Indiana University

Human Resources

The following position reporting to Bev Teach, Manager, Learning Environment Technology & Design, is being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at
Refer to job number #9801.

Principal Learning Environment Analyst Engineer - PA4IT

Independently provides project leadership and performs highly specialized technical tasks to develop, design, and deploy integrated AV/IT systems in learning and collaborative environments system-wide in keeping with the academic, administrative, research and information technology missions of the university. Learning Technologies AV/IT Systems include but are not limited to: analog and digital presentation display technology, videoconferencing, hardware and software control systems, control systems programming, security, digital streaming, and infrastructure. Develops plans for the creation of new and renovated learning environments system wide with special emphasis on the technology infrastructure, room design, ergonomics, and application of technology. Administers/oversees construction work and installation to ensure project specifications are followed and quality control is maintained.

REQUIRED: Bachelor's Degree in a related field and five years applicable work experience in direct systems support.

Combinations of related education and experience may be considered at a 2:1 ratio

Qualified applicants must possess the following: Crestron control system certification, Extron Global Viewer Configurator certification, and ICIA-CTS certification. Additionally, applicants must possess experience actively programming within the last two years.

Demonstrated ability to program multimedia control systems; design complex integrated AV/IT systems; and develop, plan, and coordinate system-wide hardware/software changes and other large-scale projects; and excellent understanding and proficiency with a wide range of information technology tools and topics.

In depth understanding of analog and digital electronics and multimedia systems including: audio and video systems technologies such as projectors and other display devices; routing systems; audio systems; echo cancellation; camera, lighting and microphone systems; and room control systems. In depth knowledge of videoconferencing codecs, audio, and camera control.

Ability and willingness to work in a collaborative team environment where knowledge, code and effort are shared among colleagues. Excellent problem solving skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, and a strong customer service attitude.

Preferred: ICIA CTS-I and/or CTS-D or equivalent certifications.

Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment institution.