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Part-Time AV Technician
| American University Library|
United States, D.C., Washington
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW (Show on map)
|September 06, 2023|
Part-Time AV Technician
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The Audio Visual Technician assists with the setup and operation of audiovisual equipment for classes, conferences, and special events at the Spring Valley Building. The Technician also helps the office maintain staff presence by answering the SVB AV phone line and assisting with AV scheduling. This shift is Monday-Friday 8:00am-1:00pm.
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