Audio Visual Job Description

Audio Visual Job Description

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Audio visual provides on-site audio/visual support for live events, including audio mixing, video matrix switching, user training and software/presentation assistance in a large venue environment.

Audio Visual Duties & Responsibilities

To write an effective audio visual job description, begin by listing detailed duties, responsibilities and expectations. We have included audio visual job description templates that you can modify and use.

Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Evaluates equipment problems and performs minor repairs on both lighting audio-visual equipment
Assist with all events AV needs, ranging from twenty-minute slideshow presentations to large parties with live music and video
Responsibilities may include operation of briefing computers, projectors or other audiovisual equipment in conjunction with video teleconferencing services
Detailed knowledge of a wide range of audio visual (slides, sound mixers, amplifiers speakers, playback systems, compact disc systems)
Ensure compliance with configuration management and change management processes and practices Maintain and manage all AV/VTC control systems and audio processor software, system drawings, and other documentation in support of engineering design
Managing all public monitors and audio outside of conference rooms (lobby, team areas)
Supporting the KC video conference capabilities, operation and training, while IT owns the actual hardware/software and telephonics
Extensive familiarity audio visual systems and functionality
Work with project managers and contractors to ensure successful rollouts of new locations, and configure new AV equipment on-site as needed
Review and submit comments on the AV designs, drawings and specifications for upcoming locations

Audio Visual Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Audio Visual

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: CTS, IAT, AMX, AV, DMC, DSP, PC, NVX, DM, ICIA

Education for Audio Visual

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the audio visual job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and High School Degree in Education, Theatre Arts, Technical, Computer Science, Engineering, Technology, Video, Associates, Communication, Communications

Skills for Audio Visual

Desired skills for audio visual include:

Technical theory
Using MS Office Suite
Audio visual equipment in a hotel environment
Audio visual equipment in a live show environment
Audio visual hardware and software
Lighting and Rigging equipment

Desired experience for audio visual includes:

Background in corporate conference room technology, VC, screening room equipment
Background and certifications in Crestron and or other integration hardware
Comfortable working with Mac OS, Windows, Google Apps
Ability to configure hardware such as VC codecs, processors, transmitters, receivers, etc
Update and maintain AV hardware and software system standards for all locations
Develop budgets, projecting long term projects costs, ROI, negotiating technology contracts and maintenance agreements

Audio Visual Examples


Audio Visual Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for an audio visual. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for audio visual
  • Maintain technical and operating procedure documentation
  • Working knowledge of all appropriate auxiliary equipment, cables, connectors, to support scheduled meetings
  • Train A/V Technicians in troubleshooting, support, and escalation processes educate non-technical business users
  • Lead and mentor A/V Technicians during shows and assist leadership with higher level issues
  • Schedule and monitor overhead and outlet music systems and assist outlets with the creation of custom music
  • Deliver and set up AV equipment, if required, consisting of portables projectors, TV/Flat Panel/DVD/VTC carts, to support the other team room and conference rooms throughout the Reston Town Center campus
  • Tracks AV disbursement, supplies and usage and communicates to his/her manager any potential problems or needs
  • May be required to attend meetings, and fill in as the AV Manager, when the said manager is on vacation, or otherwise absent
  • Other than basic troubleshoot and repair, any component/equipment replacement requirements are coordinated with his/her immediate supervisor for action
  • Maintain and update the VTC architecture, to include a graphical representation, and document them in accordance with configuration management processes
Qualifications for audio visual
  • Creatively develops and sets tactical direction for the global AV team
  • Interacts regularly with business partners to provide simplified AV solutions
  • Experience with unified communication platforms
  • Must be able to climb stairs to the roof
  • Thorough knowledge of HTML
  • Works nights, weekends, holidays, split shifts, early mornings and late nights

Audio Visual Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for an audio visual. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for audio visual
  • Complete understanding of Audio Video installation, construction techniques structured cabling and low voltage systems
  • Experience programming IPbased products with an understanding of computer networking
  • Provide access to the architectures in a format that can be modified by the Government
  • Develop and maintain AV/VTC C&A products for connection approvals and DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP)/Risk Management Framework (RMF), Interim Authority to Operate (IATO), and Authority to Operate (ATOs) IAW DoD directives
  • Engineer, design, program, integrate existing, and install new AV/VTC systems
  • Submit AV/VTC designs and project schedule in a timely manner to the Government for review and approval in accordance with government priorities
  • Coordinate changes to the design with the Government prior to implementation
  • Develop and maintain documentation that includes but is not limited to system drawings, parts breakdown with price estimates, touch panel layouts, requirements documentation in a repository, circuit actions, comprehensive test plans, and completion schedules
  • Conduct acceptance tests with the Government representative to ensure proper operation of the system/facility in accordance with the approved project schedule
  • Provide technical assistance to the Test Lab in the development and testing of new or modified equipment
Qualifications for audio visual
  • Minimum of 2 years field experience providing AV/VTC support
  • Ensure asset configuration management processes are followed
  • Support the integration of the DISA-provided collaboration tool, currently Defense Collaboration Services (DCS), into existing AV/VTC systems
  • Supporting and maintaining wireless devices may consist of providing accessories, deploying/pushing applications, changing features, modifying operation system software
  • Supports and helps maintain enterprise services used to receive corporate email and PIM (calendar, contacts, ) information to wireless devices
  • These duties may consist of answering questions, providing accessories, deploying/pushing applications, changing features, modifying operation system software

