The University of California Hastings College of the Law was founded in 1878 as the law department of the University of California and was the first law school in California. Over the years, it has built a legacy and reputation of being a preeminent institution comprised of renowned faculty committed to the study of legal theory and research, preparing students for careers in the judicial system, public service, and industry.
The College is redefining legal education through an experiential, interdisciplinary, and international approach to the law. By integrating rigorous academics with hands-on practice, the College is preparing its graduates to tackle the legal challenges - and leverage the opportunities - of the 21st century.
Under the supervision of the Deputy CIO, the Instructional Technology Engineer will provide engineering support to install, troubleshoot, maintain and repair AV/IT related systems in classrooms, lecture halls, meeting spaces and other facilities. The applicant will also assist in the installation of AV/IT systems and related equipment across the UC Hastings campus.
Required duties include, but are not limited to, rapidly respond to classrooms, lecture halls and meeting spaces for immediate troubleshooting, repair and/or training necessary to assist with the presentation of multimedia materials. This may include projection systems, audio systems, annotation systems, podium systems, customized classroom technology control systems, video conferencing systems, A/V routing switches, etc. In addition, the incumbent will educate and assist the user community with such systems' functionality and use and routinely make decisions to minimize system downtime.
Typical duties and responsibilities consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
Provides daily support and advice to members of the law school community in the use of instructional technology resources
Installs, tests and debugs new campus AV/IT systems as necessary to fully commission various types of AV/IT systems; the candidate is also responsible for the technical quality and accuracy of installed systems
Provides set up, testing, operating and tear down services of AV equipment; (e.g. projection systems, computers, microphones, video cameras, audio systems and operation of integrated AV systems)
Assists in the future design of classrooms and interactive learning spaces, conference rooms and public areas of the school
Works with consultants, integrators and vendors of hardware and or/software products to evaluate and troubleshoot third party products and services
Education and Experience:
Minimum of 3 years of experience in AV installation
Bachelor’s degree preferred
CTS certified required; CTS-I certified a plus
OSHA 10 or 30 certified a plus
Understanding of IP networks
Familiarity with Extron, AMX, Crestron and Audio Mixers/DSP Systems
Some Crestron preferred: DM-NVX/NVX-N, XiO Cloud, Toolbox, CTI - P101 or greater
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Knowledge of data projection systems, audio systems, computer systems, switching and control systems, and associated multimedia equipment
Experience and skill to quickly and independently troubleshoot, repair, maintain and install many different types of AV/IT equipment
Skills to use schematics to wire equipment racks, display devices, control systems and associated equipment
Skills to safely install data projectors, flat panel monitors, racks, and other A/V equipment
Ability to interpret architectural, electrical and mechanical drawings, including knowledge to work with and interpret architectural drawings and schematics
Basic knowledge of electronic theory, practical system designs, analog and digital circuitry
Ability to test completed systems fully for both engineering specifications and operational functionality
Problem solving and critical thinking skills to diagnose problems and determine steps necessary to an efficient and effective solution
Knowledge of PC and Mac computers and commonly used software such as Microsoft Office and AV equipment configuration software
Knowledge of electronic theory, practical system designs, analog and digital circuitry
Skills to communicate and interact with both faculty and staff in a manner that is consistent with accepted industry and college standards
Ability to quickly adjust to changing priorities, support multiple projects at the same time, meet deadlines and work under minimum supervision
Health and Welfare Benefits
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance coverage
Flexible Spending Accounts for transportation-related, healthcare and dependent care expenses
Employee Assistance Program
For your Financial Future
Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Legal Insurance
University of California Retirement Plan (defined benefit)
Failure to provide the information as required on the application form and to include a resume shall immediately disqualify an applicant from employment consideration. This position has been designated as "sensitive" and requires a pre-employment background check.
UC Hastings College of the Law is an Equal Opportunity Employer