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  • 21 Jun 2024 10:33 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Avondale, New Zealand


    Reference: 6589891


    Looking for a new role? This one should take centre stage!

    At LS Group (LSG), we're the powerhouse behind the scenes, supplying an array of materials, from theatrical lighting to cutting-edge electronics, sourced locally and internationally. As a pivotal member of our team is moving, we're inviting you to join us in a central role and contribute your skills to our dynamic team.

    We are located in Rosebank Rd, Avondale, with parking on-site to make your commute that much easier. We offer flexible hours to accommodate both full-time and part-time commitments because the main thing is we find the right fit for our team.

    Your role in a nutshell:

    In your new role, you'll be the backbone of our financial operations, ensuring accuracy and efficiency. You'll maintain precise records using Infusion software, manage invoicing and accounts receivable/payable diligently, and provide excellent customer service by handling incoming calls. Your attention to detail will guarantee data accuracy, and you'll oversee reconciliations and potentially manage payroll, all while taking care of office equipment and supplies to support seamless operations.

    About you:

    • You're adept at navigating Microsoft Office and Infusion software with ease.
    • You've got some experience in bookkeeping and a foundational understanding of accountancy principles.
    • Your knack for organisation is top-notch, ensuring everything runs smoothly.
    • You have communication finesse - fluent in written and spoken English with excellent phone etiquette.
    • You've got a keen eye for detail, ensuring nothing slips through the cracks.
    • "That's just the way it's done" is not in your vocab. You are all about efficiency and innovation, updating processes where you see opportunity.

    Ready to shine in your career? Apply today!


    Applications Close: 22 Jun 2024


  • 21 Jun 2024 10:33 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Avondale, New Zealand


    Reference: 6590929


    Looking for a new role? This one should take centre stage!

    At LS Group (LSG), we're the powerhouse behind the scenes, supplying an array of materials, from theatrical lighting to cutting-edge electronics, sourced locally and internationally. As a pivotal member of our team is moving, we're inviting you to join us in a central role and contribute your skills to our dynamic team.

    We are located in Rosebank Rd, Avondale, with parking on-site to make your commute that much easier. We offer flexible hours to accommodate both full-time and part-time commitments because the main thing is we find the right fit for our team.

    Your role in a nutshell:

    In your new role, you'll dive into the heart of our operations, assisting with lighting programming, builds, servicing, and installations, both on-site and in the field. You'll be hands-on, helping with electrical and electronic repairs, preparing equipment for customers, and ensuring smooth installations. Your keen eye for detail will shine as you maintain accurate records and uphold our commitment to cleanliness and safety standards. With your support, we'll strengthen customer relationships and ensure top-notch service delivery. Plus, as a key player in our team, you'll lead the charge in client sign-offs and communication with directors, ensuring seamless operations every step of the way.

    About you:

    Your expertise in lighting control and electronics would be ideal, but if you come with experience in electronics repair and computer programming, we welcome your application. Whether you come from the industry or have a background in electronics or computers, we're interested in hearing from you. You will have communication finesse - fluent in written and spoken English with excellent phone etiquette.

    Requirements include electrical registration EAS or higher, industry-recognised training, a clean driver's license, and the ability to pass MOJ security technician certification. Experience with entertainment consoles and programming would be advantageous.

    Ready to light up your career? Apply today!


    Applications Close: 22 Jun 2024


  • 21 Jun 2024 10:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     Join Our Team! Technical Sales Person - Theatrical and Film Lighting

    Are you passionate about lighting up stages and screens? Do you thrive on delivering cutting-edge solutions to the entertainment industry? We're seeking a dynamic Technical Sales Person to champion our premier theatrical and film lighting products across New Zealand!

    About Us: Join a leading name in Entertainment Lighting with over 60 years of expertise, Kenderdine Entertainment Lighting and Professional Lighting Services. Renowned for our work across New Zealand's premier venues, productions, films, TV events, and architectural installations, we are seeking an outstanding Salesperson to join our established team.

    Job Description: This is a rare opportunity for a skilled Salesperson to contribute to our consultative sales approach, crafting tailored solutions for our clients' unique needs.

    Responsibilities:

    • Building Relationships: Forge strong connections with key stakeholders in theaters, film studios, production houses, and rental companies.
    • Technical Expertise: Utilise your experience in Theatrical or Film Lighting to effectively communicate technical solutions.
    • Sales Strategy: Apply proven B2B sales skills to build and maintain client relationships
    • Training and Support: Conduct product demonstrations, training sessions, and technical workshops to educate and empower our clients.
    • Time Management: Manage your time effectively in a dynamic work environment, adapting to changing priorities.

