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Audio-Video Technician

Downey, CA

Posted: 02/08/2023 Job Number: 18999554

Job Description

Position Details Background Checks Yes Position Description An Electronics Communications Technician (ECT) maintains, repairs, tests, configures, and installs fixed, mobile, and portable radio communications and related equipment. ECT s will possess knowledge of the protocols, procedures, techniques, and equipment used to maintain, repair, test, configure, and install fixed, mobile, and portable radio communications and related equipment. Individual assignments may have specialized assignments within functional areas such as fixed and mobile two-way public safety radio; microwave transmission; command and control; and helicopter and light aircraft communications. Skills Required ECT s will frequently lift tools, supplies, and equipment weighing 10 - 25 pounds, and occasionally over 25 pounds. Equipment installation, repair and replacement duties require ECT s to regularly use 6-foot and taller ladders, and perform tasks that require bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, and reaching. Physical dexterity, color perception, and visual acuity are required for working with color-coded wires and cables. Skills Preferred Experience Required This classification requires a minimum of four (4) years of experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of FM radio communications transmitting and receiving equipment. At least one (1) year of that experience must have been at the journey level. Experience Preferred Experience installing, maintaining, repairing, and replacing security cameras, and configuring client workstations related to video surveillance systems. Experience monitoring the operation of security equipment for malfunctions or other system issues. Experience maintaining storage device for archiving video footage. Knowledge downloading footage to external drives to provide to customers, as needed. Experience in installing firmware to cameras and servers when needed for optimal system performance. Experience in maintaining security logs of incident and provide to client for review. Experience installing, maintaining, and operating audio-visual systems. Experience of procedures, techniques and equipment used to provide onsite press conferences, meetings, and special event request that include the operation of audio mixers, press box for media connections and the operation of portable public address systems (PA). Experience and ability to lift tolls and equipment weighing 10-25 pounds. Duties will require incumbent to use a 6 foot ladder and taller, and perform task that require bending, stooping, reaching. Experience communicating/interacting with customers at various levels regarding operational problems, repair, modification, and installation of audio systems and related equipment. Keeps time, material, and service records. Education Required This classification requires an associate degree in electronics or military training in electronics, a General Radiotelephone Operator License issued by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and a California Class C Driver s License. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Education Preferred Additional Information Physical dexterity, color perception, and visuals acuity are required for working with color-coded wiring and cables.

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