Arena Overhire Technician - Hired As-needed

  • Harford Community College
  • 401 Thomas Run Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015
  • Feb 12, 2021
Part time / Adjunct Facilities Management

Job Description

Overhire staff are responsible for performing all tasks related to production support for APG FCU Arena events. Duties include, but are not limited to, loading-in and -out lighting, audio, rigging, staging and power systems necessary to support each event; running lighting consoles, analog and digital audio consoles, follow spots and other necessary equipment for each event. The College is seeking overhire technicians in the following areas: Power

  • Safely connect and disconnect power systems for lighting, audio, and rigging systems.


  • Hang, focus, circuit, patch and repair conventional and moving head lighting fixtures.
  • Program and run ETC and High End Systems lighting consoles.


  • Hang and cable line arrays and stage monitors.
  • Set up and cable all necessary input devices such as microphones, playback devices and processing, and output gear.
  • Set up and run various analog and digital consoles as required by event including inboard and outboard signal processing.


  • Verify flown equipment expected loads will not exceed facility roof load limits.
  • Assemble truss systems to support expected loads as required by event.
  • Inspect all rigging equipment before and after use for signs of damage or excessive wear; remove from service is necessary.


  • Assemble portable staging per manufacturer's instructions and as required by event.
  • Inspect all staging equipment before and after use for signs of damage or excessive wear; remove damaged equipment from service is necessary.

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