Job Summary: JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for the coordination and implementation of the technical aspects for events in all conference facilities including but not limited to the Performing Arts Theater, Recital Hall, Founders Hall, Banquet Rooms, Seminar Rooms and Allen Ott Auditorium.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Setup, operation and strike of lighting systems, audio systems, and stage equipment for lectures, performances, meetings, concerts, and other events.
Record music with professional sound mixing and editing for concerts and other applicable events.
Load-in and strike for all outside groups in all theaters and lecture facilities.
Provide services for audio visual presentations including set-up, monitoring and security of equipment.
Inventory of all technical equipment in the Theatre, Recital Hall, Founders Hall, and conference center and the ongoing maintenance of these areas.
Ensure compliance with University safety practices and procedures and report non-compliance.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Ability to work independently, organize and prioritize work.
Ability to perform the essential duties of the position with or without accommodation.
Must be able to follow written and oral direction in a safe and competent manner.
Ability to work many weekends and evenings.
The ability to operate, maintain, and repair complex electronic AV systems and equipment; the ability to train staff, and see projects through to completion.
Thorough technical knowledge of analog and digital technology; and electronics; AV and video systems and equipment; advanced computer operation; and media control systems technology.
Ability to communicate effectively with diverse clientele including good written and oral communication skills and good interpersonal skills.
Must have ability to perform and manage complex and time-critical tasks with optimum effectiveness and efficiency, often in high-pressure situations.
Must be able to operate machinery, use power tools, lift heavy loads, work at heights, and drive a motor vehicle.
Experience in theatre/event technology/audio engineering preferred.
Internal Number: 208_54224
About Saginaw Valley State University
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