Under general supervision, maintains and repairs a variety of microcomputers and related peripheral equipment; performs trainee level installation, repair, and maintenance work on a variety of audiovisual electronic equipment. This classification is differentiated from Microcomputer Technician in that journey level work and lead worker duties and responsibilities are not included in the Trainee classification.
1.Installs microcomputer and peripheral equipment at District sites; makes adjustments to, repairs (to the component level) and/or makes recommendations for the repair of microcomputers, including printers, disk drivers and monitors.
2.Assist in providing operating instruction to District staff; checks equipment for proper operation and maintains records of repair work; maintains parts inventory and recommends equipment and parts purchases when applicable.
3.Assembles, installs, repairs, and performs major and routine maintenance on various audio-visual equipment, including projectors, public address systems, tape recorders, phonographs, and other types of audio-visual equipment; orders repair parts.
4.Surveys causes of damage to equipment and recommends replacement if repair is not possible; maintains inventory of spare parts and reorders as needed; maintains records and files.
5.Complies with applicable state, local, and federal rules, regulations, and laws, as well as the policies and procedures of the District, including State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
6.Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with a variety of groups including teachers, students, administrators, coworkers, and others as required.
7.Demonstrates and models safe, prudent, and healthful work behaviors and practices; identifies and works toward the elimination of unsafe or unhealthful work area conditions.
8.Performs other essential job-related work as required.
Education and Experience
Demonstrated experience in the maintenance and repair of microcomputers and related equipment. Journey-level experience in the maintenance , operation and repair of a variety of electric audio-visual equipment.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of: the basic operation, maintenance, and repair of microcomputers and related equipment; operation, maintenance, and repair of various types of electronic audio-visual equipment, and of computer and electronic test equipment and tools; radio and sound theory; principles of electricity and electronic computers; record keeping; safety measures.
Ability to: diagnose and resolve problems/defects in microcomputers and related hardware, and audio-visual equipment; establish and maintain effective working relationship with all levels o District staff; understand and interpret manufacturer's maintenance and repair manuals; follow oral and written instructions and maintain files, records, and parts inventory.
Licenses and Certificates
Possession of a valid class 3 California driver's license and insurability under the District's coverage.
Work is performed primarily inside in an office environment with occasional lifting up to 30 pounds; constant exposure to moderate noise intensity level; occasional exposure to weather to and from classes.