| Description: This full-time staff position is primarily responsible for technical service and coordination of multimedia event support needs for a multipurpose performing auditorium/stage facility complex. The team member in this role also provides AV support for other large-venue campus spaces including the chapel and arena, assisting with their staging, projection and lighting needs, as well as maintenance, repairs and media upgrades. This technician coordinator works closely with the Media Services Event Support Team Lead to provide comprehensive coverage of campus events. He/she serves as the lighting and master theater electrician for Media Services. |
Routine tasks include assisting with training and leading a diverse team of student technicians; providing oversight of student techs during facility maintenance hours; supervising the multimedia components of campus events, including chapel services, worship events, drama productions, band and orchestra concerts, dance shows, high-profile lectures, guest artist performances, student talent shows, and summer conferences; ensuring quality control of services rendered both via on-site supervision and post-event feedback mechanisms; maintaining, repairing and organizing AV systems.
Requirements: The successful candidate will have a Bachelor degree in a related field or commensurate technical experience, demonstrating significant live production expertise with DMX light programming, projection, sound and video. He/she must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to interact on a professional basis with a wide range of constituents, particularly in planning and executing technical design needs for events. Candidate should be able to maneuver heavy objects and work with heights and confined spaces for event setup/teardown needs; he/she should also be comfortable with personal computers in a Windows environment and have fluency in Microsoft Office. Working knowledge of digital audio mixers, ETC lighting products and practical experience with lighting are strongly recommended. Familiarity with digital projection tools, worship presentation software, CAD, video production/editing (Adobe Creative Suite), audio engineering, Crestron control systems and other AV tools is also preferable, along with a history of basic hardware repairs, cable soldering/wiring skills and any additional technical certifications. Candidate must be able to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends year-round, to accommodate campus event schedules and program needs.
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About Grove City College: Founded in 1876, Grove City College stands on its founding ideals of faith and freedom, made possible by an unwavering commitment to Christian principles and rigorous academics at a price within the reach of families with modest means. The College, located 60 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA, has an enrollment of 2,500 students and teaches the liberal arts, sciences and engineering. It is an advocate of the free market economic system and accepts no federal funding. Grove City College has been named the Top Value in Private Liberal-Arts Schools by Consumers Digest Magazine. The Intercollegiate Studies Institute has named the College one of 50 All-American Colleges, ranking it high for increasing students' civic literacy. Grove City College has been named a Best Value and one of the best colleges in America by Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report. The Young America's Foundation calls Grove City College one of the Top Conservative Schools in the country.