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A/V Manager - Monster Jam
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Four Wheel Operations
The Audio/Video Manager is responsible for the advance coordination and onsite execution of all production aspects including, but not limited to, lighting, audio and video playback content, and coordination of cameras and records, for the events assigned.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Advance coordination of all audio and video needs.
  • Load in and set up front of house each week including the video switcher and audio mixer.
  • Operate the video switcher during live events.
  • Lead the venue staff including the producer, director, technical director, camera operators, graphics operators, and video and audio engineers.
  • Oversees all aspects of the onsite production by managing the event format, directing hosts, and executing all game presentation objectives. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned, i.e., producer, technical director, stage manager, graphics operator, etc.
Qualifications
  • High school diploma required, college degree in communications, broadcast journalism, media studies, or a related field preferred.
  • 2 years of experience in a live production environment preferred.
Skills & Abilities
  • Knowledge of a control room environment, including broadcast cameras, video switchers, audio mixers, graphics machines, etc.
  • Effective problem solving and conflict resolution skills with the ability to work in high pressure environments.
  • Understanding of signal flow and knowledge of audio/video cables, connector/adapters, video recording media, and event production techniques.
  • Knowledge of Mac operating system and Playback Pro, Photoshop, Audition, and Premier Pro software preferred.
  • Self-motivated with time management skills and the ability to multi-task.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs., bend, climb stairs, and stand for an extended period of time.
  • Willingness to travel.
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Tech Official - Monster Jam
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Four Wheel Operations
A tech official oversees and executes all operational aspects of a Monster Jam event – from setup to the execution of the event to move out. 
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Essential Job Functions
  • Conduct inspections of competing vehicles.
  • Coordinate all vehicle and performer activity on the floor.
  • Install safety holds, banners, plywood flooring, lighting, electrical systems. Pack, unpack, and organize supplies. Paint.
  • Operate forklift, scissor lift, utility cart, and other construction equipment. 
  • Oversee, maintain, and enforce safety of all participants and spectators. 
  • Staging monster trucks, race flagging, maintaining order of pit area, organizing vehicle and people traffic in tunnels.
Job Requirements
  • High school diploma. 
  • 3 years of exposure and/or participation in Monster Jam events preferred.
  • Prior motorsports or entertainment experience preferred.
  • Participation at annual USHRA Training Summit.
  • Available to travel both domestic and internationally, as well as work nights and weekends as needed.
  • Use of various hand and power tools.
  • Mechanical, carpentry, electrical, and welding experience preferred.
  • Critical thinking, capable of success in a fast-paced environment.
  • Running, lifting 50+ lbs, climbing ladders.
  • Applicant must be a team player, organized, task oriented, quick learner, self starter, with a strong understanding of reporting structures.
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Combined Touring Operations

Athletic Trainer - Ice
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
The Athletic Trainer is responsible for implementing athletic training regimes, targeting workplace injury prevention. Within the scope of their licensed / certified expertise, the athletic trainer will administer prescribed treatment, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of injuries within the guidelines set forth by AIG and workers compensation. Coordinates the administration of workers compensation programs for their assigned touring show. Works directly with the traveling show, Feld corporate offices, and as directed by workers compensation physicians to ensure proper treatment is being administered along with preventative care. Assists in the day to day operations of the Unit in conjunction with the guidelines of best practices for the Show and Touring Operations. 

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Responsible for designing and overseeing athletic training programs that help prevent of athletic injuries and illnesses.
  • Collects and disseminates workers compensation documentation that pertains to show personnel to the Tour Manager, Tour Coordinator and Feld corporate offices.
  • Administers First Aid treatment to injured personnel within the scope of their licensed/certified expertise, not to exceed OSHA First Aid guidelines for workers compensation and non-workers compensation related injuries.
  • Functions as the unit liaison with workers compensation medical care service providers to coordinate care to touring personnel.
  • Maintain and submit WC injury logs and statistical reports as request by Risk Management and Benefit Departments.
  • Provides support to show staff, cast and crew in coordinating local medical care resources when needed.
  • Responsible for maintaining professional standards of conduct, appearance and workmanship in respective job.
  • All other job-related duties as assigned by Tour Manager and Lead Athletic Trainer.
Job Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited Sports Medicine; Athletic Training; Physical Therapy related program, Master’s degree preferred or 3-5 years of related work experience.
  • Possess licensure and/or certification by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC).
  • Professional state licensure.
  • Certified with Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Responder training required.
  • Ability to travel internationally and domestically 100% of the time. Must have valid driver’s license and passport.
  • Ability to design and implement athletic training programs (in conjunction with the Lead Athletic Trainer) that target prevention of workplace injury with stunt performers, actors/actresses, figure skaters, stage crew and unit staff.
  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and/or kinesiology as it relates to sports injury prevention and treatment.
  • Skill in performing manual physical therapy techniques for patients.
  • Ability to implement physical therapy treatment programs under the supervision and prescription of Workers Compensation Medical Doctors.
  • Ability to write detailed comprehensive reports and correspondence.
  • Highly developed organizational, research, business negotiation, communication and time management skills.
  • Interpersonal skills that promote positive resolution to work related challenges.
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and take initiative to complete multiple tasks with little or no supervision.
  • Proficient computer skills with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
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Automation & Performance Rigger Technician
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
Functions as a member of an integrated team of automation specialists on a large-scale arena touring production by assisting with the assembly, operation and disassembling of all aspects of automation flying systems and specialized performance rigging related to the production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept and adhering to Best Practice Safety Standards.
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Essential Functions
  • Actively participate in the setup and teardown of all rigging, trussing, automation systems, winch motor systems and other applicable gear while directing local crews in the loading and unloading, assembling and disassembling of all associated equipment.
  • Responsible for repairing and maintaining all automation equipment and hardware as directed by supervisors and Best Practice Safety Standards.
  • Ensure the safety and security of automation equipment at all times including but not limited to chain hoist motors, truss, ground support, winch, drive lines, fly track truss and trolley systems, consoles, safety systems and fall protection systems.
  •  Responsible for following cues to maintain high standards of quality established for the production’s aesthetics and creative vision.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines as set forth by Feld Entertainment Inc. Best Practice Guidelines and local regulations as they pertain to Feld Entertainment Productions.
  • Responsible for compliance with all safety and security procedures and for continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the automation/performance rigging department and overall production.
  • Responsible for accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Qualifications
  • Associate degree or higher in Technical Theatre and/or 2-4 years real world experience in the field of aerial automation fly systems in the arena, movie, or theatre touring industries.
  • Experience with automation drive racks, winches, power, Ethernet switches, fixed speed and variable speed motors. Ability to swap out motors, motor whips both while at height and while not. Stage Technologies, TAIT and other automation technologies
  • Knowledge and or experience operating stationery and drum winch motors and automation systems
  • Knowledge of load limits and why/how to set them.
  • Able to tour year-round and work domestically and internationally.
  • Understands theatrical terms and directions.
  • Team player with creative problem solving and strong trouble shooting capabilities.
Skills & Abilities
  • Ability to solve practical problems and interpret diverse instructions assigned by supervisors.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety regulations, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals, as well as to write route reports and correspondence.
  • Rope, aircraft cable splicing, Nico press skills.
  • Ability to climb and focus, adjust and repair equipment safely at heights in excess of 55ft before, during and after performance and during rigging calls, load ins and load outs.
  • Ability to troubleshoot electric signal flow.
  • Ability to lift over 75 lbs., stand for extended periods of times and operate small hand tools.
  • Forklift, Aerial lift operator certification a plus
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Stagehand Arena Rigger
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.

The Arena Rigger functions as a member of an integrated team of rigging specialists on a large scale arena touring production by assisting with all aspects of truss, chain hoist, and specialized performance rigging related to the production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept and adhering to Best Practice Safety Standards.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Actively participate in the setup and tear-down of all rigging, trussing, automation systems, stunt equipment and other applicable gear while directing local crews in the loading and unloading, assembling and disassembling of all associated equipment.
  • Responsible for repairing and maintaining all rigging equipment and hardware as directed by supervisors and Best Practice Safety Standards.
  • Ensure the safety and security of rigging equipment at all times including but not limited to chain hoist motors, truss, ground support, winch lines, stunt equipment, safety systems and fall protection systems.
  • Responsible for following cues to maintain high standards of quality established for the production’s aesthetics and creative vision.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines as set forth by “Feld Entertainment Inc.” Best Practice Guidelines and local regulations as they pertain to the Marvel Universe Live Production.
  • Responsible for compliance with all safety and security procedures and for continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the rigging department and overall production.
  • Responsible for accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Job Requirements
  • Associate degree or higher in Technical Theatre and/or 6+ years real world experience in the field of rigging in the arena, movie, or theatre touring industries.
  • Ability to climb and work ‘focus, adjust and repair’ at heights in excess of 55ft before, during and after performance and during rigging calls, load in and load out.
  • Experience in arena, movie, theatre rigging, purchase systems, and ground support trussing.
  • Highly skilled in chain motor hoist and stunt equipment operation, repair and maintenance.
  • Rope, aircraft cable splicing, Nicropress skills.
  • Knowledge and or experience operating stationary and drum winch motors and automation systems.
  • Ability to lift over 75 lbs, stand for 2 hours and operate small hand tools.
  • Additional skills in carpentry, welding, metal fabrication and understanding of some electrical principles, formulas and drawings.
  • Forklift, Aerial lift operator certification a plus.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
  • Ability to travel internationally and to Canada.
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Stagehand Carpenter
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
The Carpenter stagehand works backstage assisting in scene changes and show presets with relation to the stage set and any staging pieces as determined by supervisors in conjunction with the guidelines of best practices during performances. Assists in directing local crews, loading and unloading, and assembling and disassembling of all show equipment. Conducts regular maintenance in an effort to preserve the high integrity and professionalism of the company and its equipment.

