The Brown Arts Initiative seeks a Technical Coordinator to provide specialized technical support and supervision to events and programs taking place in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, mainly during evenings and weekends. The Evening Technical Coordinator must be well versed in the technical needs of the Granoff Centerâ??s programs, to include audio, video, lighting, rigging and fabrication and some focused IT systems. The Evening Technical Coordinator monitors and troubleshoots the Granoff Centerâ??s complex audio/visual systems in support of the Centerâ??s courses, performances, special events, and research. During evenings when no events are scheduled, the Evening Technical Coordinator is an active presence in the building, consulting with students and visiting artists on best technical practices and checking in with users to oversee appropriate use of venues and labs.
Energetic, self-motivated professional with a broad skill-set including experience in audio, video, lighting, and signal routing, as well as demonstrated competencies in professional artistic practice to appropriately communicate with a wide array of creative professionals including faculty, students, visiting artists, etc. Strong organizational skills, the ability to prioritize and multitask, and a facility with verbal and written communication are essential to interact in a polished way with a broad array of individuals within and external to the Brown community. Also imperative is an ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced, complex environment with multiple stakeholders.
Two to four years of experience a background in technical theater management, stage management, or a performance art-related field. A Bachelorâ??s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience is also required.
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