Salary - DOE
Our client has grown quickly to become a leading player in the Audio Visual Equipment Market. Based near Cambridge and work on projects locally, nationally and internationally.
The team consists of over 30 staff plus dozens of specialist freelance technicians that are able to service almost any size job. Their full production service offering is further enhanced by partnerships with content, lighting, graphic and scenic designers.
Business divisions within the company:
AV Sales and Installation
Technical Event Production
About The Role
Providing backup to the Hire Manager, you will be a key member of a small rental team. Working as part of a high paced Audio Visual rental company our client is looking for a new audio visual technician.
As a growing area of our client`s business, they are looking to expand the services they can offer internally, and therefore need the right person to co-ordinate and deliver our clients requests, as well as supporting the day to day operations of the wider rental department 7
Your duties will include:-
Onsite support for projects of all sizes - including the technical rig, client liaison, rehearsals, show operation etc.
Dealing directly with the Client and being a central point of contact.
Preparation of equipment prior to despatch
Assist in planning and pre event testing (where required) of full AV systems
Delivery and collection of equipment
Dealing with customers on collections and returns
Checking of equipment on return from rental - quickly and effectively
Assisting with Management of rental stock
Reporting missing items, late returns and damages
Identifying equipment shortages and reporting to the warehouse manager
Printing of rental paperwork and following rental procedures
Loading and Unloading of vehicles
Simple maintenance and servicing of company equipment
Covering quick turnarounds - evenings and weekends as and when required
Working with Hire Manager to ensure all kit quantities are kept up to date, and new equipment is correctly logged on to the system
You will need to:
Have good knowledge of audio visual equipment operation
Have a minimum of 2 - 3 years` experience in the AV industry, working in live events.
Be highly motivated and good communicator
Be able to work on your own or as part of a team
Hold a full UK driving license
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003
- Audio Visual Technician