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assembles and disassembles stage set and all equipment assigned to the Carpenter Department.
  • Directs local crews in loading and unloading; assembling and disassembling all equipment associated to, but not limited to the Carpenter department.
  • Conducts regular maintenance on all equipment related to stage set.
  • Follows productions cues in a manner that meets productions standards.
  • Complies with all safety and security procedures related to the show and Feld Entertainment Safety policies.
  • Accepts all other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • At least one year experience as a stage carpenter in a backstage setting for live show or one experience in related construction type setting.
  • Understands theatrical terms and directions.
  • Knowledge and ability to use hand tools and small motors.
  • Ability to climb, work and perform repairs at heights up to 40’ using a wire rope ladder and safety equipment with 300lb limitation.
  • Basic skills in scenic painting.
  • Ability to work as member of team; accept & follow oral, written, &/or diagram instructions.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
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Stagehand Electrician
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.

The Electrician controls lighting equipment such as Follow Spots, Moving Lights, and all forms of conventional lighting instruments that are on the show with-in the guidelines of the best practices during performances. Assists in directing local crews, loading and unloading, and assembling and disassembling of all show equipment, and conducts regular maintenance in an effort to preserve the high integrity and professionalism of the company and its equipment.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assembling and disassembling all equipment associated to, but not limited to the electrical department.
  • Directing local crews, loading and unloading.
  • Following production cues to meet production standards.
  • Conducting regular maintenance as deemed necessary by supervisors.
  • Continually seek to improve efficiency of electrical department operation.
  • Following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by "Feld Entertainment Inc. Productions"
  • Compliance with all safety and security procedures.
  • Accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Job Requirements
  • Related experience, or combination of training and/or education in electrics as it relates to live performance.
  • Ability to read, comprehend, and write basic instructions, short correspondence and memos.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to use and understand various kinds of test equipment and meters such as volt, ohm, scope and amp.
  • Ability to climb and work (focus, adjust, and repair) at heights in access of 40' before, during, and after performances, and/or during rigging calls, load-ins or load-outs.
  • Understanding of some electrical principles, formulas, and drawings.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
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Stagehand Projection/Video Tech
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
Functions as a member of an integrated team of projectionists and video specialists on a large scale arena touring production by assisting with all aspects of power and signal distribution systems, media servers, projectors and LED wall related to the production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept and adhering to Best Practices Safety Standards.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Participate in the setup and tear-down of all projectors, video control systems, and LED equipment while directing local crews in the loading and unloading, assembling and disassembling of all associated equipment.
  • Responsible for repairing and maintaining all equipment and hardware as directed by supervisors and Best Practice Standards.
  • Ensure the safety, security and operation of all projection and video front end equipment, screen hardware, power and signal distribution systems, LED walls and projectors.
  • Responsible for following cues to maintain high standards of quality established for the production’s aesthetics and creative vision.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment Inc.” as they pertain to the Marvel Universe Live Production.
  • Responsible for compliance with all safety and security procedures and for continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the rigging department and overall production.
  • Responsible for accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Job Requirements
  • Associate degree or higher in Technical Theatre and/or 5+ years real world experience in the field of indoor pyrotechnics and special effects in the movie, theatre or arena touring industries.
  • Troubleshooting signal and power distribution paths a must
  • Ability to climb and work ‘focus, adjust and repair’ at heights in excess of 55ft before, during and after performance and during rigging calls, load ins and load outs.
  • Ability to use and understand various kinds of test equipment and meters such as volt, ohm, scope and amp.
  • Experience programming and operating 3D projection mapping systems on a large scale.
  • Highly adept at blending/warping projectors on a large scale.
  • Knowledge of Barco units and Barco Projector Toolsets invaluable.
  • Experience with media servers, control and playback systems a must.
  • Ability to lift over 75 lbs and operate small hand tools.
  • Ability to climb, work, and repair at heights in excess of 40ft.
  • Experience with the installation and operation of interactive tracking system components, function of those components, and 'focusing' of tracking camera/sensors.
  • Additional skills in lighting, audio, electronics and time code systems a plus.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
  • Ability to travel internationally and to Canada.
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Stagehand Properties
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.

The Properties stagehand works backstage and on occasion in the house handling, setting, and driving the show props along with assisting in scene changes and show presets as determined by supervisors in conjunction with the guidelines of best practices during performances. Assists in directing local crews, loading and unloading, and assembling and disassembling of all show equipment. Conducts regular maintenance in an effort to preserve the high integrity and professionalism of the company and its equipment.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assembling and disassembling all equipment associated to, but not limited to the Properties department.
  • Directing local crews, loading and unloading. 
  • Conducting regular maintenance as deemed necessary by supervisors.
  • Following production cues to meet production standards.
  • Continually seeking to improve efficiency of Props department operation.
  • Following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth Feld Entertainment Inc.
  • Compliance with all safety and security procedures.
  • Accepting all other relevant duties as assigned by supervisors.
Job Requirements
  • Experience with props in a backstage setting as it relates to a live performance.
  • Basic knowledge of hand tools and how to use them.
  • Basic understanding of theatrical terms and directions.
  • Some knowledge of fiberglass application techniques.
  • Basic skills in scenic painting.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
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Stagehand Sound
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.

The Stagehand Sound controls and operates sound mixing board to control output of voices/voice track and music, and previously taped sound effects during performances. Assists in directing local crews, loading and unloading, and assembling and disassembling of all show equipment, and conducts regular maintenance in an effort to preserve the high integrity and professionalism of the company and its equipment.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Responsible for assembling and disassembling all equipment associated to, but not limited to the sound department.
  • Responsible for directing local crews, loading and unloading.
  • Operates and maintains all sound equipment.
  • Mixes tracked and live elements of the show to specification. 
  • Mixes show and makes adjustments as warranted. 
  • Responsible for own professional standards of conduct, appearance, workmanship and personal safety as set forth by Feld Entertainment.
  • Responsible for compliance with all safety and security procedures.
  • Continually seeks to improve the quality and consistency of the sound of each show.
  • Responsible for continually seeking to improve efficiency of sound department operation.
  • Responsible for conducting regular maintenance as deemed necessary by supervisors.
  • Accepts all other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • Some related experience, or combination of training and/or education in sound reinforcement as it relates to live performances. BA or BFA in technical theatre preferred. 
  • Experience working and supervising in a union environment.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as sound draftings, signal flow plots, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals, and to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to use and understand various kinds of test equipment and meters such as volt, ohm and ampere.
  • Ability to climb and work, focus, adjust and repair at height in excess of 40 feet before, during and after performances, and during rigging calls, load-ins and load-outs.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
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Stagehand Wardrobe
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
The Wardrobe Assistant functions as a member of an integrated team of Wardrobe technicians on a touring production by assisting with the assembly, operation and disassembly in the dressing of performers, repair and maintenance of show costumes, show laundry and other functions related to the production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept and adhering to Best Practice Safety Protocols.

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.

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Essential Job Functions
  • Actively participate in the setup and tear down of all wardrobe equipment, dressing rooms and costumes pertaining to the wardrobe department and other equipment assigned to the department while directing local crews in the loading and unloading, assembling and disassembling of all associated equipment and costumes.
  • Responsible for repairing and maintaining all costumes related to the Wardrobe Department as directed by supervisors and Best Practice Standards.
  • Ensure the safety and security of associated wardrobe elements at all times including but not limited to costumes, servo heads, wigs, shoes, performer safety and protective clothing, laundry facilities, etc.
  • Responsible for compliance with all Local and ‘Feld Entertainment Inc.’ safety policies and continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the Wardrobe department and overall production.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment Inc.”
  • Responsible for accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Job Requirements
  • Related experience, or combination of training and/or education in Wardrobe as it relates to live performances.
  • Basic understanding of theatrical terms and directions.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • Ability to understand instructions in oral, written and diagram form in order to apply common sense to troubleshoot and solve problems.
  • Recognized as a proven team player with creative problem solving and strong trouble shooting capabilities.
  • Ability to travel to Canada and other international locations.
  • Knowledge of sewing machines, their uses and different applications.
  • Ability to hand sew.
  • Understanding of fabrics and specific laundry and dry cleaning needs of each specific fabric type.
  • Experience as a dresser in backstage settings as it relates to a live performance with flying elements.
  • Ability to lift over 50 lbs, stand for 2 hours and operate small hand tools.
  • Ability and desire to tour year round.
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Tour Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
The Tour Coordinator provides support and assistance to the manager of a traveling Show Unit. Coordinates all transportation of personnel, accommodations, immigration and work visas, health insurance and worker's compensation issues while on tour. Negotiates hotel contracts for each city on the tour. Facilitates/coordinates all PR activities for the Unit; and acts as a liaison between Feld Corporate Offices, Public Relations, and the Unit. Disseminates operational and PR information to all show personnel. Assists in the day to day operations of the Unit.

