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30+ days ago

Senior Recruiter

Visuals San Francisco, CA

The Senior Recruiter will provide external recruiting staffing support to PSAV. The Manager will be responsible for providing full life cycle… Visuals

30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative; Branch Operations

PSAV South San Francisco, CA

(Weight %) Customer Service & Order Entry (50%) Provide outstanding customer service to both internal and external clients. Process PSAV hotel… PSAV

18 days ago

Assistant Director of Event Technology I

PSAV Menlo Park, CA +2 locations

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

25 days ago

Project Manager, Hotel Services - Event Technology

PSAV Half Moon Bay, CA

Event and Labor Management Schedule and supervise on-site crew including full-time and part-time employees. Negotiate rates for outside labor… PSAV

30+ days ago

Technical Specialist - Video

PSAV South San Francisco, CA

Responsible for the set up and operation of small to large-scale audiovisual systems with a focus on video, computer related disciplines for live… PSAV

30+ days ago

Director, Event Technology V

PSAV Burlingame, CA

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

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    I have been working at PSAV part-time



    As a freelance audio engineer, getting hired by PSAV ended up being a great choice. If you have experience it definitely helps because there does not seem to be a real training program in place. The work is pretty steady and flexible with decent pay.


    If you are not used to troubleshooting or working with clients face-to-face, then you may struggle at first.

    Advice to Management

    Management and employees would benefit if there were a training program in place for new hires. This should cover basics of troubleshooting a variety of gear that might make new hires experience heightened.

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