Fanatic Wanted at Carlton Audio Visual

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by Marc Rushton

11th July, 2014

Fanatic Wanted at Carlton Audio Visual

Carlton Audio Visual, Victoria, are looking for someone to join their installation team. You’ll get a chance to work with some of the finest Hi-Fi products known to man, and in some of Victoria’s finest residences.

As an installer, you’ll help design and install multi-room, home theatre and home automation systems. The job is partly physical - you’ll pull cable, hang televisions and cut in speakers; and partly technical - you’ll configure equipment and troubleshoot problems. You’ll receive on the job training, as well as opportunities to attend industry specific training events.

You’ll need:

  • A passion for music - Music is CAV's business, and they want their customers to enjoy their music to the utmost.
  • A love of gadgets - It’s a technical world, with new gear and formats coming left right and centre. You’ll need to be able to keep up with a rapidly changing field.
  • Problem solving skills - You'll need to be able to adapt skill sets and learn on your feet to cope with ever evolving technology.
  • Personality - CAV's clients are of the utmost importance to them, and they want someone who values the importance of inter-personal relationships.

Previous experience in the Hi-Fi scene is useful, but not a deal breaker. Experience with networking, computers, home automation or soldering skills would be looked upon favourably. If you think you can add an interesting skill set to the mix, then Carlton Audio Visual is keen to talk to you.

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StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

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