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Responsible for following and administering the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by "Feld Entertainment, Inc." best practices.
  • Responsible for ensuring completion of all required Employee documentation to support the hiring and work permit process, and for maintaining personnel files with the aforementioned documentation.
  • Responsible for coordinating transportation for all Unit personnel from engagement to engagement, as well as at the beginning and end of a “tour", city to city and from hotel to venue.
  • Arranges hotel accommodation for all Unit personnel, for the duration of the tour according to budgets set by the Company.
  • Responsible for collecting and settling the hotel bill, in conjunction with the Company Manager or General Manager and Unit Controller.
  • Gathers and provides information for show personnel including medical, dental, transportation and accommodation information on a per city basis.
  • Collects and disseminates information that pertain to show personnel, tour accommodations, transportation, medical as it relates to Workers Comp and Insurance claims, personnel lists and documentation and the Unit’s contact information between the traveling units and the head offices.
  • Functions as the unit liaison to Regional Marketing persons to ensure the proper coordination and supervision of Public Relation issues.
  • Responsible for own professional standards of conduct, appearance and workmanship in respective job.
  • Coordinates all communications involved in obtaining visas for all show personnel traveling from country to country before the beginning of and during the tour. 
Job Requirements
  • Associates degree or some college (preferred, but not required)
  • Experience working with and managing large groups/events.
  • Ability to travel internationally and domestically 100% of the time.
  • Must have valid driver's license and passport.
  • Ability to use initiative to complete miscellaneous tasks.
  • Highly developed organizational, research, business negotiation, communication, and time management skills.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.
  • Ability to write detailed comprehensive reports and correspondence.
  • Some experience organizing or participating in Public Relations/Promotional events.
  • Experience working in or knowledge of the travel or hospitality industries. 
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Tour Office Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
The Touring Office Coordinator provides in the day-to-day operations of the Unit while utilizing the best practices for the Show and Touring Operations.
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Essential Functions
  • Assist Show Staff with onboarding of new show personnel, including set-up of Feld systems and communication tools,
  • Assist Tour Manager by ensuring completion of all required Employee documentation in compiling personnel manifest for visa, tax and waiver processes for all show personnel.
  • Assist Tour Coordinator with coordinating transportation for all Unit personnel to and from hotel to venue.
  • Work closely and maintain constant communication with the Tour Manager in notifying on-site venue staffing issues, 
  • Responsible for daily check-in of show personnel.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment, Inc.” best practices as they pertain to the Show.
  • Responsible for setting up Teams and Concur and maintaining throughout the tour.
  • All other job-related duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Load-in, Load-Out and Coordinate Pre-Show Character Experience if applicable
Qualifications
  • Associates degree or some college (preferred, but not required).
  • Experience working with and coordinating large events.
  • Willing and able to travel internationally and domestically 100% of the time.
  • Must have valid driver's license and passport. 
Skills & Abilities
  • Familiarity with computers and programs including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook.
  • Highly developed organizational skills, research skills, business negotiation, communication skills, and time management skills.
  • Must be a team player, a quick learner, task oriented, self-starting, capable of critical and creative thinking, as well as able to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Ability to take initiative to complete tasks with minimal supervision
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Touring Nanny - Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Production & Operations Touring Units — Combined Touring Operations
Provide childcare for 1 – 3 children (ages 2 to 5) to keep them safe and clean while organizing creative & educational activities based on their age.  Will prepare and/or provide meals as needed. You must love working – and playing – with children and also feel comfortable handling the less appealing tasks, such as changing diapers and tidying up children’s rooms. 
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Essential Functions
  • Organize creative activities and educational games (e.g. drawing, crafting and puppet games) 
  • Prepare children’s meals and feed them if needed. 
  • Change diapers and help children wash up as needed 
  • Schedule nap times. 
  • Teach children appropriate social behaviors, such as being respectful to each other and helping out with chores. 
  • Transport children to and from extracurricular activities with parental support / permission. 
  • Tidy up play areas. 
  • Ensure children’s safety during indoor and outdoor activities which may including taking care of children in case of injury or illness. 
  • Work with parents to ensure children’s growth and social development. 
Qualifications
  • Previous experience as a Nanny or Babysitter. 
  • Fluent in English language. Bi-lingual a plus. 
  • A pleasant and patient personality. 
  • CPR and First Aid certifications. Pediatric CPR training preferred. 
Skills & Abilities
  • Ability to supervise and care for infants and toddlers by providing a safe, secure, nurturing, and positive environment. 
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds; get down and up from the floor; bend, stoop and twist holding light objects; reach overhead with a light load and walk while supervising children. 
  • Multitasking skills. 
  • Ability to come up with creative ideas to educate and engage children. 
  • Excellent understanding of child development in different age stages. 
  • Ability to travel full-time and willingness to work nights and weekends. 
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Tour Operations - Monster Jam

Competition Manager - Monster Jam
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Monster Jam
The Competition Manager is responsible for scoring tabulation, race timing, and tracking event and season standings of drivers and athletes.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Set-up and operation of timing and scoring equipment.
  • Tracking of event standings per driver/athlete.
  • Tracking of season standings per driver/athlete per tour.
  • Other relevant duties as assigned by supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • High school diploma required.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Effective communication skills in a fast paced, high pressure environment.
  • Self-motivated with time management skills and the ability to multi-task.
  • Ability and willingness to work nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally as needed.
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Pit Party Tech Official - Monster Jam
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Monster Jam
The Pit Party Tech Official is responsible for ensuring that team members are trained in safety operations and well prepared to provide a seamless, interactive and exciting experience for our patrons. The ideal candidate has relevant experience in a live event, amusement park, museums or hospitality setting.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assist with set-up, activation, and tear-down of the pit party for each week throughout the calendar year.
  • Conduct inspections of all vehicles that are participating in the pit party experience. 
  • Coordinate all vehicles and special activities for the pit party experience. 
  • Install safety holds, banners, plywood flooring, lighting, electrical systems.  Pack, unpack, and organize supplies for the pit party experience.
  • Operate forklift, scissor lift, utility cart, and other construction equipment during the pit party.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with Pit Party Manager and office regularly.  
  • Continually seek to improve the safety and operational efficiency of the Monster Jam Pit Party.
  • Ensure that all pit party events are executed properly to the Company’s standards.
  • Must have basic knowledge of Monster Jam or Live Motorsports Events.
  • Responsible for following rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment, Inc.” best practices as they pertain to the Experience.
Job Requirements
  • High school diploma or equivalent. 
  • Experience as a Safety or Tech Official at a Live Event preferable.
  • Ability to work under pressure. 
  • Ability to prioritize duties for effective and successful events.  
  • Availability to work extended hours, holidays and weekends dependent upon business demands. 
  • Must be dedicated, reliable and punctual. 
  • Demonstrate positive and professional behavior towards clients and co-workers at all times. 
  • Self-motivated with ability to work independently and be a team player.
  • Ability to travel for work.
Apply Now - Pit Party Tech Official - Monster Jam
Registrar
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Monster Jam
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Safety Tech Official
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Monster Jam
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Tour Operations - Two Wheel Operations

Fiber Tech
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Two Wheel Operations
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Font Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Two Wheel Operations
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Graphics Operator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Two Wheel Operations
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Will Call Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Two Wheel Operations
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Motocross Operations

Operations Crew - Supercross
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Motocross Operations
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Supercross Flagger
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Production & Operations Touring Units — Motocross Operations
A Supercross Flagger is a seasonal employee that will be trained in caution flagging and communications for our touring events.  The flagger communicates with the Head Flagger via a radio set and displays track conditions to competitors using a combination of yellow flags and remotely operated yellow warning lights. The flagger's primary objective is to provide information to the competitors about track conditions ahead.
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Essential Functions
  • Flagging and Radio Communications during the Supercross Race. 
  • Learn and understand Supercross racing flagging rules.
  • Learn and understand radio communications and protocols.
  • Learn and understand proper safety rules as applied to flagging for Supercross.  
  • Learn to identify and report any safety issues to the Flag Team Manager and/or the Flag Safety Coordinator
Qualifications
  • High school diploma or GED is preferred.  
  • Entry level position, training provided.  
  • Available to work a variety of hours and shifts, weekends are a must.
Skills & Abilities
  • Perform the duties and the functions of this job, you are required to stand for extended lengths of time on a racetrack.  
  • Must have full use of your hands to handle flag and/or safety light remote for extended lengths of time.
  • Must be able to hear and understand audio communications through radios, with earbuds.
  • Must be able to wear a helmet for extended lengths of time while on the racetrack.
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Tour Operations - Track Construction

Track Construction Operator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Production & Operations Touring Units — Tour Operations - Track Construction
The Track Construction Operator is responsible for building precise performance tracks in truncated time tables and includes skillfully installing and removing dirt track surfaces without causing damage to professional playing surfaces.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Follow track design plan and build out as instructed keeping safety of competitors and spectators in mind, and within the allotted time frame.
  • Operate heavy equipment under safe and normal working conditions minimizing injuries and damages. 
  • Responsible for live event execution including Monster Truck recovery, driver safety and track maintenance.
  • Assist with the preparation of events including but not limited to all dirt, equipment, fuel, field protection and the related costs.
  • Assist in maintaining and creating new relationships and resources in an effort to reduce event costs.
  • Responsible for tracking supply inventories, and completing post event notes and pre/post event surveys.
  • Communicate effectively and frequently with supervisor.
  • Other relevant duties as assigned by Supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • High School diploma required.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience operating heavy equipment, preferably in related field.
  • OSHA, forklift and heavy machinery certification.
  • Demonstrated ability to build precise performance tracks in truncated time tables (between 1 and 2 days).
  • Demonstrated skills installing and removing dirt track surfaces from professional playing surfaces.
  • Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills required. 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills required.
  • Ability to perform physical labor for an extended period of time and lift over 50 lbs.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally on a frequent basis.
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Global Partnerships


Experiential Activations

Activation Tour Coordinator - PRN
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Part Time Global Partnerships — Experiential Activations
Reporting to the Activation Tour Manager and Assistant Activation Tour Manager, the Activation Coordinator will be part of a touring experiential marketing campaign on a PRN basis traveling throughout North America. Main functions will include setting up at product displays at retail locations, and trade shows throughout the calendar year; interacting with patrons as the brand ambassador for a major distribution brand. Activation Coordinators will interact with guests to create a unique experience by providing expert brand and product knowledge. This is a fly-in/fly-out position. 

