Audio Visual Technician Junior at Parliamentary Service, Wellington - Wairarapa
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
This position has been created for someone who is wanting a step up or step across into the audio-visual world here at Parliamentary Service. We are looking for someone with a can-do attitude that is keen to grow in this industry. There are a lot of similarities in AV as to I.T around network protocols. Training is provided for the right candidate. So, we would love to hear from you if this sounds like something you might interested in.
- Unique, challenging and highly rewarding role
- High performing and passionate team who are well regarded within the business
- Exciting, fast paced and collaborative environment
The Facilities and Asset Management Business Unit (FAM) is part of the Corporate Services Group, and maintains, protects, and preserves the physical integrity and longevity of the parliamentary precinct for the enjoyment of the occupants and visitors, the principal client being the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Te tĪma - The team:
FAM provides a seamless, customer-centric, one-stop property service for building and accommodation matters for Parliamentary Service. The Business Unit also provides Messenger Services to the Precinct along with the Health Safety and Wellbeing management for Parliament Services.
Mō te tūnga - About the role:
As the Audio Visual - Junior Technician you will learn all aspects of audio visual here at Parliamentary Service. Bring your ability to think on your feet and your passion for audio and vision as you assist the Technical and Events Lead on functions and progress in to audio programming.
Ngā haepapa - Responsibilities:
- Assist the Technical lead to keep all audio visual procedural systems are operational 24/7
- Maintain and follow H&S guidelines while on site; including providing site inductions for contractors
- Provide repairs and running of cabling as required including tool experience
- Attending function meetings as requested
- Provide assistance with the events booking system. Including receiving phone calls, emails and responding.
Tō kete - What you will bring to the role:
- An understanding of how Parliament operates
- An understanding or have a passion for audio principles
- Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of audio visual systems
- A strong customer service focus.
Why work for Parliamentary Service?
- We offer a thorough induction, on-going development and excellent working conditions
- We are a hardworking and high performing team committed to providing the best service to the best Parliament in the world.
- We actively represent our values of Accountability, Manaakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Integrity and Empowerment.
The appointing salary range for this role is $51,954.00-$57,361.00 per annum. Appointments will be based on skills and experience (please note, the full salary range extends beyond this to allow for tenure progression).
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Applications close at 12am on Thursday, 30 June 2022.
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Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Location:||Wellington - Wairarapa|
|Position type:||Ongoing - Full Time|
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