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  • 06/21/2024 8:57 AM | Christopher Root

    Senior AV Technical Support and Maintenance Specialist

    Foreign Service Institute 1, Arlington, VA, US

    8 days ago

    Requisition ID: 1029

    Position Summary

    This is an ONSITE position located in Arlington, Virginia.

    National Capitol Contracting is seeking an energetic and service-oriented Senior Audio Visual Technical Support and Maintenance Specialist to join a team of professionals at the Foreign Services Institute (FSI), providing high-quality, innovative training, and resources to empower foreign affairs professionals as they advance U.S. foreign policy to serve the American people. In this role, you will be providing onsite AV technical support, assist in resolving any issues that arise, and provide support and training to customers and administration.

    This is an opportunity to grow, make a difference, and significantly advance your career, your impact, and your capabilities.

    Key Areas of Responsibility

    • Support audio visual components of events, meetings and conferences.
    • Service and install audio visual systems, mounting/replacing equipment, cabling, testing and terminating cables.
    • Analyze and troubleshoot AV technical issues that arise, particularly with classroom systems.
    • Testing and evaluating equipment, referencing manuals and other resources to determine faults.
    • Train end-users/customers on use of AV systems and equipment.
    • Maintain accurate inventory records.

    Minimum Requirements

    • Ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust Clearance (must be able to pass a criminal background and credit check).

    •  5+ years of relevant experience in a similar role supporting and troubleshooting AV systems/components in a conference/event space.

    • Knowledge of AV control systems such as Creston, AMX and Extron.

    • Working knowledge of networking AV equipment.

    • Familiarity with Digital Signal Processing.

    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

    • Customer service skills.

    • Excellent communication skills.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • CTS and other AV related certifications desirable, but not required.

    Special Position Requirements

    Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:30AM-4:00PM

    Environment/Physical Demands: Standing for periods of time, walking throughout campus to each conference room/event space, ability to be mobile to perform above duties.

    This is a full-time position. NCC offers a competitive compensation packages: salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, flexible spending, three weeks accrued Paid Time Off (PTO), paid federal holidays, and 401(k) with company match. 

    NCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran). 

  • 01/10/2024 10:28 AM | Augusta Lehman

    The Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art (NMAA) seeks to hire a Video Editor to support the Video and Multimedia Team. The contractor is charged with assisting the museum’s efforts on video, multimedia, and traditional audio-visual support among other video and multimedia related initiatives. 

    The contractor's tasks include:

    • Assist with video editing, post-production, and digital assets management.
    • Assist with online and on-site production including camera operation, audio recording and filming setup.
    • Provide monthly status reports on equipment operation.
    • Attend biweekly check-in meetings with the NMAA digital team.


    For more information, please refer to the attached Statement of Work (SOW). A competitive bid requires a bidder with a strong understanding of video editing, audiovisual setup, video streaming operation, collaboration and communication skills, attention to detail, and previous experience in multimedia settings.


    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a proposal for the audiovisual technician services contractThe Request for Quote (RFQ), Statement of Work (SOW), and supporting documentation are available in this Dropbox folder.


    Please submit your quote and material by 5:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time, on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, to Hutomo Wicaksono, Video and Multimedia Producer, wicaksonoh@si.edu. Please note that quotes submitted after that time cannot be considered.



    Hutomo Wicaksono

    Video and Multimedia Producer | Digital Media Developer | IT Specialist
    National Museum of Asian Art

    he/him/his (?)  


    O: 202.633.0269

  • 06/15/2022 9:17 AM | Jason Hunter

    Hello TIVA,

    Mind & Media, Inc is in need of acting talent for a commercial filming 6/16 or 6/17 at the DC Veteran’s Administration Medical Center.  Preference given to actors that are veterans as well as those with visible disabilities: (wheelchair, crutches, upper limb amputees).  Additionally, we are looking for diversity across age, race, and gender.