*This position is a PRN role, which will work on an as needed basis as a fill in.

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assist in set-up and tear-down of the experience for multiple displays in a week throughout the calendar year.
  • Responsible for gathering detailed photos and key learnings for each engagement, and report to the Activation Tour Manager.
  • Contribute to the Guest experience by engaging consumers in activities within the designated footprint with emphasis on Brand Awareness. Must become knowledgeable and speak positively about touring products.
  • Assist with managing and training of in-market staff on company policies, procedures, event operations and program/brand talking points.
  • Assist with consumer safety briefing with overseeing consumer PPE requirements and breathalyzer before each demo. Assist with lead & chase vehicle duties when assigned.
  • Perform & maintain daily safety inspections on all demo vehicles. Perform all partner approved repairs/maintenance on demo vehicles.
  • Keep all equipment clean and functioning properly. Maintain inventory of demo vehicles and display/footprint equipment.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service, maintaining a positive attitude towards Guests, Co-Workers, and the Management Team. 
  • Presentation must be kept neat, clean, and visually appealing to all the Guests. Team Members are expected to uphold cleanliness in the experience and at specific work location. 
  • Continuously seeking ways to improve overall operation with a focus on efficient spending. Identify areas of concern/opportunity and present to Activation Team.
  • Willing and able to travel on the road for 75+% of the year.
Job Requirements
  • 1-2 years of prior experience touring and activating for experiential marketing campaigns on a national level is preferred.
  • Prior experiential marketing background with family brands is preferred.
  • Must have a current, valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
  • Ability to work with teammates and be an integral part of the team environment.
  • Be socially engaging and comfortable interacting with diverse audiences, including client and client representatives, guests, vendors, and teammates.
  • Be physically fit with the ability to lift/carry 75+lbs. and be on your feet for extended periods of time in an outside setting.
  • Strong attention to detail, a positive attitude, and a team player.
  • Must have basic computer skills to utilize all company programs and systems for such items as expense reports, timesheet recordings, recap reports and company travel.
  • Ability to learn quickly to become an expert on sponsors and sponsor initiatives.
  • Critical thinker and team player as this position has a teammate for the season.
  • Comfortable speaking to large groups of diverse people.
  • Ability to lift larger items during set-up and tear-down of the display.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with working knowledge of Excel and Word.
  • Ability to operate within a fast-paced environment.
  • Self-starter, with proven ability to work without supervision.
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Assistant Activation Tour Manager – CDL-A Driver/ Motorcycle Driver - PRN
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Part Time Global Partnerships — Experiential Activations
The Assistant Activation Tour Manager will report directly to the Activation Tour Manager and be part of an activation team on a PRN basis for a touring experiential marketing campaign traveling throughout North America. Main functions will include assisting with operation of a tractor trailer race hauler, managing the logistics of setting up, activating, and tearing down program equipment at retail locations, trade shows, and other event activations throughout the calendar year; communicating with local retail store management teams; assisting with overseeing a consumer motorcycle experience that involves consumer demonstration and ride experiences; and acting as part of a team traveling with the Activation Tour Manager. 

*This position is a PRN role, which will work on an as needed basis as a fill in.

PLEASE NOTE: This position remains posted on our website year-round. We may or may not currently have an opening, but we encourage you to submit your resume now in the event one becomes available. We will keep your resume on file and contact you within a year of submitting if your skills and experience meet the job qualifications. You may be contacted via phone or email for any of our touring properties.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Assist Tour Manager with a touring tractor trailer experience throughout North America to, from, and between events and other locations in a safe and timely manner.
  • Responsible for gathering key learnings, throughput, hits/misses, consumer interactions, attendance records, inventory reports, detailed photos and other metrics for daily/weekly recap reports of each engagement.
  • Assist Tour Manager with set-up, activation, and tear-down of the experience for multiple displays in a week throughout the calendar year.
  • Coordinate logistic and operation details with venue with a focus on “Best Practice” recommendations for a successful event. This includes prepromotion, onsite sales, catering entertainment, staff and sales support team.
  • Assist in the training of all activation touring and in-market staff on company policies, procedures, event operations and program/brand talking points.
  • Responsible for operating and ensuring routine maintenance is performed on motorcycles/demo vehicles. (Training to be provided).
  • Responsible for ensuring the integrity of the brand experience while keeping the safety and security of the consumers, audience, and company at the forefront of priority.
  • Responsible for assisting in the management of a product demonstration experience involving motorcycles/demo vehicles both on closed tracks as well as open road.
  • Able to travel on the road for 85+% of the year.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with Activation Tour Manager and office team with the ability to step into the leadership role with Tour Manager is unavailable.
  • Presentation must be kept neat, clean, and visually appealing to all the Guests. Team Members are expected to uphold cleanliness in the Experience and at specific work location. 
  • Keep all equipment clean and functioning properly. Perform checks and routine maintenance, of all equipment regularly. Maintain inventory of motorcycles/demo vehicles and display/footprint equipment.
  • Continuously seeking ways to improve overall operation with a focus on efficient spending. Identify areas of concern/opportunity and present to Activation Team.
Job Requirements
  • 3+ years’ experience managing and activating for experiential marketing campaigns on a national level is preferred.
  • A CDL-A driver’s license with a clean driving record a plus
  • Must have a current motorcycle license and working knowledge of the motorcycle industry.
  • Ability to work with teammates and be an integral part of the team environment.
  • Proven ability to work closely with supervisor(s) in receiving, understanding, and executing event details and direction.
  • Be socially engaging and comfortable interacting with diverse audiences, including client and client representatives, guests, vendors, and teammates.
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot, maintain, and repair tour assets.
  • Be physically fit with the ability to lift/carry 75+lbs. and be on your feet for extended periods of time in an outside setting.
  • Strong attention to detail, a positive attitude, and a team player.
  • Must have basic computer skills to utilize all company programs and systems for such items as expense reports, timesheet recordings, recap reports and company travel.
  • Mechanical knowledge, tractor, generator, motorcycle, mechanical maintenance a plus.
  • Ability to learn quickly to become an expert on sponsors and initiatives.
  • Critical thinker and team player as this position has a teammate for the season.
  • Comfortable speaking to large groups of diverse people.
  • Ability to lift larger items during set-up and tear-down of the display.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency with working knowledge of Excel and Word.
  • Self-motivated with ability to work independently and in a team setting.
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Operations Crew - SX
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Seasonal Global Partnerships — Experiential Activations
Assist other Operations Crew staff and local crews regarding load-in and load-out, including assembling and disassembling of all event equipment.  The Operations Crew employee will ensure that all work is produced to the highest quality, speed, and economic efficiency regarding health, safety, and security policies. 
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Essential Functions
  • Responsible for working with other Operations Crew staff and local crews, loading and unloading, assembling and disassembling all event equipment in a timely and efficient manner. 
  • Responsible for conducting regular maintenance with help of assistants and local labor. 
  • Assist with loading and unloading of semi-trailer trucks and preparing the truck for movement to the next event. 
  • Responsible for following production cues to meet the production standards. 
  • Responsible for continually seeking to improve efficiency during load-in and load-out. 
  • Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all stage equipment.  
  • Responsible for maintaining generators and water pumps for the track, including self-contained pumps. 
  • Collaborate with support staff at the event or via conference calls regarding the successful execution of events.    
  • Assist with refurb in Ellenton, Florida.   
  • Assist with all logistics involved in moving, setting up, and tearing down of production elements at each event. 
  • Responsible for track safety during dirt bike practice and racing operations.  Will be on an active race track to assist with competitor and motorcycle safety in the event of an accident.
  • Operate warehouse and off-road forklifts to complete certain tasks that may include unloading and loading of trailers and moving various supplies, structures, and containers.
  • Experience as an Operations Crew in a backstage setting as it relates to a Live Events.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service, maintaining a positive attitude towards Guests, Co-Workers, and the Management Team.
  • Presentation must be kept neat, clean, and visually appealing to all the Customers.
  • Ensure the safety of all guests, keep the event area clear of all hazards.
  • Responsible for following rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by “Feld Entertainment, Inc.” best practices as they pertain to the Experience.
  • Must have knowledge of Live Events.   
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service, maintaining a positive attitude towards Guests, Co-Workers, and the Management Team.
Qualifications
  • High school diploma or equivalent experience.
  • Prior work experience in Live Events, Amusement Parks, Theatres, Museums, and/or an electric shop preferred.
Skills & Abilities
  • Knowledge of assorted hand & power tools, and experience using them.
  • Knowledge of and experience working with chain-hoists, rigging equipment, electricity, scenic elements, stage sets, and sound equipment.
  • Must have the knowledge of all hand tools, including power tools and the ability to use them properly.  
  • Ability to climb, work, adjust, and repair at heights in excess of 40 feet before, during and after Live Events, including load-ins and load-outs.  
  • Able to walk and run on uneven terrain including dirt, small rocks, steep dirt mounds, wet surface, mud and other debris.
  • Knowledge of basic construction techniques and safety.
  • Knowledge of basic repair techniques for equipment, tools, and road cases/carts.
  • Ability to read and understand shop drawings, calculate, and order materials.
  • Must be able to bend, stoop, and lift. May require the use of a ladder.
  • Physically able to manage lifting/moving up to 50lbs or more. 
  • Must complete warehouse and off-road forklift safety and operation program as set forth by Feld Entertainment, Inc.
  • Must complete safety programs as mandated by Feld Entertainment, Inc. and local/federal rules/laws.
  • Ability to work under pressure. 
  • Ability to prioritize duties for effective and successful events.  
  • Availability to work extended hours, holidays and weekends dependent upon business demands. 
  • Must be dedicated, reliable, and punctual. 
  • Demonstrate positive and professional behavior towards clients and co-workers at all times. 
  • Self-motivated with ability to work independently and be a team player. 
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Logistics and Merchandising


FCP Operations

Assistant Concession & Retail Manager
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Assist managing the day-to-day operations and sales team while on traveling tour. Responsible for equipment maintenance, coordinating logistics, maintaining proper inventory and controls. Oversee the tour’s inventory and distribution team members. Train and mentor other staff members. Ensure that all company policies and procedures including any health and safety mitigation procedures are always being followed.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Responsible for all keeping all concessions, merchandise, and photo equipment in proper working order:
  • Ensure that all equipment is clean, working properly, displayed and store properly.
  • Verify that all music systems are working properly.
  • Maintain stand equipment inventory for all locations.
  • Repair and replace broken display equipment.
  • Maintain equipment carnet information as required for international travel.
  • Communicate any trailer repairs to Manager and show personnel.

