Department: Law Administration Salary/Grade: EXS/5
Manages all law school audio/visual repair, renewal and replacement projects. Oversight management of (1) Audio/Visual Coordinator position. Supports all faculty, staff and student needs regarding audio/video technology at the law school. Conducts daily review of classrooms and event spaces. Responds to audio/visual hotline calls. Places audio/visual equipment in law school spaces as needed. Coordinates consistency in classroom/event space appearance and functionality, including coordinating with university Central Facilities Management and outside vendors to implement repairs. Conducts training on academic technologies for faculty and staff as needed. Interacts with Central Facilities Management, Law School IT, NUIT, University Police, the law schools in-house copy center and external vendors and contractors.
Target hiring range for this position will be between $49,850 - $67,595 per year. Offered salary will be determined by the applicants education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities, as well as internal equity and alignment with market data.
Budget & Financial:
Participates in determination of budget including fiscal resource allocation of appropriated, discretionary, endowment &/or gift revenues.
Establish budget for A/V system repair/replacement.
Facilities & Safety:
Works with management to assign staff &/or faculty space including appropriate FM refresh/renovation & furniture purchase.
Coordinates set up of furniture, data & phone lines.
Brings requests for building & space improvements to attention of management.
Respond to support calls, e-mails, and requests regarding the placement of A/V technology in classrooms and event spaces; address technical problems.
Provide assistance and recommend solutions to department staff and faculty regarding the use of classroom technology. Provide training on use of smart classroom technology; develop, maintain, and update training materials for smart classroom elements.
Acts as liaison to IT to ensure technology systems are properly installed & maintained.
Install software and basic hardware in classrooms/event spaces in coordination with Law IT and Central IT.
Coordinate repair of A/V technology in classrooms/event spaces to include notifying IT and the Law School community about temporary equipment outages, scheduling repair times/room reservations with Law Registrar, and making decisions regarding interim solutions to accommodate/facilitate the teaching process.
Ensure classrooms and event spaces are presentable at all times and suitable for teaching. Work with the appropriate department/external vendors to ensure all classroom repairs are implemented, classroom supplies are in place, A/V equipment is fully functional, classroom computers are operational and loaded with appropriate software and clocks are set to the correct time.
Manage renovation/renewal of Law School A/V components/systems (projects up to $500k). Define project scopes, goals, and resource requirements. Select and delegate project teams responsible for achieving the goals of each project. Manage project communication with law school community and appropriate university and external entities. Deliver project results in a timely manner, within assigned budgets and resources. Review project priorities with law school Assistant Dean of Facilities and Information Technology, architects and contractors.
Responsible for supervision of (1) Audio/Visual Coordinator position, to include development, performance management and training. Ensure professionalism and best practice functional knowledge. Establish development plans for current and future career opportunities.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's or higher degree in a major such as business, accounting or related, OR appropriate combination of education and experience.
1-year administrative experience including budgets, finance, grants, facilities, &/or human resources; or other relevant experience.
Bachelors degree in an analytical field or the equivalent experience in appropriate information technology or A/V support environment.
Working knowledge of Creston control systems.
Preferred Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities)
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Demonstrated experience in operation of presentation/educational audio Visual technology.
Working knowledge of computer hardware and educational Audio Visual technology.
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