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Audio Visual Technician CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 11 Feb 2021

Tip: Use the AV Technician CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Noah Moran

22 King Edwards Rd
IC22 5YR
Mob: 079 3234 5444       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am an enthusiastic, driven and tech-savvy AV Technician with more than two years of work experience in testing and installing Audio/Visual systems for a variety of different purposes. My key strengths include; exceptional knowledge of technology, excellent customer service and the immaculate presentation and delivery of digital equipment.


  • Degree in Media Production from Northampton University
  • Live Music Charity Fundraiser


2012 – 2015BA (Hons) Media ProductionNorthampton UniversityGrade achieved: [2:1]

Relevant Modules:

  • Moving Image and Creative Video
  • Television Drama
  • Audio and Special FX
  • Contemporary Hollywood

2011 – 2012
Results: Media: A English Literature: C Film studies: B
A LevelsAston College
2005 – 2011
Results: 11 GCSEs at Grades A*-C.
GCSEsAston School

Work experience

Dec 2015 – PresentAudio Visual Technician         EMS Events

Main duties performed:

  • Setting up and testing portable equipment at the client’s location of choosing, including the immaculate presentation of media apparatus
  • Providing technical support and problem solving to all visual systems
  • Training non-technical members of staff or third-party professionals on the basics of AV equipment; cameras, projectors, microphones, etc.
  • Holdings business meetings with clients to discuss their needs/requirements
  • Equipment loan and administration; ensuring all equipment hire is documented with receipt of hire, and the date of return is mutually agreed
  • Communication with the head office to confirm that all systems are operating at an exceptional standard and resolve any issues that may require attention
  • To provide the full safety guidelines and familiarise everyone with the fire exits
  • Ensuring that all equipment pass the annual safety checks
  • Regularly handling media equipment, wires, cables, etc.
  • Assisting the Marketing department with taking photographs of events
  • Assisting with organising events and stage setup
  • Performing equipment maintenance duties such as cleaning, fixing and replacing
  • Replacing bulbs, fuses, plugs and wires when necessary
  • Researching new products and ordering in stock
  • Labelling and organising equipment and devices in storage rooms
  • To maintain a smart and professional manner at all times

Feb 2015 – Nov 2015Sound Engineer Assistant       Imperial College

Main duties performed:

  • The set-up and assessment of audio recording equipment in all lecture theatres
  • Selecting specific audio equipment adjustment in order to optimise the recording of lectures, including all maintenance and repair works
  • Installation and updating of the Panopto software onto university computers for students’ access record and view lecture presentations
  • Performing general maintenance duties of media and IT equipment


  • AutoCAD course (3 days)
  • Level 2 ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence)


  • Experienced in the installation and maintenance of computers, laptops, projectors, lighting rigs, plasma screens, sound systems, VHS & digital cameras, radio microphones, CD players and other media and AV equipment and devices
  • High interest in always educating myself in the usage of the latest software and equipment to suit the client’s needs
  • Outstanding organisational skills due to the regular set up and smooth running of services provided to clients during gigs, exhibitions, events and conferences

Hobbies and interests

Due to my creative personality, in my spare time I enjoy interior design for my house, including drawing and organising the set-up of furniture. I also enjoy everything related to technology and following the latest news and events in the industry.


Mr Leon Austin
Senior AV Technician, EMS Events
Address: 28 Broad Rd, Kent, CT11 3DY
Tel: 0733 3431 3454
Email: [email protected]
Mrs Ella Hyde
IT Manager, Imperial College
Address: 7 Helena St, Maryport, M22 7YD
Tel: 0850 4312 4423
Email: [email protected]

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  • Technical abilities: You are expected to have excellent technical skills and abilities in order to become a successful Audio Visual Technician. You should dedicate a large part of your CV to convince the prospective employer that you possess these competencies, such as by giving real-world examples of your experiences with IT systems, electronics, hardware, media equipment, recording sounds and visuals, etc. These examples could be from your previous work experience, your studied and even from your hobbies and personal life.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £15.000 – £30.000
    Degree or Relevant Work Experience
    37 – 40 hours per week


  • Computing Skills
    Excellent knowledge and expertise in IT
  • Interpersonal Skills
    Excellent interpersonal skills to communicate and interact with others
  • Observation Skills
    Ability to achieve thoroughness and accuracy in a given task
  • Creativity
    Finding “better ways” of completing required tasks
  • Teamwork
    Working with people with diverse skill sets and different backgrounds
  • Troubleshooting
    Ability to identify and solve difficult problems as a matter of urgency

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