As a streaming operator, you are responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the live streaming process run smoothly. You ensure that the broadcast goes live and runs without interruptions. You monitor the picture and sound quality and ensure that all elements of the stream are correctly embedded.

To work successfully as a streaming operator, you must have in-depth knowledge of using streaming platforms such as YouTube, Twitch, Instagram and Facebook etc. You should also have experience in handling cameras and audio equipment, as you will occasionally have to work with these.

Another important part of your role is to ensure that the live stream starts and ends on time. You should be able to manage the schedule of the stream and ensure that viewers are informed when changes are made to the schedule.

In this position, you will also be responsible for interacting with viewers, e.g. by moderating chat channels or answering questions asked during the stream. It is important that you have a positive attitude and are able to remain calm even in stressful situations.

In summary, the main tasks of a streaming operator are ensuring a smooth broadcast, monitoring the quality of picture and sound, managing the schedule and interacting with the audience. If you have the necessary knowledge and skills to perform these tasks successfully, then the role of streaming operator could be suitable for you.