La Trobe University is a public research university located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was founded in 1964 and is one of the largest and oldest universities in the state of Victoria. The university has a strong commitment to providing high-quality education, research, and community engagement. La Trobe University offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across its ten faculties, including business, education, health sciences, humanities and social sciences, law, science, technology, and engineering. The university also has a number of research centers and institutes that specialize in areas such as health, sustainability, and social innovation. The university is looking to hire candidates for the post of Audio-Visual Engineer. Further details regarding the post are given below.
The salary package offered by the firm is $90,259-99,291 per year.
- On-site child care facilities.
- Flexible work arrangements.
- 17% employer contributed superannuation.
- Discounts for staff and their family members to study La Trobe courses.
Role of an Audio-Visual Engineer
- Designing audio-visual systems: The Audio-Visual Engineer works with clients, architects, and project managers to design custom audio-visual systems that meet the specific needs of a project. They evaluate the space and develop plans for installing equipment such as projectors, screens, speakers, microphones, and video conferencing systems.
- Installing equipment: The Audio-Visual Engineer installs and configures audio-visual equipment, ensuring that it is working properly and meeting the client’s specifications. This involves mounting and wiring equipment, configuring software and hardware settings and testing the system.
- Troubleshooting technical issues: The Audio-Visual Engineer troubleshoots technical issues that arise during the installation or operation of the equipment, and works to resolve them quickly and efficiently. This may involve diagnosing and repairing equipment or software, or providing technical support to end users.
- Maintaining equipment: The Audio-Visual Engineer performs routine maintenance on audio-visual equipment, such as cleaning and calibrating equipment and updating software and firmware as needed. They also ensure that all equipment is functioning properly and meets safety standards.
- Training end-users: The Audio-Visual Engineer provides training and technical support to end-users of the equipment, such as presenters, performers, and other staff members who use the system. They may also create user manuals and documentation to assist with training and troubleshooting.
Last Date for Applying
The final date for applying for this position is March 26, 2023
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Melbourne, VIC, Australia.