United Kingdom
Vacancy Type
About The Role


Supporting the requirements of the company by providing maintenance support of Audio Visual and Video Conferencing equipment and systems at various Client’s offices onsite.

Covering the Onsite Technician’s holiday, sickness and absence leave.

  • Provide AV/VC support to our clients, their staff and external clients
  • Set up, operate and maintain AV/VC equipment
  • Adaptable to working as part of a permanent based AV team or working on a lone site independently
  • Supporting end users as requested by the Client
  • Event support including set up and operation of PA systems, VC System, projection systems etc. This could be in small Event environments or full auditorium setups.
  • Any admin processing that may be required
About The Candidate


  • Ability to operate Videoconference hardware (Microsoft teams, Skype, Cisco, Webex, Poly etc) and to troubleshoot any potential issues relating to audio feedback, no video etc.
  • Proven experience in operating PA, projection and room control/booking systems (Crestron/AMX/ Crestron touch Panels etc)
  • Proven experience with digital mixing desks, vision mixers and camera controls 
  • Excellent IT knowledge.
  • Maturity, especially when under pressure and being able to maintain excellence in Customer Service with clients of all seniority levels.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills. The nature of this role involves last minute requests and as such, flexibility is also a key attribute.
  • Ability to impart knowledge to those less skilled.
  • To work well as part of a small team or on your own.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • InfoComm CTS certification would be advantageous
  • Manual handling tasks will be required when necessary for moving equipment


Highly proactive with good technical understanding and experience of all AV/VC technologies applied to corporate environments. The candidate would have industry recognised AV qualifications, a polite manner and good communications skills. The individual will be well presented with a friendly, outgoing personality with an upbeat attitude. The ideal candidate will be willing to take almost total ownership of the systems and maintain them accordingly and will be willing to get involved and strive to exceed expectations at all times. The candidate must also have good administration skills and possess a sound knowledge of computer technology, PC applications and networking.

This role requires travel to various sites within London, varying shift patterns and flexibility to amended schedules around a reactive service.

About Kinly:

At Kinly we believe working together is the most exciting thing in the world. In the modern workplace, we enable people to share, discuss, and truly work together with videoconferencing, AV- and Smart technologies. For us, it doesn’t stop with technology, we will be there, every step of the way to help People work smarter, in different places and spaces.

Our ambition is to be the Thought Leader and Market Leader in our targeted verticals and markets. We are already No. 1 in our European, UK, Dutch and Norwegian regions, and now a Global Top 3 company in our industry. From 20 offices around the world our 1,200 employees serve more than 2500 Clients ranging from innovative startups to Fortune 500 companies and Governments, in over 125 countries.

Kinly believes the key to success lies in the skill and passion of our people; Our values, being Passionate Innovators, Reliable Professionals and “In it Together” are all about how we build a culture to make our Brand Promise come true:

Working together.



Equal Opportunities:

Kinly is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, age, gender identity, pregnancy, colour, race, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, religion or any other ‘protected characteristics. We welcome your application.