House of Blues Production Manager in Denver, Colorado

Job Summary:

The Role:

Responsible for ensuring the success of show and event productions by managing the technical and personnel aspects of the Production department and the entire Venue (supporting & collaborating with the GM, Talent buyer and Special events Manager) with thorough & detailed preparation.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct staff evaluations (training, 90 day and Annual). Set development and performance goals and monitor progress

  • Recruitment and hiring / terminating of production staff and to ensure complete training while following all Hob Entertainment guidelines

  • Responsible for adhering to the budget and tracking the financial aspects of department

  • Complete and distribute a daily show flash (P&L) of every event

  • Create and maintain inventory and maintenance log

  • Creates daily/weekly show schedule to present weekly at staff meeting ensuring information is distributed to all Operations Managers and Talent Buyers in a timely basis

  • Responsible for scheduling appropriate number of staff while maintaining labor costs within the assigned budgetary guidelines

  • Facilitate proper interdepartmental communication and organization

  • Manage stage, sound, and lighting crews

  • Responsible for the technical Advance and Hospitality details for all shows/events

  • Oversee maintenance of audio, lighting, backline, video systems advising on repairs when needed.

  • Responsible for safe and consistent operation of all equipment.

  • Advise on design of site audio / video & lighting systems (patio, restaurant, etc.)

  • Maintain a detailed and thorough filing system of all “past show” files on a venue shared drive

  • Maintain accurate vendor records, following Purchase Ordering Systems.

  • Responsible for documenting and delivering disciplinary actions to production crew.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years prior management experience in an entertainment venue.

  • 3 years minimum Tour and Stage Production experience.

  • Experience in stage lighting, pro audio systems and video systems.

  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.

  • Ability to make clear concise decisions; sometimes with limited information.

  • Computer literate in Windows applications (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

  • Must possess superior interpersonal communication and organizational skills.

  • Must be able to lift up to 75lbs.

  • Able to work in a moderate to loud level or noise in work environment

If the above description sounds like you and fits your background, apply online at http://www.livenation.com/careers/index.html to join the Live Nation Entertainment team today!

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About Us

Named us as one of the Top 40 North American companies in attracting and keeping top talent by LinkedIn, Live Nation is the global leader in live entertainment and ticketing, and we offer a world of opportunity. Our Ticketmaster team doesn't just embrace new technology, we develop ground-breaking software and applications to support our world-leading ticketing platform. Our mix of legendary and brand new venues and restaurants, including the House of Blues, offer an array of hospitality careers. And our unparalleled roster of artists are supported by diverse professionals in all facets of finance, marketing and other corporate operations.

Generous vacation, healthcare and retirement benefits are just the foundation of supporting our full-time, global workforce of more than 10,000. We offer continuing professional development in addition to tuition reimbursement. We also provide paid time off to bond with a new child (plus a bonus to help with expenses); paid time off to care for a sick child and to volunteer for causes that are important to you. Plus, working for the world's largest live event and ticketing company means you'll have access to concerts, festivals, sports games and other events through our exclusive employee ticket concierge.

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