**Opportunities in Memphis, Atlanta, DC**
The Field Engineer is the single point of responsibility for commissioning of assigned projects. He/she is charged with the responsibility of working with assigned project managers and programmers in providing complete, full functional integrated audio visual systems. The Field Engineer position has two main focal points: (a) commissioning racks in the shop, and (b) commissioning systems in the field to the point that these systems are ready for client training. A Field Engineer also may provide customer training.
♦ Director of Technical Operations
♦ Project Manager (day-to-day scheduling)
♦ Manages own time to perform within defined schedule.
♦ Interfaces with assigned project manager and client contacts.
♦ Interfaces with all Tech-Ops and Engineering staff in the commissioning process.
♦ Responsible for redlining CAD documentation for as-built purposes.
♦ Responsible for communicating punch items to project manager.
♦ Responsible for IP configuration of all AV devices residing on a network.
♦ Responsible for filling out IP tables and storing these on the project server.
♦ Advanced capabilities for audio system setup and gain structure.
♦ Advanced capabilities for video system setup.
♦ Advanced capabilities for troubleshooting.
♦ Responsible for managing versions and storing final DSP code on the project server.
♦ Works with the programmer to ensure that latest code version is stored on the project server.
♦ Assists the project manager with handling client requested changes to scope (change orders).
♦ Works with programmer to define audio system controls.
♦ Assists technicians with field questions and clarifications.
♦ Responsible for completing commissioning QC checklists.
♦ Responsible for rack testing and escalating and resolving issues with equipment.
♦ Responsible for field testing and escalating and resolving issues with equipment and programs.
♦ Provide assistance to service technicians.
♦ Provide training on AV systems to clients.
♦ Perform other tasks as requested by Director of Technical Operations