AVCT Support Technician - iCIT - INTERNAL POSTING - 13836
The Instructional, Communication, and Information Technology (ICIT) Department seeks an AVCT Support Technician (IS Comprehensive Support Technician - Intermediate). The AVCT Support Technician will be responsible for open Helpdesk tickets assigned to the Tier 2 AV team, ensuring they are resolved in an accurate and timely manner. In addition, this person will participate in all classroom technology upgrade projects and be responsible for deployment and tracking of project equipment, labor, and documentation. The AVCT Support Technician will report to the Instructional Facilities Project Manager.
65% A. Equipment Maintenance and Ongoing Support
30% B. Project Implementation (Equipment Installation and Tracking)
- Provide support for campus AVCT technology.
- Diagnose, troubleshoot, and resolve instructional technology issues in labs and classrooms.
- Update and resolve HPSM tickets according to internal service level agreements.
- Assist in providing documentation and knowledgebase information.
- Responsible for auditing and cataloging AVCT classroom technology.
- Assist in maintaining existing classroom technology by installing firmware upgrades, cleaning projector filters, and performing other maintenance as needed.
- Report equipment concerns or issues to management, and make recommendations for repair or replacement of classroom technology.
5% C. Personal and Professional Development
- Manage Crestron A+ Rewards by tracking all purchases.
- Ensure all equipment, materials, and labor are accurately charged to the correct project through the campus Work Order system, TMA.
- Manage AV equipment inventory tracking through TMA. Recommend necessary purchases as needed.
- Manage AV asset management by updating RoomView with deployed technology.
- Update 25 Live to correctly show the functionality of updated classrooms.
- Create classroom documentation, and assist with training/development as needed.
- Participate in consultative process for campus technology upgrades as needed.
- Create, modify, and update room layout/designs as needed, preferably in AutoCAD.
- Obtain quotes from vendor and assist in procurement of equipment.
- Participate in personal and professional development activities defined jointly by employee and management
- Attend training classes, conferences, and workshops to increase knowledge of AV/Instructional technology.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Demonstrated experience in working with current lab and classroom equipment including projectors, sound systems, and other peripherals, and their interface to computers and networked systems.
- Knowledge of basic electronics technology.
- Ability to diagnose equipment problems and determine appropriate resolutions.
- Good organizational skills with a high degree initiative to learn new things, adaptability, and ability to work both collaboratively and independently to achieve goals.
- Ability to communicate effectively with customers, management, and peers about technology.
- Ability to maintain thorough project documentation using Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Ability to climb ladders
- Ability to lift at least 50 pounds
- Abillity to lift 75 pounds with lift assist.
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