Employment

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More positions may be added; please check back for updated information. Please note: All company members will be required to follow all COVID-19 health and safety policies and procedures, including mask wearing and testing.

 

Scenic Carpenter

The Glimmerglass Festival seeks Scenic Carpenters for its 2021-22 offseason build period. Scenic Carpenters report to the Head Carpenter and ATD of Scenery Operations. They work as a member of a 4-6 person carpentry crew. This year their primary goals will include assisting with the construction of three productions, a few large prop pieces, and general carpentry projects on campus. Basic wood construction and welding knowledge is needed. Some projects will be worked on independently, while other projects will require working in a group setting. Some training opportunities may be available. Commitment to safe work habits and shop practices is essential. Must be willing to abide by Glimmerglass Festival’s current and potential future Covid-19 policies, including testing and wearing a mask on campus.

This position runs 10/1/2021-9/30/2022. $18.00/Hr. Includes Full-time Benefits and Paid Time Off

To apply, send cover letter and resume to Technical Director Ross Rundell at rrundell@glimmerglass.org.

 

Head Carpenter

The Glimmerglass Festival seeks a Head Carpenter for its 2021-22 offseason build period and through our summer festival season. The Head Carpenter reports to the ATD of Scenery Operations and the Technical Director. They work as a member of a 4-6 person carpentry crew. This year their primary goals will include assisting with the construction of three productions, a few large prop pieces, and general carpentry projects on campus. The Head Carpenter will also be asked to perform minor tool repair and maintenance, and assist with inventory tracking. Wood construction, welding, and metal fabrication knowledge is needed. Leadership experience is a plus as scenic carpenters will be encouraged to ask the Head Carpenter questions. Some projects will be worked on independently, while other projects will require working in a group setting. Some training opportunities may be available. Commitment to safe work habits and shop practices is essential. Must be willing to abide by Glimmerglass Festival’s current and potential future Covid-19 policies, including testing and wearing a mask on campus.

This position runs 10/1/2021-9/30/2022. $21.00/Hr. Includes Full-time Benefits and Paid Time Off

To apply, send cover letter and resume to Technical Director Ross Rundell at rrundell@glimmerglass.org.

 

Updated August 16, 2021 

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