Theatre Liaison Officer

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Main Responsibilities

  • Organize, set up and oversee all technical aspects of all performances/presentations in the theatre.
  • Assist with lighting requirements for “some” performances/presentations in the Performance Studio and MPH.
  • Maintain, secure, and organize all portable equipment (lighting instruments, cables, tripods, stands, etc.)
  • Keeping a detailed up-to-date inventory of all equipment in the theatre. This will include sound, set, and miscellaneous equipment that has been specifically allocated as belongings to the theatre.
  • Carry out an inventory check and test all equipment after an external hire.
  • Co-ordinate all theatre bookings to ensure appropriate set up and strike time and availability of requested equipment.
  • Co-ordinate with Property to set up and strike set pieces, risers, lobby displays, extra seating etc.
  • Should be present when outside groups use the facilities to ensure the equipment is being used properly and that all pre-set levels, positions and settings are reinstated upon the rental group’s departure.
  • Support teachers and faculty by providing technical assistance as required.
  • Ensure all performance and presentations have an appropriate professional polish.
  • Ensure the technical capabilities of the space are realized.
  • Assist Drama Staff in the teaching of lighting and set design for s stage performance.
  • Supervise students who are learning to operate the equipment in the technical booth.

*Working day will be on “flexi-time” as the requirements of theatre booking and use demand.


  • Theatre experience in lighting, stage management or as a theatre technician.
  • Basic communication of English, self-learning, good communication skills, service-minded and positive thinking.
  • Ability to self-manage and take initiative.
  • Have a good level of working knowledge and experience of lighting a live theatre performance.
  • Be familiar with lighting board recording and operation. Up-skill if necessary to ensure equipment is used to its full potential.
  • Must have a grasp of performance aesthetics.
  • Must have the ability to liaise with Faculty, Admin, Property, Maintenance to ensure facility is cared for properly.

How to Apply

Interested applicants are invited to apply by sending a letter of application, a full resume indicating qualifications and experience, and a recent photograph to the recruitment team at

Please be noted that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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