    Please send headshots and availability to jhunter@mindandmedia.com

  • 07/28/2019 8:01 AM | Anonymous
    You may apply through this link:

    https://www.gallaudet.edu/human-resources/employment-opportunities (click on External Applicants)

    Job Title: Video Engineer

    Job ID: 19109
    Description: Video Services
    Regular/Temporary: Regular

    Application Information


    Supports the design, installation, maintenance and repair of the following types of video production facilities and supporting equipment: television studio, editing systems, graphic production workstations, cablecast system, and field production equipment; functions as an assistant technical advisor for the team; coordinates development of procedures for the proper use of equipment and facilities; coordinates testing and calibration of analog and digital video and audio systems; provides technical training to other Gallaudet University staff and students; serves as the production engineer as needed; and assists the Operations Supervisor in the planning, preparation, and submission of annual budget requests for engineering activities. 



    I. Supports the design, installation, maintenance and repair of the following types of video production facilities and supporting equipment: television studio, editing systems, graphic production workstations, duplication area, cablecast system, and field production equipment.

    II. Coordinates the modification of equipment devices and systems; assists with new equipment installation; oversees in-house equipment repairs; coordinates out of house equipment repairs; and maintains all equipment records including an inventory system. 

    III. Supports and assists with the evaluation of new technologies and equipment; and conducts research and consults with other engineers and producer/directors on the purchase of future gear for the facility.

    IV. Ensures all equipment used during a studio or field shoot works together properly to produce the optimum video and audio signal quality.

    V. Coordinates the integration, maintenance and upkeep of areas of audio and video origination such as Master Control, Studio, edit workstations Field Gear and Control Room.

    VI. Performs simple repairs, when possible, of facility equipment. 

    VII. Provides technical training to other Gallaudet University employees and students.

    VIII. Assists the Operations Supervisor in the planning, preparation, and submission of annual budget requests for engineering activities. 

    IX. Serves as a mandatory Title IX reporter; and takes annual Title IX training as part of the compliance effort.

    X. Performs other related duties as assigned.



    Required Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree in electronics, video engineering standards, electronics-technologies, or a closely related field.  
    A minimum three years of recent professional experience in providing engineering support for broadcast and cablecast systems.  
    In-depth knowledge of state-of-the-art video systems such as high definition television, IP video protocols, and the design, integration and operation of audio/video storage area networks, support media data networks and communication subsystems.  
    Preferred Qualifications

    Familiarity with computer programming and computer hardware/software in a media centric production facility.  
    Strong knowledge of field and studio video production and dissemination equipment and techniques.  
    Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills.  
    Incumbent should demonstrate American Sign Language proficiency.  If not, incumbent must become proficient within a reasonable period of time.  The ASLPI will be utilized to track progress for language proficiency.  


    LEVEL:  7

    SALARY:  Commensurate with experience and qualifications

    FLSA:  Exempt

  • 02/08/2018 12:19 PM | Deleted user

    American University's in-house marketing video team is hiring a full-time Video Editor!  (w/ great benefits).

    You can view the job description & apply at the link below! https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=7144

    Link to our 2018 REEL:  https://vimeo.com/167794699

    Minimum Requirements:

    • Three to four years of professional video post-production and motion design experience
    • Demonstrated proficiency in storytelling through video editing, animation, motion graphics, sound design
    • Advanced knowledge of and experience with Mac OS, Adobe Creative Cloud and plugins including: Premiere Pro, Prelude, Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, REDCINE-X, FCP 7 & X, Red Giant plugin suites, and video compression codecs (specifically: .R3D .mov, and .mp4)
    • Experience with Maxon Cinema 4D, DaVinci Resolve, 3D LUTs, design, typography, and color theory
    • Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and basic web design
    • Proven ability to work with clients on a variety of projects under tight deadlines
    • Great people and communication skills to work with a board range of faculty, staff, and students in various stages of their careers from very diverse backgrounds
  • 07/28/2017 10:14 AM | Deleted user

    Audio/Visual Technician 
    Alternate Job Title: Audio/Visual Technician, Naval Systems;  

    Use your audio/visual technician skills to support our Sailors and Marines! 

    NOTE: an active Secret clearance, or the ability to pass a background investigation and obtain a Secret clearance is required! 

