Gig Archive

Posted: 11/17/13

TC Furlong is looking for a hard-working and dependable audio technician interested in learning and developing their skills at a high level.

This is a full-time, year-round position in our busy shop and rental office located in
the northern suburbs of Chicago (Libertyville / Vernon Hills area). We offer good benefits including paid time off as well as contributions to 401k and group health plans. This is an hourly position (with potential for OT). Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

TC Furlong is a well-established live sound company with an excellent reputation for quality, ethics and service. We specialize in sound reinforcement gear rentals, live events, equipment sales, technical labor, and professional services. You would be part of a small team that values quality, service, learning and flexibility and where your input and opinion matter.

Typical duties include:

Shop Operations: prep and return rental equipment orders; drive company vehicles on local deliveries; load/unload trucks; test and maintain equipment; shipping / receiving and general warehousing; system set-up and other live-event crew calls; other related duties as required.

Client Services: serve as a member of our rental team with extensive client interaction and communications; assist clients with design solutions; manage projects and logistics; train clients in use of equipment.

The ideal candidate will have: experience with and significant interest in sound reinforcement equipment; curiosity and proven ability to learn and master complex subjects; extremely high level of attention to detail; strong communication skills; excellent work record demonstrating stability, flexibility and customer service; ability to work variable hours (including occasional evenings, early mornings, weekends and holidays); valid Illinois Driver’s License with clean driving record; non-smoker; strength, agility, and stamina to work with heavy equipment; live within 20 miles of our shop.

Send PDF of cover letter, resume, and recent compensation history to Deadline is December 13, 2013
Additional information about our company is available at

Posted: 08/26/10
Postion: AV Production Lead
Massachusetts Convention Center

Hynes Memorial Convention Center
Boston Convention Center and Exhibition Center

The Massachusetts Convention Center is seeking an AV Production Lead that will be responsible for overseeing the Audio Visual needs for both the Hynes Memorial Convention Center and the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Duties of the position include but are not limited to the following: Works with clients and vendors (both preferred in-house vendors and incoming client vendors) to define client expectations relating to AV service delivery and to ensure client satisfaction. Acts as primary point of contact for external AV vendors, providing pre-show guidance and oversight of show execution. Produces progress reports as necessary on all developing projects or potential issues. Develops post-event reports regarding AV services delivered to the client as well as any issues associated with AV service delivery. Maintains approved AV contractor compliance program and associated documentation. Interfaces with local and national broadcasting affiliates as needed on a per show basis. Facilitates AV requests (i.e. projector, screen, etc.) for all internal MCCA and contractor meetings.

Bachelors Degree and 3-5 years experience in technology/computer science, technical theatre, or broadcasting is required. Job related experience and certification may be substituted for requirements. Knowledge of VLAN architecture and TCP/IP networking is required. Experience with satellite and microwave (Ku) uplink & downlink requirements as well as fiber optic based audio/video/data transmissions are all also necessary. Individual must be able to work flexible hours including weekends, evenings, and holidays as well as be on-call 24×7 for potential show support.

Individual must be a self-starter, highly motivated and possess strong interpersonal skills. The individual must have the ability to solve problems in nonstandard and innovative ways. He/she must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to interface with and motivate associates at all levels. The individual must be able to work independently, have strong organizational and computer skills, and be flexible in a team-oriented environment.

Forward resume and cover letter to or you may submit a copy of your resume and cover letter to

Director of Human Resources
Boston Convention
Exhibition Center
Administrative Offices
415 Summer Street
Boston MA 02210

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) is a Massachusetts Public Authority that owns and operates The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, The John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, The Boston Common Garage and The Mass Mutual Center in Springfield.

Our Mission is to generate significant regional economic activity by attracting conven tions, tradeshows, and other events to our world-class facilities while maximizing the investment return for the residents and businesses in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This is accomplished by a knowledgeable and dedicated staff committed to providing superior customer service through strategic partnerships and continuing refinement of marketing and sales efforts and business practices.

