Screening Room Manager
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Reporting to the Associate Production Manager, The Screening Room
Manager is responsible for managing and operating all activities in
the Bright Family Screening Room within the Paramount Center and
the virtual screening room including, but not limited to: managing
operation of all physical screenings, digital screenings, providing
support during setup, technological assistance, and the opening and
closing of academic classes.
This position will be responsible for managing all activities in
the screening room such as providing support setting up,
technological help as well as the closing of academic
Your key responsibilities:
Your Other Responsibilities:
- Schedule Intermittent and Student staff to perform quality
control for in-person digital and 16/35mm film screenings on behalf
of ArtsEmerson and for the department of Visual & Media Arts,
Student Engagement, and Academic Affairs.
- Manage the execution of virtual films, events, and festivals
through online streaming services, and provides assistance on other
essential digital platforms as needed.
- Manage, oversee, and schedule crews to set up internal and
external events, conferences, faculty meetings, and classes that
take place in the screening room and screening room
- Communicate with internal and external coordinators,
organizers, and clients by managing the delivery and ingestion of
Digital Cinema Packages or other digital material into the
- Work with the Office of the Arts Marketing, Box Office, and
Guest Experience departments on media specifications to ensure
accessibility, media asset information, and organization of show
flow is conveyed accurately.
- Train, supervises, and manages all overhire projectionists and
student employees to ensure proper usage of all
- Asses all necessary equipment needs to maintain a state of the
art operating system by providing input and solutions as well as
managing budgetary requirements.
- Manage the yearly maintenance schedule and contractors used for
- Participate in Office of the Arts production department weekly
staff meetings as well as additional OA full staff meetings and
working groups to discuss and provide feedback on short and
long-term organizational goals.
- Send out end of night reports to appropriate departments
regarding show details, potential issues, or other important
information needed to continue successful screenings.
- Other duties as assigned.
Your skills and experience:
- 2-4 years of relevant experience.
- Demonstrable knowledge of digital and 16/35mm film projection
- Massachusetts Motion Picture Operator licensed or have the
ability to become licensed within 3 months of hire date.
You will be preferred if you have:
- Up to date in digital film processing and
- Experience in Extron automation systems.
- Progressive experience in projection and as a Film House
- Experience with virtual film offerings
- Usual Office Conditions - Yes
- Intellectual and mental concentration and the need to
concentrate, intellectually, for extended periods of time -
- Requires the constant coordination of mental and visual
attention - Yes
- Requires the ability to stand and/or sit for long periods of
time - Yes
- Required to move/lift objects - Yes up to 50lbs
- Travel? - N/A
- Esssential Staff
Grade of Position: A14N40
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 40.00
In addition to a competitive salary, Emerson College is committed
to the health and well-being of our employees and family members.
We offer a generous benefits package to regular staff scheduled to
work 20+ hours per week.
Benefits include outstanding health plans with limited
out-of-pocket expenses, dental plans, generous time-off programs,
and a 403(b) retirement benefit with a 9% employer contribution
once eligible. Additional benefits such as life and disability
coverage as well as commuter offerings are available.
Please refer to our
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