    Requirements:

    • Passion for Lighting: Deep understanding and enthusiasm for theatrical and film lighting technology.
    • Sales Savvy: Proven track record in technical sales within the entertainment industry, with a knack for identifying and capitalizing on sales opportunities.
    • Communication Skills: Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills to effectively convey technical information and build lasting relationships.
    • Problem-Solving Abilities: Ability to troubleshoot and provide solutions in dynamic and fast-paced environments.
    • Flexibility: Although primarily based in Auckland, Willingness to occasionally travel across New Zealand and internationally.

    Benefits:

    • Competitive salary based on experience.
    • Comprehensive health and life insurance.
    • Collaborative work environment.

    Join Our Team: If you are passionate about lighting up the entertainment industry and meet these qualifications, we invite you to apply. Send your CV and cover letter to apply@kelpls.co.nz 

    Maybe you're a gaffer, bestboy or lighting tech who hasn't done Sales before but likes the idea of a 40 hour week, paid holidays and sick pay. Perhaps you'd like your children or partner to recognise you or just don't fancy 80 hour weeks on set or 3am pack outs anymore. Give us a call

    Light up your future with us - apply now! 


  • 21 Jun 2024 10:28 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Accounts Bookkeeping, General Admin & Sales Support

    • Full-time
    • Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm
    • Avondale location

      Job description

      Company Overview: A fantastic opportunity exists for an Administrator to join our dynamic and established company. With over 60 years in the Entertainment Lighting Market, Kenderdine Entertainment Lighting and Professional Lighting Services have an excellent reputation in the industry and have worked extensively on many of New Zealand's high profile Venues, Productions, Films, TV Events and Architectural Installations.

      Position Overview: We are seeking a detail-oriented and proactive Office Administrator to manage general bookkeeping and administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will be organized, proficient in bookkeeping principles, and capable of efficiently handling various office responsibilities efficiently.

      Responsibilities:

      • Perform day-to-day bookkeeping tasks such as accounts payable/receivable, invoicing, and bank reconciliations.
      • Maintain accurate records of financial transactions using accounting software
      • Assist in payroll processing and employee expense reimbursements.
      • Manage office supplies inventory and place orders as needed.
      • Coordinate office activities and ensure compliance with company policies.
      • Triage incoming general emails, and process straightforward and web orders..
      • Aid with Sales support activity eg order processing, web shop, marketing collateral collation

      Requirements:

      • Proven experience as an Office Administrator, Office Assistant, or similar role.
      • Solid knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting principles.
      • Proficiency in accounting software and MS Office Suite (particularly Excel and Word).
      • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
      • Strong verbal and written communication abilities.
      • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
      • Skills with apps like Mailchimp would be a bonus

      Benefits:

      • Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
      • Comprehensive health and life insurance benefits package.
      • Collaborative and supportive work environment.
      • Rosebank Rd Location

      How to Apply: 

      Want to apply? Email your CV and cover letter to apply@kelpls.co.nz

      Please indicate "Office Administrator - Bookkeeping" in the subject line.


    • 21 Jun 2024 10:27 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
      • Full-time
      • Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm
      • Avondale location

      Job description

      A position exists for an experienced electrical & electronics service technician to join our Entertainment Lighting Company.

      For over 60 years Kenderdine Entertainment Lighting has been a major NZ sales and rental company supplying the lighting requirements of the theatre, film, television and architectural markets.

      We have provide Sales and Hire to our customers. The workshop supports both these departments and works on external clients’ equipment.

      As part of a small team the work involves:

      • The repair and service of entertainment industry lighting equipment including discharge and LED fittings.
      • The repair and service of electronic control equipment as used in the entertainment industry.
      • The repair and service of portable electrical power distribution equipment as used in the entertainment industry.
      • The repair and service of mechanical systems such as lighting stands.
      • Manufacture of custom electrical power distribution equipment.
      • The commissioning of new equipment for our hire and sales department.

      The work is predominately carried out at our Avondale premises between the hours of 8-30am to 5-00pm, Monday to Friday, but occasional onsite, out of town or out of hours / weekend work may be involved.

