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Under the direction of the UCCU Center Production Coordinator and/or Events Manager, plans and facilitates different lighting, sound, and video needs according to clients’ specifications. Supervises the set-up and take down of the technical services equipment. Maintains and repairs technical services equipment. Operates all audio/visual equipment. Supervises other part-time staff. Conducts staff meeting in the absence of the coordinator and/or manager.
Graduation from an accredited institution with an associate’s degree plus one year of experience in a related field or any combination of education and/or experience related to the position classification summary totaling a minimum of three years.
Knowledge of professional lighting including procedures, practices, techniques, and terminology.
Knowledge of fixtures, consoles, dimmers, and safety.
Knowledge of professional audio sound reinforcement including procedures, practices, techniques, and terminology.
Knowledge of speakers, amplifiers, mixers, microphones, common wiring, connections, and safety.
Knowledge of professional video production including procedures, practices, techniques, and terminology.
Knowledge of video formats and methods, video displays, projectors, video cameras, lenses, switchers, replay systems, common wiring, connection types, and safety.
Knowledge of troubleshooting equipment and making minor repairs.
Skill in interpersonal communication, problem solving and decision-making.
Ability to manage and supervise staff and to communicate verbally and in writing.
Ability to work well under pressure.
Will need to be able to lift 50 lbs continuously on a regular basis.
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