The Sound Engineering A/V Technician is responsible for:
MUST BE ABLE TO WORK WEEKENDS
Performing daily and preventative maintenance; troubleshooting; repairs; Green tag of all park sound, ride audio, film systems, show audio control, games, camera / video systems, PLC controlled systems, etc.
Assisting with installations and set-up of new projects
Assisting with set-up of special events
Learning to operate all Ride / Show Audio Video Systems, AUX Systems, Games, Electronic and PLC related systems
Assisting with cable pulls, audio and video recordings, ordering of supplies, and work orders as needed.
Candidates with the following qualifications will be considered:
EDUCATION: High School, Trade School, College, Electronics related seminars/classes will be considered.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum 2 years of Hands on Electronics, Audio, Video, Photo / Camera, Computer, etc. Audio/Video repairs and Troubleshooting Experience. Mechanical, pneumatics.
SPECIAL SKILLS: Use of various Electronic and Computer Test Equipment, Audio/Video Equipment, Video Projectors, Computer Software, Soldering, and use of Hand Tools.