      The position is a hands on (90 %) position with supervisory and administration duties (~10%). A willingness to share knowledge with junior staff and supervise the training hours for their qualifications is required.

      Essential Qualifications:

      • Must hold a New Zealand electrical practicing license, which as a minimum, permits repair work to be performed on single and three phase appliances. (Minimum registration = Electrical Service Technician)
      • Proven experience and knowledge in diagnosing and repair of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment, down to a component level.
      • Thorough understanding of the requirements of electrical safety and electrical testing procedures.
      • Good logical and investigative attributes to problem solving.
      • Efficient time management skills.
      • Excellent written and oral English language skills.
      • Reliability, Punctuality and Quality Workmanship are a must.
      • Ability to work under tight deadlines and deal with changing priorities on short notice.
      • Computer literacy.
      • Ability to liaise with other staff, departments and customers in a patient, efficient, appropriate, and courteous manner.
      • Must have a clean and tidy standard of dress and be able to perform the lifting component of the job.

      Preferred, but not essential:

      • Full NZ driver’s license (manual)
      • Entertainment industry experience and knowledge in use and operation of entertainment lighting and control systems
      • Service experience in repair of entertainment lighting fixtures and control systems

      Benefits

      • Health insurance
      • Life insurance
      • Parking

      Want to apply? Email your CV and cover letter to apply@kelpls.co.nz


    • 16 Jun 2024 19:44 | Anonymous

      Te Papa stands proud as an iconic national building housing the treasures of the nation and is a vibrant destination for both national and international visitors. We now also provide AV services to Tākina, Wellington's newest Convention and Exhibition Centre.

      Our Venues team ‘Tākina Events' delivers the event operations, audio-visual, and hospitality across both Te Papa and Tākina, providing world class events in unique locations, and we are looking for professional and motivated people to join our whānau.

      We are seeking casual Audio-visual Technicians to join our truly iconic Aotearoa New Zealand institution.

      AV Technicians operate as part of the wider Technology team and report to the Manager Audio-Visual Event Services. The AV Event Services team delivers high quality technology services to support and deliver events held at Te Papa and Tākina. This includes the set up and technical operation of presentation equipment including audio systems, video and projection systems, theatrical lighting, and conference equipment for corporate and public events.

      Casual AV Technicians will be rostered on an ‘as and when required' basis.

      AV Technicians are expected to have experience in customer focussed delivery of technical services in the event industry. We are seeking a candidate with:-

      • Minimum 5 years' experience working in the AV events industry.
      • Experience professionally managing client expectations for high profile corporate, commercial, and public events.
      • Knowledge and experience in aspects of audio-visual systems, sound systems, projection, related computer technology and other event presentation systems including delivery of hybrid (online) events.
      • Excellent relationship management and communication skills.
      • Available to be rostered for weekends, early mornings, evening and public holidays.

      The hourly rate for this position will be $44.60.

      Applications close on Wednesday 26 June 2024.

      Applicants must have the ability to obtain and maintain the legal right to work in Aotearoa New Zealand.

      Prior to Te Papa confirming any offer of employment, pre-employment checks will be undertaken including criminal conviction history and reference checking as a minimum.

      https://jobs.tepapa.govt.nz/

      Applicants close on the 26th June 2024

    • 2 May 2024 12:39 | Anonymous

      World of WearableArt (WOW) is the world’s leading wearable art experience, and encompasses a renowned international wearable art competition, and Aotearoa’s single largest theatrical production.

      We have an exciting opportunity for a Head Mechanist to join WOW on a fixed term contract basis for the 2024 Show.
      You will need to be on-site in Wellington from Monday 15th July 2024 to Thursday 31st October 2024. Prior to 15th July there will be remote work of up to 40hrs. In total this will be a 17 week fixed term contract.

