|Minimum Age Requirments:||Must be at least 18 years of age to apply|
Under the direction of the Production Manager and Directors, the Stage Manager is responsible for properly executing, planning, organizing, supervising, and participating in the overall operation of an assigned entertainment production in accordance with company policies and procedures. The Stage Manager will actively participate in the training, skills testing, and supervising of the cast and crew of an assigned production
Job Requirements/Essential Functions of the Job:
- The Stage Manager is responsible for coordinating all aspects of an assigned entertainment production in accordance with company policies and procedures. The Stage Manager will work very closely with Entertainment Management as well as Performers and Technicians to assure successful entertainment productions. The stage Manager will keep a daily record of all material covered and daily activities associated with the assigned entertainment production.
- The Stage Manager will act as the direct manager for the cast and crew as well as serves as the liaison between the Entertainment Department Management and other members of the production staff distributing information and keeping the production on schedule. The Stage Manager must maintain a professional attitude and demeanor.
- During rehearsals the Stage Manager will maintain a prompt script (production book) recording blocking, business, props, scenic, or costume moves as relates to actor movement, and all cues and other production related paperwork.
- The Stage Manager will be responsible for enforcing policies, procedures, and other directives with cast and crew of the assigned production.
- The Stage Manager must be able to comprehend, follow, and assist with music.
- The Stage Manager will be responsible for starting physical and vocal warm ups of performers and pre-setting all costumes, props, and set pieces. The Stage Manager must assure that all technical support of the production is ready to go for each performance. The Stage Manager is ultimately responsible for the show starting on time and running smoothly.
- The Stage Manager will assure that back stage the productions runs smoothly for each performance.
- Stage Managers will assure that all take down and clean up is completed for each assigned performance.
- Stage Managers must be willing, and able, to assist with television promotions being held out of the normal performance hours.
- Stage Managers must work as a team and maintain a high level of professional conduct.
- Stage Managers will assure that general cleaning duties of Entertainment stages, dressing rooms, and surrounding locations before, between, and after performances are completed.
- The Stage Manager must monitor and respond to inappropriate guest and/or employee behavior, including enforcing rules and restrictions, regulating actions, and requesting assistance from Security and the Entertainment Manager on duty if necessary.
- The Stage Manager must act as a team leader.
- The Stage Manager must exhibit a high degree of motivation toward providing guest satisfaction and must be able to deal with many guests each day in a positive and friendly manner.
- During trainings and rehearsal periods, the Stage Manager must be able to read and assimilate information provided in the Entertainment Manual and the Seasonal Employee Handbook, and comprehend verbal instructions from the training supervisor.
- The Stage Manager will be working around high noise levels resulting from amusement rides and various equipment. The Performer must be able to remain focused on the job while dealing with interruptions from guests and/or other employee contact.
- The Stage Manger must be willing to conform to Lagoon’s grooming and personal hygiene requirements and wear the proper issued uniform. A neat, clean, professional appearance is required at all times.
- The Stage Manager must be willing and able to perform all other job duties and assignments as assigned by management.
- Each Stage Manager will be working with all levels of the Entertainment Department staff and various levels of other departments to which the Entertainment Department operation is related.
- Each Stage Manager will be in contact with a high volume of guests on a daily basis, which requires good guest service skills and ability.
The Stage Manager position is seasonal. Seasonal Employees perform their work at certain seasons and periods of the year. Their work, by its nature, is not continuous and not carried on throughout the year. A seasonal employee who is employed at the conclusion of the season will be terminated. A seasonal employee has no expectation in employment beyond the season in which he/she is hired. In a 12-month period, a Seasonal Employee works on average 28 hours or less per week and never more than 1400 hours in a 12-month period.
Due to the nature of the Company’s business, the Stage Manger may be required to work for longer than normal work periods. The work schedule will vary from an average of 0-20 hours per week during the off-season, to an average of 0-50 hours per week during the operating season. The Stage Manager must be willing and able to work variable hours, five-six days a week from as early as 6:00 a.m. to as late as 1:00 a.m. including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Seasonal employees agree to work as scheduled by the Company
- Must be at least 18 years of age, by first day of training.
- Experience in theater and management is necessary.
- Job Qualifications are stated in essential functions of the job description. Each Stage Manager must be able to accomplish the essential functions in order to be competent in the job.
- Able to communicate effectively in a professional manner with co-workers, supervisors, subordinates, vendors, and Lagoon guests.
- Able to learn and understand all policies and procedures pertinent to the department and the functions the job.
- Able to make quick and effective decisions.
- Able to complete basic math calculations.
- Able to follow verbal and written directions.
- Able to follow safety practices and be safety conscious.
- Able to deal with guests and employees in a friendly, but firm manner to provide for a good guest and employee experience and enforce safety rules.
- Able to work effectively independently as well as with a group.
- Able to learn, comprehend, and enforce Lagoon policies and procedures.
- Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Able to handle stressful situations in a calm, professional manner.
- Able to respond quickly to unusual situations during normal operation, including power failure and/or operating system faults or shutdowns, and smoke alarms.
- Clean work area daily or more often, as needed.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Upon request, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
- Must have full use of hands, arms and legs to reach and operate equipment
- Able to move equipment which would include pushing, pulling, bending, and lifting.
- Able to stand, sit and/or walk for up to (8) hours.
- Able to walk quickly to/from job locations up to 1 (one) kilometer distance.
- Able to regularly lift and/or move up to 60 pounds.
- Must have good hearing and visual acuity to observe equipment, Lagoon guests, etc.
- Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
- Able to read and understand daily checklists.
- Able to speak to give other employees and guests verbal instructions.
- Able to work in a considerably noisy environment from equipment and amusement rides.
- Able to perform work duties outside in varying weather conditions prevalent at the time.
- Requires early arrivals and/or late night departures.