JOB TITLE: Performer/Lighting Technician
REPORTS TO: Senior Performer/Lighting Engineer
DIRECTLY SUPERVISES: Performing Assistant 1 & 11/Stage Assistant
JOB PURPOSE: Lighting Technician is responsible for setting up and control lighting equipment for live theatre performances. A Lighting Technician will consult with the artistic directors and technical director to determine the types of lighting and special effects that are needed for productions and any other National Theatre activities.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
A minimum of a Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Technical Theatre or its equivalent from a recognized tertiary institution. Must have 3 years post qualification working experience in lighting design for Theatrical productions. Pass a selection interview conducted by the National Theatre Board in consultation with the Public Services Commission.
SKILL AND COMPETENCIES
Technical knowledge and lighting skills.
Manual dexterity and a good level of physical fitness.
Ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
Time management skills.
Ability to work as part of a team.
Effective communication skills.
Attention to detail.
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UPDATED INFORMATION FOR THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF GHANA DURING THIS COVID PERIOD
Following the directives of His Excellency, The President of the Republic of Ghana to extend social public gatherings to 100 persons in order to stop the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the management of the National Theatre is accordingly adhering to the directives.
Spaces are as such available for rental and productions with strict observation of the protocols. Clients who are interested in booking the National Theatre for various activities may contact the Front of House department on 0302908350/email: email@example.com
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UPCOMING PROGRAMMES FOR 2020
An “edutainment” variety show for pupils (primary to JHS) from various schools to showcase their talent in drama, music, dance (Traditional & contemporary) poetry amongst others. (February, March, May, June, October)
A presentation of indigenous drama groups and stand-up comedians accompanied by live band music to entertain and educate the public on social issues. (Every second Sunday of the month)
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