  • 2. Oversee tour’s transportation needs to ensure that all equipment is accounted for and transported:
  • Responsible for coordination and communication related to transportation of inventory and equipment to ensure that it is properly moved as needed.
  • Ensure that all procedures and all safety protocols are followed during the load in and load out process in and around the trailers.
  • Coordinate the placement of the trailers, ice merchandisers, vehicles and any equipment needed as required by the venue staff.
  • Responsible for making sure the company vehicle is clean and properly maintained.

  • 3. Oversees hotel accommodations, room assignments and policy enforcement for all staff:
  • Ensures compliance of all company standards, policies and procedures related to hotels.
  • Assigns rooms for staff, communicates with housing/hotel staff, and distributes keys.
  • Assists team members with issues related to company housing/hotel concerns, communicates concerns with Manager as needed and follows up as required.

  • 4. Responsible for maintaining unit inventory, stock levels and that proper inventory documentation is completed:
  • Ensure that all procedures are followed, and all documentation is completed correcting when stock is issued to locations.
  • Verify that all stock handling policies and procedures are followed by staff.
  • Conduct inventory audits of locations to verify inventory levels as requested or required.
  • Reallocate stock as needed to reduce excess stock at locations.

  • 5. Responsible for the purchasing and ordering of all local commodities needed for each venue:
  • Determine products and quantities required for upcoming venues based on inventory levels and forecasted attendance.
  • Verify invoices are correct, submit for payment, and provide payments when necessary.
  • Place orders for products with the proper vendor or department.
  • Communicate any equipment and spare parts needs to Manger/Director and place orders if required.

  • 6. Responsible for ensuring that all sales locations are placed and set up properly.
  • Ensure that all stands have proper electrical requirements for set up.
  • Verify that all lighting and sound equipment has power and is working properly at each location.

  • 7. Oversee sanitation protocols on the sales floor, trailers/containers and all department areas:
  • Ensure that all locations have the proper sanitation supplies required.
  • Conduct sanitation checks in areas to ensure that proper food handler guidelines are followed at all times.
  • Assist with local agency and venue inspections and ensure that all requirements are met and communicated to staff.
  • Make sure that locations have tools/equipment to keep trash organized and coordinate pick up procedures with venue staff.

  • 8. Supervise concourse sales at all stands during performances:
  • Verify that all locations are set up according to specifications and merchandising standards.
  • Observe sales floor and customer traffic, ensure that all staff provide a professional, positive, 5 Star customer service experience.
  • Continuously promote upbeat and positive attitude towards sales.
  • Ensure all sales personnel are in the correct uniform and selling areas.
  • Provide support to staff as needed.
  • Provide recommendations to Manager and staff for improving sales based on observations.
  • Address and resolve any customer concerns in a timely and effective manner.

  • 9. Responsible for compliance with the tour’s Mitigation Guidelines:
  • Coordinate with the Tour Safety Coordinator that all guidelines and protocols are met.
  • Communicate with staff current policies, procedures, and venue requirements regarding mitigation efforts.
  • Ensure that all mitigation policies are followed and comply with company and venue policies.
  • Document how mitigation was implemented in each venue in post engagement report.

  • 10. Oversee local or agency vendors to ensure a quality guest experience:
  • Responsible for securing the correct number of vendors needed for each engagement based on sales and attendance forecasts.
  • Observe vendors to ensure that all policies and procedures are being followed in all areas.
  • Issue vendor uniforms, ensure that that are worn properly, and receive uniforms back at the end of the shift.
Job Requirements
  • Associate Degree in Business or equivalent experience.
  • 2+ years of retail/food management.
  • Valid Driver’s license.
  • Valid Passport (must be able to travel domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Computer skills with working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Multi-lingual a plus.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 50lbs.
  • Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work under high pressure and quick deadlines.
  • Experience in food service (Food Handler or Food Manager Certification a plus)
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
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Bookkeeper
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Responsible for maintaining the inventory and financial books of touring unit. Primary function is to maintain, update and communicate inventory balances for the unit, including trailers and stand locations. Keep detailed records of unit’s cash funds, disbursements, and expenses. Set up office area within each venue and maintain office equipment.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Responsible for inventory records, counts and reports:
  • Ensure that all shipments are properly received and record in inventory system.
  • Record all inventory disbursements to sales staff and locations.
  • Conduct required inventory cycle counts, compare to book value, and reconcile.
  • Oversee spot check inventory counts, prepare reports, and reconcile.
  • Ensure that information, reports, and documentation remain confidential.
  • Report all discrepancies to Manager and Director as required.

  • 2. Responsible for the unit’s cash receipts and banking requirements:
  • Work with local banks to arrange deposits and obtain drop box keys when applicable.
  • Ensure that all deposits are properly completed, including deposit slips, and maintaining inventory of deposit bags.
  • Manage the unit’s change fund, maintain proper on hand balances, and maintain controls.
  • Coordinate with corporate Treasury Department and armored car service where applicable

  • 3. Responsible for all settlement and deposit procedures for all stand locations:
  • Receive daily settlement bags from sales staff, ensure all paperwork is completed correctly, and deposits recorded properly.
  • Verify that all credit card batches processed completely and are close properly.

  • 4. Maintain unit’s petty cash funds:
  • Ensure that all paperwork and approvals are received for all disbursements.
  • Maintain all paperwork and submit proper documentation.
  • Monitor expenses and distribute funds in accordance with established procedures.

  • 5. Responsible for compiling reports, documentation, and communication to Inventory Control and corporate office:
  • Ensure that all paperwork and reports are completed properly and sent to the correct department.
  • Compiling and transmitting daily sales reports and inventory stock data as required.
  • Assemble and send mail packages to the distribution center and corporate office when needed.

  • 6. Oversee inventory counts at sales locations:
  • Ensure that spot check stand inventories are completed and properly documented.
  • Conduct inventory counts for stand closings and record numbers.
  • Verify that location inventory counts match to book balances.
  • Properly record any discrepancies and report any shortages/overages to the Manager and Director as required.

  • 7. Oversee unit’s accommodations and travel arrangements:
  • Verify and confirm hotel charges are correct and match roster.
  • Confirm all staff are included on airline flights when necessary.

  • 8. Responsible for the unit’s office area in each venue is set up properly:
  • Ensure that there are dedicated locations for staff that require desk space.
  • Set up all office equipment, issuing equipment, verify internet connectivity and make sure all equipment is working properly.
  • Maintain required office supplies stock levels.
  • Responsible for office mitigation compliance, set up and supplies.

Job Requirements
  • Associate Degree in Business or 2+ years of bookkeeping/accounting experience
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Valid Passport (must be able to travel domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 25lbs.
  • Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work under high pressure and quick deadlines.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
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Concession & Retail Manager
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Lead and manage a traveling staff of 20 employees and local vendors to achieve the highest sales while providing excellent customer service Coordinate all tour inventory, reporting, financials, communication, and day to day operations while traveling with the show. Ensure that all company policies and procedures including any health and safety mitigation procedures are always being followed.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Maximize venue sales and profitability while maintaining a high quality of customer service:
  • Create venue sales plans by reviewing prior results and analyzing attendance projections to develop a strategy, to maximize sales opportunities.
  • Negotiate and partner with vendor management to determine sales and support locations.
  • Ensure that merchandise display parameters are met at all locations.
  • Supervise sales locations, provide guidance and support as needed.
  • Ensure proper staffing, reallocate staff assignments as needed.
  • Address and resolve any customer concerns in a timely and effective manner.
  • Study local markets and recommend price adjustments accordingly.

  • 2. Maintain inventory controls and stock levels:
  • Project, order, and maintain adequate levels of merchandise based on forecasts.
  • Control inventories shrink by ensuring that inventory procedures are followed.
  • Ensure all inventory counts and disputes are reported accurately.
  • Schedule stock shipments from warehouse to deliver to tour and coordinate.
  • Ensure that orders are placed for local supplies as needed.

  • 3. Develop proper sales and support staff:
  • Manage recruitment efforts for staff & sales personnel.
  • Train staff on proper policies and procedures required for their role.
  • Model customer service behaviors and train team to deliver 5 Star Service.
  • Determine proper number of local agency vendors needed to conduct business and increase sales.
  • Ensure that company rules and standards are being followed by all staff and vendors.
  • Establish and maintain a positive work atmosphere per company guidelines.
  • Evaluate and coach staff for optimal performance.

  • 4. Ensure that all company and local health and safety standards are always followed:
  • Complete Food Manager training and ensure that all locations and staff are compliant with food service standards.
  • Work with venue management and local health department to secure proper permits are secured, if necessary, and requirements communicated to staff.
  • Ensure that all staff are following all safety policies and procedures.
  • Oversee and follow up on all related mitigation strategies set out from the corporate office.

