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Communilux Productions provides a creative, collaborative and professional atmosphere working on a wide variety of projects working with a very diverse group of craftspeople/artisans, clients and vendors. Competitive salary. Full benefits package available.

Communilux Productions is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person, employee or job applicant because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, political belief or disability.

For general inquiries, please contact us at info@communilux.com.

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Duties and Responsibilities

The Technical Director is responsible for the construction and installation of theatrical and miscellaneous projects in any venue that Communilux Productions may elect to perform work. The Technical Director must have a high level of professionalism, a strong organizational background, excellent communication / interpersonal skills, the ability to multi-task while maintaining attention to detail and possess a creative approach to scenic construction.  This position reports to the Director of Scenic Production.

Professional skills required include, drafting/detailing, CNC router programming, materials ordering, labor management, coordination with shop and sub-contractors, daily reports, and high level problem solving skills. The Technical Director will work to oversee layout, fabrication, subcontractors, and set up process for all assigned projects to ensure accurate, timely, on-budget completion. Hands on experience related to design, engineering, layout, and wood/metal fabrication or general construction. The Technical Director must be willing to travel if required by project.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
  • Scenery construction and materials research
  • Scene shop organization and operations
  • Engineering for scenery construction
  • CNC programming and operation
  • Technical drafting for scenery construction
  • Determining build and paint schedule
  • Construction supply purchases
  • Stage rigging engineering, installation, and operations
  • Experience with automation, hydraulics, motors and electronics
  • Safety oversight for shops and productions
  • Shop and on-site crew training
  • Subcontractor arrangements

Proficiency with Vectorworks, EnRoute, Photoshop, and MS Office

Qualifications
  • Minimum BA or BFA. Technical production degree preferred
  • Minimum 5 years of solid industry experience in theater, technical theater and fabrication
  • Ability to make decisions when prioritizing the short and long term objectives for projects
  • Must have outstanding relationship skills and have a team oriented, collaborative work ethic

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Duties and Responsibilities

At CommuniLux we produce high quality scenery for a range of clientele that comes back year after year. Why do the clientele keep coming back, besides our impressive product, it’s because of the people. The team at CommuniLux is hardworking, resourceful, and most importantly a family. So the real question is do you want to be part of the CommuniLux family?

The Assistant Technical Director reports to the Technical Director and Directors of Scenic Production and assists with: the execution of productions from first briefing to load out; interfacing with clients to create a stunning vision; help with creating production schedules and delegation of task to respected departments. This is a position in which you will constantly be learning and have the ability to contribute to the growth of the company.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
  • Scenery construction and materials research
  • Scene shop organization and operations
  • Engineering for scenery construction
  • CNC programming and operation
  • Technical drafting for scenery construction
  • Determining build and paint schedule
  • Construction supply purchases
  • Stage rigging engineering, installation, and operations
  • Experience with automation, hydraulics, motors and electronics
  • Safety oversight for shops and productions
  • Shop and on-site crew training
  • Proficiency with Vectorworks, Enroute, Photoshop, and MS Office
Qualifications
  • Minimum BA or BFA. Technical Production degree preferred
  • Minimum 2 years of industry experience in theater, technical theater and fabrication
  • Ability to make decisions when prioritizing the short and long term objectives for projects
  • Must have outstanding relationship skills and have a team oriented, collaborative work ethic

Hope your bags are packed because as an ATD you will be traveling all over the country, sometimes even abroad! When on-site an ATD will assist with the load-in of the show and lead crews.


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Duties and Responsibilities

The CNC Operator / Scenic Carpenter will work under the supervision of the Scenic Construction Manager (SCM) and the Director of Scenic Operations.  This position is primarily responsible for the complete operation and maintenance of the Multi-cam router. The CNC Operator / Scenic Carpenter will assist the SCM with CNC programming and assist the shop with the construction and handling of scenic product. The CNC Operator / Scenic Carpenter must have a high level of professionalism, a strong organizational background, excellent communication / interpersonal skills, the ability to multi-task while maintaining attention to detail.

CNC operation skills required include, budgeting, materials ordering, labor management, managing client relationships, coordination with office and contractors, daily reports, CAD drafting and high level problem solving skills. Scenic carpentry skills include self-motivation and conscientious fabrication to produce high finish quality scenery while meeting the demands of an aggressive production schedule.   Must have command of hand and stationary woodworking tools. Hands on experience related to design, wood/metal fabrication or general construction. Working knowledge of theatrical and exhibit fabrication techniques; Word, Excel, Vector Works. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
  • Scenery construction materials research
  • Scene shop organization and operations policies
  • Storage and inventory management
  • Shop equipment and tool and maintenance
  • Theatre equipment maintenance
  • Engineering for scenery construction
  • Technical drafting for scenery construction
  • Stage rigging engineering, installation, and operations
  • Load-in and strike planning and supervision
  • Scene shift choreography in cooperation with stage management
  • Safety oversight for shops and productions
  • Shop and on-site crew training

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Duties and Responsibilities

The Scenic Charge Painter will oversee all aspects of the paint and graphics department and act as a liaison between paint shop staff and the Director of Scenic Production and Construction Manager. The Scenic Charge Painter’s work on the shop floor will serve as a model, exemplifying expected standards of quality work and shop safety.

 

Professional skills include, scenic painting and finishing, graphics, materials ordering, labor management, coordination with office and shop staff, daily reports, and high level problem solving skills. The Scenic Charge Painter will work to oversee fabrication, and coordination of all shop projects to ensure accurate, timely, on-budget completion. Hands on experience related to painting, texturing, finishes, carving, graphics application, softgoods and general scenic construction. Working knowledge of various software such as; Word, Excel, Photoshop is helpful.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
  • Scenery painting and related techniques
  • Paint shop organization and operations policies
  • Determining paint schedule
  • Paint and material supply purchases
  • Storage and inventory management
  • Shop equipment and tool maintenance
  • Shop crew training
  • Safety oversight for shops and productions

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Duties and Responsibilities

The Driver/ Warehouse reports to the Directors of Scenic Operations and will be the first one called upon to transport production elements to on-site locations. This position will also conduct pick-ups all around town when needed; assist with pull list, the movement of pulled items to loading zones, along with assisting in returning items back to inventory in a timely manner after a show. Assist with the general prep for loading a truck which would include labeling, wrapping, and packing. This is a position in which you will constantly be learning and have the ability to contribute to the growth of the company.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
  • Forklift certified a plus
  • General knowledge of shop safety
  • Heavy lifting required 75 lbs and up
  • The ability to work in extreme temperatures
  • Hands on attitude

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