Theatre Technicians, Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Posted on Monday, May 7th, 2012

Part Time – 20 hours per week plus additional hours based on the level of activity in the venue
Casual – rostered according to the level of activity in the venue

Suitable applicants will be able to demonstrate all or some of the following attributes:
• Excellent communication and problem solving skills
• Strong work ethic and the ability to work autonomously
• Experience with entertainment industry equipment
• Knowledge of safe working procedures within the entertainment industry

1 x Part time position requires Lighting, Staging and Supervisory experience
1 x Part time position requires Audio, AV, IT and Supervisory experience
2 x Casual positions requires Lighting and Staging experience
1 x Casual position requires Audio and Staging experience
1 x Casual position requires Staging experience

While not essential, qualifications such as a Certificate in Entertainment, testing & tagging ticket, construction induction (white card), working with heights and first aid will be highly regarded.

Terms and conditions are in accordance with the GPAC Enterprise Agreement.

GPAC is an equal opportunity employer and operates a smoke free venue. Please note that successful applicants will have a current valid drivers license, be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical, police and working with children check.

All applicants must complete a GPAC Job Application Form and attach a covering letter and resume.

Job application forms and position descriptions are available via www.gpac.org.au

Applications may be emailed to employment@gpac.org.au or posted to

Tineke Barry,
Finance & Administration Manager,
PO Box 991 Geelong 3220
Applications close 5pm Friday 18 May, 2012