Employment

“Over the past quarter-­century, Nashville Repertory Theatre has grown into the benchmark of live local theatre—
a standard that other companies measure themselves by....”

- Nashville Scene -

Master Carpenter

Application deadline: April 15, 2016

Nashville Repertory Theatre is currently accepting applications for Master Carpenter to join us in our upcoming 2016-2017 season.

Candidates must have a strong background in theatrical construction and techniques; this includes, but is not limited to: standard wood construction, welding, rigging knowledge, and basic knots. The ability to calmly problem solve and use of deductive reasoning skills are imperative.

The Master Carpenter reports directly to the Technical Director and is in charge of daily running of the scene shop, and overseeing the task list when the Technical Director is otherwise preoccupied. Must be able to prioritize and efficiently complete daily task list while leading a crew.

  • Applicant must have a driver’s license and ability to drive a 26’ box truck (or a willingness to learn).
  • Applicant must be able to lift a full sheet of ¾” MDF (approximately 96lbs.) without help, reach a height of 6’-0”, and be on their feet for a full work day.
  • Contract begins August 2016 and ends May 2017 (Dates may be negotiable)

Email your resume with cover letter and 3 references to Tyler Axt, Technical Director at tyler@nashvillerep.org.

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