    Work site location and Zip Code: Gaithersburg, MD 20879 with possible travel required 

    OMNITEC Solutions (http://www.omnitecinc.com) has an opening in Gaithersburg, MD, for an Technician to assist in the design, build, configuration, and life cycle support of Broadcast, Cable TV and Surveillance Camera Systems for US Navy ships. This is an ideal opportunity for a Junior to Mid-level task oriented Technician who truly enjoys continuous hands-on challenges.  

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Build, integrate, install, and upgrade broadcast, IPTV, and surveillance camera systems used for entertainment, training, and security aboard United States Navy, Coast Guard, and Military Sealift Command ships.
    • Interpret and understand system and equipment drawings and cable run sheets.
    • Integrate equipment in racks, fabricate, terminate, and run audio, video, network, and other cables, and conduct test & troubleshooting, in our test facility.
    • Update computers, cameras, and other hardware/software associated with systems in the test center.
    • Develop and update documentation for use by Field Technicians to maintain shipboard systems.
    • Strictly adhere to configuration management principles in building and maintaining systems, develop as-built drawings and documentation when changes are made.
    • Potential for travel to assist with installations on ships.

    Required Skills:

    • 3 years experience with integration and maintenance of broadcast or cable television systems, IPTV systems, Home automation and security, VTC, or similar systems.
    • Ability to fabricate, troubleshoot and repair audio, video, network cabled systems;
    • Ability to use desktop and laptop computers for maintenance tracking and documentation development.
    • Ability to perform basic IP network and other configurations for PCs, cameras, and other host devices.
    • Ability to lift 50 pounds and to access tight shipboard spaces.
    • Ability climb ladders, walk long distances, carry tools and test equipment.
    • US citizenship and an active Secret clearance, or ability to immediately obtain one, is required as this position supports a DOD client.

    Additional Helpful Skills:

    • Familiarity with IP-based television and/or camera systems;
    • Knowledge of video surveillance systems;
    • Knowledge of RF television distribution systems using coaxial and fiber optic cabling;

    Please apply directly via: http://omnitecinc.applytojob.com/apply/EG7yhtueO2/Audio-Visual-Technician?source=TIVA 

    If you experience any difficulties, apply via the "Careers" tab on our web site: http://www.omnitecinc.com

    OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

  • 03/27/2017 10:10 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Resume’s and cover letters should be submitted to HR@hudson.org




    Technical Manager, Public Affairs

    Hudson Institute, a nonpartisan Washington, DC think tank, is seeking applicants to fill an open, full-time position in its Public Affairs Department. Once selected, the Technical Manager will assume principal day-to-day responsibility for: 1) technical management of the organization’s website and related software; and 2) camera, microphone, and Internet streaming operations associated with Hudson-sponsored public events and media- outreach efforts. Both aspects of this job demand an individual who is highly organized, detail- and deadline-oriented, technologically sophisticated, and comfortable balancing simultaneous and competing demands for time and attention.



    Primary Duties. Under the supervision of the Hudson’s Public Affairs department Director, the Technical Manager will:

              Be principally responsible for content management and technical maintenance of Hudson’s website and related software; 

              Manage the Institute’s YouTube, UStream, Instagram, and iTunes/Stitchr podcasts accounts, posting and organizing video, audio, and photos and monitoring comments; 

              Oversee all post-production work on Hudson events, including video and audio editing, highlight clips, standalone scholar interviews and podcasts; 

              Maintain and refine the organization’s extensive media archives; 

              Oversee and operate all still-photography, microphone, in-room or remote camera systems, and software programs employed during live-streamed Hudson-sponsored public events and media-outreach efforts; 

              Livetweet public events from @HudsonEvents; 

              Coordinate and communicate with IT consultants and outside vendors about website design and functionality; server hosting; Internet security and connectivity; A/V hardware support and repair; and 

              Participate in the general work of the Public Affairs office, especially where event setup and publication-related photo editing is concerned. 

    Performance Requirements. Successful performance in this position involves consistent, high-level fulfillment of each and every duty described above. Additional requirements and/or qualifications for the position include:

              Bachelor's degree and 2-5 years professional experience; 

              A/V proficiency demonstrated by experience and familiarity with major audio and video systems and editing software, preferably including Adobe Premiere, Audition, Reader, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign; 

              Demonstrated website content-management experience; and 

              Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and general database management a plus. 


