Associate, Education Production
- Weill Music Institute
- Reports To:
- Assistant Director, Education Production
- Full Time
- Job Code:
Carnegie Hall seeks an Associate to join the Education Production team. Responsible for producing a variety of events across New York City, the U.S. and internationally, this position is part of the Weill Music Institute (WMI), Carnegie Hall's education and social impact arm.
This position serves as the primary production supervisor for Future Music Project and Music Educators Workshops, working directly with faculty, artists, and participants to produce classes, workshops, concerts and multi-day conferences at Carnegie Hall and throughout the five boroughs. In addition, this position will also work in collaboration with the Manager and Assistant Director on larger-scale projects.
- Execute a set of Weill Music Institute events, including workshops, classes, rehearsals, and other events in the Resnick Education Wing at Carnegie Hall and offsite throughout New York City.
- Coordinate with artists, vendors, internal and external production staff, and partners to produce and manage events.
- Schedule and oversee rehearsals, lead production meetings; create and maintain production documents; manage equipment and instrument rentals
- Act as a liaison between WMI programming teams and internal or external venue management on assigned programs and projects.
- Collaborate with the Resnick Education Wing Operations and Carnegie Hall Production teams when producing onsite events.
- Coordinate guest lists and guest entry for assigned events.
- Ensure that space reservations, scheduling, catering, and ticketing are in order through collaboration with others on the Education Production team.
- Manage WMI equipment and supply inventories.
- Stage management experience and a strong background in music, arts administration, and event production
- Knowledge of live audio, theatrical lighting and video playback
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
- Ability to work independently, delegate tasks while working as part of a team, meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office Experience with AutoCad, VectorWorks, ProTools or QLab a plus.
- Attention to detail
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, and travel as required
- Ability to lift at least 30lbs.