Radio & Television

Ross Video to hold virtual career fair to fill 100 positions


OTTAWA — Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Ross Video managed to achieve modest growth in 2020, and the company announced today it will hold a virtual career fair on March 30 as it looks to fill approximately 100 vacancies across both technical and commercial positions during 2021.

“The pandemic has been a challenging and painful bump in the road,” said Ross Video CEO David Ross, in a press release, “but we have to see it as a bump rather than an event that disrupts our medium-to-long term plans.”

“We have steadily grown our employee base internationally as we have sought to get closer to our customers and provide them with greater local and regional resource,” added Cathy McCallion, who is responsible for recruitment strategy at Ross. “We’ve opened new facilities and also bolstered our R&D and engineering teams to ensure that we can accelerate the delivery of the next generation of hardware and cloud-based solutions.”

Throughout the pandemic, Ross has launched several new innovative solutions, including the new TouchDrive production switcher, the Ultrix Acuity hyper converged production platform and the Interstellar cloud-based production portal.

“This careers fair will give potential applicants the chance to learn more about our company and our culture,” said McCallion, “as well as showing us what they can bring to Ross as we look to the future and get back on our traditional growth track. We’re really looking forward to meeting everyone at the end of this month, and would encourage possible applicants, in Canada and around the world, to register early.”

For more, please click here. A link to register for the virtual career fair can be found on Ross Video’s home page at www.rossvideo.com.

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