Posted: 08/17/10

Postion: Various
Location: IK Multimedia

IK Multimedia has many openings for those with SRT expertise.

Posted: 07/15/10

Postion: Visiting Faculty – Music Business
Full Time, Benefited, Non-Tenure Track
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Location: Lowell, MA

Deadline: Open until filled, review begins 07/28/10

Teaching role with both a breadth of knowledge and a significant level of accomplishment in some focused aspect of the music industry, including, but not restricted to any of the following areas: concert promotion, entrepreneurship, publication and copyright, marketing and merchandising, record distribution, new media, and arts administration. Also teach within secondary area (s).

Share responsibility with the Music Business coordinator for executing the normal faculty duties of teaching in the Music Business program with the supervision of student internships, advising, and performing University service activities.

Appointment is for one year and is contingent upon funding. A search for a full-time tenure track faculty position in Music Business is expected to be announced in the Fall of 2010; the person holding the visiting position will be eligible to apply.



Demonstrated experience in the music industry
Master’s degree with significant professional experience


Doctorate or terminal degree in a related field
Successful record of teaching experience at the university level
Ability to teach in at least one secondary area (such as performance applied, ensembles, music theory, aural skills, music education, audio engineering).

Apply Here
Search Jobs for “Department = Music” or use
Job Reference Number 0080241
prepared with
Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Teaching Interest
Names and contact information of three references

Posted: 07/07/10
Postion: Lecturer – Music Performance
Full Time, Benefited, Non-Tenure Track
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Location: Lowell, MA

Deadline: Open until filled, review begins 07/21/10

Responsibilities include:
- Teaching within and coordinating the performance area as well as secondary area(s).
- Coordinating and scheduling recital hour performances and the highly successful Music on the Merrimack series.
- Student Advising.
This is a non-tenure track faculty position. It is a renewable position with full-time salary, benefits, and the possibility of promotion to Senior Lecturer after six years.



Master’s degree in Music
Demonstrated experience as a professional performer


Doctorate (or ABD) in Music
Successful record of teaching experience at the university level
Ability to teach in at least one secondary area (such as ensembles, theory, aural skills, keyboarding, music education, audio engineering)
Experience in leadership, administration, or area coordination roles

Apply Here
Search Jobs for “Department = Music” or use
Job Reference Number 0080225
prepared with
Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae
Teaching Interest
Teaching Statement
Names and contact information of three references

Posted: 07/12/10
Postion: Department Assistant – Music
Full Time, Benefited
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Location: Lowell, MA

Deadline: Open until filled, review begins 07/21/10

Responsibilities include:

1. Provide administrative support to Department by: Analyzing budgets. Preparing financial reports for department. Preparing budget requests for Dept. Chair and faculty. Answering phones, taking messages, directing visitors, scheduling tours. Participating in maintenance of records held in PeopleSoft, including Human Resources, Time & Labor, Financials, Purchasing, and Student Administration. Assisting in planning and implementing Department gatherings and functions. Assisting with preparation of reports for Department programs such as for financial, demographic, inventory and accreditation purposes. Composing letters, reviewing and editing documents for completeness and content. Supporting departmental faculty searches and preparation of contracts. Exchanging information with other departments to coordinate efforts, and obtain information concerning programs and activities. As required, assisting Department Chair in the preparation and management of graduation lists to be submitted to the College. Typing and editing materials as requested.

2. Provide logistical support to the Department Chair by: Establishing and maintaining key control system, staff mailboxes, etc. Monitoring attendance and communicating necessary information to Payroll. Taking minutes of departmental meetings as required. Entering requisitions and timesheets into PeopleSoft. Establishing files and archiving information for future reference. Maintaining official records for the department. Maintaining student records in ISIS. Maintaining office supply inventories and ordering supplies as needed. Overseeing department equipment operation and service as necessary. Evaluating and overseeing the purchase or lease of equipment, supplies, and services. Assisting in the assignment of faculty office space.

