Associate Installation Technician - Indianapolis, IN (AVE)

Allisonville, Indianapolis, IN 46250, USA ● Castleton, Indianapolis, IN, USA ● Chapel Hill, Indianapolis, IN 46214, USA ● Clermont, IN 46234, USA ● Crows Nest, IN, USA ● Eagle Creek, Speedway, IN, USA ● Eagledale, Indianapolis, IN, USA ● Indianapolis, IN, USA ● Lawrence, IN, USA ● Ravenswood, IN 46240, USA ● Royalton, IN 46112, USA ● Warren Park, IN 46219, USA ● Williams Creek, IN 46240, USA Req #2494
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Associate Installation Technician - Audio-Visual

What part will you play?
The Associate Installation Technician (AIT) is an entry level position responsible for performing a wide variety of installation duties on technology projects for our clients. This position is a field position for the bulk of the actual work that gets done in our clients’ buildings. The install tech needs to coordinate with project management, field superintendents and others to fully understand their role on specific projects. They interpret our drawing packages to create the basis of the finished systems.
This installation can include displays, projectors, loudspeakers, microphones, equipment racks, etc. This position will work under the close supervision of other staff members while attaining the skills and experience needed to perform normal installation tasks.

What will you be doing?
  • Training and developing the basic skills needed is a key goal of this position
  • Proper identification of cables, pulling, cutting wrapping, hanging and testing cable runs to functional and cable riser diagrams
  • Physical installation of a wide variety of technology into a wide variety of locations
  • Execute a wide variety of cabling terminations for all wire and connector types
  • Support the preparation of equipment racks for staging of equipment wire lacing including installation of power strips, grounding bars, jack-fields, etc.
  • Able to read and understand functional design drawings as well as cable riser diagrams and rack elevations
  • Able to assist in the mounting of base build equipment such as monitor mounts, ceiling speakers’ microphones and projectors
  • Provide a consistent level of technical performance as well as flexibility in work schedule.  This position requires periodic overtime and may require regular overtime for extended periods to meet fabrication deadlines
  • Able to complete assignments in accordance with or better than established task durations as well as estimate task durations to meet assigned deadlines including weekends and overtime. Provides daily feedback to the more senior install techs, Site Superintendent and/or management
  • Able to build and wire custom panels from engineering drawings
  • Assisting in fiber optic cable handling, and installation
  • Maintain an organized work environment specifically orderliness and cleanliness of the shop and jobsites.
  • Responsible for tracking and maintaining their toolkit, company vehicles and installation materials inventories. Keeping things clean, orderly and well documented
  • Responsible for tracking and maintaining their personal licenses, certifications and qualifications. (some states have specific requirement in this area)
  • Maintain daily record of time worked on specific projects for timesheet entry and work done reporting
Complexity:.
This level of technician will be responsible for performing tasks on client’s job sites with high level of supervision.  Most tasks performed will be checked by others. The AIT will be part of an installation team and always have close supervision.

Decision Making Authority:
This position will not be alone on jobsites and will rely on others for most decisions. In general, the project manager and a site supervisor are available to answer questions.  This position requires good diplomacy in working with our clients and other key stakeholders on the job sites.

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that may be met by an employee.  The employee may be exposed to construction site conditions on a regular basis. Employee will be responsible for their safety while on job sites and to comply with all safety regulations in place by the GC. Use of PPE is usually required on job sites. The employee can typically spend at least 50% of their time on their feet and be required to mobile around the construction site. The employee must have the ability to occasionally climb ladders, use stairs and lift and/or move materials up to 40 pounds in construction areas. The individual is regularly required to use keyboards, test equipment and controls required for SI installation projects. Specific vision abilities required for this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and depth vision.   When not on construction sites, the employee will experience normal office conditions and be required to use office equipment such as computers, peripherals, etc.

Travel:
Frequent travel by car and occasional airplane trips are required. Employee must possess a valid driver’s license in their state of residence. Employee will be required to use their own vehicle and will be reimbursed for mileage at the current corporate rate. Local travel to job sites (within a 2-hourdriving distance each way) will make up 70-90% usually but remote travel can be up to 30% of the job at times. 10% remote travel is required on a regular basis.

Safety:
  • Maintain and wear appropriate PPE as the job and tasks require it. 
  • Ensure hazards are addressed and rectified in a timely manner. 
What do we require from you?
Education/Certifications:
  • High school or GED equal
  • AVIXA CTS Certification (will begin online and book self-study for CTS)
  • One year as a fabrication technician or other related industry experience is desired
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and adhere to our insurance requirements
  • OSHA 30 Certificate will be obtained in the first 6 months. NYC OSHA30 preferred
  • Other relevant certifications may be required or preferred based on the technology focus of the position.
Required/Desired Knowledge, Experience and Skills:
  • Familiarity with a wide range of audio, video and networking equipment
  • Knowledgeable of low voltage electrical concepts
  • Possess basic carpentry and/or installation skills
  • Proficient use and safety with power tools
  • Good verbal communication skills and good customer service skills
  • Ability to diagnose, troubleshoot and resolve technical problems
To learn more about becoming part of the Diversified team, visit us at http://diversifiedus.com/about/careers/ or email us at careers@diversifiedus.com.  

Diversified is an equal employment opportunity employer and all aspects of employment will be based on job requirements, individual qualifications, merit, performance and business needs. We provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, age, disability or genetic information, or any other applicable characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. We celebrate diversity and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply for available positions.   Individuals needing assistance or an accommodation to complete an application due to a disability, may contact Human Resources at 800.811.2771.

Other details

  • Pay Type Hourly
  • Required Education High School
Location on Google Maps
  • Allisonville, Indianapolis, IN 46250, USA
  • Castleton, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Chapel Hill, Indianapolis, IN 46214, USA
  • Clermont, IN 46234, USA
  • Crows Nest, IN, USA
  • Eagle Creek, Speedway, IN, USA
  • Eagledale, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Lawrence, IN, USA
  • Ravenswood, IN 46240, USA
  • Royalton, IN 46112, USA
  • Warren Park, IN 46219, USA
  • Williams Creek, IN 46240, USA