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Regent on Broadway is a local piece of history. Originally built in 1930, it remains the only large theatre in the greater Palmerston North area.
Seating 1393, this historic and iconic regal venue, boasts an exciting and varied array of events, from comedy shows to ballet - there is always something going on at Regent on Broadway - check them out! https://www.regent.co.nz/
Reporting to the Technical Manager, the Theatre Technician will be one of two hands on technical team. You will contribute to the smooth running of technical operations and provide professional technical support, ensuring all events are presented to the highest possible standard.
Additionally, you assist with the maintenance of technical equipment, ensuring that it is compliant and is operated consistently at the height of professional standard, in accordance with the 'Guidelines for Safe Working Practices I the New Zealand Theatre and Entertainment Industry".
You will provide top notch service to all users and ensure all experiences with Regent on Broadway are nothing short of amazing.
An experienced industry professional will know that the nature of this business is often evenings and weekends, so we work on an 80-hour fortnight, the technical team will collaborate to construct a roster that works for everyone.
What we're after:
What we're offering:
With a full upcoming calendar, we are actively reviewing applications as they are received - don't delay, apply now!
We are also advertising a Technical Manager role - https://www.pnpersonnel.co.nz/jobs/339
Only applicants with the legal right to work in New Zealand will be considered.
The recruitment for this role is being managed by PN Personnel. For more information, please feel free to contact Charllotte Tatham on 06 280 2403.
Turner Centre, Kerikeri, Northland
Other (Administration & Office Support), Full time
We are looking for an Operation and Systems Coordinator for a ten month contract to cover maternity leave, with a strong interest in culture and the arts to join our small and vibrant team.
With an exciting programme of creative, commercial, community and corporate events, the role will have a core focus on operational health and safety, systems including contracts, policies and procedures, invoicing and quoting and assisting the GM with grant writing and maintenance coordination.
The role will ensure successful working relationships with all stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes for our venue, events, staff and volunteers. You will be responsible for regular reviews of systems and processes to maximise their efficiency and effectiveness.
This contract position is 40 hours per week. If you are interested in applying for this role, please apply via the link below.
To develop, implement and coordinate operational systems including health and safety, user & hirer policies, event set up, show settlements and post event invoicing at the Turner Centre.
EXTENT OF CONTRACT:
This is a 40 hours per week contract for ten months to cover maternity leave, commencing on 12th June 2023.
Internal: General Manager; Event Coordinator; Admin and Volunteer Coordinator; Venue Technician; Marketing Coordinator External: Hirers, Artists, Promoters, Ticketing Agency, Technical Teams, Volunteers
Event Set Up, Ticketing, Programming:
Ability to set up ticketing, JV contracts and post show settlements with hirers. Contribute towards a diverse and balanced programme with the GM.
Invoicing & Quoting
Accurately invoicing hirers post events, ensuring prompt payment. Assist wider team during busy periods with quotes and bookings.
Health & Safety
Ability to implement and monitor health and safety compliance, including emergency evacuation protocols and training and related rules and regulations at the Turner Centre.
Policies and Procedures
Ability to develop and update hirer and user policies and procedures, various contracts, terms and conditions, forms and templates.
Software, Systems and Subscriptions
Manage and record active subscriptions at the Turner Centre, reviewing as needed and managing users, onboarding and offboarding.
Grants and Sponsorship
Supporting the GM with the planning and writing of grant applications, accountability reports and sponsorship proposals.
Various Operational Tasks Including:
Head of AV and ICT
ASM Global teams across the world are innate problem solvers and people who thrive on the excitement of developing events that create opportunity and connection. We are meticulous planners, innovative thinkers, relationship specialists and acutely experienced business leaders who love what they do.
At ASM Global, we love events, it's what we do. It's a part of our DNA and what drives us.
As a senior manager, you will be responsible for the planning, delivery and direction of the Venue’s Audio Visual and Information Communication and Technology services.
In return we offer work in a positive and encouraging environment. Manaakitanga is at the heart of our operational philosophy.
Everyday our people are responsible for delivering extraordinary experiences for every guest who walks through our doors.
You will have a shared values and people-centric mind set and genuinely want to make a difference. That's what makes you stand out from the crowd and why we want to meet with you.
The successful candidate will:
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand.
The successful applicant will be required to provide a Criminal History Check.
If you meet the above criteria and want to be part of this exciting opportunity at a world-class convention centre in the heart of Christchurch, we would love to hear from you.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found.
