Audio Visual Technician

Ricoh - Atlanta, GA3.5

Full-time
Position Profile

The Audio Visual Engineer is responsible for the coordination and setup of all audio and video services, solutions and equipment including development of new solutions, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and working with AV vendors as applicable.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Design, installation, configuration, monitoring, maintenance and support of all A/V solutions to ensure optimum performance.
Liaison to audio conference and videoconference bridge providers, video duplication, A/V equipment vendors and any other vendors related to A/V needs.
Responsible for duplication and editing of Audio and Video as well as capturing web casts and other streaming media to audio cassette, VHS or DVD.
Responsible for tracking, scheduling and maintaining all portable A/V equipment. (i.e. TV's, VCR's. slide projectors, Elmo's, cameras, overhead projectors, LCD Projectors, screens, podiums, microphones, audio conference units and cassette recorders).
Setup of all A/V needs in support of conferences, or special events.
Maintain, monitor and periodically test the operation of all built in A/V systems conference rooms.
Document and keep current administrative and design manuals for the implementation and maintenance of the A/V network.
Provides quality customer service to all staff and clients.
Responsible for communication, coordination, & back up of other Help Desk members
Qualifications

Typically Required:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Secondary School Degree Preferred
Technical Training & Certifications a plus (i.e.: A+, NETWORK +, MCP, MCSE, MOUS)
Strong communications skills
Good organizational skills
Excellent customer service skills and ability to interact with all levels of employees
Ability to transport, assemble, maintain and repair equipment
Ricoh is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled.