Courtroom AV/Hardware Crestron Certified Programmer in Washington, DC at PAE

Date Posted: 11/15/2019

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Job Description

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Courtroom AV/Hardware Crestron Certified Programmer

  • The Crestron Certified Programmer Courtroom AV/Hardware Specialist provides technician support and services for DOJ trials.
  • Operates as a independent resource providing support and services to the trail team, court and courthouse staff, court reporters, and opposing counsel to develop plans for equipping a courtroom for a “paperless trial.” 
  • Surveys site, recommending appropriate equipment and software, taking into account courtroom layout and lighting, whatever equipment may already be available, requirements for cost sharing between the parties, requirements for portability, trial schedule, the preferences of the judge, etc. 
  • Obtains, installs, integrates, tests, and maintains equipment, cabling, and software, particularly for complex installations.


  • Must be able to obtain a government security clearance.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and execute plans for setting up “paperless trial” courtrooms. 
  • Requires outstanding oral communications skills; for example, may be required to meet with the trial team, court reporters, opposing counsel, or the judge to discuss courtroom requirements, to explain clearly the capabilities and limitations of various equipment and distribution options, and to make a compelling case for the optimum solution.
  • Needs to be able to anticipate in-courtroom problems with hardware and software so as to minimize their impact.
  • Successful candidate must have a CTS-General certification and Crestron Certified Programmer-Gold level, with demonstrated proficiency with the Crestron Toolkit.
  • Candidate must be thoroughly familiar with standard courtroom presentation software packages, such as Trial Director and Sanction. 
  • Must be thoroughly familiar with the state of the art in courtroom presentation hardware, distribution systems, techniques, and procedures.

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