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22 days ago

Director, Event Technology V

PSAV Presentation Services Burlingame, CA

(Weight %) Financial and Labor Management (20%) Manage an efficient and profitable AV and Business Center (where applicable) operation. Focus on… PSAV Presentation Services

1 day ago

Assistant Director of Event Technology I – new

PSAV Presentation Services Redwood City, CA

(Weight %) Labor Management (45%) Direct day-to-day floor operations of technicians, including set and strike (ie. audio, visual, lighting… PSAV Presentation Services

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    Unless you're in sales or a manager, this job is basically manual labor with AV.

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    Former Employee - AV Technician in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - AV Technician in Austin, TX

    I worked at PSAV part-time (more than an year)


    Opportunity to learn and expand your skills in AV/Rigging, although you won't get paid much for it. You get to witness and experience how the Customer Service Industry in hotels and venues are run, from firsthand.


    Very low pay - severely underpay their employees; inconsistent scheduling; They overhired too many people as well as swallow smaller companies in nonstop mergers, therefore adding more unemployed, underemployed employees to their workforce. They pay and schedule (outside) freelance AV techs way more than they do their own employees. No advancement or growth, except for management, no benefits or perks. And if you are one of the lucky few who receive regular full-time hours, your schedule changes weekly and are discouraged from pursuing other (freelance) opportunities outside of PSAV. Company culture and morale is very poor. The only ones who are doing in this company - middle management (Directors etc.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do better. Change the culture and the way you you do business with your employees.

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