CAREERS

AudioVisual (AV) Technician

The AudioVisual (AV) Technician will report directly to the Vice President of Operations with USIS AudioVisual Systems. Hours of Operation are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, with one hour lunch break and overtime, as required. USIS AudioVisual Systems is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive salary, employee benefits, 401K plan, industry specific training, and exciting career opportunities for growth and advancement.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ability to accept supervision, direction, and be held accountable for all assignments from Project Managers and Field Engineers, including deliveries, audio visual system installation, and testing
  • Perform troubleshooting, problem solving, and complete Project Engineer’s field punch lists to client acceptance of audiovisual components and integrated systems
  • Coordinate technical, architectural, and construction requirements with Project Managers, Project Engineers, Design Engineers, Sales, and Vice President of Operations
  • Provide routine status reports to Project Managers and Project Engineers
  • Perform field service calls as required for warranty support of completed projects
  • Fabricate and prepare/stage systems for Quality Control (QC) Testing (as applicable)
  • Create, modify, and test audio Digital Signal Processing (DSP) programs (as applicable)
  • Test remote control system programs (as applicable)
  • When required, travel outside metro NY area for job responsibilities. USIS AudioVisual Systems to pay for transportation, hotel, and per diem costs incurred
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and have the ability to pass drug and background screenings
  • Ability to lift up 75 lbs. with or without assistance

Desired Skills:

  • Ability to comprehend signal flow of audiovisual system schematics
  • Familiarity with multimeters and other electronic test meters
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Detail-oriented and collaborative team player
  • Ability to follow process and procedure
  • Computer proficiency with experience in Microsoft Office programs
  • Audiovisual industry certification desired, but not required (InfoComm International CTS or CTS-I)