A leading provider of audio visual commercial collaboration technology solutions is seeking an Audio Visual Field Engineer in New York, NY to service Manhattan.
What is an Audio Visual Field Engineer?
The Field Engineer is a mid-level technician with experience in system installation, cabling, wiring and troubleshooting audio visual systems or IT networks that has a keen attention to detail and a growing passion for the development of software solutions for control or sound processing. In addition the Field Engineer will assist with control systems programming and debugging working closely with the Lead Programmer, Project Manager, Project Engineer and technicians.
Does this sound right up your alley? If yes, read on!
Field Installation, cabling, wiring and troubleshooting of audio visual systems as well as IT data networks.
Program and configure audio visual equipment such AMX, Crestron and Extron control systems including DSPs, matrix mixers, switchers and codec's.
Commission Audio Visual systems by testing control systems post install and verifying quality standards are being realized.
Create and review semantic designs using AutoCad
Create and review material lists and checklists for proper installation
Program and configure systems with consultant driven designs as well as developing designs from scratch from client requirements
Interface with consultants, vendors, general contractors, electrical contractors and other partners
Constantly interact with Project Managers, Sales Engineers, Field Engineers, and Technicians
Required Skills and Experience
At least 2-3 years experience in audio visual system installation, cabling, wiring and troubleshooting audio visual systems as well as IT data networks.
At least two years of programming or commissioning experience in the professional commercial audio/video integration industry required.
Ability to create WLANs for wireless communication of devices.
Experience with Crestron and/or AMX programming systems required.
Basic programming experience including debuging applications in the field in each of the software languages standard for the industry, namely Crestron & AMX as well as Graphical user interface adjustments as directed in the field.
Preferred certification, knowledge and understanding of Polycom, Tandberg, Crestron, BiAmp, AMX, BSS and/or ClearOne software **On the job training provided for the right candidate if necessary**
Preferred experience reading, understanding and explaining CAD functional, riser, and architectural drawings
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