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Production & Sound Tech Coordinator - LFJCC

Posted by Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center ; Posted on 
Production & Sound Tech Coordinator - LFJCC


PAY RATE/STATUS: $23.00-$25.00 per hour DOE/ Full-Time, Non-Exempt

The San Diego Center for Jewish Culture (CJC) is housed at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center (LFJCC), JACOBS FAMILY CAMPUS, and is the largest local institution solely dedicated to exploring the Jewish experience through the arts. The mission of the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture is to offer an array of entertaining and enriching cultural, educational and artistic programming which brings the community together to connect with Jewish heritage, identity, experiences and values. CJC is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for San Diego’s entire community. The CJC offers a wide variety of programs that explore cultural identities and perspectives, promote cross cultural understanding, foster ideas of cultural appreciation and respect, and highlight human themes of family, tolerance, compassion and hope.

Under the general supervision and direction of the Technical Director, the Production Coordinator will assist the Technical Director and the Production and Rental Manager with the operation of the Garfield Theatre, a 500-seat performing arts complex and special event facility.  The Production Coordinator’s primary responsibility will be to oversee the implementation of logistics and technical requirements for all events held in the Garfield Theatre, which includes internal programs both on and offsite, as well as rental client events. This position will be responsible for serving as the lead theater technician for a variety of events, as well as serving as the sound designer, audio engineer and sound technician for JCompany Youth Theatre productions and CJC presentations.


High School Diploma or equivalent.
2-3 years proven experience working in technical theatre as a Audio Technician, Stage Technician, Shop Head or Crew Lead in a performing arts theatre, event concert venue, production company or related business.
Thorough knowledge of the technical aspects and operational details of running a theater, including light, sound, video, and rigging systems, with an emphasis in:  sound equipment and audio design, set construction, supervising and scheduling crew.
Ability to mix live sound for music concerts, musical theatre, lectures, films and other productions.
Basic knowledge of film projection and sound (35mm and DigiBeta formats).
Competent working knowledge of PC and Macintosh computers and GoogleSuite.
Experience working with ETC Ion Lighting Console, ETC LED and conventional fixtures, automated fixtures, dimmer racks, Yamaha M7CL- ES, iRFR.
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and adhere to deadlines.
Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Exquisite interpersonal communication and people skills.


40 hours per week. Schedule varies due to operational needs.
Flexible availability; numerous evenings and weekends required.
Overtime may be required for external rental clients; additional hours may also be required for internal programs as approved.

Must possess a valid CA driver’s license with a clean driving record
Ability and willingness to pick up and deliver A/V materials and lift and carry up to 50 lbs
Frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms for long periods of time.
Occasional lifting, pulling, climbing, kneeling, and bending.

Full-time positions are eligible for a wide variety of benefits which include:

Health Insurance
Group Life, AD&D and Long-Term Disability (100% employer-paid)
403(b) Retirement Plan Contributions
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Sick Leave
Vacation Leave
Generous Paid Holidays
FREE JCC Annual Family Membership that gym/pool access and discounts on after-school and summer programs
Friendly Work Environment!
*Given the dynamic nature of the LFJCC/CJC, a job description cannot adequately cover the comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee. We have an “all hands on deck” culture which means sometimes duties, responsibilities will change with or without notice as needs arise.

Additionally, all new hires at the LFJCC/CJC are hired to “become” the role they have been selected to fulfill. We do not expect that anyone will be able to effectively do all of the tasks as assigned on your first day, first week or maybe even first year of employment. We deeply understand that the nature of our “community building” work requires learning new systems, processes, people and cultural nuances that are best acquired over time.

HOW TO APPLY: If interested in the position, please fill out the LFJCC Employment Application and attach your cover letter/resume. NO PHONE CALLS