The National Theatre for Children tours creative, immersive, and inclusive shows for children across the country, performing to thousands of children and young people. Additional we produce the biennial Capital E National Arts Festival.
Our close-knit team based at Capital E are looking for someone to coordinate the safe, cost efficient and timely delivery of technical and production aspects of our live theatre productions and events. This role contributes to the operation and delivery an artistically robust, innovative programmes.
Ko wai mātou | Who are we
Capital E are part of Experience Wellington, who as a small organisation punch above our weight, working together with and for Wellington to create remarkable experiences that generate vitality, strengthening the city we love. We offer incredible audience experiences across our six sites; City Gallery Wellington, Capital E, Wellington Museum, Space Place, Cable Car Museum and Nairn Street Cottage.
Ngā tino pūkenga me ngā wheako |The essential skills and experience for the role
We’re looking for someone who:
• is an experience theatre technical and has toured theatre shows across New Zealand
• can develop technical riders and clearly communicate our requirements to venues
• can maintain our technical touring equipment in prime condition
• demonstrates high levels of organisational and planning abilities
• will helping our people flourish by keeping our teams safe in everything they do
• will maintain good working relationships with our suppliers and relevant industry players, keeping up to date with new technologies and ways of working
• has a working understanding of the Guide for Safe Working Practices in the Theatre and Entertainment Industry, can embed these practices in our work and can write and use risk analysis matrices
• bring high energy, a proactive can do attitude and will work with us to make great things happen for tamariki and rangatahi of Aotearoa.
Experience Wellington embraces flexible working, within the context of the role and offers generous leave provisions. Other benefits include free te reo Māori lessons and access to EAP services.
If you want to work with like-minded community builders and are passionate about art and culture, we would love to hear from you. To view a position description and apply to join our team, please submit your CV, a cover letter and complete our online application form for our consideration.
For further information on the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Sunday 15 January 2023.
Only people with the legal right to work in New Zealand, or ability to gain a work visa, may apply for this position.
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