Properties Master Drama Faculty Arts Jobs Vacancy in The University Calgary Calgary
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Properties Master Drama Faculty Arts Jobs Vacancy in The University Calgary Calgary Jobs Details:
Drama in the School of Creative and Performing Arts in the Faculty of Arts is currently seeking a Full-time Regular Properties Master .
Reporting to the Academic Production Manager, the Properties Master is a fully proficient technical practitioner with in-depth knowledge of theory, systems, technologies and processes of Properties design and construction. The key purpose of this position is to coordinate Properties elements related to productions and courses, and supervise the lab instruction of students in those elements, for the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), Division of Drama.
The work requires the Properties Master to be off campus for the purposes of materials acquisition and research and works variable hours when necessary.
Summary of Key Responsibilities (job functions include but are not limited to):
- Examine, interpret, cost, and execute Properties designs
- Act as a technical and design resource for students, faculty, staff and third-party renters regarding Properties elements required for their projects
- Train and mentor student Production Assistants in Properties-related responsibilities including planning, costing, altering and construction techniques
- Supervise students throughout the rehearsal and production process with an eye to efficient and safe use of equipment
- Act as laboratory supervisor for technical theatre courses relating to Properties and other technical areas. This function requires the ability to demonstrate, instruct, and train students at all levels of competence, whether graduate or undergraduate, as well as assisting staff and faculty in the use of all facility systems and equipment
- Work independently and manage projects effectively, on time, on budget and aligned with the SCPA's overall objectives
- Maintain technical systems, equipment and personal protective equipment in the Properties workshop so that they are fully functional and available to users
- Ensure the safe and proper use of equipment and materials in the Properties Workshop and other venues following the University's Occupational Health and Safety policies and guidelines
- Ensure that spaces are clean, organized and regularly maintained
- Create and maintain a safe and secure working environment
- Develop and maintain good working relations within the Drama Division, the SCPA, other units within the University as well as with the general public where those relationships involve production and technical matters
- Create, nurture and maintain relationships with professional and semiprofessional theatre companies, other post-secondary programs, the school systems, and other community users of Drama's Properties collection for loan and exchange purposes
- Maintain and update the MSDS database for the Properties and Costume workshops and make that information accessible to all shop users
Qualifications / Requirements:
- BA or BFA in Drama or a Technical Theatre diploma in a related field and/or related work experience
- A demonstrated working knowledge of Properties and a minimum of five years¿ experience in Properties costing, planning build schedules, buying materials, organizing stock and leading Properties personnel
- Supervising lab instruction in the Properties Workshop and for other technical theatre courses to graduate and undergraduate students
- A working knowledge of carpentry, upholstery, sewing and soft goods fabrication, scenic sculpture, molding and casting, thermoplastics, plastic resins, mask construction, furniture finishing, colour theory and mixing, scenic painting and paint techniques
- Knowledge of the use of shop tools
- Knowledge of Vectorworks, CADD, and basic office computer applications (ex. Word and Excel)
- A proven ability to lead a team and work effectively on a team
- A demonstrated knowledge of project costing, planning, and execution
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- A valid Driver's License
- Experience working with students in a post-secondary setting is an asset
- First Aid training is an asset
- WHIMS training is an asset
Application Deadline: June 5, 2018
We would like to thank all applicants in advance for submitting their resumes. Please note, only those candidates chosen to continue on through the selection process will be contacted.
This position is part of the AUPE bargaining unit, and falls under the Technical Job Family, Phase II.
To find out more about management and staff opportunities at the University of Calgary and all we have to offer, view our Management and Staff Careers website. For more information about the Faculty of Arts visit Careers in the Faculty of Arts.
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