02 Nov
Audio/Visual Operater
California, San francisco bay area 00000 San francisco bay area USA

PART-TIME EXTRA HELP POSITION

AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEM OPERATOR

$24.92-$35.11/HOUR

APPLY IMMEDIATELY

Position is open until filled

Under the direction of the Town Clerk, a part-time employee is needed to operate the Town’s audio-video system for live broadcast for the Town Council, Planning Commission, Windsor Unified School District (WUSD), Parks and Recreation, Public Art Advisory Commission, and Senior Citizen Advisory Commission meetings on the local Public Access Cable Channel, via Zoom and using the Town’s internet streaming service (Granicus). Experience troubleshooting hardware and/or network issues is required.

The Town Council meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month beginning at 6:00 p.m. The Planning Commission meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month beginning at 5:30 p.m. The WUSD meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month beginning at 6:00 p.m. The Parks and Recreation Commission meets on the second Wednesday of the month. The Public Art Advisory Commission meets on the first Monday of the month at 11:00 a.m. The Senior Citizen Advisory Commission meets quarterly. On occasions, there are special meetings on alternating days. Council and Commission meetings end at varying times from 9:00 p.m. to midnight.

Essential Functions

Functions as operator of A/V equipment including digital projectors, digital and analog consoles, microphones, video decks, video cameras, digital audio recorders and PCs/Macs

Set up and shut down A/V equipment (monitors, microphones, etc.) as needed

Maintains knowledge and inventory of A/V and other event-related equipment

Provides A/V services as instructed by Town Manager/Town Clerk

Sets up and runs sound equipment for panelists, lectures, meetings, and/or live music in Council Chambers and other Town sites as needed.

Monitors and mixes audio feeds for auxiliary sends

Supports PowerPoint, Keynote and other presentation formats

Communicates technical issues to Town staff and A/V vendors.

Coordinates onsite third-party A/V vendors, including recording and broadcast service providers

Performs A/V maintenance tasks as assigned

Essential Functions

Functions as operator of A/V equipment including digital projectors, digital and analog consoles, microphones, video decks, video cameras, digital audio recorders and PCs/Macs

Set up and shut down A/V equipment (monitors, microphones, etc.) as needed

Maintains knowledge and inventory of A/V and other event-related equipment

Provides A/V services as instructed by Town Manager/Town Clerk

Sets up and runs sound equipment for panelists, lectures, meetings, and/or live music in Council Chambers and other Town sites as needed.

Monitors and mixes audio feeds for auxiliary sends

Supports PowerPoint, Keynote and other presentation formats

Communicates technical issues to Town staff and A/V vendors.

Coordinates onsite third-party A/V vendors, including recording and broadcast service providers

Performs A/V maintenance tasks as assigned

Qualifications

Proficient audio-visual presentation experience in live event and meeting settings

Proficiency in basic networking and Internet Protocol Skills.

Proficiency with video file formats, projection resolutions, and aspect ratios

Excellent customer service and communication skills

Flexible schedule, including weekends, evenings, and early mornings

Proactive approach to solving problems and creating solutions

Proficiency with Mac & PC computers, PowerPoint, Google Docs, VLC, and Skype Software.

Experience with Tricaster,AMX recievers, Biamp Audio Recievers, Shure Microphone Systems, and Leightronix video recording

Experience with web-casting services and video conferencing preferred

Audio recording and editing skills preferred

CompTIA A+ certification

Ability to lift, carry, push, pull and move heavy furniture and equipment (up to 50 lbs.)

Ongoing interviews will be conducted as soon as applications are received. Apply immediately to be considered for the position. A valid California Driver’s License is required. A California DMV printout showing driving record is required before date of hire. Driving record must meet Town of Windsor driving standards. A Background, fingerprint check and physical exam will be completed before date of hire.

A completed Town of Windsor application is required in order to be considered for the position. Resumes will not be accepted without a completed Town of Windsor application. Applications can be submitted online by visiting the Town of Windsor website at www.townofwindsor.com.


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