NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY OPEN
Annidale Sound is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to fostering an equitable and inclusive environment for all employees. Unless we are participating in specific intern programs,
our employees must be at least 18 years old.
Since 1997, Annidale Sound has remained faithful to our goal of providing our clients with peace of mind through confidence. This commitment extends beyond the outstanding quality of our work and our trustworthy reputation as a business.
Our commitment is embraced by every member of our crew that works on projects off-site to those who do multiple jobs at our client's venue or property. As a business and as individuals, we depend on one another's ethics, morals, and talents. Our mutual trustworthiness.
A great festival, event, or production is the result of a lot of people working together collectively and as crews of widely diverse businesses that make up the total client package.
In this light, when we add new people to our crew, we depend on applicants to look first toward their ability to uphold our commitment of providing peace of mind and confidence to our clients.
Here are some things we look for in all of our potential employees.
Good communication and customer service skills
The ability to handle challenging situations with grace, diplomacy, and professionalism
The ability to communicate clearly and effectively in a pleasant and courteous manner during loading, unloading, and all those other times when you're busy and tired, cold, sweating, or in a hurry
The problem-solving skills to prioritize and meet deadlines in this highly time-sensitive environment
The understanding and respect for the highly sensitive equipment you will be handling
The ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality
Annidale Sound Crew members, or anyone representing Annidale Sound
may NOT, during their working hours for Annidale Sound, drink alcohol,
or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Seasonal Event-Specific Production Crew Assistant (No Current Openings)
(Event Crew Assistant: Intermittent Seasonal Loaders and Movers)
Main duties consist of assisting in EQUIPMENT LOADING, UNLOADING, SET-UP, MOVING, and BREAK-DOWN, although could include various duties before, during, and after the event, such as performing routine tasks to prepare the venue for performances, including the movement of signage, stanchions, tables, chairs, etc.
We are seeking dependable, highly motivated, hard-working, team-oriented individuals for Intermittent Seasonal and Festival Stage Hands and Loaders. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply and available to work nights, weekends, and holidays.
Dependability. Solid work ethic. Consistently on time and ready to work, follow instructions, and respond to management directions independently and with minimal direction.
Communication and interpersonal skills, paired with the ability to interact respectfully, collegially, professionally, and respectfully with all event guests, employees, volunteers, vendors, and talent.
Ability to safely lift and carry up to 50 lbs.; ability to work outdoors, at times in inclement weather; ability to stand and walk for up to six hours at a time.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, continuously changing, and often loud environment.
A consistent source of transportation at any time of day or night, and a reliable cell phone.