Applications close 1 May 2023.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre has been designed as Ōtāutahi Christchurch's 'gathering place'. A key part of the regeneration of the city, the Government's investment in Te Pae Christchurch is set to act as a catalyst - not only for the growth and development of the city, but as a way of building lasting social, cultural and economic connections between the region and the world.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
ASM Global is the world's leading producer of entertainment experiences. It is the global leader in venue and event strategy and management - delivering locally tailored solutions and cutting-edge technologies to maximise the guest experience. The company's elite venue network spans five continents, with a portfolio of more than 350 of the world's most prestigious arenas, stadiums, performing arts venues, and convention and exhibition centres, including McCormick Place Chicago; Moscone Center San Francisco; ICC Sydney Australia; Olympia London; Shenzhen World China; and P&J Live in Aberdeen, U.K.
ASM Global has always had a bold vision to be a true employer of choice, great place to work and a company who provides long term careers and development opportunities.
Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. asmglobal.com
Passionate about creating unforgettable experiences in the corporate events industry? Multi-Media Systems Ltd is the perfect place for you! Our dynamic and innovative Audio-Visual team caters to New Zealand's most influential companies and top events management teams.
As a technician, you'll have the opportunity to contribute your expertise to prestigious awards shows, conferences, and meetings. Your knowledge and experience can open up endless opportunities to progress in the Audio-Visual event industry. We cover a broad range of disciplines, including audio, lighting, and large-scale vision applications. Previous experience in one of these areas is preferred, but not essential.
Our commitment to delivering exceptional client experiences is unwavering. We value good communication and personal skills, always striving to exceed client expectations in a professional and friendly manner. This role is perfect for those willing to acquire a broad base of skills, including preparing and planning upcoming events, operating audio and video systems, liaising with customers, and traveling to various locations. Our flexible working hours make this role ideal for anyone looking to take the next step in their career.
Join us today and unlock your full potential in the Audio-Visual event industry. At Multi-Media Systems Ltd, we're dedicated to delivering unforgettable experiences. This role requires someone willing to learn and acquire a broad base of skills, including excellent customer service, teamwork, and flexibility.
We would love to hear from you, please submit your CV, a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Vidcom is looking for apprentices to join us in our Auckland, Rotorua and Wellington Branches.
Successful applicants will gain a New Zealand Certificate in Entertainment and Event Technology Level 4 at the end of their Apprenticeship.
For more information or If you wish to apply please send a cover letter to Paul.email@example.com
Entertainment Technology New Zealand (ETNZ) are on the hunt for a new person to perform our Administration duties.
The contracted services are for an estimated 20 hours per week.
The scope of work includes but is not limited to:
Ideally the applicant would have familiarity with the Entertainment Technology Industry and have a comprehensive network of professional relationships. The person in this position needs to be able to discuss, debate, and negotiate in a professional manner, as well as being self-motivated with the ability to work collaboratively with all levels of the industry from labour crew right through to government departments.
The position is supported by the executive committee, who are in the background providing a sounding board and support as required.
This is a contract role rather than an employee position. You will work from a home office with weekly hours by agreement. Ultimately, ETNZ is looking for someone who is prepared to commit to an ongoing engagement.
Further information on ETNZ:
ETNZ is a professional association of people involved in the technical aspects of the event and entertainment industry. We have a broad membership of people ranging from students and individual practitioners through to larger national and international companies. Our goal is to support the New Zealand entertainment and event industry through professional development, advocacy and safety. To this end we have developed and maintained a number of health and safety guides; have lodged a formal qualification onto the New Zealand Qualification Framework and, working with Skills Active Aotearoa, have developed unit standards to meet this qualification; as well as building relationships with like organisations from New Zealand and around the world.
To apply or to request a more detailed job description please contact Vicki Cooksley firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications Close 7 April 2023
Company: Auckland Council
You manage the sourcing and logistics of technical production equipment required for our busy programming schedule. This role is critical to ensuring that the LED lights are allocated, the sound system arrives on time and the band’s digital screen gets to the right stadium.
With your years of technical events experience, you ensure the seamless distribution of the technical equipment required for our events and cultural programming and enable TAU to deliver on its contractual commitments.
The key aspects of this role are to:
What we offer:
Tātaki Auckland Unlimited is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.
To see more follow this link: https://careers.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/job/Equipment-Controller-1010/936690710/
A position exists for an experienced electrical & electronics service technician to join our Entertainment Lighting Company.
For over 60 years Kenderdine Entertainment Lighting has been a major NZ sales and rental company supplying the lighting requirements of the theatre, film, television and architectural markets.
We have provide Sales and Hire to our customers. The workshop supports both these departments and works on external clients’ equipment.
As part of a small team the work involves:
* The repair and service of entertainment industry lighting equipment including discharge and LED fittings.
* The repair and service of electronic control equipment as used in the entertainment industry.
* The repair and service of portable electrical power distribution equipment as used in the entertainment industry.
* The repair and service of mechanical systems such as lighting stands.
* Manufacture of custom electrical power distribution equipment.
