Master Electrician

Date Posted: 2019-12-07 10:00:00

Pay: $600 00 per week

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Job Description

The Master Electrician reports directly to the Production Manager and works with the Technical Director, production team, and designers to execute professional level lighting designs while maintaining an organized and efficient department. ,
Collaborate with production management, designers, and suppliers to execute designs within a given budget,
Attend all design, production, and weekly department meetings as well as designer runs and tech rehearsals. Respond to notes and questions presented in Rehearsal/Production Reports in a timely and clear manner ,
Generate and share appropriate per show paperwork,
Hang/focus/cable equipment to satisfy designs as well as perform ongoing maintenance to sustain the integrity of the design throughout run ,
Communicate effectively and considerately between Production Management, LDTC staff, Directors, and Stage Management ,
Coordinate with Education Department to create basic design for Youth Theatre Workshop performances,
Opportunity to provide Lighting Design for select production(s) depending on availability of projects and applicant\x92s interest/experience,
Exceptional organizational, communication, and creative problem-solving skills,
Ability to prioritize and multitask while maintaining rigorous attention to detail ,
Experience working with ion consoles, LED tape, moving lights, Colorsource spots and pars, hazers and foggers,
Working knowledge of general networking, ETC Net3, ETC Sensor Racks, ETC cue lights preferred,
Knowledge of DMX protocols, OSC and MIDI control,
Proficiency with QLab, Vectorworks/Lightwrite programs,
Previous experience as an ME and/or designer,
The Master Electrician is also tasked with supervising the Electrics Apprentice. Ideal candidates should have a background or interest in teaching and a passion for mentoring emerging theatre professionals. ,
Dates of Employment: May 18-August 17, 2020 (13 wk contract),
Compensation: $600.00/wk,
Housing + Travel available,
Summer Season Productions:,
WHAT WE LEAVE BEHIND (New Developmental Production MUSICAL) ,
music + lyrics by Jenny Giering,
book + lyrics by Sean Barry,
Production meetings begin: March 2020,
First Rehearsal: June 1, 2020,
Performance run: June 12 - 28, 2020 ,
by Dale Wasserman,
lyrics by Joe Darion,
music by Mitch Leigh,
Production meetings begin: March 2020,
First Rehearsal: June 15, 2020,
Performance run: July 3 - August 2, 2020,
by James Hindman,
Production meetings begin: April 2020,
First Rehearsal: July 27, 2020,
Performance run: August 7 - September 6, 2020,
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company in Silverthorne, Colorado is a professional theatre working under an AEA SPT contract. The LDTC has an annual budget of just under $2M and is committed to enhancing the quality of life in Summit County and the Colorado Front Range by providing unique and accessible cultural experiences through the Performing Arts. ,
"The Silverthorne Performing Arts Center, a newly opened $10m facility, is home to the LDTC. The SPAC is the center of arts and culture development and growth and the LDTC is the core foundation to this expansion. The LDTCs core values of integrity, impact, quality, intimacy, and diversity of programming influence all aspects of development, programming, and operations. ",
For more information, please visit our website:,
Housing and travel accommodations or travel stipends available. ,
LDTC is a proud equal opportunity employer. No person shall be excluded from the services of the organization because of race, color, religious beliefs, sex, age, gender orientation, national origin, or physical or mental disability.,
To apply:,
Please submit cover letter, resume, and references (as one PDF) via email to ,
Please include MASTER ELECTRICIAN in subject line.,
Portfolio samples and/or website links are encouraged.,
Deadline for applications: Monday, January 6, 2020 ,


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