Atlanta International School welcomes applications from dedicated and enthusiastic professionals for the position of Technical Director for the 2018-19 school year.
SUMMARY: The Technical Director manages/implements the technical requirements & resources of the Atlanta International School theatre program and school-wide events, in support of student learning and facility rentals. A working knowledge of techniques, methods, and procedures of theatre productions and presentations is required including scenery, sound, and lighting design and implementation; stage management; computerized lighting and sound systems; stage carpentry; appropriate safety precautions and procedures. Experience in multimedia, other emergent areas of design and technology is preferred. This position ensures the safety and efficacy of the performances on our campus by working collaboratively with artists to achieve their goals. The Technical Theatre Director is responsible for maintaining the function of all theatre performances and school-wide events.
Minimum Qualifications: 2 years experience as technical director for theatrical productions
Preferred Qualifications: BA or BFA in Theatre or Technical Theatre
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About Atlanta International School
At AIS, we recognize that to adequately prepare students for our increasingly complex and interconnected world, we must provide them with new ways of thinking and new ways of collaborating in solving our most pressing global issues. As such, our mission goes far beyond preparing students for good colleges and prosperous careers; we want to create globally-minded and critical-thinking innovators ready to re-shape the world for the better.
Through the IB, we develop the whole human being. A confident young person courageous in their willingness to question what they observe around them. A student able to take complex and often disparate knowledge, concepts and skills and forge these into new and unique ways of solving problems and adding value to their world.
We make learning relevant and exciting for students, as we continually draw connections between what they learn in the classroom and the real world. Perhaps most importantly, we encourage our young people to reflect on their learning—and to act on it in the service of others. We believe learning must be for action and impact.