Lighting Designer -- World Cafe Live Wilmington -- Queen Theater
World Cafe Live - Wilmington, DE

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Industry: Food, Restaurant, Entertainment, Music, Hospitality, Beverage, Kitchen, Lighting

World Cafe Live believes that enjoying what you do is the key to doing it well. So, as an equal-opportunity employer, we are looking for employees who will take pleasure in the hard work of running a world-class live music, restaurant and events venue, and take pride in the results. If you are committed to the satisfaction of our guests, we will be committed to helping you grow and learn within our organization. As a WCL team member, you will be part of not just a new business, but a new way of doing business in the music and hospitality industry. We are now looking to add a Part-time Lighting Designer to our exceptional staff.

The World Cafe Live Lighting Designer is responsible for lighting design for facility and performances. He/she is charged with oversight of all technical areas related to lighting. Working closely with the producer and entertainers, the Lighting Designer ensures all effects meet expectations and are delivered to plan. A representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this part-time position is as follows:

· Work with producer/director to understand his/her vision and needs, as well as to
work out any potential problems related to space and special effects
· Determine best lighting design for the event/show considering script, location,
and any needed special effects
· Work with producer to communicate budgetary needs and work within the
assigned budget
· Collect all receipts for expenses and turn in to producer
· Develop light plot and produce instrument sheets showing instrument
numbers, dimmer numbers, circuit numbers, focus areas, and gel colors
· Work with and direct crew to hang, focus and gel all lighting instruments
· Write cue sheets describing cues and cue numbers, cross-referenced to
page numbers in script
· Program all cues into light board ; set light levels and cue fade times
· Run cue-to-cue technical rehearsal
· Replace burned out lamps during run of show as necessary