Music Technology Supervisor/ Recording Studio and Production Manager
JOB TITLE: Music Technology Supervisor/ Recording Studio and Production Manager
DEPARTMENT: School of Music in the College of Preforming Arts
REPORTS TO: Director for the School of Music
Under the supervision of the Director of the School of Music, the Music Technology Supervisor/School of Music Studio and Production Manager is responsible for ensuring the effective operation of the School of Music’s technology facilities, studios, equipment, and computer systems.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ensures the smooth operation of all School of Music/MBET technology facilities and equipment, including recording, sound reinforcement, electronic instruments, and amplifiers.
- Maintains equipment and inventory in the School of Music.
- Works closely with Office of Technology and Information Services (OTIS) to image and maintain SOM lab computers.
- Serves as primary contact person/adviser for Master Sound Technician for backline repair, transport and maintenance.
- Responsible for equipment repairs and construction of cabling and custom hardware.
- Manages equipment check out for students and faculty.
- Trains, schedules and manages work-study students for computer labs and other tech activities.
- Works with SOM faculty to ensure smooth operation of their computer systems and classroom devices.
- In tandem with Master Sound Technician, responsible for the management, advancement and quality of audio archiving for the School’s student and faculty performances, primarily in the digital realm.
- Provides in house tech support for clinics, classes and meetings.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the incumbent; they do not purport to describe all functions. Incumbent may be assigned other duties, and the essential functions may change from time to time as necessary.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in music or equivalent work experience.
- Higher education teaching experience is preferred.
- Advanced skills in Macintosh computer hardware and software, esp. music applications, recording systems and processes.
- Extensive training and experience in music technology.
- Advanced skills in live sound reproduction and reinforcement.
- Music performance or composition background (formal training).
- Good interpersonal skills and work well under pressure.
- Must be organized, motivated, and possess supervisory abilities.
- Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds.
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