Master Technician, Terrace Theater
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The Kennedy Center Production Operations Department seeks a technician with a thorough working knowledge in all areas of technical theatrical production. The position is Master Technician, Terrace Theater. Applicant must have a minimum of five years’ experience as a technician and programmer in: lighting, video, and audio, have solid working knowledge in: stage carpentry, basic computer networks, setting up bands, Orchestras and mounting of theatrical productions. Applicant must have working knowledge of modern stage technology and procedures. Applicant must be familiar with the safe working procedures of a stage and its related tools and equipment as well as safe working procedures in a production environment. This position is one of the two “staff” recognized positions in the Terrace Theater as defined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between The Kennedy Center and I.A.T.S.E. local #22. This position is a full time, hourly position with benefits, vacation, and sick leave.
Duties and Responsibilities:
100% As JFKC Master Technician, Terrace Theater, will work as a team member and partner with the other member of the basic crew scheduling, loading in, setting up, rehearsing, taking down and loading out productions. Master Technician will need to act as a leader to any over-hire employee’s referred to work in the Terrace Theater by I.A.T.S.E. local #22. Master Technician will work with visiting “Road Crews” and Kennedy Center Programmers, to safely and efficiently schedule, lay-out and plan all aspects for the mounting of productions, visiting and produced in the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater. Master Technician will work with Production Management assuring technical needs of “tech riders” are fulfilled and/or assessing and creating schedules and plans of productions technical needs. Master Technician will perform maintenance on theatrical systems in the theater, when not working on productions. Master Technician will perform other work as assigned and defined in the CBA.
Minimum Skills and/or Knowledge Required
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