Audio Visual Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an audio visual. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for audio visual
  • Actively participate in improving existing AV standards, including through directly feedback as well the coordination of indirect feedback o the Director and Manager of Audio Visual services, the Member Technology and Network Engineering teams
  • Research and develop new AV solutions in coordination with other members of the Audio Visual team
  • Maintain database of equipment that tracks history, and usage of equipment, including repair/maintenance/installation information
  • Managing all conference room AV configuration, design and operation
  • Being responsible for conference room upkeep, cleanliness and white board maintenance
  • Supporting the KC office music effort and program, shared with IT responsibility for the network connection
  • After basic troubleshoot and repair, any component/equipment replacement requirements, as AV Supervisor, will be determined and the decision will be coordinated with the AV Manager
  • Primary interaction point between MGL businesses, Technology and Guest Relations for all Collaborative technologies in meeting rooms and event spaces
  • Working direct with key businesses and stakeholders, reviewing and providing technical oversight and management of VIP and large events across the campus
  • Work with AV support vendors globally, ensuring consistent service delivery and standardised processes, assisting with ongoing vendor management
Qualifications for audio visual
  • Nine years related experience
  • Proven track record of providing timely problem resolution
  • Ability to learn sharing training knowledge with others
  • One year experience in the audio/visual field
  • Knowledge of video and graphics systems, signal types and installations
  • The candidate must possess an InfoComm Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification

Audio Visual Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an audio visual. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for audio visual
  • Manage and train the Campus Audio Visual team
  • Project Manager for audio visual projects- coordinate with outside contractors and vendors
  • Management of the vendor delivered AV On Site Support teams (OSS) in Sydney, New York and London
  • Ensure the team proactively monitors and conducts daily tests of all collaborative technologies in meeting rooms to ensure high availability of systems
  • Manage and develop contingencies for all AV systems
  • Understand and comply with all Tech Assist support procedures and standards including Change and Incident Management
  • Identify and recommend AV room upgrades when necessary
  • Establish and maintain effective daily communication channels with the Workplace Technology team to ensure that all client requirements are communicated and actioned
  • Report on the effectiveness of instructional technology equipment trials in the LINK and elsewhere on West Campus and provide recommendations for introduction of new instructional technologies to general use within Arts & Sciences
  • You will be required to work with minimal supervision in your area of responsibility, and you may be accountable for defined parts of design projects
Qualifications for audio visual
  • Must have basic computer skills with an emphasis on graphics (Cyhron software and hardware and the ability to build graphics is a plus)
  • An understanding of technical set up documentation such as stage plots, lighting plots, audio plots, patch sheets, gel cut list, cable bundle list
  • You should have demonstrable evidence of typically around 5 years’ experience of working in a project management role, ideally with experience in education projects (schools, higher education, and further education)
  • Work experience within hospitality operations
  • Must be flexible to full-fill 7 days a-week
  • Competency in setting-up Audio-Visual equipment

Audio Visual Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an audio visual. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for audio visual
  • You will need to represent your team or area at internal meetings and you may be responsible for organising events, activities or small internal business projects
  • You will be responsible for teaching others how to do things and ensuring that deadlines are met
  • Transparent, seamless handoff of newly deployed UC applications and services to the IT Network Operations Center
  • Ensuring review and acceptance of new UC technology into production
  • Training, documentation, infrastructure diagrams and vendor/workgroup workflow escalation processes
  • Ability to read/interpret plans & specifications
  • Understanding of electric circuits and wiring in low voltage applications
  • Experience or basic understanding of test equipment related to this field
  • Familiarity with Crestron, Extron, AMX type control systems
  • Proficient in hand/power tools, wiring/cabling and terminations including soldering
Qualifications for audio visual
  • 4+ years’ experience in PC and Audio Visual and Videoconferencing support, Bachelor’s Degree, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience
  • Customer obsession– It is vital that the lead has a total dedication to positive customer outcomes and that they instil this attitude throughout the team
  • Leadership and management skills -previous experience managing staff and developing careers is key
  • Excellent personal presentation, confidence working with senior executives
  • Some understanding of technology infrastructure (networks, servers, etc)
  • Monitor direct reports and set objectives ensuring they are being met and achieved

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