Interested in working for Z2 Entertainment? We have opportunities available for a range of positions in both Boulder and Fort Collins!
Open positions in Boulder, Colorado
Protect our guests, staff, touring artists, and venue assets at the Boulder Theater and Fox Theatre!
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Box Office Staff
We are always looking to expand our Audio Engineer call list. If you are interested in joining the Z2 Audio Team please email you resume to email@example.com
We are always looking to expand our Lighting Designer call list. If you are interested in joining the Z2 Lighting Team please email you resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Open positions in Fort Collins, Colorado
This position is a full-time salaried, benefited position responsible for the successful
management of the production roles at The Aggie Theatre. The salary range is
commensurate with experience based on the requirements detailed in the job description.
The duties and responsibilities are intended as an outline and may not be all inclusive.
This position does not accommodate remote working or touring professionals.
Duties and Responsibilities include:
• Advance all production details for Aggie Theater events in a timely, professional
manner including but not limited to scheduling and supervision of production
staff, executing all riders: coordinating hospitality, advancing runner and merch
seller needs if applicable. This process should be started no less than three weeks
prior to the event.
• Provide stage plots, input lists, contact information, settlement needs, backline
requirements, artist guest lists to the team as applicable and source extra lighting,
video, audio, loaders outlined by the rider and within show budget. Communicate
necessary information to house crew in advance of show day to ensure a smooth
and professional run of show.
• Complete the advance sheet and upload to Prism (show management software) all
relevant production information including stage plots/input lists/hospitality riders
and production invoices for show settlement to Prism in a timely and accurate
• Maintain production equipment to the proper functioning of the production
department while maintaining a high production standard. Report all broken or
damaged equipment to the VP of Production Edward Link in a timely fashion.
Coordinate cost estimates and repairs. Report any repair issues with the building,
or any other department to the GM as well as CEO Cheryl Liguori.
• Keep inventory of production supplies including but not limited to gaff, spike,
board and electrical tape, lamps for the lighting rig, ceramics, safeties, duvetyn,
haze fluid, lighting gels and audio equipment as needed. Maintain clean and
functional green rooms.
• Advance and post parking needs for each event as needed.
• Maintain relationships with local hotels for the best possible rates for artists.
• Maintain relationships with backline companies to secure the best equipment and
pricing. Negotiate backline rentals to stay within the show’s allotted budget.
• Determine weekly show cash needs (settlement cash, buy-outs) and submit
request to GM and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org. Code all credit card charges to the
appropriate account each month.
• Appropriately use the company credit card to make necessary purchases for the
venues or shows. Keep inventory of all receipts and fill out expense reports in a
timely manner for the office manager. All show expense receipts need to be
uploaded to Prism in a timely manner for settlement.
• Schedule all runners and merchandise sellers as needed. Communicate call times,
pay rate, house cut and current sales tax details with sellers in advance. Ensure all
merch sellers and runners are trained to do the job.
• Attend required meetings. Conduct such regular staff meetings as are required to
successfully coordinate the production of events. Maintain necessary
communication to ensure the professional production of all events.
• Resolve conflicts with artists, clients, or staff in a professional manner. Keep
management informed of any potential or actual disputes/disappointments
regarding the production of events.
• Works an average of but not more than 3 production shifts per week (Stage
Management, FOH/MON or LD).
• Review production staff on an annual basis following provided HR guidelines.
• Basic troubleshooting skills, especially under pressure
• Knowledge of basic audio and lighting systems to assist engineers as needed
• 2 years of experience in concert stage management
• Knowledge of Google Suite, Microsoft Word and Excel
Reports to: Z2 VP of Production; communicates and provides show information in a
timely and accurate manner to the GM and communicates with manager on duty (MOD)
on show days.
Supervises: Loaders, runners, merch sellers, and directs audio engineers and LDs as
• Ability to make good decisions quickly and under pressure for the best outcome.
• Excellent organizational, people and communication skills.
• Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities, and some
events could potentially require workdays of or exceeding 12 hours.
Duties require lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 75 pounds. Must be
able to climb stairs and ladders. Employee must be in suitable physical shape to meet these requirements and alert the general manager immediately if he or she becomes
unable to do so.
Every employee at The Aggie Theater is expected to be a creative problem solver as well
as possess a strong and positive attitude regarding customer service, striving to provide a
high-quality guest and artist experience through every action taken.
Additionally, it is a policy at The Aggie Theatre that all communication, written and
verbal, be honest and respectful between all employees, bands, patrons, and clients. Any
communications that are more “challenging” should be verbal rather than written, using a
supervisor as a third-party mediator if necessary. This is an essential part of how we
operate and a crucial element in how we approach conflict resolution and workplace
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com.
Our Street Teamers are experts on getting the word out for all of our upcoming events at concerts, bars, clubs, universities and more!
Street Teamers also promote our events on the “digital streets” – on message boards, via social media accounts and elsewhere where potential concert goers hangout online!
We are looking for exceptional people with that rare set of social gifts, whom through social connections, energy, enthusiasm, and fabulous personalities can help us continue bringing the best shows to Northern Colorado!
Interested? Sign up for our Street Team HERE. Let’s hit the streets!
Protect our guests, staff, touring artists, and venue assets at the Aggie Theatre!
For more information and application instructions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.