Wilmington, MAPay Range: $55-65/hour (6 month contract to hire)
Must Haves:Minimum of 3 years of direct experience in the audiovisual industry in a field engineering and/or design role.Strong technical aptitude and analytical skills.Ability to problem solve independently and with a sense of urgency.Detail oriented work approach and excellent follow up skills are a must.Working knowledge of AutoCAD or Revit software preferred.
Responsibilities:Review project design in detail for functional completeness and accuracy. Make any required changes prior to CAD drafting and order processing.Work with CAD team to create project drawings including architectural plans, elevations, signal flows, mounting details, and product details as needed.Participate in project kickoff meetings administered by the project manager, to transition project details to the Project Manager and other project team members.Attend other project meetings with client, architect, and other project trades as required to coordinate various aspects of the project.Configure, test and fine tune complex system components including Audio DSPs, Videoconferencing codecs, Video scalers and processors in the AV lab as well as on site.Stage and preconfigure systems in the AV LabProvide technical support to AV lab personnel and field technicians.
The Project Engineer is responsible for the complete technical functionality of systems, in projects assigned to them, starting at post-award through final close-out. This includes configuring, testing, and fine-tuning complex system components such as Audio DSPs, Videoconferencing codecs, Video scalers, video processors, and control system programming in some cases. The Project Engineer is instrumental in providing engineering level technical support to the operations department throughout the course of the project implementation and is key player in the close-out process.