The Equipment Manager will take part in overseeing equipment needs in assigned studios throughout the duration of the shoot, while interacting with clients and providing the highest level of service.
Greater New York City Area
Sep 02, 2022
- Un-packing and re-packing the studio for the following day’s shoots.
- Accurately and efficiently pulling lighting and grip orders and staging in studio in an organized manner
- Checking and testing all grip and lighting equipment to ensure proper functioning prior to client use
- Working with clients throughout the day during check-out and check-in process of grip and lighting equipment at the studio or on location
- Creating stock checks and short lists to establish and maintain accurate inventory counts
- Communicating customer requests, order changes, and/ or paperwork specifications to management
- Properly assessing and completing minor repairs to equipment
- Maintain an orderly work area at all times
- Ensuring that all sub-rented gear is picked up from and returned to the correct vendors
- Quickly executing all other duties as assigned by management
Here’s what you’ll need:
- A minimum of 1 years of experience with digital photography/videography studio or equipment assistance
Bonus points if:
- Associate Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Communications or related Arts/Creative program
- MAC knowledge preferred, experience with Microsoft Office and Filemaker a plus. Basic computer skills required.
- Experience with both Full production and the rental business
- Excellent time management and customer service skills