About the Role
The position holder is responsible for setting up, taking down and handling/operating all on-board technical Entertainment equipment as directed by their direct supervisor in the respective technical area assigned to him/her and for carrying out any related duties. The Allrounder Technician is responsible for the use/operation, movement and storage of all technical equipment used for performances by entertainers and during the course of activities organized by Entertainment Department staff as directed by the shore based Head Office and their direct supervisor.
Area of responsibility
The position holder is responsible for setting up, taking down and handling/operating all on-board technical Entertainment equipment as directed by their direct supervisor in the respective technical area assigned to him/her and for carrying out any related duties.
The Allrounder Technician is responsible for the use/operation, movement and storage of all technical equipment used for performances by entertainers and during the course of activities organised by Entertainment Department staff as directed by the shorebased Head Office and their direct supervisor.
The Company expects each shipboard employee to consistently exemplify the company's product philosophy principles to all team members. Furthermore, all duties and responsibilities must be performed as per ISM/ISO and SQM standards, USPH guidelines, and environmental, hygiene, and safety policies.
On-board employees may also be required to perform service functions at any of the various service venues throughout the ship.
Fulfilling guest service duties for passengers (“Side Duties”) is part of every crew
members duty. This pertains in particular, but not exclusively, to guiding or welcoming passengers on occasions such as embarkation days, tendering, passport controls, holidays and so on.
Employees are expected to conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner at all times. This applies to physical and verbal interaction with guests or fellow crew members in any area where such interaction could arise.
Scope of duties
Operating and controlling all lighting, sound, stage and video equipment used by the Entertainment Department on board. Operation of the consoles only with the explicit permission of the supervisor and the technician responsible for the console.
Assisting all Technicians in their respective areas of responsibility.
Theatre: Participation in scenic transformations/set changes as well as putting persons in PSAs and/or other artistic material (eg rope, tissue, trapeze).
Theatre: Regulation of stage entrances and exits, coordination in the backstage area and direct communication with the Theatre Manager, Stage Technicians, FOHTechnicians and Cast, especially during rehearsals and shows.
Participation in the preparation and postprocessing of shows, especially for rehearsals and before, during and after a cast change.
Set up and removal of technical equipment, stage decoration, furniture and props in all Entertainment locations onboard.
Proper storage of technical equipment, stage decoration, furniture and props with special care for secure storage at sea.
Assisting sound and lighting technicians in taking care of as well as set-up and teardown of events as directed by the supervisor on board, especially in mobile areas.
Depending on suitability and as directed by the supervisor on board, independent technical handling of events on board including console operating.
Creating or updating the Handover Documentation for the replacement and providing a detailed introduction of the successor to the work area.
Normal servicing and maintenance of all equipment and props in the area of responsibility as well as maintaining orderliness and cleanliness in the area of responsibility.
Assisting the responsible technicians in creating and updating inventory lists.
Ensuring that equipment is stored securely in a locked area after use.
Cooperation, coordination and mutual support in the technical aspects of the entertainment division. This also includes temporary support in the operational daily tasks of another technical position with similar profession/craft.
Attending team meetings and integrating into the team as a whole.
Assuming host duties, in line with the rules drawn up for this purpose.
Knowledge of the assigned safety number (from the ship's statutes) and the associated safety duty.
Compliance with the onboard regulations.
Assuming additional duties during handover and yard lay-up periods, as well as during cast changes.
Treating corporate information as confidential, even after your contract has ended.
Completed specialist training in events technology or a related qualification.
Basic knowledge of lighting, sound, video, and stage technology.
Basic knowledge of theater-technical and show-technical procedures and the relevant equipment in the areas of stage, lighting and sound.
Experience in dealing with artists.
First experience operating modern lighting control desks, stage/theatre automation control desks or digital sound control desks is beneficial.
Good knowledge of English mandatory.
Basic knowledge of PC Office Software.