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Theatre Production Coordinator




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Theatre Production Coordinator

Minimum Requirements

• Bachelors Degree of Arts from an accredited college or university or related field of study

• Demonstrated proficiency in digital sound and lighting boards as well as advanced projection systems. Rigging experience. Experience with fly system. Experience with light hang, gel, focus, and programming. Experience with proper sound set up including vocal and instrumental mics with drums. Experience mixing live sound. Experience in set build and strike. Experience with supporting touring company productions.

Preferred Qualifications

• Masters of Arts or related field from an accredited college or university.

• Professional experience in a University theater setting

• Design Experience: lighting, sound, set

• Professional experience in technical theatre and/or advanced AV systems

• Certification by the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP certified rigger-theater, ETCP certified electrician - theater)


The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Manage all aspects of technical support for events on a day to day basis, including staff supervision and hands on operation:

• Lighting

• Projection

• Recording (audio/video)

• Physical layout/structures, including rigging.

• Space preparation and restore, to include clean-up

• All other technical aspects of production

• Maintain inventory of all theatrical equipment and supplies

• Stay up to date with new and emerging stage and presentation technologies


• Direct supervisor of student technical staff

• Hiring/promotions/discipline/termination

• Technical theater training including rigging, aerial-lift, and chain hoist.

• On-going skills development and evaluations

• Ensure technical student staff completes University mandated training.

• Scheduling student staff

• Provide functional supervision over front of house student staff in absence of professional front of house management.

• Provide functional supervision over hired in or temporary technical crews as assigned and/or in absence of Production Manager.

• Provide functional supervision over Production Assistant as assigned and/or in absence of Production Manager.

Advanced Scheduled Events - Post event reporting/data gathering:

• Production meetings and communication

• Event planning

• Staffing

• Post event follow-up and data collection

Maintain Safety:

• Exercise independent decision making in regard to risk management and event safety

• Ensure compliance with University policies and all local, state, and federal codes including fire safety work place safety, facilities, and equipment safety

• Ensure technical student staff completes Maxwell Theatre safety training

• Assist with inspection, repair and preventative maintenance of equipment to ensure safe operation

Work as part of the Maxwell Theatre, Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs, Augusta University team:

• Work as part of a unit to provide holistic support to events

• Participate in departmental meetings and collaborate with colleagues to accomplish departmental goals

• Assist with departmental, division, and University planning, to include committee service as required

• Assist with the purchase of supplies and new equipment

• Research possibilities for new equipment and/or purchases and provide written summaries and/or proposals

• Assist Production Manager with identifying and contacting contractors for repairs and new purchases

Assist in Day-to-Day Calendar Planning and Implementation

Other Duties:

• All other related duties/tasks as assigned.


Days/Nights and Weekends; Hours will vary dependent on events

Salary to be commensurate with qualifications of selected candidate within the established range (generally minimum-midpoint) of the position


EEO Statement:

Augusta University is proud to be an equal opportunity employer welcoming applicants from underrepresented groups, including individuals with disabilities and veterans


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Stage Technician




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Stage Technician


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Fulltime Regular

Exempt Overtime Eligible:

Overtime Eligible

Benefits Eligible: Benefit Based

Caltech is a world-renowned science and engineering institute that marshals some of the world's brightest minds and most innovative tools to address fundamental scientific questions. We thrive on finding and cultivating talented people who are passionate about what they do. Join us and be a part of the diverse Caltech community.

Job Summary

The Event Productions unit, situated within the Office of Strategic Communications, connects Caltech to the broader community and donors through the presentation of high-quality public events and programs. These programs may include the presentation of researchers and lecturers from Caltech as well as professional artists and performers from a broad range of disciplines. This Stage Technician position supports all programs held in the Caltech auditoriums and on the Beckman Mall, and is an integral member of the event production group that may be called upon to support programs, recordings, or activities important to the work of OSC more broadly. The Stage Technician will be a member of the professional staff that will perform a variety of tasks involved in stage production including; audio engineering/system set-up and support, lighting installation/focus, light board operation, follow spot operation, projection system operation, staging/equipment installation, Zoom and other virtual performance platforms, and operation for scheduled events.

This is a full-time position. The work schedule is assigned based on the event schedule. Some evening and weekend work required and some overtime is to be expected.

The successful candidate will be able to work collaboratively with team members in Event Production, Public Programming, and more broadly across OSC and campus. The ability to adeptly identify and execute the goals, objectives, and needs of an event and to execute the work in a manner that is both professional and respectful of all involved is essential.

