The Facilities Manager/Technical Director provides technical support for a wide range of events including dance, theatre, and music touring groups, lectures, ceremonies, conferences, etc., in the Randolph Centre for the Arts, Randolph Theatre, Annex Theatre, studios and tutorial rooms.
As Technical Director, this role assists with the recruitment and oversight of technical crew and overhires; trains and leads paid and volunteer technical staff; maintains equipment and keeps inventories; provides instruction and technical assistance for rental and student productions; and performs other duties as assigned. This position requires crew leadership and hands-on work. Duties include, but are not limited to, set construction; event set-up/load-out; rigging, lighting, and sound production; set-up/tear-down of sets; and video recording.
In the capacity of Facilities Manager, this role will ensure continuity in building operations and maintenance, theatrical equipment and utility services and maintenance service contracts. This role will manage all maintenance personnel and finances, and ensure consistent and effective maintenance programs, policies and procedures to comply with legislative codes and standards and reduce the organization’s exposure to risk. In addition, this role will perform routine building maintenance tasks as necessary throughout the building. The Facilities Managers is a self-starter, comfortable working on their own as they move through plans and projects.
You will work closely with the ED, Rentals Manager, and Production Manager on the delivery of capital initiatives and programs. The position is salaried, full-time (40 hours per week), with flexible hours. Some evenings and weekends may be required.
Please submit your application by emailing your cover letter and résumé to email@example.com.
Randolph College for the Performing Arts is an equal-opportunity employer, committed to reflecting our city’s and country’s diversity. We encourage Canadians of all backgrounds to apply.
Posted by: Randolph College for the Performing Arts
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