.
  • Ability to interface with clients and provide a high level of service and support.
  • Must be willing and able to lift/push/pull up to 50 lbs., and be willing to seek assistance for anything over 50 lbs. (should not seek to do over 50 lbs. without assistance).
  • Must be willing and able to travel – travel is required throughout the year.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Drive mobile unit to event location(s) as directed by the Operations Coordinators within Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA)/DOT regulations. 
  • Set up, strike, and load the mobile unit in cooperation with Engineers and Technicians.
  • Manage and monitor the mobile unit broadcast engineering operations at remote events working with the Engineer in Charge.
  • Manage and monitor the mobile unit uplink at remote events when required.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and trouble-shooting while executing changes and engineering and/or uplink updates on the mobile unit
  • Perform regular cleaning and inventory checks for the mobile unit and satellite if required.
  • Track and report on equipment and system repair and maintenance status.
  • Direct the activities of crew members related to the operation of the mobile unit when necessary working with the EIC.
  • Follow through on repairs, inventory needs, and updates.
  • Provide on-site client service and technical support.
  • Maintain and file the proper expense reports and technical reports on a per show or other designated basis.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Associates or Technical degree in Electronics or Engineering field preferred.
  • 2 – 5 years’ experience in broadcast engineering or related position, however a combination of education and experience will be considered.
  • At least 1-3 years driving experience preferred.
  • Requires a Class A or Class B CDL License with current FMCSA/DOT Physical Exam Card along with being subject to random drug testing and other required medical exams.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of broadcast technology, equipment, facilities, and production for major commercial and cable television networks.
  • Ability to interface with clients and provide a high level of service and support.
  • Must be willing and able to lift/push/pull up to 50 lbs., and be willing to seek assistance for anything over 50 lbs. (should not seek to do over 50 lbs. without assistance).
  • Must be willing and able to travel – travel is required throughout the year.

We may have positions opening up in sales, operations, engineering, and more. Please fill out a general application with your interest(s), and we will have it on file to keep you in mind.

Live Media Group Holdings, LLC and all its divisions is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers employment to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation or physical disability (except where physical or mental abilities are a bona fide occupational requirement. 

Live Media Group Inquiries

818-287-7300

info@lmg-west.co

Live Mobile Group Inquiries

330-542-0900

inquiries@livemobilegroup.com