Production Resource Group

  • QC Tech I - LED

    Job Location(s) US-NJ-Secaucus
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/10/2019 9:08 AM)
    Job ID
    2019-1460
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Operations
  • Overview

    The QC Tech is responsible for quality control of VER’s most basic audio/video equipment. He/she will also assist in other departments in configuration and assembly of client orders. 

    Responsibilities

    Clean equipment after check in when returned; inspect new equipment upon delivery 

     

    Test basic audio/video equipment when it comes in to the warehouse, including new and returned. Most frequently inspected equipment will be items such as, but not limited to, monitor poles, pipe and drape hardware, small monitors, small signal switchers, mic & speaker stands, small powered speakers, and cables. 

     

    Organize and store all tested equipment 

     

    Ensure all equipment is in top cosmetic shape 

     

    Identifies equipment that requires further inspection or repair, and moves that equipment to a QC Technician II or QC Technician III 

     

    Work cooperatively within a team and with other departments 

     

    Demonstrate effective communication and problem-solving skills 

     

    Initiate damage and lost items reporting to supervisor 

     

    Assist with loading and unloading trucks 

     

    Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor 

    Qualifications

    Work well under hard deadlines; ability to plan workflow accordingly 

    Basic understanding of A/V production equipment and functionality 

    6 months to 1 year of experience working with A/V equipment a plus 

    Strong ability to troubleshoot and problem-solve in a time-sensitive production environment 

    High school diploma or equivalent 

    Ability to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends 

    Availability to work overtime during peak seasons 

    Ability to lift up to 50 pounds 

    Ability to spend up to 100% of work time standing or moving.

    Physical activities include frequent use of hand tools, bending, stooping, lifting, climbing stairs, carrying, walking and/or reaching regularly 

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