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Junior Production Manager

Category
Wine Bar
Cuisine
American
Summary
Junior Production Manager
Salary To Be discussed
Schedule Full Time
Experience Minimum 4 years of experience
Location 1350 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA
Category Wine Bar
Cuisine American

Junior Production Manager


Description

City Winery strives to deliver the highest-end combined culinary and cultural experience to our customers who are passionate in sharing wine, music, and culinary arts. We are a unique facility, combining a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events in a variety of configurations, and fine dining. We have created a compelling mix for our sophisticated clientele of foodies, and active cultural patrons—bringing the wine country experience to the middle of a large city.


We are proud to offer a safe workplace for our employees. In the interest of safety for all City Winery employees, the Company requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (defined as 1 completed dose of a 1-dose series or 2 completed doses of a 2-dose series of the COVID-19 vaccine), and encourage employees to receive their booster shot if eligible, unless due to a bona fide medical and/or sincerely held religious reason in which case a reasonable accommodation will be discussed unless it causes an undue hardship to City Winery.  


The Junior Production Manager is responsible for presenting City Winery to the local, national, and international artistic communities as a professional venue, dedicated to meeting the needs of performers and clients.  This position maintains a high level of production value for everything A/V-related.  They will provide in-house audio, video, lighting and technical engineering support for concert programming and events and provide preshow advancing and day-of support for those needs.  The Junior Production Manager will maintain, protect, organize, and inventory all relevant equipment and work with the management team on any departmental needs.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in live sound and events production mixing audio, lighting, and video.
  • Prior experience and full comprehension and ability to mix audio on the Yamaha sound platform required.
  • High integrity, reliable work ethic, and unparalleled passion for hospitality, food, wine, and music.
  • Professional and effective communication skills.
  • Superior organization skills and attention to detail.
  • Able to work independently as well as collaboratively with a team.
  • Must have proficient computer and technological skills.
  • Ability to perform physical requirements of position including standing for extended periods of time, kneeling, stooping, using stairs, able to lift, carry, push, pull weight of at least 70 lb.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays as needed.

 

Overview of Responsibilities

  • Operate concert and event audio, lighting and video as scheduled with the production manager, 5 days per week. This will include at least 1 early morning Brunch show shift on Saturdays or Sundays. These shifts may be in any concert or event space in the facility but will be concentrated in the Loft venue.
  • Advance production for the Loft venue concerts and events, reporting to the Production Manager, including artist and client production advancing, backline ordering, equipment coordination, etc.
  • Schedule and coordinate additional production staff when required.
  • Adapt to colleague requests and fellow staff feedback for technical show requirements.  
  • Participate in the oversight of AV gear security, maintenance, organization and inventory of all A/V equipment.
  • Work with tour managers and clients to make sure all AV needs at met on the day of show, and adapt as needed.
  • Reference all backline and AV rental orders to ensure needs are met for the show or event.
  • Participate in production meetings as needed.  Ensure Tripleseat is always updated with current production information.
  • Oversee set up of tech needs as required (including but not limited to: Loft venue, Main venue, Private Dining Room, Restaurant, Patio)
  • Act as primary point of contact for artists and management upon arrival at City Winery; greet artists / management, show them to dressing room / green room, and introduce them to Concert Manager.
  • Ensure spaces occupied by talent are clean and set with hospitality as per the rider prior to artist arrival.
  • Oversee pre- and post-show music ensuring that it is appropriate for genre of band performing and at a suitable level.
  • Manage pre-show stage lighting and in-show lighting (i.e. focused look rather than a stage wash for a solo performer); ensure lighting is dynamic and matches the show (one look is not sufficient for any show).
  • Facilitate proper pre-show announcements and house lights for show level.
  • Manage and coordinate run of the show (sound check beginning and end times, start of show timing, house and stage lighting, etc.).
  • Programming, operation, and maintenance of all building lighting systems.
  • Other duties, projects, and tasks as per business need.


Perks & Benefits! Comped concerts and dining experiences, employee merchandise and meal discounts, FREE family meal, 401K Retirement Plan, Volunteer Opportunities, Flexible Spending Accounts including pre-tax commuter benefits and parking, & more depending on position and other Company eligibility requirements. 


