Entertainment Careers Las Vegas, NV, USA
Dec 11, 2019Full time
Encore believes in the growth and development of every employee. From Driver to Director, you'll see it a hundred times. We believe that our greatest asset is our people, and in that we are serious about preserving the knowledge and expertise that our employees bring and acquire working for our company. As the Audio Warehouse Technician you will act as a lead in guiding labor in performing basic day-to-day functions in the Audio Dept. as part of show preparation and production. What you will be doing: Maintain equipment as directed by the Supervisor – QC as part of Quality Control, show preparation and production, and shop maintenance and organization. Maintain company policy in the coordination of inbound and outbound warehouse equipment. Follow procedures pertaining to preventative equipment loss measures. Confer with Supervisor – QC, inventory coordinator, lighting director and other personnel to ensure that all equipment packs are completed in a timely manner in accordance with the scheduled shipping arrangements Ensure accurate equipment pulls, packaging and labeling in accordance to the pick lists. Follow procedures on standardized equipment packs to ensure a consistent packaging method is achieved. Identify and separate appropriate branch and cross-rental equipment and prep for proper return Confer with inventory coordinator to ensure that all equipment is pulled, labeled, staged & scanned for the appropriate order prior to shipping. Maintain accurate pull lists for all non-bar-coded equipment both in and out of the warehouse. Work with Warehouse Supervisor to ensure that all equipment is returned to the proper place after it has been through Quality Control. Act as back up to Manager – Audio with regard to dispatch and opening/closing of shop. Assist in bi-annual physical inventory counts of company equipment. Maintain the cleanliness of the shop. Provide guidance to temporary workers and laborers as necessary. Perform other duties as assigned. Requirements: High school diploma or GED 2+ years related experience and/or training. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, R2. Strong communication and organizational skills. Punctual and dependable. Ability to multi-task and dead-line oriented. Professional demeanor. Understanding of safety procedures when handling and moving of equipment. Why join Encore: Encore recognizes our success is dependent on the success of our people. We are one of the leading Audio Visual solution companies. We have the most knowledgeable, passionate, and performance excellence employees in the industry. Encore offers our employees a selection of robust benefits. We aspire to find the best employees in the Audio Visual industry – individuals with integrity and enthusiasm. Our Competitive Compensation Package Includes: A fair, competitive market wage Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Coverage Flexible Spending Accounts Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Employer matched 401K up to 50% A graduated PTO Program Paid Holidays Encore, a Freeman company, is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, veteran status or any other protected status. EEO is the Law (English) EEO is the Law (Spanish) In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act, if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with Freeman, e-mail Freeman.Recruiting@freemanco.com . Inquiries should be limited to disability-related assistance only.