Audio/Visual Systems Coordinator

The Audio Visual Systems Coordinator coordinates the production of assigned Residential Life programs, with specific emphasis on venues and events in On Campus Housing facilities. Incumbent assumes technical and operational authority and responsibility for audio/visual and live event technologies on behalf of Residential Life. This includes performing maintenance on equipment such as electrical control boards, stage rigging, and power tools. Incumbent also provides strategic recommendations and project management for a variety of initiatives, and assists with coordination of the staging of public events, stage crews and related personnel. Incumbent must possesses advanced knowledge of professional and consumer A/V technology, including integrated venue controls (Crestron/Extron).

Percentage of Time:
100

Shift Start:
8:00 am

Shift End:
5:00 pm

Qualifications for Position

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Qualifications

Required/Preferred

Experience working with live sound reinforcement systems including digital and analog mixers.

Required

Demonstrated proficiency with both Mac and PC personal computers and with standard office applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

Required

Demonstrated ability to operate a wide range of consumer and professional audio‐visual equipment.

Required

Ability to program & troubleshoot digital and analog audio‐visual systems and equipment. Assess & perform needed repairs, debugging, or reprogramming.

Required

Demonstrated proficiency in analyzing the technical needs of a variety of events.

Required

Ability to supervise student technicians and other student employees.

Required

Ability to initiate and maintain cooperative working relationships and act professionally in a diverse university work setting.

Required

Ability to work harmoniously and as a team player, thrive in a team‐based environment, and skill in fostering teamwork among others.

Required

Ability to independently prioritize assignments and complete work successfully in a timely manner.

Required

Outstanding organizational skills to manage multiple projects and perform efficiently and courteously in a fast‐paced environment with conflicting priorities and frequent distractions and interruptions.

Required

Ability to summarize complex information concisely and accurately to diverse stakeholders.

Required

Excellent oral and written communication skills to communicate verbally and in writing.

Required

Ability to lift and carry up to 30 lbs.

Required

Ability to work within fluctuating hours that sometimes include evenings and weekends.

Required

Valid California Driver’s License and ability to operate a University motor vehicle in the course of job duties (responsibilities require incumbent to drive to various locations on campus).

Required

Familiarity with media servers (Resolume Arena or similar); digital audio workstations DAW (Logic Pro, Ableton Live 9 Suite, and similar); projection mapping (Mad Mapper or similar); theatrical dimming and controls (ETC Element or similar).

Preferred

Crestron Digital Media and CTS Certification.

Preferred

Familiarity with Crestron, BSS Soundwave, and Extron control systems.

Required

Additional Posting Information

Bargaining Unit:
TX-Systemwide Technical

Application Deadline:
07-30-2022