City Winery strives to deliver the highest-end combined culinary and cultural experience to our customers who are passionate in sharing wine, music, and culinary arts. We are a unique facility, combining a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events in a variety of configurations, and fine dining. We have created a compelling mix for our sophisticated clientele of foodies, and active cultural patrons—bringing the wine country experience to the middle of a large city.


We are proud to offer a safe workplace for our employees. In the interest of safety for all City Winery employees, the Company requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (defined as 1 completed dose of a 1-dose series or 2 completed doses of a 2-dose series of the COVID-19 vaccine), and encourage employees to receive their booster shot if eligible, unless due to a bona fide medical and/or sincerely held religious reason in which case a reasonable accommodation will be discussed unless it causes an undue hardship to City Winery.  


The Junior Production Manager is responsible for presenting City Winery to the local, national, and international artistic communities as a professional venue, dedicated to meeting the needs of performers and clients.  This position maintains a high level of production value for everything A/V-related.  They will provide in-house audio, video, lighting and technical engineering support for concert programming and events and provide preshow advancing and day-of support for those needs.  The Junior Production Manager will maintain, protect, organize, and inventory all relevant equipment and work with the management team on any departmental needs.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in live sound and events production mixing audio, lighting, and video.
  • Prior experience and full comprehension and ability to mix audio on the Yamaha sound platform required.
  • High integrity, reliable work ethic, and unparalleled passion for hospitality, food, wine, and music.
  • Professional and effective communication skills.
  • Superior organization skills and attention to detail.
  • Able to work independently as well as collaboratively with a team.
  • Must have proficient computer and technological skills.
  • Ability to perform physical requirements of position including standing for extended periods of time, kneeling, stooping, using stairs, able to lift, carry, push, pull weight of at least 70 lb.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays as needed.

 

Overview of Responsibilities

  • Operate concert and event audio, lighting and video as scheduled with the production manager, 5 days per week. This will include at least 1 early morning Brunch show shift on Saturdays or Sundays. These shifts may be in any concert or event space in the facility but will be concentrated in the Loft venue.
  • Advance production for the Loft venue concerts and events, reporting to the Production Manager, including artist and client production advancing, backline ordering, equipment coordination, etc.
  • Schedule and coordinate additional production staff when required.
  • Adapt to colleague requests and fellow staff feedback for technical show requirements.  
  • Participate in the oversight of AV gear security, maintenance, organization and inventory of all A/V equipment.
  • Work with tour managers and clients to make sure all AV needs at met on the day of show, and adapt as needed.
  • Reference all backline and AV rental orders to ensure needs are met for the show or event.
  • Participate in production meetings as needed.  Ensure Tripleseat is always updated with current production information.
  • Oversee set up of tech needs as required (including but not limited to: Loft venue, Main venue, Private Dining Room, Restaurant, Patio)
  • Act as primary point of contact for artists and management upon arrival at City Winery; greet artists / management, show them to dressing room / green room, and introduce them to Concert Manager.
  • Ensure spaces occupied by talent are clean and set with hospitality as per the rider prior to artist arrival.
  • Oversee pre- and post-show music ensuring that it is appropriate for genre of band performing and at a suitable level.
  • Manage pre-show stage lighting and in-show lighting (i.e. focused look rather than a stage wash for a solo performer); ensure lighting is dynamic and matches the show (one look is not sufficient for any show).
  • Facilitate proper pre-show announcements and house lights for show level.
  • Manage and coordinate run of the show (sound check beginning and end times, start of show timing, house and stage lighting, etc.).
  • Programming, operation, and maintenance of all building lighting systems.
  • Other duties, projects, and tasks as per business need.


Perks & Benefits! Comped concerts and dining experiences, employee merchandise and meal discounts, FREE family meal, 401K Retirement Plan, Volunteer Opportunities, Flexible Spending Accounts including pre-tax commuter benefits and parking, & more depending on position and other Company eligibility requirements. 



Details
Salary To Be discussed
Schedule Full Time
Experience Minimum 4 years of experience
Location 1350 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA
Category Wine Bar
Cuisine American

Skills
A/V
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1350 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA