Pay Range: $19.58 per hour or higher, depending on experience
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Position Summary: This position operates as a member of the technology support team, reporting to the Engineering Outreach Technology Support Managers, and assists the College of Engineering Director of IT. Major IT responsibilities include performing systems administration and technical support for computer hardware, software, and local area networks, and working with faculty and staff to meet their IT needs. This position is also responsible for the support, design, construction, and maintenance for multiple digital video production studios and daily course production.
3 years of experience working with digital video and audio signals and equipment. Demonstrated knowledge of troubleshooting IT computer software, hardware and associated peripherals. Experience working in a team environment to meet assigned goals and objectives.
Bachelors degree in Broadcasting and Digital Media Production or related field; OR two-year Applied Associates Degree in Electronics Theory or related field and two years professional experience; OR equivalent combination of related education/experience totaling 4 years. 3 years of experience applying electronic theory, basic electronic principles, and the use of electronic diagnostic equipment. Experience working with multicamera video production, preferably in a broadcast setting. Demonstrated troubleshooting ability using structured analysis, data modeling, and information engineering. Extensive knowledge of Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems including deployment, application and patch management. Experience with networking and network management. Experience applying FCC rules and regulations regarding NTSC and ATSC signal standards; installing, operating, troubleshooting, and repairing at the component level, state of the art broadcast television studio and transmission equipment. Expert knowledge of digital and analog circuits and devices. Good understanding of electrical and mechanical concepts. Experience working as a licensed broadcast engineer. Excellent conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated excellence in customer service. Experience working in a technical higher education environment. Supervisory experience and/or experience training technical staff.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions: Ability to lift, carry, or otherwise move items up to 50 lbs. Willingness to work flexible hours. Ability to travel to work related conventions and seminars.
Posting Number: SP002097P
Posting Date: 02/15/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. Applications received by 3/5/19 will receive first consideration. Please address how you meet each of the positions minimum and preferred qualifications in your letter of application.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
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