AV Systems Integration Design Engineer (Tucson)
Compensation: Comparable to Industry standards. This is an Exempt position.
Employment type: part-time
Description: This position centers on the duties of A/V systems integration engineering. Gather information, requirements and needs of our customer. Develop a scope of work. Research, evaluate, and recommend products and equipment suitable to meet the customers need. Develop a functional diagram and draft in the production of project documentation. Quote the product and estimate labor, services and materials accurately. Present the design along with the account executive to customer in a professional manner.
Employee Requirements: This position requires a person with a background and knowledge in A/V system integration design and function. A thorough and proven knowledge of installation techniques and National Electric Code (NEC) requirements are essential. This assignment requires a high degree of organizational and communication skills as well as an eye for detail in estimating. Professional dress and appearance are required. This assignment requires a working knowledge of industry standard software, AutoCAD and the knowledge of departmental process flows.
Expectations: This assignment requires a person who will be expected to attend project walk-through with customers, design and estimate jobs thoroughly and accurately and run actual job costs to verify profitability. This person will be expected to macro-manage System Integration (SI) projects and aid in the completion of all required close-out documentation for SI projects. In addition, this position will require a large amount of internal and external customer support and communication to insure customer satisfaction. While engaged in the quoting process there should be a special focus paid to inventory items currently available in inventory and products that best benefit profitability. It is expected that the System Integration Engineer will provide quotes that give the best chance for a high percentage of “wins” with the understanding that some quotes as they are assigned do have a built in “low” percentage of success.