PROJECT AUDIO-VISUAL SPECIALIST, Audio-Visual Services, maintain and upgrade advanced audiovisual classrooms and lecture halls. Will participate in the design of facilities; consult on the design features of audiovisual-equipped spaces; provide instruction on the features and operation of facilities; and participate in large-scale media and multimedia events. Position requires no supervision for protracted periods of time.
REQUIRED: high school graduate; graduation from two-year technical day school; minimum of ten years’ applicable experience; advanced skills designing and installing complex audiovisual systems; additional hours of training as offered by schools/vendors in the audiovisual, communications, and computer science fields; and all of the skills of a senior A/V specialist. More than one of the following required: very high degree of computer literacy; familiarity with spreadsheet, database, and CAD software; ability to troubleshoot failures in audiovisual media and environmental control systems; advanced abilities in design and control of large-scale audio and video distribution systems and matrices; functional knowledge of Ethernet and TCP/IP-based computer networking and resolution of IP addresses; familiarity with developments in computer to video/projection interfaces; developing and installing of low-voltage wiring as used in audio, video, and control applications; familiarity with RS-232, current loop, and contact closure standards and systems of low voltage control; high degree of competence installing and operating telephone systems. Intercoms, and other wired and wireless communications systems and standards; practical knowledge of optics, brightness scales, white balance, and light measurement; current video standards, i.e., Y/C, VHS, PAL, SECAM, RGB, composite, component, and digital; and keen awareness of bandwidth considerations and limitations of wired transmission of computer and video signals. Graduation from two or four year college program preferred. Job #11157
ATHLETIC TRAINER, Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER), to be responsible for participation in a seasonal sport rotation, home and away event coverage, patient care, and the clinical education of athletic training students. Will collaborate with other professional staff to prepare and oversee day-to-day operations of the Athletic Training Unit/Sports Medicine Center and handle other duties as assigned. MIT sponsors thirty-three intercollegiate athletic teams and is a member of the NCAA Division III and the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference.
REQUIRED: a master’s degree (M.S. preferred), BOC certification as an athletic trainer, current MA state license or eligibility for state licensure, experience working as an athletic trainer with high-risk sports, an interest in developing effectiveness as a clinical education preceptor, and a valid driver’s license. Must attain and maintain CPR/AED and first aid instructor credentials. The athletic event schedule will require travel with teams as well as working evenings, weekends, and holidays during the academic year. Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check. This is a full-time, ten-month position. Job Number: 11361