  • 5. Oversee the unit’s accounting and financial responsibilities:
  • Ensure that proper bookkeeping procedures are being followed and all documentation complete.
  • Schedule timely and safe bank deposits.
  • Communicate with the Treasury department on any banking issues.
  • Ensure that all reports are completed and submitted in a timely manner.
  • Monitor budget expenses and revenue numbers and adjust resources according to achieve financial goals.

  • 6. Manage the unit operational and logistical functions:
  • Oversee the load in and load out of equipment.
  • Develop load plans for trailers to maximize efficiencies and space.
  • Coordinate transportation for staff.
  • Inspect and maintain all equipment to ensure that all equipment is cleaned and working properly.
  • Keep records of any required documentation for international travel.
  • Recommend/refine equipment for better efficiency.

  • 7. Ensure company rules and standards are followed at all times, including inside venues, hotels, company transportation and while on company property

  • 8. Ensure timely and respectful communication is occurring within all areas of the unit:
  • Complete all required reports, including sales, venue and staffing and send to VP/Director.
  • Communicate any unit issues, concerns, shortages, and successes with the VP/Director.
  • Communicate with warehouse as needed.
  • Ensure that there is open communication with all departments that support the unit at corporate.
  • Communicate any venue issues or concerns promptly with arena management.
  • Coordinate with show management to ensure timelines are understood.
  • Communicate with staff on a regular basis and address/share any needs that require assistance.
  • Ensure open lines of communication with local vendors and any requirements or changes.
  • Work with contacts: banks, suppliers, health, and fire inspectors to ensure all requirements are met.
  • Resolve any disputes in a calm and professional manner.
  • Provide coaching and direction for staff as required.
Job Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience.
  • 2+ years Retail Sales management of 20+ associates.
  • 2+ years in a customer service-oriented environment.
  • Valid Driver’s license.
  • Experience in food service (Food Handler or Food Manager Certification a plus).
  • Valid Passport (must be able to travel domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 50lbs. Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work under high pressure and quick deadlines.
  • Experience in warehouse and inventory management.
  • Experience in establishing budgets, sales, and operational plans.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
  • Multi-lingual a plus.
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Distribution Clerk
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Manage all aspects of the traveling tour’s inventory including issuing, receiving, reporting, and reconciling. Oversee stock personnel to ensure that all documentation and procedures are followed. Coordinate the loading and unloading of equipment and inventory trailers.

*A resume is required to be considered for this position.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Responsible for maintaining and securing all inventory for the unit:
  • Ensure that all procedures around inventory controls are completed correctly for entire unit, including trailers and inside venues.
  • Maintain inventory areas to make sure that they are neat, clean, and organized.
  • Ensure that all documentation is completed properly when inventory is allocated to locations.
  • Monitor inventory levels for outages and communicate any items that are running low with Concessions Manager
  • Set dedicated issue periods for sales personnel to receive inventory requested.
  • Conduct trailer inventory as directed and complete all required documentation.
  • Break down and assemble pallets as needed to move and relocate inventory.
  • Immediately report any discrepancies to Concessions Manager and properly document.
  • Assist with counting and verification of broken stock.
  • Verify, record and store sales personnel personal stock.

  • 2. Oversee all shipping and receiving of unit’s inventory:
  • Verify all inbound shipment quantities to packing list, document and report any discrepancies in systems as required prior to being stored.
  • Verify all outbound shipment quantities match to packing list and bill of lading.
  • Complete all required paperwork and documentation for shipments.

  • 3. Supervise the Stockperson and ensure that all responsibilities are being completed:
  • Ensure that all inventory transfers are completed in a timely manner, and all documentation completed properly.
  • Oversee the load-in and load-out process of all trailers to ensure that all policies and procedures are followed.
  • Make sure that all work areas are kept clean and neatly organized.

  • 4. Assist manager in identifying secure locations required for storage of stock, equipment, and trailers:
  • Coordinate with manager and venue personnel to determine locations.
  • Communicate to tour staff proper placement as required.
  • Coordinate with venue space for truck parking and communicate with truck driver.

  • 5. Complete all administrative duties associated with inventory control process:
  • Maintain all inventory documentation and update required systems.
  • Prepare issue documents and obtain required signatures, file and store documents as required.
  • Assist with nightly settlement process as required.

  • 6. Maintain tour’s trailers:
  • Ensure that trailers are kept clean, neat, and organized.
  • Inspect trailers and equipment to ensure that they are kept in proper working order.
  • Report any required repairs to Manger.

  • 7. Provide support to sales team as needed during shows as directed by Manager:
  • Replenish stock and complete proper paperwork as required.
  • Assist sales team during peak volume periods as needed.

  • 8. Assist Manager in making sure that company policies and procedures are being followed:
  • Maintain safety protocols and ensure that public health mitigation policies & procedures are being followed at venue, company hotel and on company transportation.
  • Role model behavior for all staff to follow.

  • 9. Responsible for fulfillment of pre-sold and digital order:
  • Check reports to verify product ordered before each performance.
  • Assemble product required, complete paperwork and deliver to required location.
  • Assist with distribution of product to customers as needed.

  • 10. Other duties as assigned by Manager.
Job Requirements
  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • 2 years Shipping & Receiving experience - Warehouse and/or Inventory management preferred.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Valid Passport (must be able to work domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 50lbs.
  • Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
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Sales Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Responsible for overseeing tour sales teams to ensure all company policies, procedures are met while delivering 5 Star service to guests. Provides training, coaching, and administrative support to tour staff. Acts as a role model and displays positive communications with the sales team while enforcing company policies and procedures. Oversees public health mitigation and sanitation efforts for the unit inside the venue and all other tour areas.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Ensure that all merchandise and food locations are set up correctly and meet all required specifications:
  • Verify that all merchandise is set up properly, displayed correctly and clearly marked with proper price points.
  • Ensure that in seat vendor efforts are being conducted properly and that all procedures are followed.
  • Verify that all food locations have proper sanitation equipment and supplies.
  • Perform sanitation checks of all food manufacturing and distribution locations throughout duration of engagement at each venue.

  • 2. Maintain, update, and secure unit personnel files:
  • Ensure all paperwork is filled out accurately and complies with regulatory obligations.
  • Take personnel photos for security ID badge and maintain all unit ID’s.
  • Keep unit personnel data updated and secure as required.

  • 3. Responsible for maintaining the unit’s uniforms including shirts, vests, aprons, and hats:
  • Issue sales staff uniforms for each engagement.
  • Clean, wash, and maintain uniforms to ensure staff meets expected appearance guidelines.

  • 4. Facilitate random drug test in coordination with Human Resources when required.

  • 5. Observe concourse operations during shows to ensure standards are being upheld:
  • Assist sales staff as needed during peak times.
  • Coach and mentor staff to deliver 5 Star service to all guests.
  • Ensure company policies and procedures are being met by all staff and communicate with Manager as needed.

  • 6. Assist with load-in and load-out process as directed:
  • Move stock and equipment to locations as directed.
  • Ensure that all locations have proper equipment and supplies as required.

  • 7. Ensure that all sanitation and public health mitigation requirements are met at all locations:
  • Assist the Assistant Manager in making sure all locations are properly set up, any required signage is posted, and locations have proper sanitation tools.
  • Communicate any special local public health requirements to staff for compliance.
  • Ensure staff compliance with public health requirements and that all have any required PPE at the venue and when on company transportation.

  • 8. Oversee agency vendors to ensure that all are compliant with company expectations, policies, and procedures:
  • Assist in vendor check in and out process.
  • Distribute uniforms for vendors prior to show and verify return upon completion of shift.
  • Oversee vendors to ensure compliance with public health requirements and that all have any required PPE per the venue.

  • 9. Assist in maintaining inventory controls by participating in nightly settlement process as required.

  • 10. Coordinate company meals with Tour Coordinator and vendors when needed.

  • 11. Other duties as directed by management.
Job Requirements
  • Associate Degree or equivalent work experience.
  • Sales/Retail Sales background preferred.
  • Valid Driver’s license.
  • Valid Passport (must be able to work domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 25lbs.
  • Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time
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Stockperson
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Responsible for ensuring that all touring unit’s inventory is properly stored, transported, and distributed to sales personnel. Assist with the loading and unloading of equipment, inventory, and supplies.

*A resume is required to be considered for this position.
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Maintain unit’s inventory and distribution:
  • Keep all products neat and organized inside trailers and storage locations.
  • Assist with issuing merchandise to sales personnel.
  • Ensure that all inventory paperwork is completed and filed correctly.
  • Transport stock to various sales locations as needed.
  • Conduct trailer inventory on a bi-weekly basis and verify counts
  • Assist with counting/verify open box counts, and make sure boxes are labeled correctly.

  • 2. Responsible for assisting in shipping and receiving of orders:
  • Assist in verifying that all inbound shipment quantities match to packing list.
  • Assist with all outbound shipments and verify quantities to packing list and bill of lading.
  • Ensure that any inventory overages/shortages of products are documented correctly.

  • 3. Maintain stand inventory for each location during transportation to next venue:
  • Receive and Reisssue weekly sales personnel stand inventory
  • Ensure that inventory is labeled and documented according to stand assignment.
  • Securely store merchandise for transportation.

  • 4. Responsible for inventory trailer organization and cleanliness:
  • Sweep floors, ensure that all areas are clean and free of debris.
  • Keep inventory neat and organized at all times.
  • Collect all cardboard/trash and ensure proper disposal according to venue’s requirements

  • 5. Assist with load-in and load-out of equipment:
  • Make sure inventory and equipment is loaded/unloaded and secured properly.
  • Move equipment and inventory to/from concourse as required.

  • 6. Provide concourse support during selling periods:
  • Assemble any merchandise required to fulfil advance sales or digital orders.
  • Replenish stock and complete proper paperwork as required.

  • 7. Follow all company policies and procedures:
  • Maintain safety protocols and ensure that public health mitigation policies & procedures are being followed at venue, company hotel and on company transportation.
  • Role model behavior for all staff to follow.

