Senior IT Technologist II, Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) is accepting applications for Senior IT Technologist II. This position is non-exempt and is responsible for the IP based security systems and web streaming services for the UTM campus.
Duties include:
Designs, develops, installs and configures IP based security systems. This includes installation of high speed data cabling, cameras, recording devices, viewing devices and media servers.
Performs extensive diagnosis and repair on malfunctioning equipment and systems.
Performs general maintenance including replacement of parts, adjustment and calibration of cameras and maintenance on media servers.
Works with the UTM Public Safety department to determine correct camera location and systems in accordance to the specifications set forth by Public Safety.
Serves as a technical consultant to Public Safety for the CCTV system.
Trains and provides guidance for personnel associated with the CCTV system.
Keeps up with technical standards associated with the CCTV and implements new policies when needed.
Keeps up with documentation of cameras and related components
Designs, develops, configures and operates web streaming services for the UTM campus.
Ensures that all equipment is operational before each event and attends all web streaming events to provide technical support as needed.
Performs extensive diagnosis and repair on malfunctioning equipment and systems.
Performs general maintenance, replace parts, adjust and calibrate equipment as needed.
Works with various faculty and staff to determine their needs relating to web streaming.
Trains personnel associated with web streaming services.
Keeps up with the standards and technology advances related to the industry.
Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree with 4 years of demonstrated experience, experience may substitute on a year-for-year basis
A minimum of 4 year of experience with the installation of CCTV systems and/or web streaming experience or experience in a related field.
Knowledge of electronic circuitry and systems particularly those relating to audio/video systems.
Knowledge of hardware mounting and installations of cameras and other electronics.
Knowledge of cameras, CCTV systems, recording devices, monitors, etc.
Knowledge of the installation practices involving high speed data cables.
Ability to install audio/video and data cabling to the existing standards of the industry
Ability to terminate different types of wiring with various types of connectors.
Ability to solder, view and understand the correct color coding of wires.
Ability to test circuits and wiring using multi-meters, monitors, oscilloscopes, high speed data testers, etc.
Ability to climb ladders, crawl under buildings and attics, ability to work overhead.
Ability to work with little or no supervision
Teach/Lead student workers and delegate work when needed.
Ability to perform service and maintenance of network switches.
Ability to climb and work from ladders is a must.
Possess excellent problem solving and communication skills (both oral and written)
Preferred Qualifications
Extensive experience in the design and implementation of a CCTV system in a large scale environment.
Extensive experience and knowledge in the workings of audio/video systems as it relates to web streaming.
Extensive knowledge with computers and network switches.
Application Process: Applicants must apply online and attach a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Applicant review will begin immediately and continue until a candidate has been identified
Pay Grade 39 - Salary commensurate with education and experience
To view Annual Security & Fire Report - http://www.utm.edu/departments/publicsafety/index.php

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