POSITION SUMMARY / ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- The Technical Supervisor is responsible for the operation of the entire Entertainment Technical department onboard and for all entertainment operations onboard including, Audio, Lighting, Automation and Broadcast. This position serves as the primary point of contact regarding any technical issues which may arise, related to all onboard shows.
- Manages the scheduling of the technicians to support all onboard activities and shows as per the Freestyle Daily, created by the Cruise Director.
- Coordinates with the Cruise Director/Entertainment Production Manager to resolve any possible scheduling conflicts. Also, creates a monthly all day duty rotation.
- Coordinates with the Electronics Engineer Junior / Entertainment to schedule and assist in preventative maintenance and cleaning, to ensure that a regular check on inventory is carried out to guarantee that the vessel has sufficient consumables (e.g.: lamps, etc.) and maintain proper auditable reports in Amos.
- In order to consistently exceed guest expectations and provide the highest levels of product and services, additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
- MUST BE UNITED STATES CITIZENS OR PERMANENT RESIDENTS RESIDENT ALIENS (GREEN CARD HOLDERS)
- Two years experience in Technical Theatre in a supervisory or management roll or four years experience in a theatrical setting including touring, Stage Management, Entertainment Venues.
- Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of standard theatre operations including, Audio, Lighting and Backstage operations.
- Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of safe stage rigging practices.
- Associates Degree in Technical Theatre program or a related discipline
- Appropriate vocational/technical training and/or experience may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required degree.
REQUIRED ABILITIES / PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
- The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) requires all crew members onbaord to hold a Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC). In order to qualify for a MMC, applicants must demonstrate specific physical abilities necessary to perform shipboard duties per USCG guidelines (COMPDTPUB 16700.4 NVIC 04-8). Shall have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40.0 or less. Blood Pressure as per USCG a maximum 160/100.