Technical Officer (Music)
TECHNICAL OFFICER (MUSIC)
Technical Officers in the College provide technical support for teaching and learning primarily by inducting and guiding students and other approved users within/across Programmes/Faculties in the appropriate and safe use of equipment/materials/facilities, which are within their technical knowledge. Technical Officers are required to develop and update, in consultation with the Head of School, Dean, relevant Programme Leader(s) and the Director of Facilities, the SOPs on the appropriate and safe use of equipment/materials/facilities to support teaching and learning.
As Technical Officer (Music), you will primarily provide technical and operational support for teaching and learning in all music programmes in the School of Contemporary Music. Your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:
- Take responsibility for all music instruments and music/sound equipment in the Faculty of Performing Arts
- Be the custodian of music/sound equipment/instruments and to ensure all equipment are securely stored, well-maintained and inventory listings are updated
- Implement management systems for booking and returns of music equipment
- Undertake procurement and repair of instruments/sound equipment, and replacement of consumables (including source and obtain quotes, liaise with contractors and external vendors)
- Track and monitor booking of practice rooms, ensemble rooms and other spaces required by Music students
- Provide technical and logistics support for music performances, concerts and College events, in particular support the weekly Lunchtime Music Concerts
- Assist the School of Contemporary Music to coordinate concert and performance activities (including liaison with the Production Manager, and with external professional production personnel and musicians)
- Assist the School of Contemporary Music with the documentation (video/photography) of music concerts, and coordination of the documentation of assessments
- Provide technical and operational support for Faculty/College events and exhibitions, as and when required, both within and outside of campus.
- Ensure all teaching staff and students follow health and safety procedures in rehearsals and performances
- Expected to work on staggered work hours when required.
- Bachelor Degree in Music or Sound Production or other relevant field with 2 years and above of work experience in the music industry
- Diploma holder with 5 years of relevant experience may apply.
- Good knowledge of musical instruments/equipment, PA and amplification
- Familiar with maintenance of musical instruments/equipment
- Broad technical skills in the areas relating to music technology and music performances
- Good organisational skills and able to multi-task effectively
- Good interpersonal, spoken and written communication skills.
- Ability to work well as a member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels.
- Good customer service skills and able to embrace a student-centric service culture.
- Possess valid occupational first aid certificate.
- Good knowledge of Workplace Safety and Health Act and other work-related regulations or legislations.
- Knowledge of policies and procedures on procurement and budgeting.
- Proficient in MS Words, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint and other appropriate software
- Familiar in operating with Mac platforms.
Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: [Click Here to Email Your Resume] before closing date 19th February 2021 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:
Director & Chief Human Resource Officer
Division of Human Resources & Organisation Development
LASALLE College of the Arts
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940
More information on the College can be found at www.lasalle.edu.sg
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
LASALLE College of the Arts