Supervisor, Audio-Visual & Photographic Services - 6119

Class Specifications - D.15

March, 1973

Series Concept

Same as class concepts.

Class Concepts

Under direction, incumbents plan, organize, coordinate and supervise the audio-visual and photographic services for a campus; provide consultation services to departments; and perform other related duties as required.

Incumbents provide audio-visual and photographic services for a campus including the purchasing, distributing, and servicing of projection, recording, and photographic equipment; develop policies and procedures regarding the operation of the Audio-visual and Photographic Services unit; recommend new and/or expanded services, including the manner in which services are to be implemented, staff and equipment needs, and funding sources; plan and control the unit's budget; estimate and control income from recharge operations; consult with the Department of Architects and Engineers and others regarding the planning of new facilities such as language laboratories, and lecture halls utilizing projection and sound equipment; advise departments and faculty on the purchase of audio-visual equipment, use of instructional aids and techniques to meet research requirements; and supervise about 40 to 60 full- time-equivalent employees, including employees in technical areas in Photography, Electronics, Stage Production, and Audio-Visual and Recording.

Minimum Qualifications

Graduation from college with specialization in audio-visual and three years experience in the field of audio-visual services, including one year in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.