Responsible for installation, preventive maintenance and repair of all the audio/video equipment throughout the Facility. Responsible for ensuring reliable operations and support for digital signage, digital audio networks, and control systems.


Operate and maintain all Audio, Video, and Broadcasting equipment at the Stadium
Maintain the overall sitewide AV systems including but not limited to:
Digital signage, kiosks, streaming systems
Conference rooms
Sound systems
Control interfaces
Lighting systems integration and interfaces
Broadcast systems, video switchers, camera operations, routing, multi-viewer, etc.
Riedel intercom communications
Work with and support AV Manager to service integrated or stand-alone AV solutions
Responsible for Game day setup and alignment of the Daktronics Boards and LED facia systems
Ability to convert and route any signal to any combination of display devices
Maintain equipment through a Preventative Maintenance program
Interact with clients on event set-up and operation
Utilize blueprints, equipment diagrams and manufacturer’s installation manuals to complete assigned projects
Able to survey and troubleshoot A/V systems
Execute assigned work by means of verbal or written orders in accordance with industry standard practices
Commission AV equipment including control systems, DSP, video routing (Q-Sys, Extron, Crestron) configurations
Oversee contracted audio-visual work occurring at the stadium and related capital repair projects and subcontractors
Assist in setup or operations of Special Events during the year
Additional duties may include but are not limited to desktop support in Mac/PC environments, commissioning and maintenance of AV hardware to support AV operations throughout the site, building operations, tenant services, and systems operations
Assists in other work areas in the department or ballpark as needed or directed by the Director of Engineering
Other responsibilities as assigned
Work is subject to inspection while in progress and upon completion

Experience / Skills


Expert knowledge of AV production, technical infrastructure, networks, and IT systems
Expert knowledge in Multimode fiber, Single Mode fiber and SMPTE fiber
Knowledge of Audio, Visual and Broadcast systems
Knowledge of video routing and signal conversions to multiple display types (Evertz video routing, monitor wall and replay systems)
Working knowledge of OSHA safety standards
Ability to work in high stress situation during game days for “game day production”
Ability to trouble shoot and maintain audio, video and broadcast systems
Capability to exercise independent judgment in times of immediate need or emergency situations
3 years experience maintaining electronic equipment
Experience working in a control room and TV Truck
Daktronics video board and fascia experience (Preferred)
Audio Architect Sound System experience (Preferred)
Christie Spyder video processing matrix switcher or equivalent (Preferred)
Evertz video routing, monitor wall and replay systems (Preferred)
Dante audio routing (Preferred)
Sony cameras and PTZ robo cameras (Preferred)
ROSS Acuity and ROSS Carbonite video switchers (Preferred)
ROSS Xpression Character Generators (Preferred)
ROSS Tessera for multi-display for real-time graphics (Preferred)
Computer Skills – Word, Excel, Outlook, pdf software (Preferred)
Operating equipment used in the building trades – forklift, lifts, carts, etc.
Valid Drivers license
Consistent, punctual and regular attendance
Professional image and demeanor
Strong ability to work well with co-workers and supervisors in a team environment
High School Diploma or GED
3 yrs. Audio Visual, Broadcasting, and IT Background

Must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds routinely
Be able to push, pull, carry or maneuver heavier items (with additional manpower or appropriate devices), carry and climb ladders, work from heights, work in small crawl spaces, balance, stoop, kneel
Regular exposure to all weather conditions, both in extreme cold and heat
Must be able to work Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, flexible hours and game days which include nights and weekends.
Hours may vary due to project requirements such as game day duties, special event schedules, etc.
May require to be on call for off hour emergency calls or to provide support for service issues or failures at any time
Advance notice will be given for schedule changes whenever possible

$50,000 to $60,000 per year. This is a regular status, full-time position eligible for all company benefits.