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Technical Production Supervisor

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Contract: Fixed-term maternity cover Required from: 1 September until week of 20 December 2021 If you offer considerable technical theatre and production skills, this key role offers the opportunity to provide a high level of technical support on a variety of productions and events at one of London’s top day schools. Wimbledon High School is abundant with performance opportunities and a number of venues, including The Rutherford Centre; a fantastic and versatile theatre, which boasts an impressive lighting and sound system. As Technical Production Supervisor, you will be responsible for providing technical support to ensure the smooth and safe operation of all performance venues owned and used by the School, including the Rutherford Centre, Junior and Senior Halls, the Sports Hall and Drama Studio. You will provide technical support in relation to production, lighting, sound, AV, staging and seating for school productions, performances, rehearsals, lessons, assemblies and events, ensuring compliance with health and safety and operating procedures. You will also manage and produce live events through the School’s online platforms and set up and operate camera, mic, autocue and lighting equipment for live streamed events. You will also be responsible for managing a theatre and events technical budget. You will need experience of programming lighting and putting together a basic lighting design, and the ability to work and operate radio microphone systems. Experience of planning and producing online events, both live and recorded, is also a key requirement, along with good knowledge of online events platforms such as Teams and Zoom. About the School: One of London’s top day schools, Wimbledon High School is a highly academic school for girls aged 4 to 18, located in the heart of Wimbledon, less than 20 minutes from central London. For further details and an application form please click the apply button. The closing date for applications is Thursday 15 July 2021 at 9am. Interviews will take place on Thursday 29 July 2021. The GDST is committed to diversity, inclusion and real change: a family where every individual is valued, respected and included. We are committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.

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