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OVERHIRE CARPENTERS & WELDERS
Overhire Carpenters are a part of the production team who work primarily on the fabrication and installation of scenery, and report to the Shop Foreman and Technical Directors. Ideal applicants possess a background in theatre, knowledge of stagecraft, ability to read working drawings, and experience in both steel and wood fabrication techniques, including welding. Excellent communication skills, the ability to work in both solo and team settings, and a dedication to maintaining artistic excellence as well as a professional, safe environment for actors and technicians are necessary qualities for this position. Further experience in stage rigging, stage electrics, scenic art, furniture making, or properties fabrication is helpful but not required.
Overhire Carpenters will be expected to lift loads up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis. Job duties include (but are not limited to) construction and installation of scenery, assisting other areas of production such as Lighting and Sound, and maintenance of the scene shop, stage, and surrounding production support spaces.
Position is hourly and shifts are intermittent. The Assistant Technical Director emails notification of shift availability 1-4 weeks before first scheduled shift and average paid shift length is 7.75 hrs with 2 breaks and an additional 45 minute unpaid lunch. 4 hour minimum call. Pay rate begins at $14/hr. Overtime is available.
To Apply: email a statement of interest and resume to Assistant Technical Director, Rick Gerriets email@example.com with “Overhire Carpenter” in the subject line.
Everyman Theatre is committed to seeking and sustaining a culturally and ethnically diverse environment and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. Individuals from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.