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  • Audio Visual Technician - CTG Hospitality Group

    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
    Job ID
    Venue Name
    CTG Hospitality Group LLC
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    The Atlanta Braves and The Cordish Companies have reached an understanding for Live! at the Battery to anchor The Battery at SunTrust Park. Live! at the Battery will open along with the new SunTrust park next Spring. Live! at the Battery follows other Cordish professional sports anchored districts including XFINITY Live! at the Philadelphia Stadium Complex in partnership with the Philadelphia Flyers, Ballpark Village in partnership with the St. Louis Cardinals, and the recently announced Texas Live! in partnership with the Texas Rangers. Live! districts nationwide welcomed over 50 million visitors last year and are respected as among the leading dining and entertainment districts in the country. Live! at the Battery will include 50,000 square feet of space featuring iconic concepts and will extend into the Battery plazas as well for larger festivals and events. Concepts will include a two-level Sports & Social tavern which will feature a 40 ft in diagonal high definition LED screen as its back-drop and social games and activities of all types throughout the venue, PBR Bar & Grill (Professional Bull Riders) which has signature locations ranging from Las Vegas to Philadelphia, and an acclaimed chef-driven concept which will be announced shortly. Live! at the Battery is being designed by the internationally acclaimed Jeffrey Beers and Associates and will feature two brand new concepts being specifically created for The Battery.


    We are in search of an experienced and professional individual who could fill our current open position as Audio Visual and Maintenance Technician to perform repairs and maintenance for the common area, to also include assistance with maintaining our audio and visual needs throughout many of the Xfinity Live! venues. 


    Includes, but not limited to:


    • Set up and install equipment such as microphones, sound speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, recording equipment, connecting wires and cables, sound and mixing boards for events and functions such as concerts, meetings, and presentations. 
    • Set up and operate sound equipment.
    • Set up and operate spotlights.
    • Confer with meeting or concert director to establish cues and directions.
    • Create and install custom lighting systems.
    • Monitor sound feeds to ensure quality.
    • Ensure equipment is installed according to designated layout.
    • Test and resolve equipment issues.
    • Diagnose and correct media system problems.
    • Coordinate audio feeds with television images.
    • Mix sound inputs and feeds.
    • Fix or send in equipment for repairs as needed, and approved.
    • Clean audio and video equipment and store properly.
    • Ensure the safe transfer and shipment of equipment.
    • Maintain inventory of equipment.
    • Report all unsafe conditions or malfunctioning equipment to supervisor.  May educate and train venue staff in the safe and proper use of equipment. 
    • Respond in a courteous and prompt manner to all guest questions, complaints and/or requests to ensure strong guest satisfaction.

    • May also perform other minor maintenance and repairs and/or conduct preventative maintenance duties as needed.

    • Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other departments and venue General Managers.
    • Perform job duties with minimal supervision.


    High School diploma or equivalent plus advanced vocational training and two years of experience in audio visual and general building maintenance or construction, or equivalent combination of education and experience.   Professional certification and license may be required by State and/or municpality regulations.  Must speak fluent English.


    This job requires ability to perform the following:

    • Carrying, lifting, pushing and/or pulling items weighing up to 100-200 pounds.
    • Frequently standing up and moving about the facility.
    • Frequently handling objects and equipment to maintain the facility.
    • Frequently bending, stooping, kneeling, climbing and crawling.



    • Specialized knowledge and skills or certification within a field or discipline such as sound, televising and lighting equipment mechanics, and general maintenance.
    • Communication skills are utilized a significant amount of time when interacting with the other supervisors, service staff and venue guests.
    • Reading and writing abilities are utilized in order to document or record all tasks completed, to order supplies, to receive instructions for the day and/or to read equipment repair manuals.
    • Mathematical skills, including basic math, percentages, quantities, and variances are used frequently.
    • May be required to work nights, weekends, and/or holidays.


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