Video Multi-Media Consultant I (Information Technology)
The Video Systems Consultant I works in a team environment providing support for the University’s digital video distribution (CATV), video surveillance, classroom multi-media, and RF based systems. Consults with faculty, staff, and administrators in a problem-solving manner to analyze, recommend, and implement solutions for addressing video distribution, surveillance, multi-media and radio frequency communication needs.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plans, implements, and supports CATV system.
Assists with development of campus multi-media project proposals and estimates.
Provides consultancy services, design, implementation, and support for campus video surveillance systems.
Evaluates, recommends, assembles, tests, installs, and maintains RF systems.
Monitors video systems operations and usage in order to provide quality assurance.
Provides assistance with installation of multi-media systems..
Assists with the IT Asset Management function.
Installs and maintains building communications wiring.
Performs other job-related duties assigned by supervisor.
The Video/Multi-Media Consultant I reports to the Assistant Director of Multi-media & Video Services and works closely with the other OIT staff positions. Position maintains daily contact with faculty, staff and administrators requesting digital video, and radio frequency communication problems.
Bachelor’s degree in a technology related field, or an Associates degree in a technology related field(or equivalent technical school training) and two (2) years related experience, or High School (or GED) and four (4) years related experience. Knowledge of CATV, multi-media, radio frequency communication, and/or video surveillance systems. Excellent written, verbal and communications skills essential. Ability to work in a team environment to meet deadlines.
Additional Desirable Qualifications
Related professional certifications. Experience in a higher education environment desirable. Experience with satellite communications and/or compressed video technologies highly desirable.
Working Conditions and Atmosphere
The Video Multi-Media Consultant I is stationed in the Office of Information Technology. Standard office environment is maintained. Additional hours and travel may be required.