Audio Visual Technician
The employee services audio and visual equipment that receives daily use, and which must be maintained in good working condition. The work is performed according to manufacturers' technical manuals and standard service practices of the electronics technician trade. An experienced worker in this position initiates his/her own daily assignments, follows through on matters, and uses independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations.
* Diagnoses audio and visual equipment problems using reference manuals
* Tests equipment using volt ohm meters, oscilloscope, frequency meters, and replaces defective audio and visual equipment components (on-site and in-shop bench work)
* Diagnoses and repairs equipment including: VCRs; Interactive white boards, TVs; audio tape recorders; record players; LCD projectors; CD players; digital cameras; projector screens; headphones; and listening stations
* Diagnoses school building public address and intercom system problems; repairs or replaces defective components
* Sets up audio systems for programs and events
* Designs, installs, diagnosis, and repairs MATV systems, classroom audio/visual systems and audio systems for auditoriums, gyms and athletic fields
* Maintains records of equipment repairs and inventory of parts
* Performs related work as required
Graduation from high school, and completion of training in electronic equipment repair; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the following knowledge, abilities, and skills:
* Knowledge of the methods and practices of audio visual repair work; and of the tools, equipment and materials used in the trade
* Ability to perform skilled audio visual equipment repairs; to use the tools, equipment, and materials of the trade safely and efficiently; to communicate effectively; to work cooperatively with others
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or tools; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, see, talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, climb, kneel, crouch or bend and may be required to lift up to approximately 45 pounds.