  • 03/16/2017 11:49 PM | Deleted user

    Application link


     Job Description:

    The Broadcast Engineer will be responsible for strategic direction, designing, purchasing, installing, repairing and maintaining both digital and high-definition broadcast equipment as well as computer workstations, broadcast servers and IT equipment associated with the operation and the broadcast signals of the stations. The scope of work includes both television and radio casting signals, the IT infrastructure, network and system interoperability with needed applications.  

    Work Performed

    • Maintains the technical integrity of the operating facilities (including the control room, studios) and equipment (including field production, post production, satellite and master control).
    • Works with Plant Operations and IT on maintenance of building systems and responding to facility outages.
    • Works as a member of the stations production teams and IT department to implement state of the art technical facilities at a competitive television station.
    • Trains staff and part time personnel, as well as creating detailed SOP documents for equipment use and workflows.


    • Associate's degree in Radio and Television Engineering or related Communications field, required
    • Two years of experience in a recognized video production facility, or equivalent combination of education/certifications, required
    • Requires a high aptitude in technology and the ability to grasp complex concepts quickly. Thorough understanding of compression schemes, and transcoding video and audio in both various formats.
    • Ability to work with in a high degree of independence and solve problems quickly and efficiently in a fast pace environment. Considerable demonstrated skill is required in organization, attention to detail, multitasking, and the ability to meet deadlines in a fast pace environment.
    • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills are required.

    Additional Information:

    • Hours Per Week: 37.5
    • Work Schedule: Monday - Friday  8:30am - 5:00pm plus some evenings and weekends as required
    • Compensation: $50,317 plus excellent health insurance, paid leave and tuition reimbursement.
    • Grade: 12
    • FLSA Status:  Exempt from overtime

    Howard Community College (HCC) is an Equal Employment Opportunity & Affirmative Action employer & values diversity within its faculty, staff & student population. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status.

    HCC understands that persons with specific disabilities may need assistance with the job application process and/or with the interview process. For confidential assistance with the job application process, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 443-518-1100. The TDD line phone # is: 443-518-4822.

    Application Instructions:

    Please attach the following documents:

    1.  Cover letter

    2.  Resume

  • 03/16/2017 11:48 PM | Deleted user

    WETA, DC’s public broadcasting station, is seeking an Assistant Lighting Director who will work on productions in the studio and field for WETA Production Center clients, with a primary focus on the PBS NewsHour. They will also be responsible for lighting console programming, lighting design and camera operation. This position is covered by the IBEW union contract.

     Candidates will be required to design, set-up and program lighting consoles for in-house productions and be able to supervise the technical staff. Further, they should know Photoshop design for projection elements, CAD design and lighting plot design, and know field and studio lighting and camera operation.

     Qualified candidates will have familiarity with LED studio lights and ETC Gio lighting console programming, as well as working knowledge of other production positions including; ENG/EFP, Studio Camera, Video Shading and Stage Management. Candidates will also be able to work under pressure, work shifts spanning any portion of a 24-hour day, be able to lift/carry/drag heavy loads (>50 lbs.) and possess necessary visual acuity to discern subtleties in color, intensity and shading.

     Candidates must have a minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience as an Assistant Lighting Director, board operator and camera operator with network-level experience, or equivalent combination of training and experience.                                                                                                                 

    For a full job description or to apply through our online application, please click here to be directed to the careers page at WETA. To confirm that a WETA or PBS NewsHour job posting is under recruitment, please visit our websites for our current job postings list: www.weta.org and www.pbs.org/newshour/.

  • 02/07/2017 7:09 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Small, woman-owned, Baltimore City-based marketing firm looking for a print & digital media specialist to create and produce attention-getting graphic design & video production projects for its various clients.  Immediate position.  This is an on-site, in-the-office consultancy.  Can't work from home.  If interested, call Ellis Harcum @ 410-576-7245 ext. 206 immediately.  Or email him at eharcum@saharainc.net.  Must be a team player!

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