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Rack Fabrication Technician in Richmond, VA at Whitlock

Date Posted: 12/4/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Whitlock has a great opportunity for a Rack Fabrication Technician to join our team in the Quality Control Center. The role of the Rack Fabrication Technician is to provide organization and coordination of equipment, materials and drawings required for the integration of audiovisual systems for Whitlock customers. This work will be done at the Whitlock branch and involves inventory of equipment and materials to be available on time to meet integration schedules. The Rack Fabrication Technician is in charge of the equipment rack fabrication for projects in accordance with Whitlock wiring diagrams and standards for quality assurance.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Review all system drawings to be sure of accuracy. Mark up needed changes and coordinate with project Designers for updates.
  • Ensure all equipment racks are properly loaded and wired in accordance with system wiring diagrams.
  • Setup, test, calibrate and commission equipment in the equipment racks and, if possible, external devices as required to produce fully functional systems. This includes video displays, display systems, screens, cameras, switchers, scalers, processors, transmitters, receivers, interfaces, microphones, mixers, amplifiers, controls, and other active and passive devices.
  • Collaborate with Control Systems Programmers to ensure that all system devices are setup appropriately for control, and interact with the control system to produce expected and reliable results.
  • Meet with the client/consultant to demonstrate system functionality if required.

Whitlock is a video collaboration company that provides strategy, management, technologies and support to the world’s largest and most innovative businesses. We believe face-to-face collaboration creates stronger relationships and makes way for both business and personal success. This is our primary focus for our customers and the Whitlock family. Our goal is to build the best environment to enable and inspire great work and high performing teams, all motivated by our vision to be #1 by putting our customers first.

Job Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in the installation and commissioning of audiovisual systems.
  • InfoComm CTS certification is required.
  • Current manufacturer certifications for at least 2 audio DSP platforms (examples: Biamp, ClearOne, Polycom, BSS, Lectrosonic, Peavey, QSC.)
  • Current manufacturer certifications for at least 1 video processing platform (examples: Vista, Spyder, Christie processors, Jupiter processors, Barco processors, Extron processors.)
  • Manufacturer certifications for at least 1 control system platform (examples: Crestron, AMX, Extron.)