Learning Spaces Tech

first_imgTo apply, visit https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TAMUCC_External/job/Corpus-Christi-TAMUCC/Learning-Spaces-Tech_R-036809 All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to acriminal history investigation, and employment is contingent uponthe institution’s verification of credentials and/or otherinformation required by the institution’s procedures, including thecompletion of the criminal history check.Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employercommitted to diversity. Training Faculty and Staff on Learning Spaces TechnologiesOrganize training for Faculty, Staff, and Students. Present thetraining in person, by video, or another acceptable form ofcommunication. Create and keep up-to-date Learning SpacesTechnology training documents for the campus and InformationTechnology department. Coordinates and operates audio video campus eventsAssist with the planning and coordinating the technologynecessary for special events on and off campus. Serve as theprimary consultant and AV/IT coordinator of these events. Workclosely with the Public Relations office, Performing Arts, LiberalArts, University Center and others to coordinate these events.Attend meetings and other planning events to provide technicalskill and knowledge in regards to best practices.Perform other duties as assigned. Job TitleLearning Spaces TechAgencyTexas A&M University – Corpus ChristiDepartmentUser Support ServicesProposed Minimum SalaryCommensurateJob LocationCorpus Christi, TexasJob TypeStaffJob DescriptionService and Support for Learning SpacesHandle diagnostics and problem resolution of the campusclassroom technology, computers, and peripherals. Requestreplacement parts or equipment in order to facilitate thecontinuation of coursework in these classrooms. Consultation for Audio Visual technologiesProvide classroom technology consultation services to facultyand staff in order to improve their ability to decide on purchasingand successfully implementing new technologies. Provide testing,evaluation, and consulting on new and emerging technologies thatmay be utilized within the classrooms or various learningspaces.center_img Maintenance for AV Learning SpacesInstall and maintain technologies, as well as continue to meetthe needs of faculty as technological changes occur. Ensurecomputing systems and related equipment, within the campusclassrooms are maintained and fully functional. Maintain or repairequipment in a timely fashion. Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree.One (1) year of related experience.Additional experience may be considered as a substitution forthe minimum education requirements.Excellent presentation skills to be able to provide trainingmaterial in front of 100+ faculty, staff, or students.Coordinate large audiovisual projects with various AV vendors,contractors, architects, and consultants.Extensive experience in AV equipment troubleshooting and repairas well as software support and basic networking elements.Extensive experience with commercial sound systems,microphones, mixers, amplifiers, Digital signal processors, digitaland analog audio.Proficient using both Mac and PC computers.Demonstrated ability to manage audio and sound equipmentinventory and complete both simple and complex equipment set ups ina timely manner.Monitor, test, troubleshoot and repair audio and video systemsduring events. Preferred Qualifications:Three (3) years of Audiovisual design and installationexperience.Three (3) years of Crestron programming experience.Knowledge of American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) associatedwith classrooms.Experience with audio gain structure.Experience with PA systems.Technology Specialist (CTS) CertificationInformation Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)certification or willingness to earn the certification within thefirst year of employment. jeid-7469e9c4f1ee9049b6137adc39844037last_img read more

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Meth and Stolen Vehicle Recovered after Pursuit

first_imgWhen the Deputy attempted to stop the vehicle, the car increased speed and tried to flee from the officer.  Numerous officers were in the area and joined in the pursuit including officers from the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg and the Clarksville Police Department. The vehicle continued north on I-65 and into Scott County, eluding officers’ attempts to use Stop Sticks along the way. The passenger was also observed throwing an unknown substance out of the passenger window of the car.  Realizing the car was equipped with a subscription-based navigation and security service, Indiana State Police Dispatch contacted the service and requested the vehicle be remotely disabled. Once the vehicle was disabled, it began to slow down and safely stopped on the side of the roadway. After officers detained both occupants, the investigation also revealed meth and paraphernalia inside the car. The driver, Ryan Andrew Moody, 40, of Columbus, Indiana, and the passenger, Audrey Fay Crank, 20, of Hope, Indiana were taken into custody without incident and remanded into the Clark County Jail. They are both charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, a level 6 Felony, and Possession of Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor. Moody is also charged with Auto Theft, a Level 5 Felony, and Reckless Driving, a Class A Misdemeanor. On Thursday, September 12, 2019, Officers recovered a vehicle reported stolen out of Bartholomew County after a 10-mile pursuit crossed county lines and ended when the car was remotely disabled.Around 2:30 yesterday afternoon, a Clark County Sheriff’s Deputy advised he was northbound on I-65 near the 18 mile-marker and behind a red Chevrolet Malibu which was reported stolen earlier in the day.  last_img read more

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