Essential Job Duties

• Lighting support for scheduled events in the Caltech auditoriums. Work in collaboration with production staff to execute light hangs, focus, strike, and restoration of all production lighting equipment. Operate light boards for select events. Operate follow spot for select events.

• Audio support for scheduled events in the Caltech auditoriums. Work in collaboration with production staff to execute audio load-ins, sound checks, performances, strike and restoration of all production audio equipment. Operate sound consoles for select events.

• Audio/Visual support for scheduled events in the Caltech auditoriums. Work in collaboration with production staff to execute set up and operation of audio/visual equipment including projectors, computers, video playback and recording equipment, etc.

• Assist with maintenance and operation of auditorium systems and equipment including lighting, audio, rigging, staging, etc.

• Perform the physical duties necessary for the set-up and strike of all scheduled events.

• Supporting events and programming that extend outside of the auditoria but are vital to OSC and the Caltech community.

• Other duties as assigned.

• Perform work in accordance with Institute and regulatory agencies (e.g. OSHA) safety standards and practices.

Basic Qualifications

• 5-7 years of relevant experience.

• Ability to apply advanced technical skills in event support and services.

• Ability to evaluate and apply standard techniques, tools, materials, procedures and/or equipment to accomplish tasks.

• Expertise and experience in adequately troubleshooting equipment malfunctions, modifications, upgrades, repairs, etc.

• Ability to use hand tools and electronic instruments.

• Proficiency in the operation of theatrical technical equipment including lighting instruments, dimmers, follow spots, lighting control surfaces, audio consoles, microphones, wireless microphone systems, and projection systems.

• Effective problem solving and organizational skills.

• Ability to work independently and in a self-directed manner, and also collaboratively as part of a team.

• Must possess and maintain a valid California driver's license throughout the course of employment. A pre-employment background investigation is required.

• Physical strength to lift up to 50 pounds on a daily basis, including moving stage sets and props, audio equipment and lighting equipment. Agility to bend in all directions, climb stairs and ladders, squeeze with arms and hands, operate machinery, and work outdoors in all kinds of weather. Demonstrate the ability to practice and adhere to organizational values.

Preferred Qualifications

• Knowledge and experience with programming ETC lighting consoles. (ETC Ion).

• Proficiency in the operation of digital mixing consoles (Yamaha CL5, Allen and Heath GLD, Yamaha PM5D).

• Proficiency in the operation of video switchers and PowerPoint/Keynote presentation software.

Required Documents

• Resume

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Custom Framer




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In an effort to further expand The Conservation Center's Custom Framing and Fabrication Department, the company is searching for an experienced custom framer. The department provides professional matting, conservation framing, and frame repair for private, corporate, and museum clients. The ideal candidate should have the following: extremely fine manual skills; the ability to carry out projects of minor to major complexity; sound judgment; the ability to meet scheduled deadlines; and the ability to work effectively with colleagues and clients as a positive and productive team member.


  • Thorough knowledge of archival framing techniques and experience in a high-end framing environment are required.
  • The candidate must have the ability to fit custom frames, re-fit frames for paintings, perform custom hinging, hand cut matting, frame works of art on paper, create custom mounts and stands for 3-dimensional objects, and fit objects in acrylic vitrines.
  • The candidate must also be able to fabricate French and fabric-wrapped mats, as well as install fillets.
  • The candidate must be organized and possess the ability to track departmental supplies and update stock when necessary, as well as accurately track and locate items using the company's custom-built database.
  • Art handling, packing, and installation experience are each a plus.
  • Customer service experience is a plus, as the position requires meeting with clients to choose framing options on an as-needed basis.
  • A positive attitude, good communication skills, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment are all essential.
  • Some travel may be required for emergency disaster response and local on-site installations. Travel may be required at short notice and is on an as-needed basis.
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Lead Art Handler




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The Conservation Center in Chicago is soliciting qualified applicants to join the Company’s Shipping and Transportation Department as a full-time Lead Art Handler. This department provides professional art handling and installation, collection management and storage, packing, and shipping of art and antiques for corporations, institutions, and private clients. 



  • Responsible for taking the lead on day-to-day assignments when out in the field.   
  • Responsible for art handling, crating, and storage within a warehouse environment. 
  • Work closely with registrars, conservators, and sales team during the scheduling, intake, and return of artworks. 
  • Other duties and projects, as assigned. 


