Choose a Career at Pablo CenterPablo Center welcomes people of many talents to help ensure our success in creating and supporting the highest level of creative arts. Many different talents and skills are needed to do our work, and we offer full-time and part-time opportunities.
Pablo Center is committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse staff; all are encouraged to apply.
Lighting Technician - Production Crew
POSITION: LIGHTING TECHNICIAN - Pablo Center Production Crew
APPLY: Email resume and qualifications to email@example.com
REPORTS TO: Master Electrician
PART-TIME: Approximately 20-30 hours/week
Job Function: Production; Event setup and operation
Salary: Starting wage: $17.50/hour
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES
Pablo Production Crew employees are generally responsible for the setup and operation of sound reinforcement systems, lighting systems, projection equipment, video equipment, communications equipment, event setup equipment and in-house systems in Pablo Center and for Pablo-supported external events. Crew who serve in a specific area of specialty (e.g., Lighting Technicians) receive additional training in their specialization and have primary responsibility over that area.
Production Crew is required to uphold the Pablo Center reputation of professionalism through appearance, demeanor, and performance, maintaining consistent work ethic regardless of the client or duty. In addition, Production Crew is expected to aid Pablo Center Staff, visiting artists and guests, and patrons in any capacity as needed.
Pablo Production Crew are required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.
- Assist in the setup of lighting equipment and execution of light plots.
- Know the lighting inventory with regard to function, use, care, and maintenance of each type of fixture and accessory.
- Maintain lighting standards as defined by the Master Electrician (e.g., proper storage of equipment, proper setup of Net3 universes, restoration of rep plot, etc.)
- Perform basic lighting console programming (e.g.. patching channels and writing cues)
- Serve on Run Crew for events (e.g., Light Board Operator or Follow Spot Operator)
- Assist in the professional execution of events to best of ability and regardless of task.
- Provide general maintenance and cleaning of work areas.
- Participate in training programs at the direction of the Master Electrician, Event Production Manager, or Audio Engineer (Production Staff).
- Follow the employee handbook and code of conduct.
- Know building emergency procedures.
- Know safety protocols for production work and alert staff when safety is an issue.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Willingness to learn through hands-on experience.
- Able to carry 50 pounds.
- Able to work at height; including climbing ladders, operating Genie-type lifts, and working in exposed overhead areas that require wearing fall-protection gear.
- Follow direction and accept feedback from supervisors and peers.
- Must have a strong sense of professional courtesy and customer service.
- Able to work independently.
- Must be familiar with or working toward a familiarity with:
- ETC Lighting Consoles (i.e., ETC Geo@5 and ETC Element)
- DMX protocols
- Able to maintain a professional demeanor when in a situation heightened by a deadline, emergency, or emotion.
- Must wear PPE in accordance with current building, county health, and OSHA guidelines.
- Available to work flexible hours including weekdays, evenings, and weekends.
First Robotics Mentor
Pablo Center’s FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team is looking for Mentors!
Do you, or someone you know, like technology and building robots, love working with students, and enjoy competition and problem-solving? We are looking for Mentors to help guide our next team as they prepare for competition and learn about technology along the way.
Pre-season meetings will start this Fall (Tue/Thur) with build season officially beginning in January. Ideal mentors should be able to understand and teach:
- Software: understand Java or other programming languages
- Mechanical Design Skills: understands how to operate CNC safely, and/or teach CAD (Onshape)
- Assembly & Building: can guide students through CAD drawings and use power tools safely
- Business & Marketing: can help students create business plans, utilize social media platforms, acquire sponsors, plan outreach in the local community, and write essays for awards
- Strategy Skills: direct students to make robot match strategies, work with other teams, use Excel to analyze data, and use Tableau to visualize data
Experience in FRC is recommended but not required.
Join us for an FRC Open House Thursday Oct, 13 from 5 - 7 p.m. to meet past mentors, learn more about the program, and get up close and personal with last year’s robot.
Can’t make the Open House? Please email Aiden Beauchene at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.