Audio Visual Technician responsibilities include setting up and adjusting audio-visual equipment, performing routine maintenance, and assisting in editing tapes. Works with producers/directors on design, testing, installation and positioning of equipment and props for live events or meetings. Being an Audio Visual Technician maintains accurate record of equipment inventory and troubleshoots equipment problems. May require an associate degree or its equivalent. Additionally, Audio Visual Technician typically reports to a supervisor or manager. The Audio Visual Technician gains or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. Works under moderate supervision. To be an Audio Visual Technician typically requires 1-3 years of related experience or may have 0 years of experience or additional training, or certification.
Audio Visual Technician Job Description Template
Our company is looking for a Audio Visual Technician to join our team.
- Accurately quote for technical equipment and labour in accordance with technical charges;
- On-site technical support and operation of events;
- Point of contact for audio visual and technical services provided for events across the University;
- Providing technical assistance, direction and services to clients when required;
- Set up, operation and pack down of a broad range of technical equipment at a diverse range of events including student events, and conferences.
- Troubleshooting skills;
- Preferably with at least one (1) to two (2) years’ experience in audio visual technology or any job title with similar functions;
- Audio and visual system knowledge;
- Oral and written communication skills;
- Team Player;
- Client management skills;
- Organizational skills;
- Flexibility to work long shifts and overnight.