  • Background in an art-related field required 
  • 4+ years of preparator, art handling, and art installation experience in a museum, gallery, or similar setting required (when applying, please include at least one reference who can speak to your experience in the field). 
  • Experience driving a 24-foot box truck (no CDL required) and negotiating busy loading docks. 
  • Must have a willingness to learn some art conservation terminology and gain a basic understanding of conservation practices to be able to work collaboratively with conservation staff. 
  • The position is client-facing; therefore, previous customer service experience is necessary. Candidates must have a professional demeanor and discretion in handling accounts.
  • Must be comfortable in a rapidly moving warehouse environment with the ability to lift 50+ lbs. 
  • Must be comfortable working onsite to pack or install artworks. * 
  • Must be comfortable working in art disaster response situations where sites include structures that have suffered fires, floods, and other natural disasters. The resulting environments, while controlled, may have varying degrees of standing water, mold, soot, etc. * 
  • Ability to travel on short notice for disaster response, including weekend and overnight hours. * 
  • Must be flexible and willing to adapt to project-specific needs on a case-by-case basis. 

*Please note that The Center’s top priority is the safety of our employees and their families. Companywide policies, including social distancing and sanitization, are in effect, and employees are provided appropriate PPE. Each onsite opportunity is carefully evaluated by leadership in accordance with developing guidance from the CDC and local government. Candidates for this position should be committed to following company policies to protect themselves, coworkers, and clients. 

-Heather Becker, CEO 

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Development Associate



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$23 per hour

The International Studio & Curatorial Program is seeking a Development Associate in East Williamsburg, NY. ISCP is a not-for-profit, residency-based contemporary art center for emerging  to mid-career artists and curators from around the world. Founded in 1994, ISCP has hosted over 1,800 artists and curators from 85 countries. Please visit www.iscp-nyc.org for more information. ISCP’s Development Associate is responsible for managing ISCP’s development administration, assisting with grant writing and reporting, fundraising events coordination, and reports directly to the Development Manager and Head of Communications. The successful candidate must enjoy a fast-paced work environment with steady multitasking and problem solving.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

● Preparation of funding applications (individual, corporate and foundation), interim and  year end reporting

● Prospect research

● Assisting with fundraising events, including the planning and coordination of galas, auctions, sale of editions

● Maintaining Salesforce data on funders and grant applications

● Maintaining annual fundraising calendar

● Assisting Executive Director in preparation for quarterly board meetings

● Liaise with board and funders as required

● Communications with foreign and national funders: inquiries, correspondence


Education and Experience:

● A minimum of three years experience in development, preferably in a nonprofit environment

● Excellent writing skills, preferably with experience writing grants, grant reports, and annual appeals

● Attention to detail; ability to prioritize, problem solve, and multitask; and strong organizational skills are a must

● Understanding of fundraising needs and workflows for non-profits

● Ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects under the pressure of deadlines

● Ability to work with a team and independently in a fast paced environment.

● Bachelor’s degree or equivalent number years’ experience.

● Computer skills including Microsoft Office and G Suite

● Salesforce/database experience a plus

● Familiarity with funding landscape in NYC and beyond is a plus

● An interest in contemporary art is desirable


Position is part-time: 16 hours a week, non-exempt with an hourly rate of $23. Benefits include paid holidays, vacation, paid sick time, pro-rated health insurance, and 401k plan. Candidates will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon commencing employment.

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Activity Leader for Summer Camps in Rome






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€350 week

We are looking for enthusiastic candidates to lead our exciting English language Summer Camps in Rome. English at mother tongue level required. Possibility to continue working with us in Rome during the year.

Different starting dates possible. For weeks beginning early June until early September. 

We are looking for very friendly, energetic, organised and hardworking candidates with experience running successful workshops for children to join our wonderful team for at least two/three weeks this summer. Our Theatre Camps run for the 5-7 year olds and the 8-11 year olds. Our Summer Camps offer music, arts, games, swimming, tennis and many other fun activities to children aged from 3 to 11 years. If you like a busy and fun environment and have proven experience at leading a group of children then this job could be for you. Flexible opportunity to teach a few weeks, take one off to visit Italy and then teach again the following week. We are looking for the following characteristics:

Passionate about working with children

A very positive, outgoing disposition

Strong, and tuneful voice which can project loudly over a large room

Confident to lead a large group children with lots of singing and music

Confident to plan and deliver a fun and stimulating week long programme

“No task is too small” mentality; i.e. happy to help at all levels

Drama workshop experience a plus

Ability to stay energetic and active throughout the day

Hard-working and efficient

Excellent spoken English (some knowledge of Italian a plus)

Very reliable and trustworthy

Creative mind combined with an organised mentality

Hands on, practical approach to problem solving and tons of initiative

Great customer relations 

We can help find a room with one of our host family in Rome. This normally requires a €100 contribution for each week accommodation which would be deducted from weekly earnings. 

If you are interested to stay longer in Rome as a student we would be happy to discuss the available option with you.

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