      These are the requirements of the role:
          •    Using best practice, ensure the safe and efficient operation of all staging, scenic equipment during pack in, performances and pack out. To advise the Technical Manager and the Show Producer of any concerns regarding the safety of all performers and crew
          •    To be responsible for the realisation of all the stage production requirements of the 2024 World of WearableArt Show including the prebuild of the stage and the installation of any scenic elements as required.  
          •    To manage the installation of all scenic elements and staff associated with the required install.
          •    To actively participate in all staging and performance requirements; this may include acting as a fly-man, mechanist, or any other duties as may from time to time be required. 
          •    To manage, with the Technical Manager, the pack in, set up and pack out of both the staging and rehearsal elements of the show.
          •    To manage the safe loading and unloading of any props, scenic elements or staging, ensuring compliance with venue codes and best practice of Health & Safety obligations.
          •    In consultation work with the Technical Manager to decide how much labour is required
          •    Use Vectorworks to plan out the positions of steels decks, revolves, trapdoors, smoke vents.
          •    Quantify the materials required to build the stage and other scenic elements as required.
          •    Produce a schedule of the stage build to be integrated into the master production schedule.
          •    To perform maintenance on the revolves – working with supplier.
          •    Organise the workshop to allow for loading of trucks and/or containers to transport kit from the warehouse to TSB arena.
          •    Build new revolve surrounds to allow for LED strips to be integrated into the stage.
          •    Work with the all the Heads of Department's but especially with the Stage Manager and Head Rigger as required.
          •    To assist during the lighting and sound pack in and out as directed by the Technical Manager.
          •    To ensure that any requests that relate to either Health & Safety issues or have financial implications are promptly brought to the attention of the Show Producer.
          •    To assist the Technical Manager with duties as required.
          •    To manage the crew in their install, rehearsal, and performance tasks, maintaining high standards of safety and performance etiquette.
          •    Anything else that WOW may reasonably require the Contractor to undertake from time to time.

      Ideally applicants will live in New Zealand, and with that have unrestricted rights to work in New Zealand, however WOW will discuss any temporary work visa requirements as applicable with the preferred applicant.
      Travel, Accommodation and PDs will be discussed and offered as required.

      Please send your application letter and CV to james@worldofwearableart.com

      Applications close Friday 17th May 2024.

    • 26 Apr 2024 12:21 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

      Grouse Lighting is an event lighting & rigging production company based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Aotearoa. We are after a warehouse supervisor who can fit into the existing team and take on responsibility for the day-to-day operations of warehouse management with a focus on delivering quality equipment. The ideal candidate would have demonstrable experience in warehouse logistics and organization, with a passion for the theatre and events industry.

      The role would be based primarily at the Grouse Lighting warehouse and be a 9am - 5.30pm role, with some additional weekend work during particularly busy seasons.

      https://www.seek.co.nz/job/75415259

      Requirements:

      • Legal right to work in New Zealand.
      • Full clean class 1, class 2 preferred, driver’s license. With the ability to drive manual vehicles.
      • Ability to lift 25 kg independently.
      • Strong communication skills with other team members, project managers, and other senior management
      • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
      • Organizational skills with an attention to detail and accuracy.
      • Prior demonstrative experience in a warehouse environment.
      • Prior experience within the events industry or adjacent fields.

      Key Job Responsibilities:

      • Integrate with an established warehouse and production team.
      • Monitor and develop warehouse processes to ensure safe, effective storage & distribution.
      • Roster warehouse staff as required to fulfil preparation and return requirements.
      • Set out and maintain workshop related tasks towards increased efficiency and high-quality systems.
      • Ensure the scheduled despatches and returns are met to the highest standard and that items are returned to the shelf as per best practice.
      • Be proactive in ensuring warehouse is kept in a neat and tidy condition at all times.
      • Assist our project managers with upcoming creative shows and the logistics and preproduction for these events.
      • Maintain the inventory of technical and production assets including servicing and PAT Testing.


    • 25 Apr 2024 12:43 | Anonymous

      Are you ready to be a part of something exceptional? Invercargill City Council invites you to become a driving force in our future-focused team. With a vibrant atmosphere and an unwavering commitment to our values—positivity, respect, responsibility, and above and beyond—we're passionate about creating a team full of outstanding individuals who are as passionate about shaping the future as we are.

      Our friendly Venues team are seeking a Facilities Lead.

      Key responsibilities for this role include:

      • Alongside management, work within the financial activities and budgets under your control in accordance with Council guidelines, timelines and delegated responsibilities
      • Be the onsite contact for all contractors ensuring these are scheduled in booking calendars and all contractors are inducted, appropriately supervised when needed
      • Deliver an exceptional level of customer service, treat all customers with respect and dignity, handle complaints with empathy and sincerity, and resolve customer issues to an appropriate resolution
      • Provide a feedback loop to the sales lead to ensure proposals are achievable and suitable for venues
      • Maintain inventory control, rental services and maintenance of non-fixed asset stock
      • Ensure a high standard of venue presentation and cleanliness within council-owned community venues for hire and their grounds by supporting the Client Relations Lead with carrying out necessary cleaning and appropriate maintenance tasks, and completing routine scheduled inspections of the facility, reporting issues for action and follow up for completion

