Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, is seeking an Audiovisual Technologist for the Department of Technology Support Services. Under the supervision of the Manager of Technology Support Services, supports the Clinical Skills Center (CSC) audiovisual and computer technology. When the CSC is not in operation, supports other AV or Help Desk functions as needed.
Provides primary support for the Clinical Skills Center (CSC), supporting all audiovisual as well as computer technology, including assisting the center in running OSCE's, TOSCE's and other training.
Coordinates the use of audiovisual equipment in the classrooms, and assists with the setup and operation of PC's or Mac's with video projection and recording equipment.
Troubleshoots computer device hardware/software related issues.
Provides technical assistance on assigned help desk tickets.
Ensures audiovisual equipment is in proper working condition. This includes routine cleaning, inspection and replacement of parts in projectors, microphones, pointers, digital recorders and cameras.
Troubleshoots problems with malfunctioning equipment, determines nature of problem and performs repairs. As necessary, arranges for and expedites repairs by approved vendors when such repairs cannot be performed on-site.
Interfaces personal computers to large-screen and portable projection systems.
Evaluates equipment requirements for faculty and students wishing to project computer displays. Connects VGA, HDMI, and Macintosh systems to projectors, and tests and adjusts equipment to optimize computer/projector performance for specific application programs.
As requested, assists lecturers with the operation of PC and/or Mac software before and during their presentations.
Provides DVD/CD duplication services and video editing and duplication services.
Supports web based videoconferencing software e.g. Skype, WebEx and Zoom.
Provides set-up of PA systems during special events including non-regular working hours and off campus support.
Makes recommendations regarding improvements and/or modifications to audio and video systems.
Receives requests for the reservation of equipment, enters request into the scheduling system and assures that equipment is available for use at time required.
Delivers audiovisual equipment to and returns it from the various lecture and conference rooms.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Successful completion of a one year technical training course in the operation, maintenance and repair of audio and video systems plus at least two years of experience in the repair of said systems.
At least one year of the required experience shall have involved the training in and/or use of personal computers.
Applicants may substitute an additional year of related experience in lieu of the technical training program.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Working knowledge of Camtasia, Camtasia Relay, Adobe Premier, Final Cut Studio and Edius.
Associate’s Degree in electronics or related technical field, or equivalent military training in electronics or communications.
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