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WAREHOUSE VIDEO TECHNICIAN

FULL-TIME

Location: RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ

Reports to: Warehouse Manager

Job ID: FULLWHVIDTECH

Date Posted: 06/29/22

ABOUT METRO MULTIMEDIA

Metro Multimedia was founded in the summer of 2004 to provide New York area show organizers a choice beyond the scope of national AV Companies. Our team members have a unique synergy that is not often replicated in any industry.

 

With passion, perseverance, and determination, Metro Multimedia was able to take a perception and identify it as a reality. The reality is that there is a need for a regional AV contractor, armed with homegrown talent, who can provide an experienced team to better serve difficult labor and logistical environment. Metro Multimedia has been able to thrive and double in revenue, human resources, and inventory over the last 10 years. With offices and preferred/ in-house services in New York, New Jersey, and Las Vegas, alongside locations in Orlando, Southern and Northern California, we are now a nationwide Audio-Visual Production Company to fulfill our clients' needs from coast to coast

OVERVIEW

The Warehouse Video Technician’s responsibilities include maintaining and implementing strategies, policies, and practices with regard to the organization’s video equipment requirements, QC, and asset management processes. 

 

KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES​​

  • Coordinate with Warehouse Operations team for event-video equipment needs.

  • Oversee general QC practices ensuring that all video equipment packaged is show ready and of a quality standard.

  • Make recommendations for new case designs as assets change and recommend/implement a better deployment strategy via case design.

  • Perform preventive maintenance on video equipment and systems.

  • Troubleshoot the video systems and look for any potential problems.

  • Repair and maintain electronic equipment such as audio, video, sound, and projection systems.

  • Assist with upgrades and new installations of complex video, projection, switching, and distribution systems.

  • Maintain system service information and personal daily work logs.

  • Pull video equipment as per shows needs adequately and efficiently.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Education​​

  • Bachelor or Associate's degree preferred.

Experience

  • Audio Visual equipment experience is a must. Minimum 5-7 years of experience in the Audio-Visual industry.

  • Experience working with digital, analog, and video processing systems.

  • Knowledgeable of technical troubleshooting skills.

  • Experience working with large screen projection systems, small screen projection systems, video walls, and kiosks.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Computer skills with highlighted proficiencies in Excel, Word, and Outlook.

  • A demonstrated commitment to high professional, ethical standards and a diverse workplace.

  • Excels at operating in a fast pace, community environment.

  • Excellent team player, open to direction, collaborative work style, and commitment to executing client’s vision with high-quality standards.

PREFERRED SKILLS​

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

  • Familiar with A/V production software (Flex) is a plus

  • Innovative thinker/problem solving skillset to assist with show requests from Account Managers/Production Managers.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

  • Flexibility with work hours (weekends and holidays if needed).

WHAT WE DO

Connecting and inspiring people

Every event is unique, which is why we customize every solution to give your audience an unforgettable experience.