This role is based at Hopton-on-Sea, Hopton, Norfolk
If you’re good at what you do, you can work anywhere. If you’re the best at what you do – come and work with us at Potters Resorts – Hopton on Sea, the UK’s only all-inclusive Resorts!
We are currently looking for a Sound Engineer to support our busy Technical team, on a full time basis. Shifts will be further discussed at interview stage, however will involve working days, nights, weekends and bank holidays. As part of the sound team the successful candidate will be responsible for mixing FOH and monitors in our entertainment venues.
The key duties of this role would involve:
- The ability to operate and program (to a reasonable level) both Digico Quantum series and Allen & Heath digital mixing consoles.
- To complete scheduled preventative maintenance tasks for all audio equipment, as directed by Chief Technician/Technical Management. This includes but is not limited to regular cleaning of Shure wireless handhelds, Belt packs, IEMs & Bantam patch bays.
- Ability to perform basic troubleshooting of all audio equipment including D&B amplifiers, Dante networks, MADI audio interfaces & Mac computers.
- Knowledge of how to use and program Qlab & DiGiCo consoles to Timecode.
- Mixing FoH sound for large scale Musical Theatre style shows (line by line mixing experience not required).
- Mixing IEMs & wedges as a Monitor engineer for Vocalists and Band members.
- Set up and strike of audio equipment in multiple areas/locations of the Resort for various events.
- Providing technical assistance on Resort during functions both day and night.
- Assisting in load ins/outs of equipment to and from the theatre.
- Willingness to learn and develop new skills in basic lighting, stage and video if required.
About You - Key skills and experience:
Along with proven experience of working within a similar role, including
- At least 2 years experience in a similar role, preferably in Musical Theatre.
- Proficient in mixing a live band and large scale Musical Theatre shows. (60+ inputs).
- Basic experience of operating Lighting, Video and Stage equipment. (Beneficial but not essential).
- Ability to work in a team, under pressure and multi-task.
- Organised, efficient and proactive.
- Good understanding of working safely within a Theatre/stage environment.
- Basic bench work skills including soldering. (Beneficial but not essential).
- Studio recording/mix down experience. (Beneficial but not essential).
- Working with a really friendly and fun team (and creating fun & customer happiness for our guests/members, what’s not to like!)
- Excellent learning and development opportunities – including Apprenticeship Schemes
- Free use of the Facilities
- Discounted rates on accommodation, dining experiences, sports & leisure and entertainment
- Employee Assistance Programme - Health & Wellbeing support
- Cycle2Work Scheme
Onsite living Accommodation is available.
If you are looking for an opportunity to progress and join a market leading Holiday Resort then this is your chance!
Closing date for applications: Friday 12th August 2022.