Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Massachusetts



Under general supervision of the Manager of Communication Technologies or designee, the Audio Visual Technician II performs a variety of duties including scheduling, setup, and operations of Audio Visual equipment, ability to troubleshoot, and maintain supported locations. Works independently and participates in Audio and Video productions as required.


- Support Classroom Recording equipment and schedules. Including verifying the equipment in all rooms is functioning as installed and ensuring the video’s are being processed.
- Support Streaming Media Services and equipment. Including working with other areas of Information Services to implement and maintain the appropriate streaming services for various customers required video formats and uses.
- Support Standardized enterprise wide Video Conferencing. This includes interfacing with the clinical system to add rooms, update functionality in existing rooms, remotely monitor and manage facilities and live multi-site conferences.
- Advises, trains, and assists faculty, staff, students and guest lecturers regarding audio visual equipment, streaming services, video conferencing services and video production.
- Recommend additional equipment or services as appropriate and based on need or customer request.
- Coordinate assigned events or user requests.
- Trouble-shoots equipment malfunctions
- Utilize internal customer support tracking application to track work.
- Operate broadcast and non-broadcast quality audio and or video equipment.
- Maintain and operate equipment and services provided by TMS.
- Schedule usage, set-up, deliver and retrieve audio visual equipment.
- Assist with organizing events; maintains event schedule.
- Provide quality video or audio production services.
- Maintains inventory of all audiovisual equipment.
- Maintains appropriate records, billing, and reports.
- Perform other duties as required.


- High School or Vocational School Diploma
- 5 years of relevant experience.
- Demonstrated experience with Video Conferencing equipment.
- Comprehensive knowledge of digital captures and techniques.
- Must have good visual acuity for viewing video and still images, manual dexterity, and work sedentary.
- Effective verbal and written communication competence.
- Solid interpersonal skills; ability to work well with people, their expertise, and organizational relationships.
- Ability to travel to off-site locations

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