• Audio Visual Field Commissioning Engineer

    Job Locations US-CA-Santa Clara
    Job ID
    2017-1333
    Category
    Engineering
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Audio Visual Field Commissioning Engineer

    Santa Clara, CA

     

    Overview/Position Summary

     

    Supports Technology Division by providing leadership on complex audio and video systems. Provides implementation and commissioning of AV systems from inception to completion.

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    System Commissioning Tasks

    • Perform system testing and calibration for proper performance that will include; execute documented test procedures both in house and on site, load, test and troubleshoot control programming systems, calibration of video and audio equipment to meet customer requirements
    • Configure all installed devices pursuant to design package specification and to their optimal settings.
    • Write, load, configure, and EQ Basic Control & complex DSP source files.
    • Thoroughly test and force-fail all systems for quality control purposes both in-house and on-site.
    • Communicate regularly with Design Engineers, Lead Installers and Project Manager as to conditions with the systems or troubleshooting continuum performed.
    • Open service tickets and troubleshoot hardware issues with manufacturers
    • Demonstrate system settings and conditions upon completion of system commissioning to Project Manager and end users.
    • Communicate directly with assigned Systems Design Engineer regarding system operational questions or concerns.
    • Red-line system design packages with site/condition changes.

     

    Networking Tasks

    • Create local area networks for the sole purposes of communication amongst devices separate from the customer network infrastructure
    • Create WLANs for wireless communication of devices.
    • Configure VOIP SIP credentials
    • Communicate via email and phone with client IT staff members regarding specific system requirements, problems, potential short-term and long-term issues, etc.
    • Provide technical support for integration team and service technicians as requested to help resolve complex technical problems, including the facilitation of programming and/or equipment configuration changes

     

    Qualifications:

     

    Education/Experience

    • Minimum of 5-7 years’ direct experience in the field of audio visual and/or broadcast integration
    • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in engineering, design and commissioning role
    • Past installation, CAD and control programming experience preferred
    • ICIA InfoComm CTS and CTS-D certification preferred

     

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

    • Up to date familiarity with commercial audio visual, videoconferencing and broadcast manufacturers of equipment
    • Certifications in Extron, Crestron, Shure, Cisco, Polycom, BiAmp, ClearOne, Auditnate, and others as needed
    • Ability to work independently in situations that are fast-paced with frequent deadlines
    • Responsible for making decisions and exercising prudent judgment with minimal guidance
    • Must be detail oriented

     

    Physical Requirements

    • Seeing, color perception, hearing/listening, clear speech, and hand and finger dexterity
    • Ability to move distances within and between warehouses/offices
    • Driving, pushing/pulling and ability to lift and carry up to 75 pounds
    • Complex reading and writing, basic math skills required

     

    Working Environment

    • Regularly works with others and has both face-to-face and verbal contact with clients and other vendors. But can work alone at times
    • Generally, works in an office environment with moderate noise
    • May work around moving objects, mechanical, electrical, and pressurized equipment
    • Nature of work can require intermittent, unusual hours, travel and time spent out of the office

     

    Job Status

    • Exempt

     

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