A production glue Assistant Technical Director is a critical component of the production team and the advancing of all technical production elements of a project. Sure, that first sentence is fairly obvious, but there’s way more to it- a glue ATD is responsible for collaborating with the glue team to execute the never-been-done, and deliver best-in-class levels of tech acumen (techumen?) and production management, while forging relationships with clients, vendors, and production partners alike to help drive a project through successful completion. An ATD should have a firm grasp of the production elements- scenery, rigging, lighting, audio, and video- and how they all go together. Typically, an ATD has a mastery in one or more of the above listed elements, or a background in theatrical scenic design or 3D Design.
Desired Skills and Experience:
Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to take initiative, multi-task, and work graciously in a fast paced environment. Ability to work with discretion, diplomacy and tact in tightly “buttoned-up” environments of finance and government. Ability to demonstrate a sense of urgency and act responsively.
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