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PCPA – Pacific Conservatory Theatre seeks a highly skilled team leader for its Technical Director position.

The TD is responsible for the overall operation of the scene shop, including; season planning, working drawings, budgeting labor and materials, and construction of all scenic elements. As a member of the conservatory faculty; teaching aspects of scenic construction competencies and supervising students in production labs.

The TD assists in long-range planning, ensures safety standards, supervises professional staff and students, and attends tech/dress rehearsals and production meetings.

Master’s Degree preferred or; Bachelor’s Degree with 2 years of professional experience in a similar position, or the equivalent. C.A.D. (VectorWorks and/or AutoCAD) proficiency required.

PCPA produces 10 shows per year in three theatres. Full-time, year-round position with benefits. Position open until filled. Salary starts at $62,400 per year.

Position to begin on or about May 10, 2021 (dates subject to local COVID status).

Email a cover letter, resume and 3 references to Jeff Allen, Production Manager, productionmanager@pcpa.org.

Additional information and job description can be downloaded from the link below.

At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. We believe that our understanding of the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion must continually grow and be actively practiced in our behavior and relationships. We will maintain a safe and welcoming working environment, free from any aggressions, and will interrupt behaviors that hinder our efforts to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. We will make space for open communication that enhances relationships with all staff and community members, particularly those belonging to historically marginalized groups. PCPA is committed to anti-racism and prohibits discrimination against anyone based on factors including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or socioeconomic standing. We commit to serving our community by inspiring our current audience, cultivating our future audience, and preparing the next generation of theatre professionals.
Are you a sound engineer, a sound designer, or both? Do you have a knowledge of sound and theatrical practices along with music and audio skills? Do you enjoy using your combined music and engineering knowledge? Do you have experience in studio recordings? Do you have advanced knowledge of QLab, Pro Tools, Logic, Wireless Workbench, or Dante? Do you have experience with Yamaha digital consoles and Shure wireless systems?

PCPA – Pacific Conservatory Theatre is looking for an enthusiastic individual to become our staff Sound Engineer/Designer. This is a full-time year-round position with benefits. Bachelor’s Degree preferred or 3 – 4 years of professional experience required in a similar position.

PCPA produces 7-10 shows per year in three theatres. As a staff member of PCPA candidates will be part of the mentoring and training of the students and interns of the conservatory. Well-qualified candidates may also have the opportunity to sound design when not operating as the FOH engineer.

Send a cover letter and resume with three references via email to: Jeff Allen, productionmanager@pcpa.org. This is a full-time exempt position with benefits and will begin (subject to local COVID status) on/or about May 10, 2021. The annual salary is $58,240. A complete job description can be downloaded from the link below.

At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. We believe that our understanding of the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion must continually grow and be actively practiced in our behavior and relationships. We will maintain a safe and welcoming working environment, free from any aggressions, and will interrupt behaviors that hinder our efforts to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. We will make space for open communication that enhances relationships with all staff and community members, particularly those belonging to historically marginalized groups. PCPA upholds a commitment to Anti-Racism and prohibits discrimination against anyone based on factors including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or socioeconomic standing. We commit to serving our community by inspiring our current audience, cultivating our future audience, and preparing the next generation of theatre professionals.
PCPA – Pacific Conservatory Theatre seeks a skilled, collaborative company member for our Scene Shop Supervisor.

The position will begin in May of 2021 (subject to local COVID status). The position will remain open until filled.

This position requires an energetic and motivated individual that will work well in a theatrical scene shop, building multiple shows per year for our three theatres in Santa Maria and (outdoor) Solvang. Must have good theatrical carpentry and welding skills. Rigging skills a plus.

A great opportunity to work on collaborative and individual projects. Under the direction of the Technical Director and ATD, the Scene Shop Supervisor will also lead and mentor interns and students from the conservatory training program.
Send a cover letter and resume with three references to Jeff Allen, Production Manager, PCPA, productionmanager@pcpa.org. This is a full-time exempt position with benefits. This position is compensated at a rate of $16 per hour.

A complete job description can be downloaded from the link below.

At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. We believe that our understanding of the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion must continually grow and be actively practiced in our behavior and relationships. We will maintain a safe and welcoming working environment, free from any aggressions, and will interrupt behaviors that hinder our efforts to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. We will make space for open communication that enhances relationships with all staff and community members, particularly those belonging to historically marginalized groups. PCPA upholds a commitment to Anti-Racism and prohibits discrimination against anyone based on factors including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or socioeconomic standing. We commit to serving our community by inspiring our current audience, cultivating our future audience, and preparing the next generation of theatre professionals.
PCPA seeks an experienced AEA production stage manager.

This position will stage manage shows throughout the season. In collaboration with the Staff Stage Manager. This position will lead all Stage Management department activities and department personnel including interns and students. This includes conducting all rehearsal and performance activities personally or through intern assignments. As a Production Department Head, this position will teach students in the conservatory program both in classroom and lab settings. The Production Stage Manager works with the Production Manager to schedule meetings and other events needed to complete the production process. This position monitors all Equity actions and, with the Production Manager, maintains compliance with AEA/URTA contract. As an essential communication link for the entire company, this position plays a central role in the success of each production and life of the company.

Position to begin June 1st, 2021, but no later than August 2nd, (dates subject to local COVID status). MFA preferred, or BA/BFA or 4- 5 years of professional experience required. Weekly contract compensation is per AEA/URTA tier III, $1,318.00. Please send a cover letter and resume to Jeff Allen, productionmanager@pcpa.org. A copy of the resident job description can be downloaded from the link below.

At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. We believe that our understanding of the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion must continually grow and be actively practiced in our behavior and relationships. We will maintain a safe and welcoming working environment, free from any aggressions, and will interrupt behaviors that hinder our efforts to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. We will make space for open communication that enhances relationships with all staff and community members, particularly those belonging to historically marginalized groups. PCPA is committed to anti-racism and prohibits discrimination against anyone based on factors including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or socioeconomic standing. We commit to serving our community by inspiring our current audience, cultivating our future audience, and preparing the next generation of theatre professionals.
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