An integrator, much like the title suggests, is tasked with making multiple elements work together as one cohesive system. A key technical role, an integrator also has essential responsibilities in project coordination, especially focused on project sites around the world. As the final step in the project process, integration is key to high-quality delivery before system handover to the client. An integrator exists on the uniquely TAIT line between technology and art, helping to create the best shows and spectacles in the world.
An associate integrator is the first step in the integration career path, generally an entry-level role or a starting point from another TAIT department. The focus of the associate level is training, growth, ensuring the role is a good fit, and helping with project tasks as assigned. One the of the defining differences between associate integrator and integrator is the ability to lead a project, not just part of a project.
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