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An Independent School in Oxford have an excellent opportunity to work within a successful and friendly department. They are looking for an Audio-Visual Technician to provide event and meeting support and troubleshooting for staff and pupils and will be working in conjunction with the IT Technicians, assisted by other members of the IT department when the need arises.
Main objectives of the role will include:
To coordinate and support of audio-visual provision for school events and meetings, such as projection, microphone and loudspeaker systems, and equipment required for successful online meetings using standard online collaboration tools.
To coordinate and produce recordings or live stream broadcasts of school events. To provide front line support and assist the IT department in ensuring that classroom AV operations for end-users (staff and pupils) are running smoothly each day.
To maintain an optimally working classroom AV environment.
To assist with planning of and running of online events and meetings.
To produce live or recorded broadcasts of core school events, including daily chapel and regular meetings.
To support online parents' evenings and public events for parents and prospective parents.
To assist with or take responsibility for any other projects as required by the Director of IT or other members of the IT department.
You may also be required to undertake such other comparable duties as the School requires from time to time and which can be considered both reasonable and lawful.
The post-holder requires:
Familiarity with data (ethernet and wireless) networks, strong working knowledge of computer operating systems and computer peripheral configuration
Troubleshooting and problem-solving ability and positive attitude
High level of competency in IT Literacy as well as in written and oral communication skills
Demonstrating accuracy and keen eye for detail
Showing initiative and flexibility in working environment as well as being able to effectively work in a team
Sense of ownership and control over areas of responsibility, taking pride in ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the department - being a team player making a meaningful contribution
The post-holder will ideally possess:
A formal IT qualification (e.g. MCSE, CCNA)
Experience in a similar role, typically in a frontline role, ideally in an educational environment
Familiarity with standard AV production packages
Experience with theatrical lighting systems
AV support of large external events (audience of hundreds)
Optimisation of AV quality for streaming live events
This is a permanent position offering an excellent salary of £27k but you need to be flexible with your weekly working hours as some days will early start from 8am, working some evenings until 8 or 9pm depending on an event, meeting or conference and there could also be the odd weekend work required.
This position can also be offered on a term time only basis for £21k…….
Free lunch, Healthcare, Pension, no parking but excellent location in Oxford