Harvest Productions careers and employment
51 to 200
$5M to $25M (USD)
Production Technician in Kansas City, MO
on March 27, 2020
Great people and cool oppurtunities
Every job site changed with each show as well as the crew. It never got boring plus most of the techs were very close. We definitely treated each other like family. The work itself could be challenging but rewarding.
Technician in North Kansas City, MO
on February 8, 2019
Challenging, fast paced, ever changing work
Harvest is probably one of the most challenging companies I have ever worked for. I have gained more life and job experience from here than I ever could of imagined. Stressful? yes, the live event industry is. Weird long hours are expected with live events, but thats what event people do. The people at Harvest are some of the best in the industry and the connections I've made have set me up for life- even beyond this company. Top notch equipment that is constantly updated to challenge any professional or green graduate looking to grow. Most of the event work is in Kansas City, but there are travel opportunities as well- including international travel. If you want to push yourself and enjoy a challenge, and want a more than supportive family like team, Harvest is the place for you. There is plenty of growth opportunity at this company if you make it- it's all individual based on how hungry you are.
Executive Assistant to CEO in Kansas City, MO
on January 21, 2019
Fun Collaborative Group
I enjoyed the culture of this company. The networking opportunities are unmatched. Had I not had to enroll in school, I would have stayed and continued to further my career here.
Technician in Kansas City, Missouri
on August 26, 2018
You learn so much about what all goes into a concert in so little time. You get see everything that goes into setting up an event it was great. Had a blast and made some great connections.
Stage Manager & Technician in Kansas City, MO
on July 29, 2018
You better hope they like you, otherwise your experience is going to be terrible. Upper management plays favorites and works their employees to death. They have one person doing 2-3 people's jobs and they promise help, but never hire anyone or give it.
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