TITLE: Audio Supervisor
REPORTS TO: Technical Director
NUMBER OF DIRECT REPORTS: 0
SALARY RANGE: $40K-$43K DOE
Insures that the audio quality of TheaterWorks productions and presentations is of the highest caliber.
Sound Design and/or engineer/operate the majority of Mainstage, YouthWorks, educational productions and special events.
Maintain sound equipment in both theaters at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts.
Manages the audio requirements for all TheaterWorks programing, including Mainstage, YouthWorks, Educational Programming, rentals and presentations.
Responsible for overall coordination of all audio aspects of TheaterWorks productions.
Responsible for oversight of audio operations of the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts rentals and presentations.
MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY
Runs audio equipment with all appropriate safety standards and procedures.
Helps to establish and operates within a technical production budget for theater equipment.
Responsible for the use, inventory, and maintenance of all sound equipment, including microphones, soundboards, speakers.
Ensures that all audio equipment is maintained and in safe working order.
Oversees all audio and audio technical support including the setting up and operating of sound equipment for TheaterWorks productions.
In conjunction with the Production Manager, coordinates with all audio contract professionals.
Operates in a multitasking environment that encourages teamwork and collaboration.
Collaborates with Directors, Stage Managers, Set, Sound, and Light Designers to create an audio experience that enhances the artistic expression on the stage.
Collaborates with renters and presenters within the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts to create an audio experience that enhances the artistic expression on the stage and reflects positively on the professional quality of the facility.
Assists in the recruitment, supervision, and training for audio crew positions.
Other duties as assigned.
IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
Bachelor’s Degree in Theater Design or Technical Theater.
3+ Years theater experience including electrician work, sound design, sound engineering.
Knowledge of stage, sound, including electricity and electronics systems and hardware.
Thorough knowledge of theatrical, musical, and stage show technical techniques and requirements.
Computer literate—has working knowledge of Microsoft office products and database and spreadsheet experience.
Has working knowledge of Apple Mac OSX and QLab
Has working knowledge of Behringer X32 sound console
Skilled, competent and proficient in audio-visual best practices.
Skilled in planning, organizing, and supervising all audio set-up, load-in, and strike activities.
Skilled in the use of time management techniques required to operate several theaters simultaneously in and efficient and cost effective manner.
Team player who can lead and be part of a team as an individual contributor.
Has ability to respond to unusual and rapidly changing requirements with calm, flexibility, and an attitude of service.
Creative problem solver who can deal with complex and ambiguous challenges.
Ability to work effectively as a team member with a wide variety of people and in a wide variety of roles.
Position is open until filled. Flexible start date from March 1-June1, 2023
Location: Peoria, AZ
Deadline: June 1, 2023
How to Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of introduction to
Executive Director, Chris Hamby at: [email protected]