  • 8. Other duties as assigned by manger as required
Job Requirements
  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • 2 years Shipping & Receiving experience - Warehouse and/or Inventory management preferred.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Valid Passport (must be able to travel domestically and internationally).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 50lbs.
  • The ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
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Touring Sales Associate
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Commission based sales associate, responsible for fast paced food, beverage and concessions merchandise sales. Excellent customer service skills and drive to maximize sales a must. Assist with operational activities related to consumer product division of touring production. Adhere to and support Feld Entertainment’s standards of conduct, policies and procedures. 

*This is a full time touring position eligible for benefits. Commission based pay.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Sell merchandise in arena seats or designated point of sale location; collect payment and provide accurate change.
  • Organize cash and credit receipts, submit deposits, maintain financial records, and settle daily sales with management.
  • Order and manage assigned inventory items.
  • Obtain supplies and merchandise from storage trailers to replenish for sales.
  • Provide preparation support to the Touring Sales Lead as needed.
  • Prepare all merchandise and/or food products as needed prior to each selling period.
  • Assist at designated point of sale location as directed by Touring Sales Lead.
  • Take part in equipment load/unload from storage trailers and movement into/out of arena.  
  • Assist with set up, tear down, and repack of stand equipment as directed. 
  • Attend sales, customer service, and sanitation training as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements
  • High School Diploma or equivalent (preferred, but not required).
  • Able to travel internationally and domestically 100% of the time. Must have a valid passport.
  • Sales/Retail Sales or Hospitality background (preferred, but not required).
  • Superior customer service skills.
  • Personable team player with good communication skills.
  • Dedicated, reliable, and punctual with ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Able to manage cash and inventory balances.
  • Quickly calculate correct change for cash sales.
  • Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to lift 25 lbs. on a regular basis.
  • Must be able to follow verbal and written directions.
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Touring Sales Commissary Lead
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Oversee and manage the unit’s touring food and beverage production area. Coordinate production of food and beverages required to meet the anticipated volume for each engagement. Responsible for making sure that Food Safety guidelines are met and always followed within the Commissary. Train and coach staff on producing, transporting, and storing concessions items to ensure products are fresh and meet company standards.

Salary plus commission-based lead position, responsible for managing fast-paced food, beverage, and concessions merchandise production area. Must have superior people management, organizational and training skills, with emphasis on customer service and sales maximization. Act as lead in supervision, sales training, and coaching for assigned food and beverage sales personnel. Responsible for all operational activities related to consumer product division’s food and beverage operations of touring production. Adhere to and support Feld Entertainment’s standards of conduct, policies and procedure
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Essential Job Functions
  • 1. Responsible for Commissary equipment:
  • Ensure that all Commissary equipment is transported and stored correctly for transport.
  • Work with Manager to determine Commissary location and make sure space is adequate and has required electrical power supply.
  • Oversee Commissary is set up properly and that all equipment is working correctly.
  • Ensure that all equipment is clean and sanitized prior to use.
  • Communicate any equipment issues, repairs, or needs to Manager for resolution.
  • Ensure that all equipment is stored and secure properly between shows as required.

  • 2. Responsible for verifying that all Food Safety Guidelines are always being followed:
  • Ensure that the Commissary is set up with all sanitation needs and supplies as required by state and local guidelines.
  • Confirm that employees and vendors know and follow sanitation guidelines and train accordingly to ensure compliance.
  • Verify that all food handling policies and procedures are met and followed by all staff.
  • Coordinate with Manager and venue management location of 3 compartment sink, water, and trash collection areas.
  • Ensure that all equipment is clean and sanitized on a regular basis during and after production periods.
  • Verify that all food, ingredients, containers, and supplies are stored and covered as required.
  • Communicate any special requirements and needs to staff and Manager.

  • 3. Responsible for inventory levels and controls at Commissary and sales locations:
  • Coordinate inventory and production levels by working with Manager to determine needs based on forecasted attendance and historical sales rates.
  • Ensure that Commissary has all inventory required to meet needs during performances and prepare products accordingly.
  • Verify stock levels at sales locations to determine needs for additional products.
  • Control waste by careful attention to inventory levels.
  • Ensure that all inventory transfers and distributions are properly record and documentation completed.

  • 4. Supervise Sales Associates and any assigned local vendors:
  • Ensure that all company policies and procedures are always followed.
  • Communicate any venue specific requirements to team and confirm understanding.
  • Assign team members sales locations and assignments for sales periods.
  • Provide sales and customer service training to Sales Associates and vendors to ensure that 5 Star Service guidelines are being met at all locations.

  • 5. Responsible for recording sales totals and completing all required documentation:
  • Organize cash and credit receipts and verify totals with team members.
  • Prepare and complete all paperwork required for deposits, financial records, and inventory verification.
  • Submit all required documentation and confirm daily sales totals with management.

  • 6. Other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • 2+ years of retail/food service
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Valid Passport (must be able to travel domestically and internationally)
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office software and a variety of computer programs.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • The ability to sit and stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and lift 50lbs.
  • Ability to communicate on various organizational levels with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • The ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally 90-100% of the time.
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Touring Sales Representative
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Operations
Commission based sales representative, responsible for fast paced concessions merchandise sales to generate maximum revenue. Excellent customer service skills and drive to maximize sales a must. Engage in sales activities including sales training, coaching, and supervision of temporary agency support personnel. Assist with operational activities related to consumer product division of touring production. Adhere to and support Feld Entertainment’s standards of conduct, policies and procedures. 

*This is a full time touring position eligible for benefits. Commission based pay.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Ensure point of sale location is organized and clean based on display strategy set by management.
  • Sell merchandise at designated point of sale location; collect payment and provide accurate change.
  • Organize cash and credit receipts, submit deposits, maintain financial records, and settle daily sales with management.
  • Order and manage assigned inventory items.
  • Obtain supplies and merchandise from storage trailers to replenish for sales.
  • Supervise activities of supplied agency support personnel.
  • Prepare all merchandise and/or food products as needed prior to each selling period.
  • Take part in equipment load/unload from storage trailers and movement into/out of arena.  
  • Assist with set up, tear down, and repack of stand equipment as directed. 
  • Attend sales, customer service, and sanitation training as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to travel internationally and domestically 100% of the time. Must have a valid passport.
  • Sales/Retail Sales or Hospitality background (preferred, but not required).
  • Ability to take initiative to complete tasks with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to prioritize duties for effective and successful customer sales.
  • Superior customer service skills.
  • Organization, critical thinking, communication, and time management skills.
  • Personable team player with good communication skills.
  • Dedicated, reliable, and punctual with ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Able to manage cash and inventory balances.
  • Quickly calculate correct change for cash sales.
  • Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to lift 25 lbs. on a regular basis.
  • Must be able to follow verbal and written directions.
Apply Now - Touring Sales Representative

FCP Motor Sports

FCP - FMS Operations Coordinator
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Motor Sports
Helps in supporting FCP operation (loading/unloading, set-up and move equipment.  Setup and tear down of all sales locations and activities in pit party.  Participates in operating FCP activities that include but not limited to an inflatable Slide, Ride Ons, Ride Truck and Photo Stand.  On call during the show for “damage control” which includes, trash on concourse, monitoring displays and vendors.  They operate small equipment such as forklifts, lulls, scissor lifts and golf carts.  
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  • Load & unload merchandise and food equipment. (Assist and support to the Operations Lead.)
  • Assist in the inventory of all items, merchandise and non-chargeable weekly.  Weekly spot checks.
  • Assist with inside stadium operations.
  • Equipment trailer upkeep and prep for load in/out.
  • Assist with loading & unloading merchandise and food equipment.
  • Assist with receiving and inventorying all items, merchandise and non-chargeable weekly.
  • Assist with creating and delivering Items issue for both inside stadium and merch trailers.
  • Assist with inside stadium operations, merch stands set-up/teardown, repair equipment, collect and deliver equipment to the equipment trailer.
  • Issue Vendor T-shirts, vendor hats, and other food and merch non-chargeable items.
  • Assist in vendor registration.
  • Assist with all events on tour operations, inside stadium and merch trailers.
  • Assist with merch stand presentation and displays. (Asst. Manager in enforcing pricing, cardboard, dress code.)
  • Moving equipment and merchandise to locations needed.
  • Clean concourse of trash, debris and cardboard accumulated by sales crew before, during and after show.
  • Assist with merch trailer set-up and monitor during pit party as needed.
  • Assist with merch trailer closing.
Qualifications
  • High School or equivalent.
  • Previous work experience recommended.
  • Must be willing to travel (required).
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
Skills & Abilities
  • Basic computer and tablet skills recommended.  Excel, Word, etc. a plus.
  • Communication skills required.
  • Life skills a plus.  Adaptability, cooperation, friendly, flexible, and common sense.
  • Must be able to follow up on tasks and done in timely fashion.
  • Must be able to follow directions.
  • Work well under pressure.
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FCP - FMS Operations Coordinator Arena and SX
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Logistics and Merchandising — FCP Motor Sports
Helps in supporting FCP operation (loading/unloading, set-up and move equipment.  Setup and tear down of all sales locations and activities in pit party.  Participates in operating FCP activities that include but not limited to an inflatable Slide, Ride Ons, Ride Truck and Photo Stand.  On call during the show for “damage control” which includes, trash on concourse, monitoring displays and vendors.  Help to support or facilitate POS systems in both merchandise locations and or satellite locations if needed. They operate small equipment such as forklifts, lulls, scissor lifts and golf carts.  
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Essential Functions
  • Load & unload merchandise and food equipment. (Assist and support to the Operations Lead.).
  • Assist in the inventory of all items, merchandise and non-chargeable weekly.  Weekly spot checks.
  • Assist with inside stadium operations.
  • Equipment trailer upkeep and prep for load in/out.
  • Assist with loading & unloading merchandise and food equipment.
  • Assist with receiving and inventorying all items, merchandise and non-chargeable weekly.
  • Assist with creating and delivering Items issue for both inside stadium and merch trailers.
  • Assist with inside stadium operations, merch stands set-up/teardown, repair equipment, collect and deliver equipment to the equipment trailer.
  • Issue Vendor T-shirts, vendor hats, and other food and merch non-chargeable items.
  • Assist in vendor registration.
  • Assist with all events on tour operations, inside stadium and merch trailers.
  • Assist with merch stand presentation and displays. (Asst. Manager in enforcing pricing, cardboard, dress code.)
  • Moving equipment and merchandise to locations needed.
  • Clean concourse of trash, debris and cardboard accumulated by sales crew before, during and after show.
  • Assist with merch trailer set-up and monitor during pit party as needed.
  • Assist with merch trailer closing.
Qualifications
  • High School or equivalent.
  • Previous work experience recommended.
  • Must be willing to travel (required).
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
Skills & Abilities
  • Basic computer and tablet skills recommended.  Excel, Word, etc. a plus.
  • Communication skills required.
  • Life skills a plus.  Adaptability, cooperation, friendly, flexible, and common sense.
  • Must be able to follow up on tasks and done in timely fashion.
  • Must be able to follow directions.
  • Work well under pressure.
Apply Now - FCP - FMS Operations Coordinator Arena and SX

