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Our Client provides mission-critical information technology,
integrated telecommunications, and soldier survival solutions to
defense, civilian government, and commercial customers around the
world. We are a trusted systems integrator with a global presence,
providing advanced and innovative lifecycle solutions, from
engineering and installation to operations and maintenance, for the
enterprise. With superior technical ingenuity and a proven record
of performance excellence, Our Client is the technology contractor
of choice for meeting the unique and complex requirements of our
discerning customers. Focused on defense and security technologies,
Our Client delivers unrivaled expertise, ingenuity, and reliability
across a wide range of capabilities including cloud computing
solutions, advanced wireless implementations, and tactical combat
casualty care. Our Client is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland,
with additional offices in Colorado and Florida.
Our Client is seeking a detailed Senior AV/VTC Engineer to join
our team in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Principal lead Audio/Video and Video Teleconference engineer
with proven technical ability in design and implementation.
Program AMX and Extron Controllers and Touch Panels
Install secure VTC Suites. Wire and dress equipment
Audio balance and equalize speakers in rooms
STIG AV/VTC equipment as required
Estimate level of effort and detail list of materials required
for new projects
Conduct admin and end user training.
Write Admin and User guides, document installation
Provides leadership, direction and vision in the support and
migration and deployment of AV and VTC.
Other responsibilities include security audits, assessments,
design, implementation and configuration.
Works on solutions to address customer's requirements.
Researches and provides information on solutions.
Performs evaluations and testing of new and existing
Must be able to assume responsibility and work autonomously in a
Can install, configure, and operate systems in highly complex
environments with specific protocols and instruct and direct those
doing these tasks as well.
Can assume management responsibilities if required.
Leads site surveys and documents current site configuration and
Designs and optimizes systems.
Directs and leads development of engineering installation
packages, Project Coordination Memoranda, and project drawings.
Develops on-site installation schedules.
Directs and leads documentation of the configuration changes at
Proficient in using common test equipment.
Proficient in testing equipment/systems and following standard
Must be proficient at trouble-shooting problems with equipment
to include system interfaces.
Proficient at trouble-shooting.
Prepares test reports.
Must have 10 years of related AV/VTC experience and 5 years DoD
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