Seeking candidates with well-rounded production experience in broadcast environments, theaters or stadiums.
Confidently operates and maintains audio and video equipment, audio consoles, microphones, etc.
Must be proficient in identifying and resolving operational errors. Requires experience with signal routing and monitoring.
Assists the Production Manager with daily technical producing tasks and client coordination.
Communicates with respect, tact, and professionalism at all times.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Acts as a great team worker. Is competent and comfortable in a variety of crew roles, and open to learning new skills.
Depending on the specific needs of an event, they must be able to serve in roles such as technical producer, stage manager, and audio technician.
Partners with Production Manager and internal clients to understand and define the needs of each event.
Responsible for ensuring broadcast equipment is operational and properly maintained. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: projectors, screens, Crestron controls, audio and video routers, control room equipment, speaker systems and microphones.
Works to reduce downtime when equipment fails by quickly identifying problems and implementing solutions.
Works well under pressure and maintains self-composure and integrity.
Remains flexible and prepared for changes to the schedule, including working early mornings, evenings or weekends.
Quickly responds to emails, texts, and phone calls in order to provide a high standard of service.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited institution or equivalent.
Experience: 5 years in broadcast environments, theaters or stadiums
Age: 30-35 years
Language: Excellent English (both oral and written) is essential