Assist Director of Mattie Kelly Arts Center in preparing season to include production, budgets and cost analysis to satisfy requirements of technical riders and the complete schedule.
Supervise stage set-up for all events at the Mattie Kelly Arts center. This includes, but is not limited to supervision of the set-up of all equipment, lighting, sound, video where required, other special performance requirements for all rehearsals and concerts and day-to-day operations.
Determine the appropriate number of stagehands to execute the needs of all riders, load-in, rehearsals and concert/performance requirements through the payroll company.
Coordinate load-in, rehearsal, load-out and any special needs in all spaces.
Supervise or design, hang, focus, program operate and strike all lighting requirements, including all rigging and lighting board operations, as needed.
Supervise the implementation and operation of all sound requirements, including all rigging, microphone placement, monitor systems, and board operations, as needed.
Coordinate with the House Manager to maintain the starting time and intermission interval of each event.
Coordinate with costumes to determine production needs and feasibility.
Provide performers with appropriate cues as required.
Negotiate directly with the product vendors for purchase/rental of production/stage equipment.
Supervise maintenance of all Mattie Kelly Arts Center stage equipment, including but not limited to lighting, sound systems, video system, pit mechanisms, and fly system.
Update and revise inventory of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center owned production stage equipment.
Participate fully and directly in all duties and responsibilities of the production crew.
Implement safety rules in backstage area including fire and emergency exit plan for artist and production crew, clear pathways, etc.
Responsible for teaching Stagecraft, AutoCad, Lighting Design and Entertainment Crafts alternating semesters.
Responsible for the construction and budgetary planning of 2 to 3 shows each semester, summer ensemble workshop and summer musical. Duties may include design of lighting.
Responsible for organization and maintenance of the theatre construction shop and ensure a clean and safe workplace.
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Theatre preferred, plus a minimum of three years professional experience.
Experience and training must be in Technical Theatre, Shop Management, Lighting Scene Design, and Sound Design required.
Must be able to provide and supervise maintenance of theatre equipment.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills required.
Additional Salary Information: dependent upon experience level
Internal Number: PR0202
About Technical Theatre Superisor / TD
We are seeking a Technical Theatre Supervisor for the Mattie Kelly Arts Center at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida. We have a 1650 seat theater, black box and amphitheater. We are located between Pensacola and Panama City. The MFA is not required and salary is negotiable.