The Instructional Systems Technologist I will assist with the utilization and operation of the audiovisual systems and infrastructure installed in training/meeting/collaboration spaces across multiple buildings in the hospital, as well as working with vendors in maintenance, both preventative and real-time, of all equipment in those spaces.
This position may also be engaged in video conferences, live streaming, live av event support, and video productions, across a range of unique spaces and equipment configurations, as well as quickly responding to Priority issues for troubleshooting and immediate resolution.
The position coordinates training/meeting/collaboration space needs with clinical managers/staff, information technology managers/staff, representatives, and other resources. The IST I will also monitor use of spaces and AV systems/processes using software tools, tracking and reporting on trends and ensuring quality assurance testing of AV equipment.
Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and applicable work experience.
A Bachelor's or Master's Degree in audiovisual, media technology, Instructional Design, Health Care Administration or computer science related field.
Video or multimedia production certificate or degree.
Radio & TV production certificate or degree.
3-5 years of directly related experience.
1-3 AV experience working independently and proactively in a fast-paced environment.
Web conferencing solutions, such as Cisco telepresence systems, Webex Meetings, Webex Teams, or Zoom.
Experience with in-room AV presentation infrastructure technologies, such as Extron, Crestron, or Biamp.
Experience with Windows and Mac computers for desktop support.
Intermediate video editing skills using Premiere Pro, FCP or similar.
1-3 years of experience working with meeting/collaboration space technologies.
Strong experience in the integration of audio visual, video conferencing and closely related technologies.
Experience using the Adobe creative suite or similar software.
- Licensures, Certifications, and/or Registries
CTS certification preferred
About this company
Working with children is perhaps the greatest benefit of working at Children’s of Alabama.As Alabama’s foremost not-for-profit pediatric health care provider, we can offer you all the challenges and opportunities for development you desire—as well as competitive pay, comprehensive benefits and a special sense of community that values every individual and rewards dedication and excellence. That’s why we provide both traditional workplace benefits and new, innovative benefits that are based on the values that have been vital to the spirit of our hospital for over 100 years. #HELPINGHANDSOFCHILDRENS
Location/Region: Birmingham, AL (35233)