A/V and Electronic techs at SeaWorld San Diego supports the Theatrical Services team through assistance on the install, strike, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of audio, video, and electronics for shows, exhibits, attractions, and seasonal events.
What you get to do:
•Assists with Install/Strike of audio, video, and electronic elements for shows, exhibits, attractions, and seasonal events
•Assists with maintenance of audio, video, and electronic elements for shows, exhibits, attractions, seasonal events, and other projects as assigned.
•Opens and Closes the technical elements for rides, attractions, and shows.
•Completes assigned projects with minimal supervision
•Responds to park trouble calls with minimal assistance
•Maintains a safe work environment and follows safe work practices
•Set up and strike special events as assigned
•Other duties as assigned
What it takes to succeed:
•At least 3 years related experience in general troubleshooting and repair of audio, video, and electronic circuits, or devices.
•Associates degree, vocational training, or technical trade school preferred.
•Intermediate knowledge of audio/video systems and equipment including: Understanding of signal flow, video switchers, audio mixers, show control systems, video surveillance systems, wireless microphones, and computer-based media equipment.
•Ability to troubleshoot and repair issues in audio, video, wireless microphone, show control, and special effect systems. Replace and/or repair defective elements as necessary.
•Troubleshoot to the component level and evaluate need to repair or replace.
•Ability to set up wireless microphone / in-ear systems, including remote antennas, handheld and bodypack transmitters, receivers and correctly coordinate and assign frequencies.
•Ability to test primary function of show control systems and identify all faults and repair them if possible.
•Ability to test special effects, recognize faults and repair and/or replace when necessary.
•Ability to fabricate custom electronic circuits and devices as assigned preferred
•Ability to perform solder repairs on cables, connectors, and circuit boards.
•Ability to coordinate and assist with pulling and terminating audio, power, and low voltage cables.
•Ability to install ground and above ground speakers and video monitors.
•Ability to setup/ strike audio and video equipment for large special events and private parties.
•Manage work time to deliver and/or install products within requested timeframes
•Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced work environment.
•Ability to be trained on the safe operation of: forklifts, boats, boom lifts and scissor lifts
•Maintains cleanliness of all assigned work areas.
•Maintains a friendly, respectful attitude with coworkers and guests
•Ensures excellent guest service by responding to customer requirements and expectations.
•Able to positively interact with all guests and co-workers.
•Openly accepts performance critique and feedback and adapts accordingly.
•At least 18 years of age.
•Proficient written and verbal communication skills.
•Stand, walk and/or sit for prolonged periods of time.
•Able to lift or move 50lbs unassisted.
•Be able to work at heights up to 90 feet
•Able to work indoors and in outdoor weather conditions (i.e. humidity heat, rain, direct sunlight, etc.).
•Able meet work group's availability including weekends, holidays, late evenings, and early mornings
•Possess a working knowledge of professional programs including Microsoft office
•Be able to maintain a SeaWorld driver's license and operate a company vehicle
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