Audio Visual Technician

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Summary

The Audio Visual (AV) Technician is responsible for installation, maintenance, and support of visual information facilities and equipment, to support USMA at West Point and its directorates and organizations who own and operate over 400 classrooms and meeting rooms.

Responsibilities
  • Support the approach to be taken and equipment needed for visual presentations.
  • Develop and deploy prototype audio visual equipment and systems.
  • Respond to visual information requirements that encompass, but are not limited to computer projection, TV displays, graphics projections, special effects graphics, and limited telephone equipment.
  • Install, maintain, and support of all AV equipment, including the maintenance and integration into USMA networks and systems as required.
  • Maintain and install audio systems for the classrooms and meeting rooms.
  • Accomplish the required preventative maintenance according to manufacture recommendations.
  • Manage the warrantee, replacement, and repair of AV equipment and service to support classroom, auditorium, and meeting rooms.
  • Ensure the proper movement of equipment to guard against damage.
  • Move and/or set-up audio visual equipment.
  • As required operate audio-visual equipment.
  • Inspect equipment to detect possible malfunctions and assure regularly scheduled maintenance is performed at proper intervals.
  • Perform installation and local operator maintenance on all audiovisual, video teleconferencing, and recording equipment.
  • Make minor adjustments and diagnoses simple malfunctions to expedite the repair process.
  • Arrange for pick up or on-site repair of major problems.
  • Support training and/or provide equipment for others to train in the operation of audio-visual projection equipment.
  • Support training on use of AV equipment that may include sketches, pictures, transparencies, projector parts, and demonstration methods to instruct in all phases of operation.
  • Prepare various hand out material.
  • Maintain follow-up to assist in on-the-job problems and evaluate effectiveness of training.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Must possess an AVIXA certification
  • Must obtain CompTIA Security+ certification within 90 days of start date
  • Background check required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Knowledge of, use, and maintenance requirements for a wide range of audio-visual equipment ability to instruct functional users in use of equipment.
  • Work requires physical exertion to set up audio-visual equipment and to disassemble same. This work may require use of ladders, lifts, and accessing tight spaces for installation and maintenance of equipment. Also, various audio-visual equipment must be loaded/unloaded to set up for events. The contracted technician must be able to physically perform these tasks.

Executive Order 13495, The Non Displacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts provide first right of refusal to incumbents on contracts. If the position is accepted by the incumbent on the job, other application/resume of non-incumbents will not be reviewed.

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