Abacus Technology is seeking an Audio/Visual Engineer to support A/V hardware, software, and network components at Fort Bragg. This is a full-time position.
Assist in the development of the technical drawing(s) for audio-visual hardware, software and network components. Provide technical recommendations for system modifications. Evaluate, assess, and execute on-site first level diagnostics, and perform minor repairs for audio-visual components including: video wall live feed (CMS); video wall record function; video wall playback feed (DMS); inter-room routing; operations floor workstations; Blu-Ray player; Video Teleconference (VTC); Defense Collaboration Services (DCS); microphones and Audio/Digital Signal Processing equipment; and cable television. Identify existing systems components, coordinate and maintain Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) Spares Kit(s). Recommends specific required quantities for items for procurement to COR to ensure continuous system(s) functionality. Complete and perform software configuration updates to audio and control system code to technical specifications to maintain baseline functionality. Perform and complete minor moves, adds, changes (MAC) to audio and control system to maintain baseline functionality. Conduct system user level training for system(s) troubleshooting and recovery on an as-needed basis. Provide and coordinate non-emergency and emergency break/fix support for major repairs and configuration updates and issue resolutions. Provide system administration of audio-visual components, including audio-video distribution systems, and audio/video teleconferencing systems. Develop engineering/network diagrams, documentation, and format. Perform feasibility analysis on potential future projects. Provide technical support for major events and exercises. Plan, design, test, and engineer upgrades and enhancements of audio-visual systems. Update and maintain detailed audio-visual network infrastructure design specifications to include network components, hardware and software. Analyze, identify, and take corrective action for audio-visual network problems. Evaluate the impact of new and emerging technologies on current baseline architectures. Document test results and provide implementation instructions for hardware/software to the Government. Update and maintain accurate technical library of software, patches and documentation for infrastructure equipment.
6+ years experience providing audio/visual support. Extensive experience providing hardware and software support for audio/visual tools and technologies. Experience providing VTC setup, support, and operations. Able to conduct requirements analysis, make recommendations to management regarding improvements, contribute to the planning and implementation of system enhancements. Able to handle high priority problem calls and interact with clients at varying organizational levels. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail with the ability to manage priorities. Must have outstanding oral communication and customer service skills. Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities. Must be willing to provide after-hours and on-call support as part of a rotation when necessary. Must be a US citizen and hold a current Secret clearance.
Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.