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Core Entertainment Technical Services Audio Supervisor

PARK

Six Flags Over Texas

LOCATION

Arlington , Texas

JOB TYPE

Part-Time

CATEGORY

Operations

JOB SUMMARY:


Six Flags Over Texas is looking for an experienced, organized, and dedicated individual to join the Entertainment Team. As the Entertainment Technical Services Audio Supervisor, you will be responsible for creating, running, and trouble-shooting all things audio at Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor-Arlington. You will report to the Entertainment Manager and work closely with Entertainment Creative and Production staffs, as well as contract vendors, to ensure the smooth and safe installation of Entertainment product and ensure the high-quality daily operation of assigned shows and special projects.


SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:


· Create timelines and facilitate all audio installations and strikes of shows, events, and festivals.


· Create and edit in-house recordings, as well as procurement and editing of show and festival audio files.


· Attend technical rehearsals to mic, EQ, and mix shows, and record cues in system as assigned.


· Perform daily inspections of all audio elements, systems and special effects, following appropriate start-up and shutdown procedures.


· Manage rehab and repair of company assets, as well as sourcing and acquiring audio equipment as needed.


· Correct audio issues quickly and safely to ensure an optimum guest experience.


· Lead assigned technical services team members in daily operational duties, including new installations and repairs, load-ins and load-outs, system maintenance, and other projects as assigned.


· Adhere to all company and department safety policies, communicating with stage and production management on any issues or safety concerns.


· Attend meetings and serve as Entertainment “Manager on Duty” as assigned.


· Perform all other duties as assigned.


 


PREFERRED IN IDEAL CANDIDATE:


· Be at least 18 years old.


· Have previous theatre and theme park experience in audio or a technical theatre degree (BA) or (BFA).


· Have one-year of leadership experience, including supervision of teams.


· Maintain confidentiality and adhere to non-disclosure agreements.


· Be practiced in electrical wiring, load balancing, and theatre/arena rigging.


· Be able to read and create audio equipment plots.


· Be proficient in the following: Q-Lab, Programming + Automation + Operation.


· Be willing to learn and get certified in our new park audio system, Q-SYS.


· Have advanced knowledge of audio protocols and networking (such as DMX).


· Have advanced skills using M32 + Wing Audio consoles, digital networking + Ultranet Personal Monitor Systems.


· Have advanced experience with Pro Tools 2021 for in-house recording sessions and editing.


· Be ETCP- and OSHA10-Certified or willing to obtain certification within 6 months of hiring.


· Be able to use basic power tools and supply basic tools (multi + crescent wrench + flashlight + work gloves).


· Have a valid TX Driver’s License with a clear driving record.


· Not have a fear of heights, and must be willing to be trained to operate forklifts and aerial lifts, such as booms and scissor lifts.


· Be able to work in all outdoor conditions for extended periods of time.


· Be able to stand, walk, crouch, bend, stoop, kneel, lift, climb stairs/ladders, push, and pull up to 50lbs.


· Be available to work a flexible schedule, including nights, early mornings, weekends and holidays, plus overtime as assigned.


· Be punctual and have a good attendance record. Dependability is a must.


· Have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple tasks and projects.


· Be a highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work well unsupervised and with others.


· Possess strong organizational skills and excellent communication skills, both written and oral.