Imagine working for one of the most renowned and influential AV companies in the industry, leading design projects for American icons like the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. It’s not a pipe dream; it’s the Senior Audio Visual Design Engineer’s.
This position has led the crusade to meet ongoing customer demand for excellence in technology. They are the single point of responsibility for definition, design, and documentation of audio-visual solutions, and will work with assigned account executives, project managers, and customers to deliver second-to-none solutions.
Most of the work will be done in New York City, but the position is officially located in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, putting them in command of some of the biggest projects in the nation, like the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium of Super Bowl LIII fame (featuring the largest video scoreboard in the world). The Senior Design Engineer, according to Crawford, is the driving force that leads projects from concept to reality.
Give the podcast a listen to hear how this position will propel the company and the industry forward for the next 20 years, what about this position is important enough for a TED Talk, and what about this role screams “Tony Stark.”
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