Florida Operations & Show Support


Safety & Compliance

GLT Technician
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Contract Florida Operations & Show Support — Safety & Compliance
GLT Technician is responsible for the setup, management, monitoring and maintenance of all touring unit air quality processes and equipment.  The GLT Technician communicates updates and needs to the assigned Company Manager and reports to the Safety and Compliance Manager for Motorsports.
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Essential Functions
  • Serves as the liaison between Unit Management, Venue Management and Local Fire Marshal authorities while onsite at venues in regard to the show’s air quality.
  • Set up, maintain, and communicate venue updates for Touring Unit Air Quality Management Equipment and procedures.  Communicates equipment needs to supervisor.
  • Communicate in-show to building personnel and unit management regarding building and/or show adjustments to air quality management system.
  • Maintain show reports and records as assigned by supervisor.
  • Complete all other duties as assigned
Qualifications
  • Preferred 1-2 years of Motorsports or Safety Experience or related experience
  • Preferred 1-2 years of experience with Touring Live Entertainment shows or related experience
  • Report writing experience required
  • Experience working with local authorities or external departments required
Skills and Abilities
  • Comprehensive report writing required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work as a team player with multiple departments, touring units, local authorities, and venue staff
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Ice Operations

Ice Technician - Touring
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Florida Operations & Show Support — Ice Operations
The Ice Floor Touring Technician oversees and performs the installation, removal, and maintenance of portable ice floors worldwide.  This is a Florida based position but requires the willingness and ability to travel 100% of the year. Ice Technicians must maintain and operate the Zamboni and trouble shoot and perform basic repairs to the chillers, generators, pumps, and ice floor equipment and tools in accordance with EPA and OSHA regulations and Ice Department Operations Best Practices. Supervises, trains, and assists labor crews of up to 30 people.  The Ice Technician will maintain, repair, refurb and inventory all equipment that comes back to the shop.  The Ice Technician is expected to perform all duties assigned. 

*A resume is required to be considered for this position.
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Essential Job Functions
  • Unloads trucks/containers and builds portable ice floors in each city.
  • Breaks down ice floor and loads trucks/containers after last performance in each city.
  • Maintains Chiller units during each show (checking electrical components, adjusting and maintaining proper temperatures).
  • Operates and maintains Zamboni ice resurfacing machine including; before, during and after rehearsals and performances with live audiences.
  • Ice Technicians perform proper maintenance and repair methods on tour and in the Shop for all Ice Department equipment used.
  • Supervises, trains, communicates with, and directs labor crews of up to 30 people.
  • Accepts all other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.
Job Requirements
  • Must be mechanically and electrically inclined and have knowledge of and experience with basic hand and power tools, pneumatic tools, and electrical metering devices and have the ability to troubleshoot electrical components and devices.
  • Ability to efficiently supervise large groups of people.
  • Strong work ethic including but not limited to: resourcefulness, effective time management, strong attention to detail and the ability to adapt and exercise flexibility.
  • Knowledge of chillers, generators, pumps, and ice floor equipment is a strong plus, but not required.
  • Willingness and ability to relocate locally to Florida.
  • Willingness and ability to travel both domestically and internationally up to 100% of the year.
  • Valid US Driver's License
  • Passport holder or ability to obtain US passport.
Skills & Abilities
  • Must be able to read and follow schematics.
  • Must be experienced with hand tools, power & pneumatic tools and metering devices.
  • Must possess basic electrical & plumbing theory and be able to troubleshoot electrical components and devices.
  • Must be able to lift up to 70 lbs on a daily basis.
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Uncategorized


Uncategorized

Stagehand - Special Effects Technician (SFX)
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Uncategorized — Uncategorized
Functions as a member of an integrated team of Special Effect Technicians on a large-scale arena touring production by assisting with all aspects of open flame, indoor pyrotechnics and all other special effects related to the production while maintaining the integrity of the artistic concept; adhering to Best Practice Safety Protocols and NFPA Standards and Guidelines.
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Essential Functions
  • Responsible for the oversight, maintenance, execution and safety of all mechanical, combustible, and special effects systems, and fire suppression equipment
  • Participate in the setup and teardown of all pyrotechnic gear and applicable equipment while directing local crews in the loading and unloading, assembling, and disassembling of all associated equipment.
  • Responsible for repairing and maintaining all firing console equipment, associated hardware and fire suppression equipment and systems as directed by supervisors and Best Practice Standards.
  • Always ensure the safety and security of pyrotechnic equipment and product including receiving, storage, handling and disposal of product and equipment.
  •  Responsible for following cues to maintain high standards of quality established for the production’s aesthetics and creative vision.
  •  Liaison with tour management staff, Show Support personnel and local fire authorities to ensure local permitting compliance including but not limited to opening day demonstrations, inspections, and disposal protocols
  • Responsible for compliance with all Local and Feld Entertainment Inc. safety and security policies and continually seeking to improve efficiency and safety within the pyrotechnic department and overall production.
  • Responsible for following the rules, regulations and guidelines set forth by Feld Entertainment Inc. as they pertain to the Marvel Universe Live Production.
  • Responsible for accepting all other duties as assigned by supervisors.
Qualifications
  • Associate degree or higher in Technical Theatre and/or 5+ years real world experience in the field of indoor pyrotechnics and special effects in the movie, theatre, or arena touring industries.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety regulations, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedural manuals, as well as to write route reports and correspondence.
  • Detail oriented and methodical in establishing daily procedures and show protocols.
  • Ability to climb and work focus, adjust and repair at heights more than 55ft before, during and after performance and during rigging calls, load ins and load outs.
  • Recognized as a proven team player with strong trouble shooting capabilities.
  • Ability and desire to tour year-round.
  • Ability to travel internationally and to Canada.
Skills & Abilities
  • Experience working with compressed gases (CO2, liquid propane).
  • Knowledge of Electrical DC and AC voltage systems.
  • Knowledge of wired and wireless firing systems a plus
  • Ability to lift over 50lbs, stand for 2 hours and operate small hand tools.
  • Additional skills in carpentry, welding, plumbing and metal fabrication a plus.
  • Ability to climb, work, and repair at heights more than 40ft.

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Global Media


Public Relations

Touring Public Relations Manager, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey
Show Unit/Traveling Show | Full Time Global Media — Public Relations
This position is responsible for managing the onsite media activations including planning and executing all on-site media segments and working with the corporate, regional teams and show staff to coordinate public relations efforts.
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Essential Functions
  • Work with the Corporate Global PR team, regional communications team and unit staff to develop and manage the local execution onsite for all publicity efforts.
  • Manage day-to-day needs with local PR for Ringling including scheduling early morning PR requests, media days, influencer engagement in addition to additional interview opportunities.
  • Assist the PR Manager in coordinating the overall Public Relations efforts as well as revising existing show documents.
  • Assist the PR Manager and regional PR Team in providing the field with the tools to promote the show and streamline resources.
  • Serve as liaison to performers regarding local publicity efforts for touring shows.  
  • Assist in maintaining show publicity materials for the press, field and the publicists’ resource site.
  • Coordinate publicity requests on the touring show by working with performers and show staff.
  •  Assist with prepping performers and staff for onsite interviews with messaging and strategic direction.
  •  Coordinate content capture for video and photo needs.
  •  Manage timelines, planning and budgets.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree required (PR, Journalism, Advertising, Marketing or English major preferred) 
  •  3 to 5 years of public relations or related experience with emphasis on onsite media management. 
  •  Strong media relation skills. Prior media contacts a plus. On-camera broadcast experience a plus, but not required.
  •  Knowledge of broadcast media logistics and operations.

Skills & Abilities
  • Strong interpersonal skills, polished, professional appearance and must be highly organized. 
  • Ability to interface with multiple levels within and outside Feld Entertainment.
  •  Solid event planning skills and time management skills.
  •  Ability to manage heavy workload, multiple projects simultaneously.
  •  Levelheaded capacity to make sound judgments and lead under pressure.
  •  Team oriented with the interest of being on-the-road with a traveling show.
  •  Highly flexible and resourceful with the ability to problem solve meaningful solutions.
  •  Willingness to tour 100% of the time.
  •  Proficient in Microsoft Office and knowledge of SmartSheet.
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