The United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California is accepting applications for the position of Audio/Visual Specialist. The Audio/Visual Specialist is an excellent opportunity for a motivated team member with an unyielding commitment to the technical advancement of the federal judiciary. The Audio/Visual Specialist will be part of a dynamic team implementing state of the art audio visual technology in courtrooms, conference rooms, and collaborative spaces, including evidence presentation, video conferencing, sound systems, digital recording, and digital signage. The Central District is home to one of the largest bankruptcy courts in the nation, with five divisional offices located in Los Angeles, Santa Ana, Riverside, Woodland Hills, and Santa Barbara, serving a population of 19.4 million people, with 22 judges and over 200 Clerk’s Office and chambers employees. The Audio/Visual Specialist will be stationed in our Los Angeles division and will be required to travel to our other divisional offices.
The Audio/Visual Specialist is responsible for the design, development, installation, maintenance, programming, and support of all audio/visual technologies located in courtrooms, conference rooms, intake lobbies, meeting rooms and collaborative spaces. Specific duties include, but are not limited to providing expert level technical guidance, assessing, researching, evaluating, and recommending technical solutions to meet the needs of the court’s audio and video systems and communications equipment; troubleshooting equipment and related systems; installing, testing, troubleshooting and providing support for IP based telephonic communication systems and digital audio court recording and audio video streaming; analysis of technical design and infrastructure requirements; carrying out routine maintenance to implement general and security enhancements; installing data and voice cable systems; provides AV support for Court hearings and events including conferences, meetings and ceremonies; and developing user guides and operating procedures for new equipment. The Audio/Visual Specialist will establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships with vendors, contractors, customers, and co-workers. The Audio/Visual Specialist reports to the Audio/Visual Manager.
Please visit www.cacb.uscourts.gov for additional information.