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AV/IT Manager

The role…

At Soho House, the IT/AV Technician plays an integral part to ensure member, guest and staff have technically sound and functioning property. As the AV Technician, you will mix soundboards, play video recordings, enhance lighting, support IT, and coordinate graphics.

A successful IT/AV Technician is cool-headed, self-motivated, can think quickly on their feet and thrive in a fast-paced environment. This role embodies an unconventional workday and may require, nights, and weekends to support screenings and large-scale events. We hope you’re a critical thinker with great people skills and a knack for making things work!

Main Duties.

  • Daily support for audio, visual, IT related troubleshooting and partnering with the events team to ensure lighting, sound, music and all other variables are set-up, secured and prepared prior to guests’ arrival
  • Respond to guest’s needs in a timely matter and quickly provide solution or alternative option that can enhance one’s experience
  • Properly communicate, document, and advise on all project that are in process, complete or require outside support
  • Maintain safe standards, in addition to a clean, organized, and stocked work area and consistent high-quality service throughout the property
  • Monitor in house equipment and usage as well the presentation, preparation, repair and dispatch of films is effective, cleaning and maintenance of projection equipment, diagnose and solve problems, liaising with Service Engineers and Contractors as appropriate
  • Liaising with in-house couriers, print managers and keep up with technical developments in relation to cinema and multi-media equipment, systems, etc. and technical training opportunities.

Required Skills/Qualifications

  • 1+ years related experience, Computer Science or related Degree preferred.
  • Detail oriented and ability to multitask, under pressure and trouble shoot quickly in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be familiar with Digital Projection Equipment. Christie 35MM Projector, HD & Betacam. Dolby Audio Processors.
  • Technically competent and confident to support computer, Internet, software and network security needs
  • Experienced with AV lighting, sound, electronic, repair, installation of AV equipment and adhere to local process
  • Flexible schedule to work night and weekends as needed
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of all aspects of all building Multi-media (including sound systems, DJ decks, mixing board & consoles, phone systems and IPTV infrastructures) equipment and technical specifications.

Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to seize, grasp, turn and hold objects with hands.
  • Must be able to work on your feet for at least 8 hours.
  • Fast paced movements are required to go from one part of the club to others.
  • Must be able to move, pull, carry, or lift at least 40 pounds.
  • Occasionally kneel, bend, crouch and climb as required.

Why work with us...

Soho House offers competitive compensation packages that feature global benefits and perks. Whether you’re seeking entry-level employment or a new opportunity to expand your profession, we offer training to develop the technical and managerial skills necessary to enhance your career.

  • Career Development: Soho House can progress your career domestically or internationally as well as managerially or technically
  • Soho Impact: Empowering the Soho House Community to make positive change, through mentoring, apprenticeship, local outreach and sustainability
  • Learning & Development: An extensive range of internally and externally run courses are available for all employees.
  • Cookhouse & House Tonic: Celebrating our passion for food and drink. Check out our monthly calendars and get involved in trips, trainings and events. Available to all.
  • Team Events: From fitness sessions to cinema screenings and art classes, each month we hold a series of fun events which you can sign up to.
  • Team Meal: Whilst on duty in our Houses & Restaurants you will be provided with a substantial meal free of charge.

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