The Wellin Hall/Blood Dance Studio Coordinator reports to the Chair of the Department of Music and is supervised by the Performing Arts Administrator. Works in conjunction with the Performing Arts Administrator/Director, Music and Dance faculty.
This is a part time, benefited position with a work schedule of 85%, which is equivalent to 1,547 hours a year. This is a nonexempt position with a pay range of $25.00 - $29.00 per hour.
Operations and Maintenance – Wellin Hall and Blood Dance Studio:
Operation and maintenance of equipment related to backstage, lighting, and audio-visual operations of Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts and Blood Dance Studio.
Ensure technical and logistical needs, including lighting and sound, are met for all Wellin Hall and Blood Dance Studio events, including serving as technical director for productions of Performing Arts, the Music and Dance Departments, and as the primary technical contact for both internal and external events.
In conjunction with Facilities Management, regular inspection, testing, and modifying, as required, all equipment to ensure compliance with health and safety codes in Wellin Hall and Blood Studio.
Supervise student workers and, as needed, temporary contract personnel for productions in Wellin Hall and Blood Studio.
Oversee and participate in the stage set up and strike for all events in Wellin Hall, including any necessary lighting, rigging, or audio prep.
Regular inspection and maintenance of the stage, backstage, chairs, music stands, drapes, and curtains. Submit work orders as needed for cleaning and repairing the stage and backstage floors and acoustical shell.
Produce high quality live streaming for events in Wellin Hall on request.
Facilities Maintenance – Blood Dance Studio :
Regular inspection and maintenance of the floor, drapes, and curtains and equipment in Blood Studio as well as work orders for cleaning and repair.
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