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  • Full Time

    Production Manager

    Department: Artictic Programming & Operations
    Reports to: Director of Production
    Job Code: APOPM
    We seek a Production Manager.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Organize production meetings with presenters, addressing production aspects of events, including technical requirements, sound specifications, lighting, instruments video, projection, schedule, artists' stage requirements, seat kills, etc.  Work with Associate House Managers to schedule load-ins, set ups, rehearsals, and load outs of events.  Attend weekly production meetings with artistic, stage crew and house management to address scheduling, staffing, and equipment concerns.  Produce production schedules and tech sheets for events, and present scope of work to stage crew.  Supervise activities on the day of the event, to insure that house rules and contracts are complied with and that activities will meet schedule and cost parameters.  Serve as stage manager for events when necessary, addressing lighting, sound, schedule, budgets and staging concerns.  Order rental equipment for Carnegie Hall events as needed.  Schedule deliveries of rental and outside equipment for load in and set ups.  Prepare stage plots as needed.  Act as liaison between stage crew and producers and generally perform as a clearing house for production problems which may arise on day of event.  Prepare stage labor estimates for upcoming events and projects when necessary.  Input all stage notes and schedule information for reports into the Artifax scheduling system.
    Qualifications: Stage and production management experience, working extensively with artists, union staff and producers required.  Extensive knowledge of digital sound reinforcement.  Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint.  Ability to juggle multiple tasks in calm, efficient manner.  Flexibility in schedule necessary.  Evenings and weekends required.
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