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Provides multimedia analysis, system design, and integration. Designs and develops technology control and support for multimedia presentation technology systems including computers, monitors, microphones, cameras, projection, etc. for classrooms, conference rooms, collaboration spaces, and specialty rooms within the Kelley School of Business. Installs, services, maintains, and repairs a variety of instructional technical systems and equipment. This position will be the primary technical liaison between the Kelley School and University level multimedia personnel, to ensure adherence of University polices, compliance, and strategic alignment.
Bachelor's degree and two years of multimedia/instructional systems support or related experience.
Combinations of related education and experience may be considered.
Solid foundation with analog and digital electronics and multimedia systems including audio and video systems technologies, such as projectors and other display devices, routing systems, audio systems, echo cancellation, camera, lighting and microphone systems, and room control systems. Proficient communication skills.
Bachelor's degree in a related field. Three years of applicable work experience in direct instructional systems technical support and control system programming. ICIA-CTS certification. Certification in Crestron programming preferred. An understanding of Ethernet, TCP/IP and other protocols desirable. Ability and willingness to work in a collaborative environment where knowledge, code and effort are shared among colleagues within KSB and with UITS-CTS. Excellent problem solving, writing and speaking skills. A strong customer service attitude. Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
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