Disney Work From Home Jobs $20/Hour

Job Description:

Disney Work From Home Jobs $20/Hour, The Remote Operations Specialist will be responsible for assisting in the oversights, planning, and executing of the technical management of a Remote Operations sports category (ies) and other special projects as deemed necessary throughout the year. Provides technical support to the productions and operations groups in planning and accomplishing all remote assignments.

Post Name Remote Ops Specialist
Company Name Disney
Expected Salary USD 17 To USD 20 Per Hour
Address Work From Home, United States


  • Assists in conducting technical surveys for upcoming events (travels to locations to determine technical requirements and obstacles), determines the feasibility of production requirements, the crew size, equipment needs, schedules, and approximate costs of such remote originations.
  • Assumes the leadership role in complex tasks and processes that can have a material influence on the outcomes of assigned remote events.
  • Works with Operations Specialist to provide Remote Operations and Programming Finance with cost information pertaining to remote technical elements.
  • Assists with the RFP process and guidelines for vendor contracts.
  • Helps provide technical CAD drawings to depict the technical signal flow of a remote television broadcast.
  • Keeps accurate records and approves all crew time and/or travel time while on location.
  • Helps to supervise the installation, operation, teardown, manpower, and maintenance of the technical equipment.
  • Advises production personnel and the Operations Producers of technical costs and options as situations arise.
  • Acts as the safety supervisor in accordance with OSHA and insurance regulations.
  • Works closely with organizing bodies on the design and implementation of technical processes of each show/event.

Basic Requirements:

  • Has awareness of developments in equipment technology and procedures.
  • Has knowledge of the organization, procurement, and financial and logistical skills relating to show creation.
  • Has knowledge of computer training and how it relates to the new technical equipment utilized on remote events.
  • Has knowledge of electronics and s in broadcasting in the video, audio, RF, lighting, videotape, and maintenance areas.
  • Minimum 8 years of broadcast experience, primarily field technician.
  • Working knowledge of High Definition between remote operations and studio operations.
  • Proficient with WORD, EXCEL, POWER POINT, and VISIO computer programs.
  • Understanding of the principles of television electronics including
    • HD and SD formats
    • Video Acquisition
    • Media recording and management
    • Transmission methods
    • Signal routing
    • Television audio and communication systems
    • IP systems
  • Has an understanding of the procurement aspects of the technical equipment needed to carry out live broadcasts.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and manage people effectively.
  • Ability to troubleshoot problems and provide efficient and effective solutions on site.
  • Leadership ability is required.
  • Willingness to travel as required.

Basic Education:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Technical school or engineering courses specializing in electronics or radio/TV.
Industry Private
Education Required High School Diploma
Schedule Type Full Time
Work Hours 8 Hours

About Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution:

Comprised of the Company’s international business units and various direct-to-consumer streaming services, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (DMED) aligns technology, media distribution, and advertising sales into a single business segment to create and deliver personalized entertainment experiences to consumers around the world.

About The Walt Disney Company:

The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with the following business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products, and interactive media.

From humble beginnings as a cartoon studio in the 1920s to its preeminent name in the entertainment industry today, Disney proudly continues its legacy of creating world-class stories and experiences for every member of the family. Disney’s stories, characters, and experiences reach consumers and guests from every corner of the globe.

With operations in more than 40 countries, our employees and cast members work together to create entertainment experiences that are both universally and locally cherished.

This position is with Disney Streaming Technology LLC, which is part of a business we call Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.

Disney Streaming Technology LLC is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status.

Disney fosters a business culture where ideas and decisions from all people help us grow, innovate, create the best stories, and be relevant in a rapidly changing world.

Interview Questions:

  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. How did you learn about this job?
  3. What do you know about this company?
  4. What are your biggest strengths?
  5. What are some of your weaknesses?
  6. Where do you want to be in five years?
  7. What are your salary expectations?
  8. How do you collaborate with others?
  9. How would your last employer describe you?
  10. What motivates you to perform your job duties?
  11. How has your education prepared you for this career?
  12. What is your process for creating a training program?
  13. How could you apply the skills from your last roles to this position?
  14. What is your experience using e-learning software and tools?
  15. What aspects of training are the most challenging for you?
  16. What parts of training employees do you find the most rewarding?
  17. What do you think are the most important skills for a training specialist?
  18. Do you work well under pressure?