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Assistant Electrician - Alberta Ballet Company

This is a Seasonal, Part-time position.

Category: Production
Province: Calgary, Alberta
Position: Assistant Electrician
Deadline: August 28, 2019
Posted: August 14, 2019

Job Description / Duties

Alberta Ballet Company is currently seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Electrician for the 2019 - 2020 performance season.

Purpose: Reporting to the Head Electrician, the incumbent is responsible for maintenance and operation of company lighting and special effects equipment. The incumbent ensures good relations with a variety of interest groups, including casual labour, IATSE locals and personnel, the performing arts industry and the community at large.

Key Deliverables/Responsibilities
1.Leadership and Mentorship
- Communicates our mission and values to all stakeholders.
- Provides for a comfortable and safe place to work.
- Motivates and develops direct reports.
- Contributes to good inter-departmental communication and interpersonal relations.

2.Build and preparation for new creations and re-mounts/rentals.

- Maintenance and pre-tour maintenance of all theatrical equipment, properties, scenic elements and cratage when required by the Technical Director;
- Installation of lighting plots as provided;
- When required by the Ballet, adaptation of lighting designs for the various performance venues and execution of documentation required for the designs, including lighting plots, dimmer controls, cue sheets, and colour lists;
- Working closely with all members of the production department to ensure the highest possible quality of performance presentations;
- Assist in organization and delegation of all work in his/her department, including the hanging of lights, cabling, focusing, operation of the same and the placement of colour in each performance venue;
- Assist in the loading of the trailer prior to a tour and the unloading following the tour;
- Must be fully versed in the operation of all lighting, special effects and miscellaneous technical equipment and accessories and on occasion will be called upon to operate such equipment while the company is on tour;
- Assist in the unloading and loading of the trailer at performance venues;
- Must be present to supervise and assist his/her department at all technical rehearsals, cueing sessions and performances;
- Such other lawful and reasonable duties and responsibilities as may be assigned.
- Assist in compiling all new design information including materials used, vendors and material pricing.
- Acting as the liaison between the TD/Head Electrician and the casual lighting crew.
- Assist in determining if any supplemental pieces are required to fulfill the shows lighting requirements.
- Assist in managing the rebuild/maintenance requirements for the Nutcracker on a yearly basis as determined by the age and functionality of the lighting requirements.

3. Administration

- Responsible for the general organization of information contained within the lighting department.
- Managing all digital and hard copy files. Digital archives are preferred over hard copy.
- Maintain the company lighting inventory as a whole at the company warehouse location and in the venue.
- Assist in implementation of company inventory database upgrade at warehouse.


Working Conditions / physical requirements
The schedule for prep in the warehouse is Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm and is outlined in the production schedule for days of work required.
The Assistant Electrician will be required to travel with the company primarily between September and May (including December, no exceptions) or as outlined in the production schedule.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands, and speak and hear. The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Must be prepared to use his or her own personal vehicle for occasional company business, and will be reimbursed for such use on a per kilometer basis.
A demonstrable ability to handle a deadline oriented, fast paced environment.
The Assistant Electrician is expected to be punctual, personable and work well with others. This position requires strong organizational, leadership and problem solving skills and a self motivated attitude towards the work.
Primarily (but not limited to) working at the Alberta Ballet Warehouse for prep and the Southern and Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditoriums during performance weeks.

Key Relationships

Ensure working relationships with the Ballet Master/Mistress, Artistic Director, Associate Artistic Director, Production Department, Stage Management and Wardrobe as well as with representatives of the School of Alberta Ballet.
Ensure working collaboration with Alberta Ballet administrative staff.
Foster good relations and communication with a variety of interest groups, these include suppliers, IATSE locals, the performing arts industry and the community at large.
Act at all times in the best interest of Alberta Ballet in promoting its artistic objectives.

Direct Reports / Supervisory Duties

Supervision of IATSE personnel as required.
The position of Assistant Electrician is subject to the rates, terms and conditions as outlined in the IATSE White Contract dated July 1, 2017- June 30, 2020 and IATSE Canadian Pink Contract dated January 1, 2019- December 31, 2021. This position is included as Alberta Ballet Regular Crew. The Assistant Electrician position is subject to any and all Alberta Ballet company policies and procedures. All overtime must be pre-approved by the Director of Production and must be provided in writing.
Please submit applications through the following careers site: www.albertaballet.com/careers 
For more information on Alberta Ballet Company: www.albertaballet.com

Qualifications / Required Skills

Qualifications

- Sound interpersonal, team building skills, and a positive attitude.
- Strong leadership skills.
- 2 years minimum professional lighting experience that may include but not limited to theatre and film production.
- A post secondary education in theatrical lighting is of benefit, but not required.
- Strong understanding of the lighting design process.
- Must have good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
- Must be a full member of IATSE 212, or have sister status with IATSE 212 if from an outside local. Must be Pink Card eligible.

Additional Information

Working Conditions / physical requirements

- The schedule for prep in the warehouse is Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm and is outlined in the production schedule for days of work required.
- The Assistant Electrician will be required to travel with the company primarily between September and May (including December, no exceptions) or as outlined in the production schedule.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands, and speak and hear. The employee must lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
- Must be prepared to use his or her own personal vehicle for occasional company business, and will be reimbursed for such use on a per kilometer basis.
- A demonstrable ability to handle a deadline oriented, fast paced environment.
- The Assistant Electrician is expected to be punctual, personable and work well with others. This position requires strong organizational, leadership and problem solving skills and a self motivated attitude towards the work.
- Primarily (but not limited to) working at the Alberta Ballet Warehouse for prep and the Southern and Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditoriums during performance weeks.

Key Relationships

- Ensure working relationships with the Ballet Master/Mistress, Artistic Director, Associate Artistic Director, Production Department, Stage Management and Wardrobe as well as with representatives of the School of Alberta Ballet.
- Ensure working collaboration with Alberta Ballet administrative staff.
- Foster good relations and communication with a variety of interest groups, these include suppliers, IATSE locals, the performing arts industry and the community at large.
- Act at all times in the best interest of Alberta Ballet in promoting its artistic objectives.

Direct Reports / Supervisory Duties

- Supervision of IATSE personnel as required.

The position of Assistant Electrician is subject to the rates, terms and conditions as outlined in the IATSE White Contract dated July 1, 2017- June 30, 2020 and IATSE Canadian Pink Contract dated January 1, 2019- December 31, 2021. This position is included as Alberta Ballet Regular Crew.

The Assistant Electrician position is subject to any and all Alberta Ballet company policies and procedures. All overtime must be pre-approved by the Director of Production and must be provided in writing.

Please submit applications through the following careers site: www.albertaballet.com/careers 

For more information on Alberta Ballet Company: www.albertaballet.com

Salary: $24.57/hour

Contact Information

www.albertaballet.com/careers

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