MAKE-UP PRODUCTION Provide professional make-up services for On-Air Talent, Guests, Performers, Presenters and other Personnel on all Productions, both in-house and as required, at remote locations. Must maintain adequate inventory of supplies and provide these services in accordance with all Federal, State, Local and Industry Health standards. Minimum of 7 years’ experience in a major market broadcast facility as a professional make-up artist with the majority of that experience coming from working with On-Air Talent and Performers preferred; must be able to work flexible schedules including but not limited to, early hours, days, nights, overtime, holidays, etc. Experienced with using a wide variety of skin types, ages and genders. Excellent verbal communication skills is required; able to function well with aggressive deadlines in high stress situations; must be reliable and work well with others.
STAGEHAND Perform job tasks including, but not limited to the maintenance, repair, placement and operation of all scenery props, lighting and other associated equipment as it relates to the production of television programs. 5-7 years’ experience working in a television studio environment preferred; candidate must be skilled in carpentry and be well versed in studio and remote lighting and electric; handling of scenery and propping; rigging experience a plus; must be able to work flexible hours, nights and weekends.
DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES - Oversee building infrastructure and systems to ensure safe, proper and energy-efficient operations. This includes, but is not limited to the following systems: Cooling Towers, Domestic Water, HVAC controls, BMS systems, AHU’s, Chiller Plant, boilers, various booster & sump pumps, plumbing, electrical switchgear distribution, elevators, roof, façade, window systems, fire sprinkler/suppression systems and fire alarm monitoring systems. Manage contracts and relationships with facilities-related vendors for proper compliance and expected service levels. In addition, provide professional oversight for technical renovations and other day-to-day maintenance services in and around the facilities located in New York. The Facilities Director will work independently to manage both internal maintenance staff and external vendor support to ensure all systems are properly maintained, operated and documented. Minimum of ten years facilities management experience with at least 5 years as the Director of a mid to large scale technical facility with key responsibilities for comparable systems and progressive management experience in: Electrical and HVAC systems, Building Maintenance and Construction. Skills and experience with Engineering or Architectural Design a plus. Maintenance Management and Capital Construction Practices; significant experience and abilities related to the development and management of budgets. Certifications as a Fire Life Safety Director COF holder (F-89) and Supervision of Fire Alarm Systems COF holder (S-95) are required or must be obtained within 120 days of appointment. Citywide Sprinkler COF holder (S-12), Citywide Standpipe COF holder (S-13), is preferred. Familiarity and understanding of the NYC Building codes as well as National, State and Local safety standards. Extensive skills and knowledge towards improving health and safety standards. Capable of communicating with all levels of trades and management personnel and ability to coordinate activities of a multifaceted operation to provide effective support and services to a diverse fast-paced community. Must be available after-hours (Evenings, Weekends and Holidays) for emergencies and other required work as well as ensure staff recognizes the 24/7/365 coverage requirements of their respective roles to respond to facilities related concerns. Must possess the ability to work in a team environment and thrive under a deadline driven system is essential.