Blumenthal Arts seeks Technical Production Manager

Position: Technical Production Manager 
Job Type: Full Time
Offer Range: $22-$28/hour

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Are you looking to make a lasting impact on enriching and improving the lives of the Charlotte community with one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit organizations? At Blumenthal Arts, we believe arts unite and transform lives. By joining our team, you could help continue our mission, inspire the next generation, and be part of our evolution as a national leader with a growing international reputation in presenting and producing.

Your impact:

  • Supervise stage/technical crew members, interns, and other employees as necessary and provide oversight of stage, sound, and lighting equipment for event and activities.
  • Provide departmental human resources support for subordinate staff and crew – including conflict resolution, payroll, developing reports, and new hire onboarding.
  • Manage theatrical systems including fly systems, electrical, audio, and video systems, and rigging.
  • Design, source, install, inventory, operate, and service theatrical equipment systems an infrastructures.
  • Meet with clients, vendors, and other departmental personnel to discuss requirements for projects and events.
  • Assist in determining budgets, space design, coordinating equipment usage, assessing labor needs, scheduled, and reviewing contracts, etc. for projects and events.

Who We Are:

For 31 years, Blumenthal Arts has been presenting the best of Broadway which has established us as a top-ten touring market. Along with hosting and investing in Tony Award-winning Broadway, we shape the future of arts through new and original works we help produce and by nurturing artists. We support local artists, like our award-winning Slam Charlotte poets, Blumenthal Fellows, and 16 resident companies that share our stages. We present the Charlotte International Arts Festival and innovate with cutting edge immersive projects. We infuse more than $80 million annually into our local economy and ensure access through our Arts For All Access Grants, which serve thousands of individuals each year with free and subsidized tickets and programs.

We are a diverse team of leaders, innovators, transformers, and collaborators who believe in the inspirational and uniting spirit of the arts. Our mission to use the arts as a catalyst for education, community connectedness, and economic growth drives our work. Our team infuses skills from various backgrounds and industries to continue to provide art excellence to the Charlotte community.

Why Join Us:

We prioritize our employees’ well-being by offering a comprehensive benefits package that not only includes competitive compensation but also emphasizes work-life balance. Our employee-forward approach fosters an environment where individuals can thrive both personally and professionally.

Our benefits package includes:

  • Medical insurance with no-cost premium for employee only coverage, plus FSA and employer-funded HRA options
  • Life Balance Reimbursement up to $125 a month for qualifying expenses such as transportation, parking, and wellness-related memberships
  • Paid vacation, sick leave, and holiday time to recharge with your loved ones
  • Flexible schedules
  • Complimentary tickets
  • Vision and dental insurance
  • Retirement savings with a 3% employer match to help secure your future
  • And more!

Skills You’ll Bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Technical Theater or related field
  • At least 5 years of experience in technical theater, preferably for a large multi-theater venue
  • Advanced technical theater knowledge, including proficiency in lighting or audio
  • Experience with AutoCAD, Vectorworks, of Lightwright design software
  • Experience with Q-Lab programming and operations
  • Budgeting and resource management
  • Project management