J0040362 Photographer Imaging Technician (full-time)
Kent, WA United States
January 01, 1970
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
As a trusted partner to our clients there is a requirement that our Mountaineers must be vaccinated.
Imaging Technician/Photographer, Entertainment Services
Responsible for image asset migration (digitization), restoration, remediation and reformat in the digital studio space. Coordinates and troubleshoots project assignments, communicates directly with customer/client point of contact for technical information exchange. Works with Client Services Representative, Studio Manager, Records and Customer Services to ensure receipt, tracking, and final delivery of contracted service to client. Support for Lead Image Specialist.
A. Image asset migration (digitization), restoration, remediation, and reformat in the digital studio space
B. Client communication
C. Research – format and metadata identification/verification
D. Project management, work logs, asset tracking, chain of custody, archival engineer reports for all asset production work
E. Troubleshoot, calibrate, and general maintenance/upkeep of existing equipment
F. Recommend and test new and used equipment (hardware and software) including software version, driver, and firmware update management
Functional Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies: Job requires a fundamental understanding of current and obsolete image and photographic formats and processes. Strong team and interpersonal skills are required in addition to technical and business expertise.
Nature of Impact: This position is the direct service provider to clients with direct impact on the business.
Job / Physical Requirements/Qualifications:
A. Physical Requirements: Although this is primarily a technical position, there is a minimal physical requirement to handle asset/media handling (inbounding/outbound) inventory boxes, session set-up, and hardware/scanning equipment configuration.
B. Utilization of Time and Equipment: (Allocate the % of a total day)
1. Laptop / desktop computer, telephone, scanning and digital photo work station
2. Session set-up, hardware/recording equipment configuration, handling cases, metal containers, and media asset boxes
3. Documentation: work logs, archival logs, asset inventory research, inbound/outbound, asset damage reports.