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Overhire Stage Technician- Lighting

Website Lone Tree Art Center

Safety Standards: Our company uses the Community Standards for Theatre for Colorado

Position Title Stage Technician – Lighting
Location Lone Tree, CO
Salary $20.00 – $22.00 per hour
Job type on call

Work is performed at various hours throughout the day, from early morning to late at night, and variously throughout the week. Work commitment can range from a few calls a few times per season to more regular scheduling, based on availability, experience, compatibility and scheduling needs.

Job category Arts and technical
Expected to hire within 2 to 4 weeks
Number of openings for this position 1-3

The LTAC Production Team is responsible for the production implementation of all events, rehearsals, and some productions which occur at the Lone Tree Arts Center‘s venue in Lone Tree, Colorado. These facilities include our 500-seat theater, an adaptable 200 seat event hall, and a 350-seat outdoor terrace theater.

This on-call position is responsible for implementing stage lighting, handling all production equipment and tending to facilities technology needs. Stage techs set up, operate, and take down equipment and material under the supervision of the Technical Director.

The following essential job functions and examples of duties are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive.

Set up, operate, and maintain Lighting Equipment & Systems. May be asked to assist with same for:Sound, video and/or rigging equipment & systems
Load ins and out of scenic & event space equipment
Program, run and busk on ETC light boards, including designing cues.
Perform basic trouble shooting on faulty equipment.
Run a followspot.
Build and troubleshoot lighting practicals
Assist clients & invited groups with production related needs.
Perform basic facility maintenance. (ex. Paint deck, replace house lamps, touch-up wall paint, etc.)
At least one year of experience or equivalent educational training in event lighting and basic knowledge of additional areas of live event production; audio, rigging, video, wardrobe, props, or carpentry.

Must have knowledge of safety procedures relative to working in a theatrical & construction environment.
Knowledge of theatrical stage practices.
Knowledge of stage lighting instruments.
Basic knowledge of video equipment & Microsoft Power Point.
Basic knowledge of stage carpentry.
Knowledge and ability to operate and maintain follow spots.
Basic knowledge of digital audio mixers, amplifiers, and speakers.
Knowledge of counterweight fly systems and their associated hardware, as well as safety procedures.

Position requires constant standing, sitting, walking (2-3 miles), climbing, bending, twisting, stooping, squatting, reaching, lifting (min. 50 lbs.), pulling, pushing (up to 200 lbs.), uses wrist motion and finger dexterity, eye/hand coordination, sees, hears, and talks.
Requires planning, agility, balance, coordination, accuracy, patience, working rapidly, good memory.
Ability to perform various tasks under adverse/hazardous conditions, work within tight deadlines, amid distractions, listens well, follow directions, attention to details, and distinguish colors.
Work performed primarily in a climate-controlled environment, but occasionally done outdoors, exposed to the elements.
Hazards: Exposure to high electrical amperage (400 amps), hot instruments, explosive bulbs, moderate to high levels of noise, theatrical lighting, stage and area smoke, cleaning chemicals, dust particles.
Work in dimly lit or dark areas, on various flooring surfaces, with different materials and fabrics.
This role is subject to background check, drug screen and DMV check.

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