Production Jobs

Looking For A FUN & EXCITING Job? With FLEXIBLE Hours?

The Monument is seeking fun and flexible individuals for our staff, for various shifts. We are a fun group of people who enjoy our jobs every day and want YOU to become a part of our team. Only great attitudes need to apply!

The Monument is an Equal Opportunity Employer!

 

PART-TIME STAGEHANDS

Individuals will assist in light, sound, and stage set up for concerts, dance shows, theatre shows, lectures and other events as needed. The number of hours and distribution of hours varies depending on the production schedule. Prior production or theatre experience is a plus, but not required.

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Summary
This position provides assistance and support during various events at The Monument. This is a part-time non-benefited position. Days and hours vary. Work schedule and hours are event-driven.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following; other duties may be assigned:

  1. May unload and reload trucks, including pushing and pulling gear up and down ramps.
  2. May assist in setting up lighting, audio, staging and/or visual media systems.
  3. May assist in sewing and/or altering wardrobes.
  4. May assist in various aspects of the set-up and tear down of events or shows.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Age Requirement: Must be age 18 or older

Physical Demands:  Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.  Will perform manual labor to include lifting, pushing and pulling up to 50 pounds, including lifting overhead.  Must be able to pull using cables and ropes.  May be required to balance, kneel, stoop and bend.  

Work Environment:  Will work primarily indoors and the noise level is usually moderate to loud.  Will be exposed to electronics, sewing supplies, large groups, heights and moving vehicles. May be exposed to cleaning or other chemicals.

PART-TIME RIGGERS

The Monument Rigger provides clients with technical and production support assisting with all aspects of entertainment rigging related to a production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept and adhering to Best Practice Safety Standards.
 

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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 
 Essential duties and responsibilities include the following, other duties may be assigned:
 
Rigger I:

  1. With supervision, actively participates in the set up and tear down of all rigging systems and other applicable gear for concerts, touring shows, lectures/seminars, banquets, conferences, expos, meetings, receptions, weddings, etc.
  2. Responsible for compliance with the safety and security procedures and for continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the rigging department and overall production.
  3. Work with others in the completion of assigned tasks to achieve effective time and resource utilization.
  4. Provide in-house technical production assistance to renters.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Understand safety aspects of hanging loads.
  2. Knowledge of basic rigging hardware terms and processes.
  3. Ability to tie knots: Bowline, clove hitch, half hitch, figure 8.
  4. Understand proper use of all arrest systems.
  5. Ability to understand emergency response guidelines.

Preferred qualifications: Entertainment production related certifications or training will be given preferred consideration. These include: ETCP Electrician, ETCP Arena Rigger, ETCP Theatre Rigger, SPRAT, Lodestar, Columbus-McKinnon.
OSHA 10 & 30 hour general industry or construction certificates

Union: IATSE - International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees

Position Details:

This is a part-time non-benefited position.
Days and hours vary.
Work schedule and hours are event-driven.

 

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

 The Production Coordinator is responsible for providing facility technical support, including, but not limited to sound, video, computer graphics, and lighting work utilizing The Monument’s systems for shows and events. This includes the setup, programming, operation, tear down and maintenance of all communication,, sound lighting, video production, and visual effects. Hours and shifts will vary. 

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintains, repairs and inventories all stage lights, spotlights, video and sound equipment both analog and digital, including microphones, speakers, amplifiers and others.
  • Sets up and operates house sound systems, LCD projectors and all sports
  • Acts as house technician on large events, such as conventions, trade shows, and sporting events.
  • Provides in-house technical production lighting, video, and sound assistance to renters.
  • Upgrades and improves sound, video, and light systems. Trains stage crews.
  • Cleans and maintains stage area and control rooms.
  • Performs stage work, sound, video, and lighting operations pertaining to lessees using the facility.
  • Produces, maintains and monitors the audio/visual coverage for events utilizing the various electronic communications systems, including tickers, replay screens, scoreboards, marquees and related equipment.
  • Identifies and solves technical programs related to the presentation of events held at the facility.
  • Completes necessary reports.
  • Performs applicable duties of The Monument Stage Manager in Manager’s absence.

ABOUT YOU

Are you ready for a high energy, fast-paced, and multi-tasking position within the entertainment/convention industry?  We are looking for a dedicated production manager that has experience in sound, lighting plots, and show rigging.  Someone who is creative and able to adapt to meet the needs of the client. 

Our ideal candidate will:

  • have the ability to communicate throughout all levels of the organization
  • be adaptable and can think on their feet
  • be willing to accommodate to a flexible work schedule as nights and weekends may be required.

We understand your time is valuable, so we encourage you to apply if you possess the following minimum requirements: 

  • Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school in technical theater, stagecraft, product, or related field and 
  • (4) four years related experience and/or training experience in the technical operations of a public assembly facility such as The Monument, arena, or concert facility, including the repair, maintenance and installation of stage lighting, sound, video production and rigging.