An audio/video equipment technician is responsible for installing, setting up, operating, testing, and troubleshooting audio and video equipment. While this position does not always require formal education, an associate’s degree in a related field is often preferred. This person should have an extensive knowledge of computers, electronics, circuit boards, practical application of technology, telecommunications, and customer service. An audio/video equipment technician may work in a variety of environments, including in homes, businesses, and vehicles.
Audio / Video Equipment Technician Tasks
Maintain inventory to proper operating condition.
Troubleshoot A/V equipment or situational problems.
Design, install and service audio-visual equipment.