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AV Commissioning Specialist

Cincinnati, OH, USA

Job Type

On-Site · Full-time · Mid-Senior Level

Position Title: AV Commissioning Specialist


The primary role of the AV Commissioning Specialist is setting up and commissioning audio-visual equipment for enterprise customers. The Commissioning Specialist is responsible for leading, supporting, and interacting with all technicians, programmers, and customers.

Pay range:

Exact compensation may vary based on skills, experience, and location.

Base salary

$90,000/yr - $110,000/yr

About the Role


· Demonstrate job site leadership with all subcontractors, technicians, engineers, and programmers

· Ability to lead, perform, and direct installation of audio-visual equipment

· Act as a customer liaison in absence of Project Manager

· Reporting accurately daily to the assigned project manager

· Analyze and interpret system drawings

· Review project Scope of Work (SOW) to ensure quality and completeness of installation

· Perform hardware upgrades to all AV components

· Registration and setting changes of VTC codec endpoints (Cisco, Poly)

· Proficient with Crestron, AMX, Extron, Shure, Biamp, and QSC hardware components

· Proficient with Crestron Toolbox, Biamp Tesira, Q-SYS, and Shure software

· Knowledge of networking fundamentals such as: TCP/IP, addressing, firewalls, routers, VLANs, and VPN.

· Write, configure, and adjust digital signal processors (DSP) including Biamp and QSC

· Fine tune audio-video systems to ensure optimal performance

· Ability to work with a remote system programmer to load and diagnose interfaces

· Extensive background in troubleshooting complex audio, video, and network related issues

· Knowledge of Advanced signal flow for audio, video, and control

· Minor programming capabilities (Crestron/QSC/Extron) - changes and troubleshooting

· Create, track, and close a project punch-list

· Comfortable and able to communicate with C-Level executives

· Ability to train and educate customers on installed equipment and receive a final sign off from the customer showing job completion

· Compile and submit all project related deliverables including redlining CAD documents


· 50% Travel Ability Nationwide

· A high level of customer centricity

· Strong team player with the ability to adapt to diverse team members

· Ability to perform in a fast paced/high volume environment

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Exceptional Critical Thinking skills

· Detail Oriented- a high level of attention to detail is required

· A high level of time management, accountability, and prioritization skills

· Self-motivated, goal-oriented, and driven to accomplish department goals

· Ability to be organized, problem solve complex system problems, and be solution oriented

· Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point)

· Ability to balance multiple tasks with changing priorities

· Ability to work and think independently and ensuring to meet deadlines

· Understanding of network infrastructure and A/V system design requirements

· Understanding of Audio/Visual project lifecycle from solicitation to final inspection

· Familiar with current version of BICSI and AVIXA best practices

· Certifications: CTS-I, Q-SYS Control 101, Q-SYS Level I & II, Crestron Flex & CTI-P101, Extron Control Specialist, Tesira Server / Server-IO


· Must be able to work in a variety of physical positions, including climbing, sitting, standing, walking, and driving

· When working on site, could be required to wear common protective of safety equipment, such as safety glasses, gloves, hearing protection and hard hats


· 5+ years’ experience in collaboration or Audio-Visual Integration

· High School Diploma or equivalent experience required

About the Company

Pixel Technologies is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates agree to complete a selection assessment and pre-employment drug screen.

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