Here are some of the positions and their requirements at AVS Installations:
The overall responsibility of project management will be to help develop projects and to coordinate all processes involving installation. Project management will begin to coordinate the job after the receipt of a down payment, and will continue to verify payments with accountants. Major specific tasks include: scheduling with customers, communicating job status to related departments, coordinating payments to sub-contractors, developing and keeping parties on task for job timelines, and managing all installers. The project manager must be consistent throughout the entire project, including follow-ups and delegations of tasks to certain departments. Upon completion, the project manager will close out the job with sales and then meet with a rep for further closing procedures as well as provide them with all relative documentation. Three to five years of experience preferred.
Director of Engineering
The overall responsibility of the Director of Engineering is to manage the engineering staff, with primarily ensuring the engineering support for sales opportunities within New York, Philadelphia, and Connecticut. They must also be responsible for ensuring the engineering, designing, and systems level testing of all new and existing audiovisual systems. The director must review system proposals, drawings for cables, and material costs within document bids. In addition, they will evaluate and recommend new and existing product lines from an engineering perspective. This position requires various training sessions in new technology and numerous attendances of trade shows. Director will ensure all costs of installation projects are within 10% of estimates, while also providing all technical documentation that supports system installations. They must schedule engineers relative to supporting sales opportunities and assign project loads to engineering staff. This position must be willing to meet all budgetary requirements, timelines, assignment of new projects, and support changes when given instructions by management to do so. Five or more years experience a must, EE required.