3. Oversee student employees by: Preparing job descriptions for available positions. Recruiting and training student workers. Monitoring workflow of student workers. Overseeing work-study student schedules and timesheets, including payroll submission.

4. Promote the University’s commitment to customer service by: Ensuring optimum customer service in response to all requests for service and information. Maintaining an environment that is welcoming.



3 years previous office experience, preferably in higher education setting
Associates degree
Ability to lift/carry 25lbs


Demonstrated knowledge of web page software
Experience with PeopleSoft
Knowledge of Filemaker and Publisher software
Demonstrated competency with computer software, including the Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel, Word, Access, and PowerPoint
Effective communication skills, both written and oral
Music degree or strong/broad music background

Posted: 07/14/10
Postion: IT Manager at Audio Post Studio
Boston, MA
Please fax resumes to 617-303-7555 or
e-mail Amy Blankenship

IT Duties include managing:
Unix-based email server (Squirrelmail) or Apple Mail Service
Firewall Management (QoS, Proxy, NAT, VPN)
Mac OSX Servers (file sharing, web hosting, LDAP)
Windows 2008 Servers
Windows NT Terminal Server
PC and Mac Hardware maintenance
FTP maintenance and configuration
Filemaker development
Networked devices (printers, switches, etc.)
Overseeing scheduled backups
Soundminer and Music Database maintenance

Pro Tools Skills should include
Deep understanding on how audio software works
Pro Tools and DAW Troubleshooting skills
Knowledge of plugins ( TDM, RTAS, AU)
Configuration of Digidesign / Avid Hardware
Computer optimization for Audio Workstations
People skills

Light Web Design/ Development experience are a plus:
Flash integration
Keeping track of site backups

Posted: 03/30/10
Postion: Entry Level Engineer
Design & Integration, Inc.
Location: Baltimore, MD

Design & Integration is a growing audiovisual contracting company located in Baltimore. We specialize in high-end commercial A/V system sales and installations. We provide employees with exciting career opportunities that are only limited by their own capabilities and skills. Everyone is given the opportunity to succeed. Currently we are seeking a motivated Entry Level Engineer with a bachelor’s degree related to audio and video to join our winning team.

This is an ideal position for recent graduates. The selected candidate will have the chance to work along side of our Head Engineer and President. Responsibilities include the creation of CAD shop drawings and testing A/V systems, while also gaining the experience of preparing proposals and system designs. Opportunities for advancement include project engineering, project management, and system programming.


Putting together proposals based on consultant drawings
New system Design
Auto CAD Drafting
Testing of completed systems
Client Training
System Troubleshooting

Posted: 03/30/10
Postion: Engineering Product Specification Intern
Harman International
Location: Northridge, CA

SRT students are encouraged to apply. While the job description requests candidates be pursuing an engineering degree, SRT has proven to be acceptable as we have alumni working in similar and more senior positions.

Essential Responsibilities:

Auditing of marketing requirements for consumer electronics
Creation of engineering specifications
Financial data entry and management
Organization and reporting of large amounts of engineering data

Posted: 03/24/10
Postion: Audio Production Faculty
Location: Art Institute, Houston, TX

Full-time faculty position in Audio Production, with the possibility of appointment immediately. We are looking for someone with academic credentials in audio/music (preferably with teaching experience) — a masters degree in a relevant field is required — plus actual in-the-field audio recording experience. We have a Walters-Storyk designed studio and SSL Duality console with Protools, high quality microphones and commensurate outboard gear. Potential candidates with queries should write to me at Full details and application forms can be accessed here.

