Provide support for the installation and maintenance of a/v technologies in campus classroom meeting spaces and other venues. Work collaboratively in a team environment. Assemble and install AV components and wire equipment racks per engineering documentation. Pull terminate, label and test cabling for audio, video, data and control equipment. Correctly and safely mount, test and calibrate equipment to include projectors, screens, monitors, cameras and speakers. Test cabling and equipment to ensure systems are in good working order. Communicate with Lead Technician with status updates identifying issues and resolutions, working with subcontractors and/or third parties as necessary. Serve as backup AV Tech for campus events.
Must have working knowledge of electronics, a/v and computer systems. Ability to solder and construct cables. General trades familiarity. Knowledge of proper operation of power tools. Proficiency in reading and understanding electronic wiring diagrams, technical requirements, and specifications. Strong problem solving skills. Ability to work effectively with clients and coworkers with minimal supervision. Must have effective oral and written communication skills.
Experience supporting a/v technology in meeting spaces, projection systems/display devices, Crestron control systems, switching, routing, interfacing technology, video conferencing and audio conferencing technologies. Ability to install, operate and service most AV equipment and systems.
Work Location: Radford
Posting Number: C00200P
Position Number: C00611
Department: Comp Hdwr-Install & Repair-30010
Application Review Date: 11/15/2019
Internal Number: 7912
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Radford University serves the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation through a wide range of academic, cultural, human service and research programs. Radford University is committed to creating and supporting a highly productive, diverse and qualified workforce. As one of the largest employers in the region, Radford University seeks employees who support teaching, research and the public service mission of the university.