Incumbent should have familiarity with Lectrosonics devices and related software; AMX Control Systems, components, and programming; AMX user interfaces and design, including Modero Touch panels; AMX RMS room management software, programming, and implementation; matrix video switching, scaling, scan conversion, and signal distribution; Polycom and Tandberg video conference systems; SennHeiser infrared modulators and emitters; as well as other major manufacturers of A/V components. AMX certification is required, or the ability to obtain certification within 60 days of hire.
Excellent ability to identify and evaluate needs, conduct research from all available sources, develop proposed solutions, and implement programs is required. Should have in depth knowledge of the design, installation, operation, programming, and troubleshooting of audio, video, video conference, network and computer systems. Incumbent must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with demonstrated skill in writing procedures and clear technical documents. Excellent customer service skills are also required. Must be able to coordinate needed work to be accomplished by other sections of the office in order to achieve project goals. Must be able to collaborate effectively with all levels of court staff.
Incumbent should also have knowledge of Windows operating systems and MS Office, the installation, support and maintenance of those systems. Must also have experience in support of mobile devices such as iPhone, iPads, and notebooks.
Basic knowledge of network topology, network equipment and IP network configuration.
A minimum of 2 years of specialized experience is required, including at least one year equivalent to work at the CL 25 level. Specialized experience would include knowledge of theories, principles, practices and techniques of A/V systems, digital recording, cabling & infrastructure, network concepts, computer hardware and software, mobile devices and their effective deployment in an increasingly crowded wireless spectrum. The ability to analyze, evaluate and determine court technology needs, and plan to implement solutions to meet those needs. Ability to train non-technical personnel in court technology use.
Prior experience in a legal environment and a four-year degree are preferred.
Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter with resume that includes their name, address, telephone number, education, work and salary history, country of citizenship, and three references that may be contacted. The cover letter and resume should be sent to:
Acting Clerk of Court
Attn: Human Resources #13-06
333West Broadway, Suite 420
San Diego, CA 92101
Resumes may be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org (.pdf format preferred)