This position will coordinate with faculty and class schedules to ensure maximum up time of all audiovisual equipment. Support setup for users in the classroom and conference rooms. Do regular status checks of all equipment and configurations. Oversee portions of room installations and upgrades performed by outside contractors. Setup and monitor class and conference recordings and live feeds. Format and archive class recordings. Setup video conferencing on both permanent and mobile systems. Help with layout and publishing of digital signage content.
Provides complex electronic classroom support through a variety of methods which may include digitization of materials (text, images, audio, and/or video) to meet the needs of instructors and researchers. Recommends electronic delivery options for various forms of content based on stated needs.
Troubleshoots and supports hardware and software problems that interfere with the creation and/or delivery of content. May consult with faculty on different approaches to content based on their goals for instructional use or research.
Maintains a working knowledge of current and emerging modes of digitizing text, images and video for delivery via the Internet. May hire train and supervise student and temporary employees. Performs related responsibilities as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of college coursework and one year of multimedia experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Experience in an instructional technology setting preferred
- CTS certification
- Knowledge of Crestron programming
- Knowledge of video editing
- Experience with audio and video signal switching and processing
- Exton certified
- Crestron certified
- VTC certification
Project management experience