Audio Visual Installation Engineer Time To Change

Creative Personnel
£24000 - £26000 per annum, Benefits excellent OT earning available
12 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
AV Installation Engineer – I am now looking for tried and tested av installation engineers looking to specialise in the residential / super yacht installation market. To be considered for this role toy must have between 1 – 3 years of residential AV installation experience and now looking to take on a new and exciting role. This position will see you spending time working overseas on some of the most prestigious and technically advanced yachts in the world today. You will be working on a mix of refit and new build projects. You must be willing to learn and train on new products and in a work environment that works hard and plays hard. The ability to work away from home is an absolute must so please be aware of this before applying. Ideally I would like to see on your CV experience with following but if you only have some please make sure this is clearly shown within your CV: Hands on installation of AV Control systems either Crestron, AMX or Lutron The ability to solder, crimp, terminate cables, build Audio Visual racks Knowledge of RS232, BNCs, VGAs, XLRs IT networking Cisco, Microsoft, Apple, Ruckus, Draytek And switching Wyrestorm, Extron, Kramer etc Good skills regarding 1st, 2nd 3rd fixing / commissioning AudioVisual Systems Good understanding of Audio / Video An exceptional Eye for detail to deliver a 1st class project Experience with bespoke cinema installation projection, plasma and all manner of automation lifts If you have the desire to take your AV career onto the next level then please send me your fully updated technical CV that clearly shows the skills required. NO SPONSORSHIP IS ON OFFER YOU MUST BE IN THE UK AND WORKING HERE LEGALLY AV A/V A-V AUDIOVISUAL AUDIO-VISUAL AUDIO/VISUAL CEDIA CRESTRON AMX LUTRON AUTOMATION SMARTHOME YACHTS SY MY CINEMA RTI LUTRON RAKO PLASM PROJECTOR SPEAKERS AUDIO VIDEO RACKS RACKS This job was originally posted as