The University of Notre Dame (ND.jobs) is accepting applications for a O'Neill Hall Facilities Coordinator.
Applications will be accepted until 11/30/2017.
The O'Neill Hall Facilities Coordinator will report directly to the Music Department Chair and is responsible for back-of-house operations for featured venues in O'Neill Hall of Music (Recital Hall, Performance Hall, 3rd Floor Rehearsal Halls, classrooms, etc.). The O'Neill Hall Facilities Coordinator (OH-FC) will work in coordination with the O'Neill Hall Technologist and Production Coordinator as well as other staff of the Music Department and Sacred Music at Notre Dame. This position will also supervise student workers. The O'Neill Hall Facilities Coordinator (OH-FC) is a 12-month position with night and weekend responsibilities year round.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: set up for performances, rehearsals, and classes in all the appropriate spaces throughout the building, including guest lecturers, colloquia, conferences and guest artists. This includes moving and setup of choral risers, podiums, chairs, and stands for performers, students, and audience members.
Coordinates with Technology and Production Coordinator and Piano Technician to assure that all equipment and instruments are set and ready for use. This includes pianos, other keyboard instruments (harpsichord, fortepiano, continuo organ, etc.), other instruments (percussion, etc.).
Conducts regular, routine inspections of the building, working with the Director of the Program, the Chair of the Department, and the Music Librarian and their staffs.
Coordinate with Crossroads oversight personnel to manage delivery of equipment through freight elevators and loading docks.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree Must be able to lift a minimum of 40 lbs.
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