Master Audiovisual Technician
Principal Duties & Responsibilities
This position is primarily responsible for the daily support and maintenance of all college audiovisual equipment. It is also responsible for leading the college's long term and short term audiovisual planning efforts, providing end-users with training and assistance as required, and providing some limited video recording and editing. Responsible for demonstrating LSCC's core value of Service Excellence; respect, competence, responsiveness, and collaboration, in all interactions.
Position reports to CIO.
Incumbent supervises: assigned temporary staff & student assistants
- Supports, delivers, sets up, operates, maintains and repairs audiovisual technology in the class and meeting rooms. May also be required to occasionally deliver, setup and operate portable A/V equipment
- Leads the college's long term and short-term audiovisual planning efforts, and provides end-users with training and assistance as required.
- Support faculty and staff with video requests including special events, classes and sporting events. Examples include, but are not limited to; Foundation's Annual Gala, Foundation's Alumni Hall of Fame, and College Graduation Events.
- Facilitate on-campus/remote campus video conferences, including college-streaming services.
- Maintains good maintenance and inventory records on A/V equipment, and performs minor repairs and preventative maintenance as needed.
- Evaluates audio-visual equipment for replacement or repair.
- Install, maintain, and troubleshoot college security camera system.
- Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required
Associate in Arts or Associate in Science preferred. In lieu of degree and certifications, consideration can be given for extra recent years of experience as approved by the President.
Extron AV Associate certification is required.
Two to five years of audio/visual technical support experience is required. Knowledge of video and audio presentation equipment, some understanding of television station operations/equipment, experience with multi-media/distance learning equipment, video production and editing and video and satellite conferencing.
Knowledge of Audio/Visual equipment, TV Studio equipment, computer graphics tools and programs and procedures in all phases of media and communications. Ability to communicate effectively. Ability to exercise important human relations skills in establishing and maintaining positive effective working relations with students, faculty, staff and the general public. Must possess good organizational skills. Ability to demonstrate the four College Service Excellence Standards of respect, competence, responsiveness, and collaboration when interacting with students, employees, visitors, and community members. This position requires the employee to own and use a personal communication device (cell phone) for successful job performance.