Area Manager, Technical Entertainment

  • Charlotte
  • -
Overview: Support the Manager of Entertainment Production in the successful install of all shows, festivals, and special events in regards to audio/sound needs as well as other duties as assigned. Responsibilities: Leads the audio/sound crews for show installs and show run operations Assist with audio/sound technical needs for all special events Maintains and inventories all audio/sound equipment and makes recommendations on purchases to enhance events and shows Assist with the park wide background music and park announcements Provides guest service according to Cedar Fair standards when serving the guest or working with subordinates, including initiating guest interactions, answering questions and giving directions. Maintains cleanliness and safety in assigned work area and performs all duties in compliance with Cedar Fair Safety guidelines and requirements and reports all unsafe or unusual conditions to supervision. Meets scheduling availability requirements, including nights, weekends, and holiday periods to meet business needs. Meets Cedar Fair's attendance requirements as outlined in Cedar Fair's attendance policies. Adheres to Cedar Fair's Rules of Conduct including specific costuming and grooming standards as outlined in Employee Guidelines and other park/division specific policies and procedures. Other duties may be assigned. Qualifications: Minimum 3-5 years in technical theatre, experience leading a crew, knowledgeable and comfortable with all areas of technical theatre with a heavy enfaces in audio/sound Minimum AA in Technical Theatre, BA preferred. Ability to work nights, weekends and holiday periods to meet business needs. Ability to pass a mandatory (or random) drug test, per Company policy, unless prohibited by state or provincial law. Ability to pass a background check, if 18 years of age or older, which may include, but is not limited to, credit, criminal, DMV, previous employment, education and personal references, per Company policy, unless prohibited by federal, state, or provincial law.