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Camera QC Technician

Location: Burbank, CA

Department: Rental - LA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

AbelCine is a full service equipment and technology provider to the broadcast, production and new media industries. We offer sales, finance, training, rental and tech services to our professional customer base with offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. We are currently seeking a Camera Quality Control Technician to join our busy Los Angeles Rental team. This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic, hard working individual to participate in our exciting and fast paced company.


This key position encompasses the following responsibilities:


  • Preparation, QC and general maintenance of digital cinema, high speed camera and other high end speciality cameras and accessories for rental sales and service
  • Mechanical and electronic troubleshooting and repair of digital cinema, high speed cameras, recorders and accessories for rental and service departments
  • Client technical support on phone, in house and on-site
  • Preparation, QC and maintenance of rental lenses
  • Custom cable assembly, product assembly and light manufacturing
  • Responsible for Rental equipment area to be clean and organized
  • Help to organize and prioritize rental check-ins and checkouts
  • Coordinate with floor techs on specific job logistics when necessary
  • Must be able to life and manipulate cases weighing up to 50 lbs


Successful applicants should possess the following attributes:


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent technical, hands on industry experience
  • 2+ years performing electronic and mechanical troubleshooting and repair on professional camera equipment; experience with live broadcast equipment, underwater housings, and high speed cameras a plus
  • Experience working in a Rental House environment
  • Ability to lift and manipulate cases weighing up to 50 lbs.
  • Skills and experience with soldering, cable assembly and light manufacturing
  • Strong experience with digital cinema formats, production, and post-production workflows
  • Knowledge and experience with professional HD camera equipment including lenses and accessories
  • Exceptional communication skills, including professional correspondence skills in order to provide excellent customer support
  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Ability to work well with clients and coworkers to hit deadlines
  • IT skills and experience with Mac OS and Windows are a must


This is a full time, non-exempt salaried position with benefits.


AbelCine offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, commensurate with work experience and/or education.


AbelCine is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting a diverse workplace.


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