Serving professional communication needs worldwide since 1976, Williams AV offers Wi-Fi, digital, FM, infrared and induction loop assistive communication technologies. Our products are used in an array of professional-grade audio-visual applications, including hearing assistance, language interpretation, judicial, tour, corporate, education, government, and house of worship.
When you join the Williams AV team, you have the opportunity to build a career you can be proud of. Our people are encouraged to think differently and bring new ideas to the table to help support our rapidly growing environment. Our collaborative approach supports continuous improvement and innovation. Your passion and motivation will be supported and recognized by our leaders as you embrace the challenges and opportunities for professional development, learning and success in our organization.
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The Quality/Manufacturing Engineering Internship is designed to provide on-the-job experience by connecting academic learning with hands-on work experience in a real-world setting. This paid position will be responsible for supporting various electrical engineering projects spanning new product development and current product support, through the 12-week internship. RESPONSIBILITIES • Write standard operating procedures • Document control • Data analytics and composition • Assist Quality Manager with internal quality investigations (CAPA) • Support operations through receiving inspection, kit verification, and process control • Disposition and process of non-conforming product • Calibration of factory tools and equipment QUALIFICATIONS • Must be a student enrolled in an accredited degree program, having completed at least two full-time semesters • Basic computer skills including proficiency in
The Inside Sales Representative (ISR) will be an essential part of the North American selling team by performing a variety of duties that facilitate the sales of Williams AV products. The primary responsibilities for this important role are designed to augment the sales efforts of the three WAV National Sales Managers at each stage of the sales process to help drive revenue growth and profitability. The ISR will have direct interaction with WAV manufacturer’s representatives, systems integrators, distributors, and end-users. The ISR will have the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to motivate and manage a multi-level, B2B sales channel through the established sales team. This salaried position is eligible for incentive bonus pay upon achievement of regional sales targets
As a Senior Electrical Engineer, you will design, develop, and test electrical hardware for our assistive communication products, spending most of your time doing hands-on development. You will be a significant contributor to, and the owner of, key technical and architectural decisions. You will also contribute to and champion the modernization of our hardware development processes. You will be supported through coaching, mentorship, and training to help you thrive at Williams AV. You will strengthen our collaborative work culture by being an open and effective communicator, approaching creative conflicts with empathy, and mentoring your less-experienced peers. RESPONSIBILITIES • Lead design and development of electrical systems from concept to completion • Execute detailed circuit analysis and simulation in order to optimize
The Assembler-Level I will operate various simple machines and special hand tools under the guidance of the Production Manager. They will pack parts or products into the presentation boxes or bags per the written procedure and test parts before assembly or prior to final packaging per the written procedure. Must follow all safety rules and practices and maintain a safe, clean work environment. RESPONSIBILITIES • Products or subassemblies will be assembled in an accurate, timely, efficient manner • Ensure the quality of all products • Follow test procedures and adhere to other manufacturing documentation • Maintain a clean and safe work area • Comply with all governmental laws and regulations. • Maintain good attendance and punctuality as outlined in the
The Warehouse Attendant will pull finished goods and/or accessories to fill customer orders, including; packing, labeling and shipping. This position will ensure received shipments are verified and received according to the appropriate process. This position is responsible for pulling components to fill work orders and perform daily cycle counts. Incumbent will process shipments through the automated systems. RESPONSIBILITIES • Pack and ship all Customer Orders, according to order specifications and shipping procedure • Ship Customer Orders using the specified carrier and service, or if unspecified, by using the most cost‑effective means available • Notify the Manufacturing Manager immediately (or in their absence, the Manufacturing Team Lead) of items that are not available for shipment of Customer Orders which are in