Williams College Office of Human Resources
Phone: (413) 597-3129
June 1, 2012
Job # 300816-W
Williams College Theatre Department seeks a Sound and Media Supervisor to support professional and academic events in the Center for Theatre and Dance (CTD) and its associated on-campus studios. The Center supports approximately 130 performances by the Theatre Department, Dance Department, student groups, touring events and a series of lectures over the course of the academic year (September to June).
Reporting to the Technical Supervisor, the Sound and Media Supervisor will work with staff Technical Directors, College faculty, staff and students, as well as supervise production crews for outside touring events.
Duties are primarily technical support of events in CTD; including set up and strike, along with maintenance and storage of a wide range of audio and video equipment in theatres and studios. Responsibilities also include, instruction of student operators, advising student sound and video designers, and recording of effects and voice-overs. FOH mixing for one-off events may also be required. As resources and interests permit, opportunities for design may be available, but are not considered a required core competency.
This is a fully benefited, full-time, academic year, (typically August 30 to June 15) hourly position, with occasional overtime required. The Center for Theatre and Dance supports a wide range of events, and there are peak times in the season where there are simultaneous performances taking place. Candidate must be adept at supporting multiple projects at different stages of completion. Successful time management skills are required. This position supports artists with a wide range of experience, skills, and approaches to performance. Flexibility, patience, eagerness to impart technique, and a pleasant demeanor will be key attributes of a successful candidate. Flexible work schedule including required weekend and evening work.
Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable.
Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume include job number 300816-W.
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Office of Human Resources, Williams College
100 Spring Street Suite 201
Williamstown, MA 01267
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