Sound Technicians for Major Cruise Line
A major cruise line is looking for Sound Technician Staff to work onboard cruise ships sailing all around the world.
Food, accommodation, flight tickets and medical insurance expenses are covered by the company.
Contract length 6 months / 6 weeks vacation.
Salary $1,900 per month. Shared cabin.
MINIMUM AGE LIMIT IS 21!
– Education from a technical school preferred.
– Have a minimum of two years’ experience and a solid background in live sound reinforcement. Experience in musical theater is preferred.
– Be proficient in the operation of analog sound consoles such as those manufactured by Yamaha, Crest, and Mackie, analog gear such as compressors, limiters, noise gates, graphic and parametric equalizers, and effects processors such as those manufactured by Lexicon, T.C. Electronics, Eventide, and Yamaha.
– Be proficient in programming and operation of digital mixers such as those from Yamaha, Euphonix and DiGiCo.
– Must be skilled at all aspects of live audio from microphone and monitor placement to front of house and monitor mixing.
– Must be able to do basic troubleshooting and basic, routine maintenance on many types of audio gear including amplifiers, consoles, outboard audio gear, and be able to detect and replace blown speaker drivers.
– Have a good working knowledge of “backline gear” such as guitar, keyboard and bass guitar amplifiers.
– Must be familiar the operation of several types of recording and/or playback devices and formats including CD, multitrack, MP3 and digital multitrack.
– Working knowledge of computers and programs such as Windows XP is helpful, as is experience with DSP units such as Soundweb, Media Matrix and units by Rane.
– Must be able to work well with others. This is essential, as you will be working with a team of technicians, and you’ll be working with a cast of singers and dancers as well as featured entertainers on a regular basis.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
– Ability to speak English clearly, distinctly and cordially with guests.
– Ability to read and write English in order to understand and interpret written procedures. This includes the ability to give and receive instructions in written and verbal forms and to effectively present information and respond to questions from guests, supervisors and co-workers.
– Ability to speak additional languages such as Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese or German preferred. Language testing may be requested.
– Should be able to read and interpret equipment manuals, operations manuals, memos, technical procedures and necessary rules and regulations. Should be able to effectively present