Audio Video Technician
Are you looking for an international career where your success and rewards are purely dependent on your personal effort?
Are you looking to work with a genuinely multicultural team of like-minded, highly motivated people?
Want to step into a management role within two years?
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Experienced with assembling /disassembling, testing, troubleshooting and repairing computers/ hardware;
Knowledge and use of basic test equipment such as multimeters, as well as basic AC/DC circuitry is preferred;
Knowledge of installing and soldering components on a printed circuit boards following specifications.
Basic knowledge of installing operating systems, Windows and Linux is required
Install and configure computer peripheral devices and drivers like monitors, scanners and additional boards;
Have some understanding of a television control room environment;
Eagerness to learn new technical skills;
Basic knowledge operating a video camera;
Basic understanding of sound equipment like microphones and audio mixers;
Understanding of photography concepts like aperture, shutter speed, ISO speed, exposure and camera lenses is a plus.
Install various AV and IT equipment in the new studios accordingly to the plan or diagram provided by the Broadcast Engineer;
Assemble professional video cameras, including lens, on board monitor and power supplies;
Install professional video cameras in the studio and connect them via SDI wires to server room equipment;
make sure all digital video signals from camera are reaching the desired equipment (video switcher, capturing device, monitor);
Run low voltage wiring (Video, Audio and Network Cabling) through our studios and facility, installing Server Racks, cameras and NVR/DVR and other aspects of our technology infrastructure;
Run SDI, XLR and ethernet cables; tipping wire, crimping and testing is a large part of installations;
Install professional studio lighting fixtures and modifiers according to the lighting scheme;
Analyze and repair technical faults on equipment and systems;
Minimize loss of service when equipment fails by quickly identifying and implementing alternative methods of service provision.