Musco Lighting Controls Engineer - Lighting/Audio in Oskaloosa, Iowa
Controls Engineer - Lighting/Audio
Technical leadership associated to providing design solutions and programming for light/Audio shows, primarily for sporting venues.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assess customer’s values and technical requirements associated with each project. Provide design solutions for light and audio show programming to meet these requirements using appropriate products and software
Work with onsite customer audio visual and I.T. staff for lighting, sound, and network interfaces.
Responsible for all programming aspects of a project from initial concept through system life cycle. This includes lighting, audio and web interfaces
Communicate technical information both written and verbal
Commission, field installation, and enhancements of light show products, troubleshoot any discrepancies
Work with Intellectual Property Engineer on copyright licensing, processes and procedures for audio used in light show solutions
Other duties as assigned
Education & Experience Requirements:
2 or 4 year degree in Computer Science, Programming, Lighting Design, or related field. Practical experience of 3-5 years a plus.
General proficiency in computer skills
Experience with DMX, ETC hardware software, and/or lighting design a plus.
Experience with Web Programming, Networks, Scripting a plus.
Strong organizational skills • Strong written and verbal communication skills
Good interpersonal skills ability to work well with internal and external team members and with customers on jobsites
Strong attention to detail
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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