Traveling Stage and Production Rigging Manager (Royal Caribbean International)
Posted on: May 6, 2021
At Royal Caribbean International, we believe that great
vacations begin with great employees! As a leader in the cruise
line industry, RCI is continuously expanding and seeking dynamic,
energetic, experienced professionals to join our team. With our
innovative, award-winning fleet of ships visiting five continents,
each offering adventurous ways to explore the globe, this is a
great opportunity to let your career set sail.
We are currently searching for a Traveling Stage and Production
Rigging Manager to join our team. The emphasis of this position is
to ensure that the Rigging Specialists, Stage & Production
Managers, A/V managers and electricians are conducting all work,
repairs, maintenance and inspections on the stage rigging systems
and equipment in accordance with policies, with an emphasis on
safety. Potential candidates must be ETCP Certified, and have at
least four years of related theater or entertainment experience.
More than 40,000 people have already selected Royal Caribbean
International to be their employer and so should you!
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
* Ensure that the Rigging Specialists, Stage & Production Managers,
A/V managers and electricians are conducting all work, repairs,
maintenance and inspections on the stage rigging systems and
equipment in accordance with SQM policy, with an emphasis on safe
* Ensure that each of the ships in the Royal Caribbean and
Celebrity brands is submitting required rigging reports on a
regular and timely basis and as outlined by company policy.
* Schedule third party rigging vendors to go onboard each ship as
required to offer training, support or to conduct inspections.
Liaise with travel coordinator to ensure all flights, travel,
boarding requests and cabins are arranged as necessary. This
includes annual rigging system inspections, flame retardancy
inspections and treatment, and inspections of all lifting devices
such as those manufactured by Genie Industries and Leguan.
* Ensure that rigging training records are up to date, and that
training sessions are scheduled and conducted as required.
* Assist shoreside team with incident/accident and injury
investigation, resolution of incident reports and audit
* Ensure that policies regarding stage rigging equipment and their
operation are as accurate and up to date as possible, and suggests
rigging related policies that may need to be created or updated as
necessary to ensure the safety of our crew, staff and guests.
* Following each visit by this traveling position, a final report
will be completed and sent to the shoreside support team, detailing
the work that was carried out while onboard, any follow up which
may be needed, as well as observations of the ship and the
entertainment technical staff.
* Shipboard employees will be required to perform any other
job-related duties assigned by their supervisor or management.
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