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AV Engineer

Av Engineer - Hove, East Sussex

Salary: £25K to £35K

The Company:

Our client is a leading public sector market providing webcasting, Audio Visual, and streaming solutions to help support, social engagement and grow and pioneer democracy.

They provide services to clients throughout the UK also incorporating design, installation and integration of Audio systems.

The Role:

The role will be to undertake installation work of their webcasting equipment as well as supporting audio visual equipment or additional separate audio-visual equipment at client sites.

It is mainly a field-based role, and a company van is available.

Role Responsibilities:

? Assist and act as lead engineer on assigned jobs with the installation, testing and checking of AV and webcast systems
? Conduct pro-active service visits
? Conduct service repair visits in line with their SLA timeframes
? Checking and recording visit and installation information in their CRM and ensuring tickets within the system are updated on a regular basis
? Provide backup to the service desk when required
? Carry out site surveys for their basic solution upgrades and new opportunities
? Rack building as required for the installations assigned to you and assisting when required from time to time with other installation rack builds

Essential Skills & Requirements:

? At least 4 years' experience as an AV Engineer and integration in both new and old buildings
? Experience of problem solving and troubleshooting of AV installations down to component level
? The ability to work on construction sites and understand 1st and 2nd line fix skills you should also hold a current CSCS/ECS card and associated health and safety qualifications
? Experience of terminating and testing data, audio, video and control cables
? Excellent soldiering and crimping skills
? Ability to read wiring schematics, plans and elevation drawings
? Understanding of audio-conferencing systems
? Ability to prioritis