Master Electrician

Bristol Valley Theater, a professional summer theater for over 50 years, is accepting resumes for a Master Electrician for our 2022 summer season. We are located in upstate New York, an hour south of Rochester, in the scenic Finger Lakes Region.

The 2022 summer season, running June 16  – September 4, includes Heartbeat of America: The Classics of Country, Cowboy Vs Samurai, Once, The Book Club Play, It’s a Small World (World Premiere), and Amy and the Orphans.

The contract will run from  May 28 – August 27 with possible extension through 9/4.

Salary range for this position is $500 – 600 per week. Housing is provided at no cost to the employee.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to

� Establishing communications with the seasonal lighting designers before their arrivals in Naples to facilitate their process, including ordering equipment/supplies as requested.
�Working with/assisting each lighting designer once they arrive.
� Inventory of current lamp stock. Reordering as necessary.
� Supervising, setting schedule for and working alongside electrics intern, including overseeing their compliance with company safety and covid policies..
� Personal participation, including ladder work, in hang and focus for all shows.
� Programming of ETC board, as needed.
� Board op and/or spot op assignments.
� Maintenance and repair, as needed, of all instruments.
� Maintaining a clean booth and lighting storage areas
� Updating instrument and equipment inventory at the conclusion of the contract
� Supervision of lighting budgets in cooperation with the lighting designers
� Personal participation, as needed, in strike/changeovers.
� Attending all production and budget meetings.

Please submit resume with cover letter and at least three references with phone numbers and email addresses to kbowersock@bvtnaples.org. Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email. Phone interviews are ongoing and will continue until the position is filled.

For 2022, all staff, designers and cast members must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.