Audio Technician


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An Audio Technician is responsible for the prep, load-in, set-up, operation, load-out, de-prep, and testing/routine maintenance of rental equipment, as assigned. This includes working in the warehouse, as well as on site at shows in whatever locations they are booked, indoor and outdoor. Work times and days vary.


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare the audio equipment for shows you will be working, including testing the equipment, wiring as much as possible ahead of time, notifying the Rentals Project Manager of any possible changes to the equipment list for whatever reason (something necessary has been omitted from the list, is unavailable, etc.), loading equipment into trunks and cases and labeling them with the show name and logo, and moving the equipment into the designated holding area for that show.
  2. Assist with getting other shows ready when assigned or asked to do so.
  3. Load equipment for safe transportation to its destination. This may include planning a pack that is both within legal weights and efficient for loading and unloading.
  4. Drive a vehicle if needed.
  5. Set up and operate equipment at shows and events, representing Spectrum Sound in a positive manner and at a professional level. Cooperate and work with the client and other crew members respectfully. Follow any guidelines set by the tour, show, or event. If more than one Spectrum employee is working the show or event, know which employee(s) are the on-site decision-makers for Spectrum; consult with them on any issues and follow their instructions.
  6. When the show or event is finished, pack equipment and load it for transportation. All equipment should be packed in the same manner in which it was shipped whenever possible.
  7. Unload equipment into warehouse.
  8. De-prep and return all equipment to its designated warehouse space, testing and cleaning as assigned and/or needed.
  9. Assess any faulty equipment. If possible and you have permission to do so, make minor repairs. If not, notify the Inventory Control Specialist. Any equipment not repaired should be marked clearly with an assessment of the problem, your name, and the date; then put in the area designated for items needing repair.
  10. When asked or assigned to do so, build cables, paint and stencil cases, clean cables and other equipment, organize areas, sweep the floor, and do other housekeeping tasks in the Rentals areas.
  11. When asked or assigned to do so, be Spectrum’s point of contact at a show or event. This requires great discernment in what to say and to whom.
  12. Always support co-workers, and never speak negatively about co-workers or Spectrum Sound.    If you have any concerns about them or any aspect of your work, speak with your manager privately.


Applicants must:

  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills; the ability to work with diverse groups
  • Responsible, self-motivated, a self-starter, personable, and organized
  • Planning, organizing and implementing skills which allow the successful completion of a project by a specific due date
  • The ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • The ability to effectively handle stressful situations
  • The ability to work in a warehouse or on a show site which is subject to seasonal temperature fluctuations
  • Valid and current driver’s license and automobile insurance
  • Lifting of heavy objects


We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

This job description does not list all the details of the job. The SSI President/CEO, or Rentals Manager may request other duties at times. Performance of the duties listed in this job description will comprise a major part of the basis for job evaluation. Approval from your manager is required before doing any work for another department in Spectrum Sound or for another company that is involved in live event production.


Management has the right to revise this description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment, and either the employee or the employer may terminate employment at any time with or without cause.


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