Audio Visual Installation Engineer

Overview:
DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation, a leading provider of audio visual integration solutions is looking for an Audio Visual Installation Engineer in the Washington DC metro area.
The ideal candidate will have at least Five (5) years of experience related to general audio/video communications installation, and/or 5 years of engineering installation experience and/or holds active Security Clearance, if applicable.
Installation knowledge of the following A/V equipment such as Planar, Crestron, Extron, AMX, Jupiter and Biamp is desired.
Responsibilities:
The Audio Visual Installation Engineer helps with the installation of A/V racks, designing Systems, VTC's, projectors, video wall and flat panel screens as well as other audio video equipment including, but not limited to, cabling, fiber optics, racking and mounting audio visual devices and control units.
Responsible for installing audio video products and components as specified by blue prints and to specifications.
Assist with A/V drawings and rack wiring design
Loading and configuration of AMX control systems
Qualifications:
Minimum of 5 years installing and commissioning audiovisual equipment including video panels, speakers, racking, microphones, A/V cabling and wiring.
Knowledge of loading and troubleshooting Planar, Crestron, Extron, AMX, Jupiter and configuration of Biamp audio systems required (not programming).
Can read CAD generated prints and can use Microsoft Visio for designing A/V systems.
Must have excellent communication skills and possess excellent problem-solving.
Troubleshooting skills with the ability to do advanced troubleshooting on any device.
The ability to lift 50-60 lbs., climb, crawl, and raise items overhead.
Bachelors Degree Preferred.
Top Secret security clearance required.
CTS or CTS-i certification desired.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.
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