Audio Visual technician salary:
Audio Visual technician are experts in recording presentations and meetings with cameras, manage amplifiers, operate spotlights, coordinate graphics and help in providing various other technical support.
There are no such standards of education but a low level technician must have high school education, some techs go for a diploma course while some audio visual technicians acquire a bachelor’s degree to cross the steps and achieve the high levels of success and opportunities. Education period of audio visual technicians vary from 6 months to 2 years depending on the area of specialization.
Audio visual technician salary 2011:
- Audio visual technician salary ranges from minimum $9.93 to maximum $24.39/hour and they work for 40 hours a week but the average in most states is $15.54 per hour.
- Maximum Audio visual tech salary ranges between, minimum $24,690 to maximum $56,755/year, while in some states its average is $39,650 to $40,180.
- Bonus ranges from, minimum $100 to maximum $5,000 per year and overtime ranges from, minimum $14.09 to maximum $35.05 per hour.
Time Period Required for Obtaining Maximum Salary:
Technicians with higher education and having years of experience are paid more salary and bounses including medical allowances, home allowances, travelling allowances and educational scholarship for kids. By attaining short courses a technician can enhance his salary and can enjoy the greater side of life.
Audio visual technicians have to deal with various processes such as: transport, assembly, and maintenance and repairing of all the audio visual equipments. He also has to deal with cameras, lights, speakers, and amplifier and have to use different software’s for copying, and editing graphics. They may also have to copy, edit, and store audio video tapes for various order supplies and inventory tracks. They may have to work for various sports events, business meetings, news conferences and presentations.