      What you will bring:

      • A qualification or significant experience in facility management, property services or relevant field
      • Experience working with large scale public facilities such as theatres, hospitality, retail or sports facilities
      • Experience with health and safety compliance
      • The ability to read understand and effetely communicate complex technical documents, instructions and plans
      • Full NZ Driver's Licence

      What we offer:

      • Career progression and training/development opportunities
      • Positive focus of employee health and well-being: Workstation assessments, free flu vaccines, EAP services, 50% off eye exams, discounted gym memberships etc
      • Kiwisaver and Superannuation Schemes
      • Access to sick leave from day one of employment
      • Appointment time leave: Up to 2 hours for important appointments eg. Doctor, bank, dentist

      Waihōpai Invercargill is New Zealand's southernmost city and the heart and hub of Southland. We're known for our lush green spaces, like award-winning Queens Park, our long summer daylight hours and our local legend Burt Munro. Our city has character, charm and a laidback atmosphere. There's outstanding nature reserves, Ōreti Beach & the Waihōpai River to explore plus our lively restaurants complimented by a thriving entertainment and arts scene are hard to beat! The sensible gridded layout featuring wide streets ensures a convenient 10-minute drive to work. Who wouldn't want to call this place home!

      For more information please see the full position description or contact the Invercargill City Council on (03) 211 1777. Apply online at www.icc.govt.nz

      Applications close 12 May 2024. Please note applications will be processed as they are received and we encourage you to apply early as this advert may be removed at any time.

      Successful applicants must be legally entitled to live and work in New Zealand. While all applications will be reviewed, first priority will be given to those applicants who are currently residing in New Zealand.

      Reference code 6578885.

    • 25 Apr 2024 12:40 | Anonymous

      Are you ready to be a part of something exceptional? Invercargill City Council invites you to become a driving force in our future-focused team. With a vibrant atmosphere and an unwavering commitment to our values—positivity, respect, responsibility, and above and beyond—we're passionate about creating a team full of outstanding individuals who are as passionate about shaping the future as we are.

      Our friendly Venues team are seeking a Senior Technician.

      Key responsibilities for this role include:

      • Be responsible for the operation and day to day maintenance of all Venues and Event Services systems
      • Ensure the operation of Theatre heating and ventilation systems, as required
      • Ensure all variations to arrangement and settings are completed in a timely manner, accurately and recorded appropriately
      • Ensure the pack in/pack out operation is supervised to prevent accidents and damage
      • Supervise and provide training to staff under your control on correct Venues and Event Services systems, techniques and practices to meet requirements of specific events
      • Effectively liaise with contractors, suppliers, show/tour managers and Council staff

      What you will bring:

      • Current registration as an Electrical Service Technician
      • First Aid Certificate
      • Experience in the maintenance/operation of lighting, heating and ventilation systems
      • Has a high level of experience and skills in the areas of audio and lighting
      • Experience in entertainment events or theatre operations
      • Ability to identify how users' requirements can be met within technical and physical constraints

      What we offer:

      • Career progression and training/development opportunities
      • Positive focus of employee health and well-being: Workstation assessments, free flu vaccines, EAP services, 50% off eye exams, discounted gym memberships etc
      • Kiwisaver and Superannuation Schemes
      • Access to sick leave from day one of employment
      • Appointment time leave: Up to 2 hours for important appointments eg. Doctor, bank, dentist

      Waihōpai Invercargill is New Zealand's southernmost city and the heart and hub of Southland. We're known for our lush green spaces, like award-winning Queens Park, our long summer daylight hours and our local legend Burt Munro. Our city has character, charm and a laidback atmosphere. There's outstanding nature reserves, Ōreti Beach & the Waihōpai River to explore plus our lively restaurants complimented by a thriving entertainment and arts scene are hard to beat! The sensible gridded layout featuring wide streets ensures a convenient 10-minute drive to work. Who wouldn't want to call this place home!

      For more information please see the full position description or contact the Invercargill City Council on (03) 211 1777.

      Apply online at www.icc.govt.nz

      Applications close 12 May 2024. Please note applications will be processed as they are received and we encourage you to apply early as this advert may be removed at any time.

      Reference code 6578774.

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