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CAREERS

As Advance Sound Company continues to grow, adding professional and talented associates is always a consideration. If you would like to explore matching your skills and background with our plans for the future, you are strongly encouraged to contact us. All inquiries will be kept in strict confidence.

 

Please mail, fax or email your resume along with a letter detailing why you would be an excellent addition to the Advance Sound Company family to the following:

Advance Sound Company

157 Rome Street

Farmingdale, New York 11735

Tel: (631) 667-0973

Fax: (631) 667-9117

 

When referring to any potential employment opportunities, Advance Sound Company strongly asks you to not contact any department by telephone.

 

Open Management and Administrative Positions

 

Advance Sound Company uses a variety of means to advertise current management and administrative position openings.

 

SHOP AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN / ELECTRICIAN

More information to follow

 

MARKETING INTERN

Duties and Responsibilities

- The student must be a current college student or recent college graduate seeking internship experience

- The student must be a business major (with a preferred emphasis in Marketing / Marketing Communication)

- The student will be required to participate in 20 hours of work per week (approximately 3 business days

- The internship will last for a period of ten weeks and extension of time will be granted based on the mutual agreement of Advance Sound Company and the student

- The student must complete a five page single spaced paper on the topic of the summer, to be determined by Advance Sound Company and the Marketing team

- Complete a project of the student's choice that can be used to assist Advance Sound Company in their marketing initiatives

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (established by supervisor)

- The student should have completed a marketing principles or marketing foundation class

- The student should be knowledgeable in programs such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Students wishing to hybridize their experience with advertising should have basic knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite

- Attention to detail

- Ability to establish priorities

- Effective oral communication skills

- Ability to travel by any mode when needed

- Ability to adhere to safety rules and company policies

 

Credentials and Experience

- Common sense

- Reading and writing proficiency

- A good attitude and patience to work through the ranks and personally excel

- A desire to work with the Marketing team on branding initiatives

- A desire to meet with management on a weekly basis to discus the experience, work on interview preparation, and management techniques

 

Entry -to- Mid-Level Audiovisual Technicians Always Encouraged to Apply

 

Advance Sound Company is always interested in receiving resumes from entry -to- mid-level audiovisual technicians for current openings, future projects or simply to have you in mind when the time is right. Please review the position descriptions below and if interested please mail, fax or email us (Word or pdf files please) a cover letter detailing your interest and qualifications along with your resume.

 

ENTRY LEVEL TECHNICIAN

Duties and Responsibilities

Perform assigned work in the assembly and installation of equipment

Work in an organized manner around production lines

Travel to job site as required

Travel locally as required for parts purchase or return

Work closely with level I and II technicians, communicate with all co-workers

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (established by supervisor)

Ability to adopt training specifically in order to be able to read wiring diagrams (one lines)

Ability to read prints and wire lists

Attention to detail

Ability to establish priorities

Effective oral communication skills

Must be able to use tools (for wiring and installation)

Ability to travel by any mode when needed

Ability to adhere to safety rules and company policies

 

Credentials and Experience

Common sense

Reading and writing proficiency

A good attitude and patience to work through the ranks and personally excel

At least three professional references that can attest to your ability to communicate and function within a business environment

 

AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN I OR II - (classification depends on experience)

Duties and Responsibilities

Perform assigned work in the assembly and installation of electronic equipment and the wiring of rack systems

Provide assistance to technical support team in the operation and testing of systems

Work in an organized manner around production lines

Travel to job site as required

Travel locally as required for parts purchase or return

Communicate with all co-workers, be willing to learn as well as teach

Prepare for and assume the invested training will be utilized in crew or team leadership of some sort

Maintain as-built inventory and submit orders for needed materials

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (established by supervisor)

Ability to read wiring diagram (one lines), prior experience with one lines preferred

Ability to read schematics, prints and wire lists, prior experience with drawings essential

Technical ability and attention to detail

Ability to establish priorities

Effective oral communication skills

Must be able to use tools (for wiring and installation)

Ability to travel by any mode when needed (possibly for extensive periods of time)

Ability to adhere to safety rules and company policies

 

Credentials and Experience

High school diploma or equivalent

Knowledge of A/V wiring and rack assembly

A good attitude with patience to work through the ranks and personally excel

At least three professional references that can attest to your ability to communicate and function within a business environment