The Audio-Visual (AV) Integrations Engineer plans and executes enterprise-level AV maintenance, design, and troubleshooting tasks for new and existing AV infrastructure, including developing estimates of probable cost, drafting scope of work documents, developing schematic designs, and creating other design documentation.
The AV Integrations Engineer plans and carries out enterprise level maintenance to address firmware patches, add new features, or modify overall AV architecture. The AV Integrations Engineer provides troubleshooting expertise for networked and digital AV devices. The engineer resolves issues involving TCP/IP networks and network-based AV technologies such as Dante, AVB and video over IP. The engineer works closely with the IT Security Office to support the information security of the AV infrastructure.
The engineer will track and analyze emerging technologies and business needs for AV technology. The engineer will act as liaison with other institutions, campus organizations, vendors and committees. In collaboration with Facilities Engineering the engineer with contribute to design and construction standards and AV system design standards. The engineer performs system verification of new installs, including review and archival of as-built documentation, end-user support documentation, and programming code.
Key responsibilities of the position include:
Service Manager for Integrated AV and Digital Signage services
Mentoring of departmental and university-wide colleagues
Systems administration of Cisco video conferencing infrastructure, Crestron Fusion RV, and Mersive discovery service
Bachelor's degree with a minimum 5 to 7 years of experience in audio-visual system design and project cost estimating or equivalent combination of education and formal training is required.
Experience with CAD and Visio, knowledge of modern construction processes, systems integration project management, and experience with systems procurement is required. Familiarity of ADA requirements as they pertain to audio-visual system design is required.
Understanding of enterprise IP networking, including DNS, DHCP, and subnetting is required. Experience with HDCP and EDID is required.
Avixa CTS-D certification or equivalent combination of experience and training is required. A demonstrated record of strong customer service skills is required. Excellent written and verbal skills are required.
Experience with Biamp and Clearone DSP software programming, Crestron DM Tools, Crestron Fusion RV, Mersive Solstice Dashboard, AxisTV Digital Signage, IPTV solutions, and Cisco video conferencing infrastructure is preferred. Experience with Microsoft SCCM, Active Directory, and configuring SAML authentication is preferred. Experience with, eBuilder, Revit, applying AVIXA Standards, especially ANSI/INFOCOMM 10 System Performance Verification.
Avixa CTS-I is preferred. Networking certification such as CompTIA Network+ or Wireshark Certified Network Analyst (WCNA) is preferred. Professional contacts in the AV industry is preferred. Experience with Design Thinking process is preferred.
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