The knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this position:
The Stage Carpenter/Production Manager will work with arts faculty, admin team, and events team to develop a Theatre Facility Usage Calendar that includes: necessary production timelines and installation windows for each production, green room, lobby, and stage availability for classes, assemblies, presentations, and scheduled CSS in-house events.
The candidate will be responsible for building production sets, assembling sets, supervising and maintaining the scene shop itself, including tools and equipment, inventories, and safety equipment, connecting with scenic/lighting overhires to stay informed of updates on inventory/infrastructure needs, communicating cleaning/ building repair needs and problems to Facilities Manager, maintaining a schedule of safety inspections of theater systems, maintaining areas (stage, shop, green room, prop storage, scenic, lobbies, and stairwells) in order to comply with fire inspections, and keeping a clean and safe work environment at all times.
The candidate will
build set pieces for CS, MS, & US productions as needed in collaboration with theatre directors
define/design each production scope of work with the Teacher-Director keeping the parameters of stock pieces, available materials, time-line, budgets, labor availability at the forefront.
define a production schedule, materials budget, and labor budget for each production.
hire, contract, and pay scenic and electric overhires following required CSS business office practices.
manage scenic and electrics overhire schedule to maximize space, time, budget, and access
be responsible for ordering, purchasing, and delivering any specific materials needed to support the project
manage receipts and required paperwork of all production purchases/labor expenses following CSS business office practices, requests, and requirements.
keep theatre budget records up-to-date and available to the Arts Department Chair
manage all strikes and changeover
be directly responsible for the restock/restore after each production in the shop, scenic, prop and storage pod areas
be directly responsible for ensuring that the existing organizing infrastructures in the shop, scenic, prop room and storage pod are well maintained.
This position is a part-time position with a salary of up to $15,300 annually based on skills and experience.
About The Colorado Springs School
Set on a beautiful 28 acre campus at the foot of Pikes Peak, The Colorado Springs School (CSS) serves a population of approximately 300 boys and girls, age 3 through grade 12, preparing them to think independently and to meet the challenges of a dynamic world with leadership, ingenuity, problem-solving skills, and personal integrity. CSS is unique in its emphasis on project-based learning which incorporates local, regional, national, and international field studies. Through small classes and close relationships with experienced, supportive, and passionate faculty, CSS has prepared students for advanced study since 1962.
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