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ICC recruiting Senior Audio-Visual Technician


Hague, Netherlands, 03 February 2014


Contract Duration: General Temporary Assistance until 31 December 2014, with the possibility of extension, subject to availability of funds and in accordance with the duration of the project permanent premises. Probationary period may be applicable.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Information and Communication Technologies Section provides information systems solutions and infrastructure services to all organs of the Court. The Section installs and maintains information systems that take advantage of continuous development in the information technology and audio visual sector. The services are targeted towards the core processes of the Court and to maintain business continuity. 

Within delegated authority and under the Supervision of the Head of IT Operations Unit, the Senior Audio-Visual Technician is responsible for the management of technical audio visual services within the ICC, which includes the courtroom camera and camera robotics systems, digital congress audio & interpretation systems and the video delay, production, distribution, and Video conferencing systems.

The Senior Audio-Visual Technician will be responsible for:

  • Plan AV activities and supervise the AV team;

  • Design, develop and implement of new or revised procedures in support of ICC courtroom operations. Support, repair, upgrade and monitor audio visual services in accordance with ICC requirements

  • Arrange procurement for the ICT AV team;

  • Assist Public Information and other ICC sections for non-court AV related activities including AV support for press conferences, training, plenary sessions and events;- Maintain the video streaming equipment and provide basic network support when required;

  • Work closely with the court management video directors and perform redactions of video and audio information as required;

  • Works with contractors assigned to the unit, in terms of equipment repair, support and maintenance;

  • Manage equipment selection process and configuration/changes of the courtroom audio visual setting;

  • Provide assistance to the AV design team for the permanent premises project as required;

  • Performs other duties as required including travel to locations outside the duty station when required.

Technicians are expected to work a flexible shift pattern which will involve some evenings and occasional weekend work.

Deadline:  9 February 2014

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