Stagestruck is an independent events and experiential communications agency. 34 years ago, the company began as an AV supplier, man-handling vast numbers of fragile 35mm slides across banks of projectors to create stunning visual displays. This required vision, dedication and craft skills - three things that have stuck with Stagestruck.
Since then, technology (thankfully) has developed. And so has Stagestruck. With over 70 people based between our Hertfordshire base and new central London office, Stagestruck has a blue chip client-list that includes Bloomberg, Samsung, VW Group, Barclays, JP Morgan, M&S, BP, PwC and more. For these clients we create inspiring experiences including conferences, product launches, exhibitions, brand experiences, films, digital content, projection mapping and much more.
Stagestruck is growing; growing in size, growing in remit and growing in ambition. We’re doing some great work already; but we want to do even greater work... We have a bold vision for our future and - as we have done over the last 34 years - we’re evolving to fulfil our ambitions.
Being a technical production manager at Stagestruck means working with some of the world’s top companies to create world-class experiences. It’s a key role, and as such requires a level of experience and ability to thrive under the pressure to deliver great experiences. This means bringing a combination of technical knowledge, project management, detailed planning, and creativity to any challenge, working closely with clients and colleagues to deliver to the highest standards of production across all elements of a project.
The Technical Project Manager has ownership of, and responsibility for the production implementation of a project. The role requires a strong level of technical knowledge across all event production disciplines including lighting, audio, video, rigging and scenic construction combined with exceptional project management and planning skills.
From involvement in the initial pitch process through to onsite delivery and post project reconciliation, working with in-house departments, suppliers, venues and clients the role takes complete responsibility for the production delivery including the production budget, trucking, crewing, technical system design/specifications, scheduling and health and safety.
An exciting, happy and growing business with a fantastic diverse mix of clients, and a great team that will welcome you into the Stagestruck family.
A great work atmosphere with company socials, a great working environment and a positive attitude.
A competitive salary and bonus scheme, with many benefits including healthcare, holidays, pension.
Although this role does require a primary presence in the Stagestruck head office in Hertfordshire, with a secondary office in Central London this role offers some allowance for a flexible working environment.
As a key member of the onsite project delivery team the role will also require periods of time onsite, attending meetings at client offices, completing site visits and possible worldwide travel.
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