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Jr.-Mid-Sr.-Level Digital Audio Support (75% Travel)
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Lightbulb Jr.-Mid-Sr.-Level Digital Audio Support (75% Travel) - March 9, 2011, 08:05 AM

I got some more positions that are going to be moving quick. I have 2 positions, one is a Jr. to Mid level AV support. And the other is a Senior level AV support. Both positions will be 75% travel throughout the US.

Also need someone that is clearable for a DoJ clearance (active clearance's would be better). Onboarding will take 4 weeks, shorter for someone with active clearance.

Pay rate for jr-mid: ~$30/hr

Pay rate for senior: ~$45/hr
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March 9, 2011, 08:08 AM

BTW, based out of Falls Church. Lots of travel. 6 month contract to hire


At least 4 recent years of commercial audio, video and videoconferencing systems along with general wiring, rack building, general & specific assembly, hands-on, electronic testing skills required.

Must have experience in Polycom EF 2280 and EF 2211

Experience in the setup of DSP audio systems and distributed video systems required.

Extensive travel to perform break/fix service support of custom digital audio and VTC systems.

Set up and balance audio & video systems from the ground up.

Read and follow signal flow CAD drawings. Equipment and parts fabrication, installation & service of advanced-technology audiovisual systems along with wiring, cabling, retrofitting, rack building/modification, electronic & A/V systems testing and other related skills.
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March 9, 2011, 08:27 AM

Ok, this one definitely sounds like it's in my bro's wheelhouse!
Maybe with the exception of the Polyconn stuff. Sending it to him right now.

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