Chief Audio/Video Recording Engineer

Chief Audio/Video Recording Engineer

Thursday, 17 October 2019, 5.00pm

The Juilliard School seeks applications for the position of Chief Audio/Video Recording Engineer.

Role Description:
Provides audio and video engineering design expertise at a leadership level to the Recording and Classroom Technology Department; provides audio/video engineering services.

Responsibilities:
– Design and implement audio, video, and network systems for recording/streaming/live sound
– Assist the Director in establishing technical goals and direction for the department, as he strives to propel the department into a tech-forward future.
– Provide new ideas and use cases for current and future Educational Technology.
– Recommend and specify audio and video equipment and ancillaries necessary for new systems and upgrades.
– Develop tactics to help the Director implement EdTech aspects of a school-wide strategic plan.
– Work closely with IT to ensure efficient and high-performance interoperability with Recording.
– Assign, supervise, and occasionally perform basic maintenance on audio, video, and network equipment.
– Schedule and perform regular check-ups to verify correct operation.
– Manage AV vendors to ensure highest performance.
– Coordinate shipping and receiving of units needing repair.
– Maintain repair records of all equipment and systems.
– Engineer audio and video recordings and live sound
– Record and/or edit audio and video recordings of student, faculty, and visiting artists’ performances at the highest conservatory level.
– Engineer student and faculty recording sessions in the (dedicated) Juilliard recording studio.
– Operate HD video camera for multi-camera video recording and live streaming of student and guest performances.
– Troubleshoot audio and video equipment during rehearsals, sound checks, and events at the school and beyond.
– Assist with setups when technical expertise and advice is required.

Qualifications:
– Five or more years technical experience in audio and video.
BS/MS EE degree or MA/MS/MM Audio Technology degree preferred.
– Interest and ability to work in a world-class performing arts teaching environment required.
– Interest in Classical and Jazz music preferred; dedication to supporting a vibrant dance, drama, and music community will be expected.
– Strong technical skills in analog and digital electronics and logical approach to problem solving.
– Knowledge and experience with stereo and multi-microphone techniques, digital consoles, signal processing, signal flow, and gain structure.
– Familiarity with relevant networking technology required, e.g., Dante.
– Experience with industry-standard audio and video workstation software, such as Pro Tools and Final Cut Pro, preferred.
– Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required, including the ability to write email correspondence with appropriate style and tone.
– Must possess a strong customer service ethic and situational awareness.
– Able and willing to work extended hours, nights, and weekends as needed.
– Ability and desire to learn and apply new skills.
– Reliable, responsible, and punctual.

See link below for further details.

N.B No deadline specified.

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