An award-winning audio-video design-build integration firm with a rich history of delivering best-in-class technology solutions and professional services to both enterprise and federal customers.
Technical Innovation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
**Lead Installation Technician positions in Memphis and DC**
**Installation Technician position in Orlando**
Lead Installation Tech
Duties and Responsibilities
Rack construction, pulling cable, and preparing equipment for installation
Installation of completed racks, projectors, monitors and related submounts
Assists with testing of system components to assure system completeness and convention
Uses company approved installation methods and techniques
Ensures all work complies with company policies, procedures, standards and conventions
Assures each system’s physical completeness is in accordance with installation drawings
Maintain an on-going dialog with Lead Installation Technician and Project Manager, ensuring that work quality, performance, and materials meet required schedules and expectations
The Installation Technician is responsible for maintaining his assigned equipment inventory, and assigned tools
Turning in daily activity sheets
Comply with all aspects of the TI Employee Handbook, TI Installation Handbook, Tech Ops Operating Procedures, and all other TI Policies & Directives
Handles other duties relative to the job as assigned by management
Follows and maintains proper safety practices
Related Work Experience
The successful candidate must have 2 to 5 years of experience installing audio-visual, teleconferencing, corporate video, control systems and related systems. Telecom and/or construction equivalent experience is acceptable.
Experience Using Specific Equipment, Tools and Work Aids
Must have experience using hand tools of the A/V and electronic related trades. This is inclusive of, but not limited to, wire strippers and crimpers for varying types of wire and cable, soldering tools/techniques, construction equipment such as scaffolding, hoists, pulleys, (concrete, brick & block) attachment devices, unistrut steel support, etc
· Personal Traits
The position of Installation Lead requires the following attributes: technical capability, professionalism, self-motivation, self-discipline, focus and attention to detail and punctuality.
Must be able to stand, kneel and crouch for long periods of time
Must be able to climb ladders and scaffolding
Must be able to lift in excess of 50 pounds
Must be able to work in high places and in small cramped places
Must be able to work in hot humid places as well as cold places
Must be able to maintain the following attributes while under pressure from deadlines: technical capability, professionalism, self-motivation, self-discipline, focus and attention to detail
Must be able to maintain a safety-minded approach to all activities
Work sites vary from finished executive boardrooms to new construction sites. Majority of work is indoors, but site conditions vary drastically. Appropriate dress is required pursuant to the TI dress-code found within the Employee Handbook.
Projects vary in length and locations. Occasionally, jobs may be outside of the local area requiring overnight travel and stays that could range from one night to several weeks away.
Work hours will vary according to individual projects. Some jobs may require weekend commitments.
The working environment contains various power tools, electricity, heights, construction hazards …etc… Therefore all employees are required to take the necessary actions and precautions to ensure that all possible safety techniques and measures are employed.
Education, Licenses, and Certifications
A high school diploma or equivalent is required
Certification in ICIA Essentials of A/V and General CTS required