Provide management and supervision of all audio resources for the School of Film and Television's post production. Provide consultation and technical services relating to post-production audio to SFTV students, staff and faculty.
Typically a Bachelor's Degree in electronic or communications / Recording Arts Engineering.
A minimum of five years of varied and progressively more responsible duties in the recording arts, engingeering or television industry.
Thorough knowledge of studio audio equipment, proper use, safety factors, wiring and construction; maintenance, repair and servicing procedures, audio mixing software (Pro Tools) and familiarity with this equipment in operation.
Good organizing ability. Ability to train students in various procedures; diagnose causes of electronic, software and mechanical malfunctions within audio recording systems. Repair and service various kinds of sound equipment; install and troubleshoot new equipment as required; perform regular maintenance.
Skills in communicating abstract ideas and practical information with faculty, staff, and students; proficiency in design and construction of custom audio equipment and patching systems, audio amplifiers and other audio engineering tasks as needed.
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