* The commissioning of new equipment for our hire and sales department.
The work is predominately carried out at our Avondale premises between the hours of 8-30am to 5-00pm, Monday to Friday, but occasional onsite, out of town or out of hours / weekend work may be involved.
The position is a hands on (90 %) position with supervisory and administration duties (~10%). A willingness to share knowledge with junior staff and supervise the training hours for their qualifications is required.
* Must hold a New Zealand electrical practicing licence, which as a minimum, permits repair work to be performed on single and three phase appliances. (Minimum registration = Electrical Service Technician)
* Proven experience and knowledge in diagnosing and repair of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment, down to a component level.
* Thorough understanding of the requirements of electrical safety and electrical testing procedures.
* Good logical and investigative attributes to problem solving.
* Efficient time management skills.
* Excellent written and oral English language skills.
* Reliability, Punctuality and Quality Workmanship are a must.
* Ability to work under tight deadlines and deal with changing priorities on short notice.
* Computer literacy.
* Ability to liaise with other staff, departments and customers in a patient, efficient, appropriate, and courteous manner.
* Must have a clean and tidy standard of dress and be able to perform the lifting component of the job.
Preferred, but not essential:
* Full NZ driver’s licence (manual)
* Entertainment industry experience and knowledge in use and operation of entertainment lighting and control systems
* Service experience in repair of entertainment lighting fixtures and control systems
Company Kenderdine Entertainment Lighting
Location Avondale, Auckland
Benefits: Free Parking, Health and Life Insurance
Type Full time, Permanent
Email CV & Cover letter to email@example.com
An exciting opportunity to lead the Tāwhiri Workshop, delivering set construction services to a range of national stage productions and events.
Tāwhiri is the creative force behind festivals and experiences in Wellington including the biennial Aotearoa New Zealand Festival of the Arts, Wellington Jazz Festival, and Lexus Song Quest.
The Tāwhiri Workshop is a core pillar of Tāwhiri’s operations, providing set construction services for national stage productions and events alongside those produced within Tāwhiri’s programmes.
If you are looking for a theatre / events construction role with reasonable daytime working hours, flexibility, and the ability to use your leadership skills, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re looking for an experienced person with carpentry skills and the ability to manage a small team to join our team as Workshop Supervisor / Scenic Carpenter. You’ll be part of a fantastic team of capable and skilled people – in our latest survey for employees and contractors 100% of respondents said they felt respected at work and 100% said they would recommend Tāwhiri as a place to work.
The purpose of this position is to lead the Tāwhiri workshop, overseeing onsite operations and managing the delivery of external and internal construction projects. The role aims to build on the success of the Tāwhiri Workshop by streamlining processing and contributing to long-term planning.
Please note that due to the nature of our events, a flexible approach to working hours during Festival periods is essential. Some weekend and evening work will be required.
OUR VALUES: HE TĀNGA MANAWA
Manaakitanga: uplifting the mana of all people through care, nurture, and respectful relationships.
Tāne te Wānanga: the pursuit of excellence in all our endeavours.
Whanaungatanga: weaving together a team to create strength, trust and flexibility.
Kotahitanga: standing together with shared purpose and values.
To Apply: Please email a copy of your CV and Cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see the job description: Tāwhiri_ Workshop Supervisor - Scenic Carpenter JD.pdf
World of WearableArt (WOW) is seeking an exceptional person to lead the technical team for the WOW Awards Show.
At the heart of WOW is an internationally renowned wearable art competition which attracts entries from more than 40 countries around the globe each year. The astonishing works of wearable art created by designers and then selected by the judges go on to take the stage in the annual WOW Awards Show which attracts an audience of more than 60,000 people.
We are looking for someone with high-level entertainment production experience. You’ll need to be able to work under pressure, collaborate with creatives and multitask. A healthy sense of humour is a must.
As Technical Manager, you will work with the Show Producer to manage delivery of all technical requirements for the production, finesse and manage budgets, source and secure materials and suppliers and manage crewing levels and staff selection. You’ll create and manage production and rehearsal schedules and ensure that all health & safety, timing and communication requirements are met. You’ll work closely with the creative team led by the Creative Director collaborating to take the concepts from the page to fruition on the stage.
The right person for this role will have experience at a senior level in the arts or event production and be confident leading teams and finding creative solutions. You will have the attributes of being a strategic thinker, problem solver with the ability to navigate uncertainty with a resilient nature.
You will have a genuine passion for the arts with a strong critical eye and a real desire to grow and lead a large crew.
This is a unique and challenging opportunity for a talented individual that is looking to find a potential long term/recurring role in the industry.
VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
Please send application letter and CV to Alistair Cameron email: Alistair@worldofwearableart.com
Closing date for applications 24 February 2023
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