Payroll Title: UCP V
Class Code: 0515-9085
Job Family: COM
FLSA Code: E
Under the supervision of designated supervisor, coordinates and supervises the production staff and acts as a production technician when necessary.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Coordinates preparations for scheduled events such as performance and rehearsal spaces, production schedules, calendars and budgets.
- Supervises production staff and student workers; plans work schedules and establish task priorities for the production staff.
- May draft and post calendar notifications of performances on email social media and other public communications platforms.
- May compile and print program information collected from performers, student writers and student designers.
- Serves as primary on‑site contact for local and visiting technical personnel concerning the proper use of facilities and equipment by those personnel.
- Purchases materials for productions utilizing a departmental issued pro-card; may manage operating budgets.
- Works as production technician with visiting groups as necessary including the operation of light and sound systems and stage management.
- Aids performers and acts as a representative of the theater management to users of the facility.
- Monitors the condition of equipment and production systems; initiates corrective action if possible or reports needed assistance if action is beyond the scope of the position.
- Designs and follows through in‑house renovations of state systems.
- Assists with facility maintenance, especially stages and support areas, and aids maintenance staff if necessary.
- May perform box office duties including selling tickets and accounting for ticket sales.
- Performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in technical theater or equivalent training and experience.
- Three to four years professional experience working with performers of all disciplines, including supervisory experience.
- Demonstrated ability to plan and schedule for the technical production of events.
- Knowledge of particular application of theatrical equipment, including sound and electrical systems.
- Willingness to work irregular and flexible hours.