We’re Recruiting: Technical Panel

Project Arts Centre Technical Panel

Project Arts Centre is updating its panel of experienced technicians to work with the Project Production Team on a casual basis in our performance spaces and in our gallery. 

The work will include get-ins, fit-ups, get-outs, and general stage work.  You may also be assigned to operate sound or lighting or to stage-manage incoming shows where the company requires in-house help.  The work will also include work in the gallery as part of the house gallery technical crew on the installation and removal of exhibitions.

The Role:
To be based on a panel of technicians to be called to work on a casual basis with our in-house technical crew in our performance spaces and in our gallery, reporting to Project’s Production Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide general technical support as required during the get-in, installation, presentation and get-outs of shows and exhibitions requiring the use of technical resources;
  • Provide preventive maintenance and improvement measures for the venues lighting, stage and sound equipment during annual maintenance programme
  • Operation of lighting, sound and AV on live events, performances and seminars
  • Installation of art exhibits and AV set-ups for the visual arts programme
  • General stage/set work involving manual handling

Desired Experience in the theatre and/ or visual arts environment
Applicants should have technical experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Stage experience in sound, lighting or stage management
  • Experience of visual art handling (installing, crating, packing etc.) and installing audio-visual equipment
  • Venue technician experience
  • Digital/AV experience
  • Willingness to work flexible hours on evenings and weekends
  • Experience of programming and operating Eos-based lighting consoles and Qlab software
  • Experience of programming and operating analogue and digital mixers (X32, M32 etc…)
  • Experience in audio-visual equipment operation, maintenance and repair
  • The ability to respond to a varying workload by managing tasks and time efficiently
  • Experience of rigging lighting, sound and audio-visual equipment
  • The ability to work at height and/or hold a current valid M.E.W.P. licence
  • A good team player and an excellent timekeeper.

Candidates should also be:

  • A good team player and an excellent timekeeper.

How to apply:
Letters of interest are to be accompanied by an up-to-date CV and the names of two referees. Please send you’re your application by email to jobs@projectartscentre.ie and address the applications FAO Joseph Collins, Production Manager.

Project Arts Centre is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Application Deadline: Friday 16th September 2022

Download the role description here.

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