Rabbit Run Community Arts Association

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RRCAA currently has the following openings:

Technical Director/Production Manager
Posted Oct. 10, 2019

DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 1, 2019

Job Overview: The Technical Director/Production Manager reports to the Executive Director as a seasonal (mid-May through late-August), independent contractor position working approximately 15 – 20 hours during a regular week and well over 40 hours during a tech week. Salary range is commensurate with experience, and is highly competitive based on comparable theatres in the region.

The Technical Director/Production Manager manages and implements all technical aspects of productions excluding costumes for RRT's five-production season. Working with an assistant, the TD/PM is responsible for the full scenic design and build, and oversees a scenic artist, properties mistress, lighting and sound designers for each production.

Candidates must possess proficient technical skills in the following areas: sound design/sound technician, lighting design/master electrician work, plus strong scenic design/set construction skills. While RRT has a whirlwind production schedule with the expectation of long, intense hours during tech week for each production, we are a close-knit, supportive group and take great pride in the quality of our work.

DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION: Implement all technical aspects of productions • Manage scene shop and maintain its organization • Maintain tools and equipment • Maintain technical aspects of performance venue • Work with designers to ensure they design within budget and organizational capacity • Oversee lighting and sound set-up • Design and build sets for all productions • Recruit, engage, and oversee community volunteers

 QUALIFICATIONS:  Exceptional project management skills • Strong communication skills • Ability to collaborate and be a team player • Proficient technical skills in the following areas: • Sound design/sound technician + Lighting design/master electrician + Scenic design/set construction • Ability to lift and carry up to 70lbs • Experience managing expenses and budgets 

EXPERIENCE:  Preferably 2 years of experience working in a small scale theatre • Proven track record of success in shop organization • Some staff management and administrative experience • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience preferred

TO APPLY: Interested candidates should email cover letter, résumé, and references to: rabbitrunoffice@windstream.net. Subject header should read: [LAST NAME], Technical Director/Production Manager. The deadline to apply is Sunday, December 1, 2019.

Private music instructor openings available for guitar, voice and piano.
Posted:  Oct. 10, 2019

RRCAA seeks motivated and experienced private music instructors to teach the following disciplines: guitar, voice and piano. Candidates should have experience teaching students with varying levels of experience ranging in age from youth through adult.  Studio openings are available on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Potential instructors should possess considerable training and experience with their respective discipline as well as two years of teaching experience.  Instructors are expected to provide students with high quality and sound technical training, and maintain clear and consistent communication with parents and with the RRCAA staff.

Instructors must pass local, state, and federal background check at their own expense. 

How to Apply: Send resume of experience and cover letter to rabbitrunoffice@windstream.net or call RRCAA at 440-428-5913.

Rabbit Run Community Arts Association | 49 Park Street Madison, Ohio 44057 (mail received here)
5648 W. Chapel Rd., Madison, OH 44057 (Theater)
Main Office: 440-428-5913 Box Office: 440-428-7092

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