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Reporting to the Director, Production Systems and Services, the Administrator, AV Systems is responsible for the management and maintenance of the audio systems in Rogers Place and its related facilities in the Ice District. The Administrator, AV Systems oversees house audio systems during hockey games, concerts, and other events.
Core Responsibilities and Duties:
- Manage, maintain, operate, and support audio systems in Rogers Place and its related facilities (Ice District, Downtown Community Arena, and OEGHQ).
- Oversee and operate house audio systems during hockey games, concerts, and other events.
- Provide AV services and support for in-house events.
- Lead freelance audio technicians and operators for various events and maintenance activities.
- Work with the Event Management on event planning for external clients.
- Determine the requirements for the event including AV equipment, operators, and shift lengths.
- Provide quotations for these events.
- Coordinate with external AV companies when extra sound reinforcement equipment is needed for certain events.
- Maintain system documentation.
- Including: audio equipment inventory lists, rate sheets, running lists, and line drawings.
- Manage equipment repair process.
- Troubleshoot equipment with the manufacturer, obtain RMAs, ship, receive, re-install, test, and re-commission equipment. Document and log the equipment sent for repair including the S/N, fault, and resolution.
- Deploy and operate various video equipment such as laptops, displays, projectors, and presentation switchers.
- Other duties as required to assist the Production Technology department.
Education, Experience and Skills:
- Post-secondary degree in Electrical Engineering, or a diploma in a related technical field, with further specialization in Live Sound Engineering from an accredited institution.
- 3 - 5 years’ experience in a related position within the industry.
- Live audio mixing and live PA operations.
- QSC Q-Sys audio system operation and Q-Sys Designer programming knowledge.
- QSC Q-Sys Level 1 certification minimum; preferably Level 2.
- Knowledge of D&B amplifier control software.
- Experience on a wide range of digital and analog mixers and related outboard equipment.
- Stage, band, and performance setups including mics, speakers, monitors, IEMs, IFBs, and wireless equipment.
- Proficiency with AoIP systems including Dante enabled devices and Dante Controller.
- Knowledge of MADI protocol.
- RTS and Clear Com intercom systems experience including two-wire, four-wire, and digital matrix architecture. Wired and wireless systems knowledge is necessary. Experience with AZ and IP Edit software, and Omneo workflows.
- Familiarity with frequency coordination using IAS, Wireless Workbench, or other frequency coordination software.
- Experience in Visio and/or AutoCad considered an asset
- Ability to work at height. (Forklift, fall arrest, and aerial work platform certifications provided by OEG)
- Detail orientated with an ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
- Knowledge in best practices for systems integration, wiring, termination, and labelling.
- Aptitude for learning new equipment, systems, and workflows.
- Willing to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Only those individuals moving forward in the hiring process will be contacted.
Experience Preferred 4