Payroll Title: ELECTR TCHN
Job Code: 8303
Job Open Date: 8/26/21
Application Review Date: 9/12/21
Department Code-Name: INST - Instructional Development
Percentage of Time: 100%
Collective Bargaining Unit (CBU): TX
Grade Type/Grade: PSS
FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Work Location: 1140 Kerr Hall
Pay Rate/Range: $27.76-$29.08/hr.
Days/Hours: 5 days/week (Monday-Friday); 40 hours/day (8am-5pm)
Benefits Eligibility: Eligibile for full benefits
Department Marketing Statement
Instructional Development is a service organization supporting the instructional mission of the campus. Its activities directly address the major goal in the campus' Academic Planning Statement, "Ensure Excellence in Both Undergraduate and Graduate Instruction". The mission of Instructional Development is to foster a climate for excellence in instruction, which parallels the climate for excellence in research, within a world class institution of higher education. The mission is addressed by following a model which has evolved over the past three decades and is reflected in the organization of the department. We have a substantial impact on the quality of instruction offered at UCSB. We are able to comprehensively and effectively address the needs of a faculty which teaches a tremendous range of subject matter, using a wide array of teaching philosophies, methods, styles, and technologies. The key elements required to support this diversity of faculty needs include: instructional consulting and evaluation; technical media production support; and technical media display support. All are provided by Instructional Development.Benefits of Belonging
Working at UC means being part of this vibrant institution that shines a light on what is possible. People make UC great, and UC recognizes your contributions by making this a great place to work. Excellent retirement and health are just one of the rewards. Learn more about the benefits of working at UC
Brief Summary of Job Duties
Under the supervision of the Electronics Technician Supervisor, performs a variety of duties involving installation, repair and maintenance of audio, video, network and computer display equipment. Works closely with Electronics Technician Supervisor and other installers to prioritize, plan, and complete projects. Responsible for the safe, timely and competent completion of assigned tasks.Minimum Requirements
Ability to perform technical tasks associated with installation, maintenance and repair of digital and analog A/V and computer presentation systems. Experience with electronics troubleshooting tools and procedures. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to read schematics, blueprints, and other technical documentation. Must be proficient with computer productivity tools. Ability to work independently to accomplish tasks as directed. Familiarity with industry standard workplace safety practices.Desirable Qualifications
Project management experience. Basic carpentry and electrician skills and associated safety practices and procedures.Special Conditions of Employment
For full consideration, please include a resume and a cover letter as part of your application.Job Functions/Percentage of Time/Duties
1) Function: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair / Percentage of Time: Daily @ 70%
Under supervision, assists in installations, repairs, troubleshooting and maintenance of mechanical and electronic equipment including video projectors, amplifiers, lighting control systems, audio and video display, recording equipment, switches, and various other electronic devices. Interprets schematics to implement installation and repairs. Uses complex test equipment to maintain manufacturer performance specifications.
Procures parts for repair, maintenance, and the construction of special projects.
Assists in the installation of new equipment in instructional, departmental, and performance facilities. Fabricates cables, modifies equipment per schematics, and documents work. Performs rough draft and lay out work as required.
Performs preventative maintenance to assure equipment reliability. Cleans and lubricates mechanical devices, replaces worn parts, adjusts and calibrates equipment to maintain specifications.
Assists with repair and maintenance of computer equipment using hardware, firmware, and software skills as necessary.
2) Function: Technical Consulting and Support / Percentage of Time: Weekly @ 15%
Assists Senior Classroom Services Technician in coordinating with various campus engineers, network specialists, and other support staff to ensure necessary elements are in place for classes, conferences, and other events.
Keeps abreast of current trends in audio, video, and computer technology, and provides recommendations to supervisor on equipment upgrades and purchases.
Anticipates potential technical problems in classrooms and suggests preventative maintenance to supervisor.
3) Function: Administration / Percentage of Time: Daily @ 10%
Works with Senior Electronics Technician to prepare estimates, invoices, and billing.
Prepares written status reports on maintenance and repair projects.
4) Function: Other / Percentage of Time: Weekly @ 5%
Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
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