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The Audio Visual Technician position plays a crucial role in our event and installation departments, working closely with audio visual systems. Responsibilities encompass delivering, installing, setting up, operating, troubleshooting, and repairing various audio visual technologies. This includes, but is not limited to, audio, lighting, staging, rental, and video technology for both temporary and permanent installations. Furthermore, audio visual professionals meticulously maintain detailed records of all installations, maintenance, and repairs conducted on audio visual technology and systems.




  •  Honest
  •  Client-Centered
  •  Quality
  •  Collective
  •  Innovative


  • Installs and pulls wire as per specifications
  • Installs and wires technology used in systems
  • Terminates wires with standard audio visual and IT connections
  • Tests all equipment to ensure performance of system
  • Prompt in responding to deadlines and goals set by the client and the team.
  • Works with Project Manager to oversee additional crew to ensure jobs are on track and completed within the allotted time
  • All work is performed to B&W standards and quality installation techniques are practiced
  • Work with Systems Engineers on startup to ensure complete system function and operability
  • Works with Project Manager to ensure complete closeout and turnover of jobs to the client and service department
  • Other duties as required or assigned by company management
  • Must adhere to applicable safety standards and wear required PPE (PPE will be provided)
  • Delivery, set up, and pick up of audio visual technology such as projectors, speakers, video monitors, cameras, equipment racks, lighting, associated wiring, etc
  • Engage clients while performing on-site work while displaying company values and brand
  • Conduct quality control analysis to execute a flawless event or installation
  • Problem-solve and handle malfunctions well under pressure
  • Diagnose malfunctioning audio visual technology and repair it as necessary
  • Maintain a list of all damaged equipment and report to their supervisor


  • High School Diploma, or equivalent, is required
  • Working knowledge of audio visual equipment
  • Capability of learning CRP and ERP software
  • Proficiency with computer software and programs, including the Internet and Microsoft Office
  • Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking
  • Ability to communicate information, whether technical or non-technical to staff members and clients, in a clear and concise manner.
  • A valid driver’s license is required.
  • A clean driving record
  • Valid insurance if a personal vehicle is used for company errands.
  • Reliable mode of communication.



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