The Phoenix Theatre Company
Phoenix, AZ
Production House | Professional Job

Expires: 08/31/24

Job Dates

year round


57-62k annually annually

Audio Video Supervisor
Full time: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Production

About The Phoenix Theatre Company
TPTC is Arizona+rsquo;s largest professional regional theatre. As we complete a $30 million expansion in 2025 with our new 500 seat theatre, we will be a leader in innovative theatre, partnering with producers for Pre-Broadway new works, producing and co-presenting with other top regional theatres across North America, as well as continuing to produce our shows in house.

Our beautiful 14-acre campus includes three theaters, a restaurant and bar, rehearsal halls, and production shops, all on one site. We produce a wide range of theatre, offering 9-11 shows a season and will be celebrating our 104th Season.

Job Summary
The Audio Video Supervisor is the manager of the audio department, and facilitator of all video needs in production. The Supervisor will also serve as relief A1 for both Hormel and Hardes series productions, mixing at least one show per week per space during each shows run. The Supervisor is responsible for insuring the realization of sound and video designs for all Phoenix Theatre Company productions. The Supervisor oversees and helps to implement all load-in/outs for Audio/Video and ensures the safety and efficiency of that work. They are on-call for any problems that arise during technical rehearsals and performances, and they are responsible for overseeing the programming and operation of the audio/video equipment during productions. The Supervisor is also responsible for maintaining current copies and backups of all soft (computer) and hard (printed copies) information for sound/video designs. The Supervisor is responsible for coordination of the sound team+rsquo;s schedules and workload. The Supervisor executes all implementation of video needs for productions. The Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance and tracking of all audio/video equipment and advises on equipment needs, upgrades and additions. The Supervisor must be conversant on all audio/video equipment and control programs, as well as current trends in software and technologies. The Audio Video Supervisor is responsible for keeping within all budget constraints for labor and materials. On top of all above duties, the Audio Video Supervisor must be well versed in providing additional Audio/Video support throughout the facility and campus as needed.

Essential Duties + Responsibilities
Oversees and manages the entire audio/video department
Prepares all sound/video equipment used by The Phoenix Theatre Company
Acquires all necessary materials and supplies for the audio/video department depending upon budget
Manages the audio/video budget
Serves as relief A1 for all spaces mixing 1 show per week for each show running and subbing for additional shows to cover vacations or sick leave of the Lead audio engineer or audio engineer
Attends all necessary production and staff meetings and events
Supervises the team to ensure all show notes are completed
Coordinates schedules for load-in and tech week with the Director of Production
Coordinates working schedules of the lead audio engineer, audio engineer and apprentice(s)
Perform maintenance on audio/video equipment
Manages the inventory of all audio/video equipment and supplies and makes recommendations on purchases
Oversees all video designs and executes all design needs
Supervises the accuracy and safety of the sound design execution
Organizes and maintains cleanliness of the booths, sound storage, offices
Maintains a safe working environment based on OSHA standards
Ensures and maintains the design and integrity of each production through-out its run
Adheres to all production deadlines
Oversees the execution of all production notes given by the artistic team within reason and budget
Works cohesively with all production departments to execute each production successfully

Minimum Qualifications
A degree in Technical Theatre or equivalent experience in regional and/or professional theatre or equivalent industries.
Excellent knowledge of audio/video equipment
Computer skills and knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite
Basic knowledge and repair of various audio/ video equipment
Ability to work at heights up to 25 feet in an upright lift
Willingness to adhere to a higher production standard and the desire and competence to complete production

Physical / Mental Demands + Working Conditions
General Office and Theatre work environment
Evenings and Weekends are required
Heavy lifting and heights up to 25 feet

Compensation/Start Date
$57,000-$62,000 annually (BOE)
Desired start date: Sept. 9th 2024

Additional Benefits
Qualifying Employer for the Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
13 Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Time, Vacation, and Personal Days
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and AD+D Insurance Eligibility
Generous 401K Employer Matching program
Flexible work arrangements based on work assignments and tasks (when possible)
Free Parking for Employees
Free allocation of tickets to TPTC productions
Employee discounts at ArtBar+Bistro

To Apply
Send cover letter and resume to Laurie Frey the General Manager at l.frey@phoenixtheatre.com

To learn more about The Phoenix Theatre Company please visit our website at www.phoenixtheatre.com

The Phoenix Theatre Company is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. Accordingly, The Phoenix Theatre Company provides employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, sex, pregnancy, national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, genetic status or information, military or veteran status or status in any status protected by federal, state, or local law.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training. The Phoenix Theatre Company will not tolerate unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation under any circumstances.
We are eager to cultivate a broad and inclusive field of applicants. The Phoenix Theatre Company is committed to building a diverse community of staff, volunteers, and apprentices. Individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.


Laurie Frey

General Manager



Business Address

1825 N. Central Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Posted: 05/31/2024 18:42:02 EST

Last Updated: 06/01/2024 01:00 EST

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