SENIOR AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (OPS)
SENIOR AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (OPS)Job Description:
40% Responsible for implementing and maintaining the successful operations of audio visual (AV) aspects of DW undergraduate course offerings for both on-campus and online students. Ensures that all equipment is operating properly and prepared for classes in advance of each scheduled session. Records and streams live class sessions in UF Canvas, records raw audio and video via SSD recording device, operates cameras and video switching board to provide online students with the most relevant feed, and ensures that each class session has proper audio levels and video feeds. Notates student attendance for both on-campus and online students during each class session. Assists the instructor with setup of laptop or other equipment upon arrival, including support with wireless microphone(s) and testing of transmission quality. During classes, monitors online discussion board and responds to any student inquiries. Ensures that the operational space is locked and unlocked when necessary, is presentable before, in-between, and after classes, and ensures all equipment is properly secured.
25% Updates production graphics as needed and curates all classroom recording data storage on server. Makes any necessary edits to recorded content in Adobe Premiere, renders, and posts online for online students within 48 hours of each class session.
25% Assists with AV systems maintenance and support, identifying problems or anomalies and recommending appropriate solutions.
5% Supports the smooth operations of the DW lab sessions, ensuring all software and equipment needed is kept up to date as requested by Supervisor.
5% Other AV support duties and functions as assigned.Advertised Salary:
Commensurate with experience.Minimum Requirements:
A high school diploma and one year of appropriate experience. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience. A firm understanding of Adobe Premiere Pro and Microsoft Office products. Problem-solving skills, reliability, the ability to work independently, and effective communication skills are necessary for this position.Preferred Qualifications:
In addition to all minimum qualifications: Experience in areas of live video production, specifically use of Pan Tilt Zoom cameras and live video mixing. Experience and knowledge of anolog or digital live audio mixing. Ability to understand and follow audio and/or video signal path flow, or routing. A firm understanding of Adobe Premiere Pro, with Adobe After Effects and Illustrator as a plus. Experience with learning management systems and video conferencing software.Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applications must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. of the posting end date.Health Assessment Required: No