Theatre Facilities Coordinator
The position of THEATER FACILITIES COORDINATOR is available in the Academic Affairs Department. This position is on a full-time, 12-month basis, working under the direction of the Production Manager/Technical Director.
Responsible for handling Applied Arts facilities scheduling, contracts, and serving as technical and design support for theatre events. Specific responsibilities include: creating and maintaining all scheduling for The Scott Theater, P*519 acting Studio, Rotary Amphitheatre and all associated facility event rooms; communicating effectively with college and community users of the facilities to coordinate all technical support, supervising necessary crew and overseeing successful execution of events; assuring that proper safety measures are followed by all users including but not limited to regulations implemented by the college and regulations under OSHA and NFPA electrical and life safety codes; supervising and scheduling full time Theatre Technician, part time technical theatre support and students in backstage operations; generating and overseeing contracts for theatre facilities and related areas; acting as principal technical support for theater events; arranging for additional personnel to support these events as necessary; performing, or arranging for, necessary maintenance of theatrical rigging, lighting, and sound equipment and maintaining needed stocks of theatrical supplies; providing guidance to college administration regarding upgrades and large purchases for theatrical equipment; purchasing and maintaining lighting, video, and audio gear; serving as the primary technical contact for internal and external events, determining technical and other requirements of clients; overseeing department and outside user facility operations, including event staff scheduling, space utilization, fees, box office operations, artistic services, performer accommodations, technical work and stage management and performing other duties as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree plus two years of full-time work experience in theater-related operations or production. Creativity, goal oriented, and ability to work flexible hours are required. Theater experience in an academic setting is preferred.
SALARY: Grade 9 on the 12-Month Salary Scale. Minimum to midpoint starting salary range:
$40,804 to $54,886. Includes excellent fringe benefit package.
APPLICATION PROCESS: To be considered, interested applicants must submit a cover letter to include minimum required salary and resume, postmarked by June 23, 2017 to the Human Resources Department at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, Maryland 21157 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to qualify for employment, candidates must successfully complete a criminal background check.