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CODE: 962.261-014Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): STAGE TECHNICIAN (amuse. & rec.)

Installs rigging, lighting, sound equipment, and scenery, and erects stages for theatrical, musical, and other entertainment events in arenas, stadiums, theaters, studios, and other amusement places: Reads stage layout specifications and blueprints and confers with MANAGER, STAGE (amuse. & rec.) 159.167-018 to determine type and location of sets, props, scenery, lighting, and sound equipment required for specific event. Assembles props provided by production company, constructs additional props, scenery, or stages, and attaches braces that support scenery frames in upright position, using carpenter's handtools and power tools. Climbs ladder or scaffolding to ceiling grid, crawls and balances on beams, inserts ends of cables or ropes through ceiling grid, and attaches cables to scenery, curtains, equipment, support pipes, and counterbalance weights [GRIP (amuse. & rec.; radio-tv broad.) 962.684-014]. Positions lighting fixtures on and around stage area, clamps light fixtures to supports, connects electrical wiring from fixtures to power source and control panel [LIGHTING-EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.) 962.381-014], positions sound equipment, such as microphones, speakers, and amplifiers, on and around stage area, and connects electrical lines to power source and mixing console [PUBLIC-ADDRESS SERVICER (any industry) 823.261-010], utilizing knowledge of electrical codes and use of electrician's handtools and power tools. Pulls cables that raise and lower scenery, curtains, and equipment [FLYER (amuse. & rec.; radio-tv broad.) 962.687-018] and operates lighting and sound equipment during rehearsals and performances, following audio or visual cues.
GOE: 05.10.04 STRENGTH: H GED: R4 M3 L4 SVP: 7 DLU: 86
ONET CROSSWALK: 39999D Studio, Stage, and Special Effects Technicians

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CODE: 962.261-014 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): STAGE TECHNICIAN (amuse. & rec.)

Installs rigging, lighting, sound equipment, and scenery, and erects stages for theatrical, musical, and other entertainment events in arenas, stadiums, theaters, studios, and other amusement places: Reads stage layout specifications and blueprints and confers with MANAGER, STAGE (amuse. & rec.) 159.167-018 to determine type and location of sets, props, scenery, lighting, and sound equipment required for specific event. Assembles props provided by production company, constructs additional props, scenery, or stages, and attaches braces that support scenery frames in upright position, using carpenter's handtools and power tools. Climbs ladder or scaffolding to ceiling grid, crawls and balances on beams, inserts ends of cables or ropes through ceiling grid, and attaches cables to scenery, curtains, equipment, support pipes, and counterbalance weights [GRIP (amuse. & rec.; radio-tv broad.) 962.684-014]. Positions lighting fixtures on and around stage area, clamps light fixtures to supports, connects electrical wiring from fixtures to power source and control panel [LIGHTING-EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.) 962.381-014], positions sound equipment, such as microphones, speakers, and amplifiers, on and around stage area, and connects electrical lines to power source and mixing console [PUBLIC-ADDRESS SERVICER (any industry) 823.261-010], utilizing knowledge of electrical codes and use of electrician's handtools and power tools. Pulls cables that raise and lower scenery, curtains, and equipment [FLYER (amuse. & rec.; radio-tv broad.) 962.687-018] and operates lighting and sound equipment during rehearsals and performances, following audio or visual cues.
GOE: 05.10.04 STRENGTH: H GED: R4 M3 L4 SVP: 7 DLU: 86
ONET CROSSWALK: 39999D Studio, Stage, and Special Effects Technicians


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