Under general supervision, support multimedia presentation technology systems and infrastructure and provide oversight of technology support of campus events. Participate in the design, development, programming and other tasks related to the implementation and operational integrity of multimedia presentation systems in meeting rooms, classrooms and other learning environments. Service, maintain, and repair a variety of instructional technical systems and equipment in compliance with industry and departmental standards. Provide technical expertise, training, and support to CTS staff, other UITS units, and campus departments. Meet with campus and external customers to determine technology needs for events and ensure staff are appropriately scheduled to provide support of events. Participate in the evaluation of emerging technologies/trends and make recommendations for new and lifecycle replacement initiatives.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree in related field and some experience with audio/video equipment, presentation systems and computer hardware.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Thorough knowledge of multimedia systems including multimedia and video equipment installation and maintenance. Solid digital and analog electronics foundation. Operational, diagnostic, and maintenance skills for video and audio systems.
Ability to work well in a team environment while also able to work independently to ensure projects are completed in a timely manner. Excellent communication skills and strong customer service attitude with the ability to interact with people of varying degrees of technical knowledge.
Avixa-CTS (CTS-D, CTS-I) certification, Crestron Programming, Extron Configuration and Dante Audio certifications. Experience with one or more of the following programming tools: XML, HTML, SIMPL, C/C++. Ethernet/TCP IP protocols, Crestron programming tools and Extron Configuration software.
Salary Plan: PAO
Salary Grade: 2IT
Campus: South Bend
Department: VICE PRES INFORMATION TECHNLGY (UA-VPIT-IUSBA)
Internal Number: 75739
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