Event A/V Production Manager
The Lux Productions transforms ideas into events through a comprehensive suite of lighting, video, logistics, and décor offerings. As a full-service production company, we successfully conceive and implement corporate, nonprofit, and social events to give clients memories that last a lifetime.
Event Production Management is a fast-paced and incredibly rewarding opportunity to those who can effectively manage time, people and resources while ensuring a successful event experience. The Production Manager has imagination, integrity, personality and attention to detail to fulfill both the clients’ vision and maintain our quality standard. As part of the leadership team of this detail oriented company, the Production Manager is responsible for implementing and delivering our designers vision to their clients. From design, sales, installation, operation, and removal. A successful candidate will have the passion for design, fulfilling the clients’ vision, managing crew members, and upholding our quality standards.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree or 4 years experiencein theatrical arts, design, lighting, audio, video, or related technical field. must have event or production experience. Must have experience managing team of people to accomplish tasks within a deadline. Must possess organizational skills and excellence in client relationships. Must have hand on experience with control consoles and/or visual display switchers.
Production Managers are expected to help plan and oversee all aspects of an event from the conception to the last detail of the event. Production Managers meet with relevant organizational staff and discuss the organization’s desires. Production Managers often suggest ideas, themes, or other creative possibilities to help an event. Adhering to a timeline is important and frequent communication with organization members as to the progress of the event is a must. Production Managers should expect local travel within the Bay Area, and willingness to work nights and most weekends.
Meet with staff members and discuss the implementation and technical direction with the event planners/designers.
Build Equipment Orders, Production Time Lines, and A/V Diagrams.
Oversee and Lead the installation, operation and breakdown of various sized Lighting, Audio, and Video Systems in The Greater Bay Area using state-of-the-art equipment.
Oversee maintenance of the equipment in their department, ensuring it is all in working condition
Skills and Traits
Good time management skills
Possess excellent problem-solving skills and superior communication skills
Produce a positive work environment by arousing enthusiasm for a shared mission.
Shows leadership through example, hard work, and dedication to the task at hand.
The Correct applicant can quickly experience personal and financial growth. Wage dependent on experience. Applicants must be available to work some nights and weekends. Full medical benefits and PTO after the introductory period.
Job Type: Full-time
Audio Visual: 1 year (Preferred)
Theatrical Arts: 1 year (Preferred)
Paid time off
436 N. Canal, #13 South San Francisco, CA 94080
22678 Broadway, STE A1
Sonoma, CA, 95476