Looking for a Properties Supervisor. They will be responsible for all upcoming productions on its three stages and support for special events. Individuals will work closely with Production Management, Scenic Designers, Directors, and technicians.
Individuals will work closely with Production Management, Scenic Designers, Directors, and technicians. Individuals will manage the construction, purchasing, procurement, and maintenance of show properties for the Friedman Theatre and NY City Center Stages I and II as well as special events. Responsibilities also include the upkeep and inventory of all stock and storage areas. Duties will include hiring and supervising of full time seasonal properties artisan staff and over hires, building rehearsal and show props, constructing, upholstering, and altering furniture, shopping, and maintenance. Management skills, carpentry skills, general craft skills, and experience with upholstery, soft goods, painting, and Photoshop are highly important. The perfect candidate is a jack-of-all-trades who is able to approach problems from many angles. Applicants should be able to communicate effectively with designers, props personnel, stage managers, run crew, directors, actors, and other production departments. Creativity and willingness to work as a team member are required. Additionally, MTC hosts two special events per year: a Spring Gala and a Fall Benefit. It will fall under the Properties Supervisorâ€™s purview to prep the needs for these events. The Properties Supervisor will also be responsible for maintaining the City Center Props office, Prop Shop, and properties storage facilities.
Pay: $1,209.92 per week
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