Electronic Systems Technician (Audio-Visual Specialist) - Technician 4 Information Services & Technology University of Manitoba Permanent Full-time: Monday - Friday (35 hours/week) occasional overtime Salary Range: $44,826.60 to $59,677.80 per annum ($24.63 to $32.79/hour) Proposed Start Date: January 7, 2019
A division of the IST Technology Services department, the Infrastructure Maintenance unit is focused on the operation and maintenance of the University’s core IT infrastructure and operations including: servers and network and communications services; data center operations; and data storage management; Audio Visual tier 2 support.
As a member of the Infrastructure Maintenance Team, this position provides service to both of the university’s campuses and other university locations (e.g. Glenlea). Flexibility of schedule is required to meet the needs of both campuses and other locations as required. Bannatyne service represents approximately 20% of the schedule. As the Audio Visual Specialist, this position is the primary technician for the preventative maintenance schedule of installed equipment and for general maintenance repairs when room access is restricted by class schedules.
The position is responsible for the repair and preventative maintenance of portable and installed audio-visual systems in lecture theatres, classrooms, labs and any other presentation spaces at the university. This Technician participates in the design, fabrication and installation of integrated audio visual systems and equipment, cabling, components and related devices. As part of the classroom upgrading design process, the technician may participate in planning meetings with architects, designers, faculty members, university staff, the Physical Plant staff and external contractors and trades persons. The technician maybe required to provide input on design, implementation, and recommend suitable and current products to the Manager.
The team of technicians may be required to provide input on audio visual standards for audio, video, control, and control/data cabling used on campus to the Manager. The position may be required to provide technical consultation and researches technology options available to meet instructional needs and requirements. Gives direction, provides technical information pertaining to audio visual standards to trades persons, designers, contractors and architects.
Minimum formal education/training required:
Current Community College Diploma (minimum two years) in electronics technology is required
Training in electronic and mechanical repairs
Five years of directly related job experience in audio visual equipment maintenance is required
Applications will only be accepted if you directly apply online on UM Careers.
Internal Number: 04828
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