To get to the actual posting, use Audio Production as a keyword and
choose the following in the bottom two boxes:

Location: Houston, TX

Posted: 02/04/10
Postion: Music Instructor, Recording Arts
Location: Mira Costa College, CA

Posted: 01/27/10
Postion: Audio Engineering Instructor / Chief Engineer
Location: Spokane Falls Community College, Spokane, WA

Review begins date February 12, 2010

The Spokane Falls Community College Music, Drama & Recording Arts Department seeks qualified applicants for the full-time, tenure-track position of Instructor of Audio Engineering, Chief Engineer. This position serves as the Chief Engineer in SFCC’s 2-year career-technical Audio Engineering Program. The Chief Engineer is responsible for the second-year curriculum and must possess education, expertise and experience in studio recording, live sound, and audio software (emphasis on Pro Tools). As necessary, this position may also be required to serve as Program Coordinator, exercising responsibility over the entire effort, including, but not limited to the following: advising students through the program using SFCC support tools (Degree Audit, Ed Planner etc.); recruiting for, serving on, and managing agendas for the Audio Engineering Advisory Board; developing, coordinating and maintaining internship opportunities for students in the community; maintaining SFCC’s Sponsored School status with Digidesign (ensuring equipment and curriculum meet industry standards as required by Digidesign, maintaining necessary contacts, and advising and supporting administration in negotiation and fulfillment of agreement); ensuring industry standard equipment and curriculum throughout the entire program, continually assessing and recommending adjustments, modifications and/or upgrades; in collaboration with colleagues, staff and administration, developing and implementing the program’s strategic plan; overseeing ongoing assessment and improvement of the program.

A complete application consists of the following numbered items:

1. an official application
2. a cover letter addressing your qualifications as applied to the responsibilities of this position
3. a comprehensive resume
4. a 1-page statement of the mission of the community college and the place of audio engineering in relation to that mission
5. a 1-page statement of the place of audio engineering in relation to an academic, transfer-oriented music department
6. names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references
7. college transcript(s) – copies of transcripts are acceptable for initial application, official copies must be submitted when candidate becomes a finalist

Must request official application (resumes will not substitute for official application) by contacting the

Human Resources Office
Community Colleges of Spokane
501 N. Riverpoint Blvd.
MS 1004
P. O. Box 6000
Spokane WA 99217-6000
or visit our website.
Phone: (509) 434-5040; for 24 hr. employment and job status line (509) 434-5050.

Person(s) with a disability may request special accommodations for receiving and completing the application process to include; materials in large print, audio tapes explaining application information, interpreters for the hearing impaired, or special interview arrangements. Requests for these services may be made on an individual basis by calling (509) 434-5040.

Applications will be accepted until this position is filled. However, the screening committee for this position will begin reviewing applications on February 12, 2010. Applications are encouraged prior to that time to ensure consideration.

All application materials submitted become property of the Community Colleges of Spokane. Personal copies need to be made prior to submitting application materials to the Human Resources Office. The Human Resources Office does not provide copying services.

* Prepares for and instructs, through traditional classroom and distance education modes, classes in the discipline of Audio Engineering; Examples of the types of courses typically assigned include: Digital Audio (complete sequence), Audio Engineering, and System Setup and maintenance; additional courses possibly assigned include, Film Scoring, Introduction to Recording, and Live Sound. Assighments may be at off-campus centers and may also include evening and/or weekend classes.
* Provides availability and accessibility to students for purpose of academic consulting and support, in a manner appropriate to meet student needs, through a combination of scheduled office hours, e-mail accessibility or other effective means of responsive and timely communication;
* Communicates expectations and establishes clear grading criteria through appropriate instructional means, to include but not limited to developing course syllabi, handouts, and materials supporting the instructional process; evaluates student progress and provides clear, timely feedback;
* Participates in district, division, department, or general faculty meetings; in-service training; curriculum development; academic consulting; workshops or seminars; service on district or college councils or committees, or other activities within the scope of the position;
* Complies with state and federal law applicable to professional duties and responsibilities; Follows established procedures in areas such as printing, turning in grades, bookstore orders, office support, student financial aid requirements, safety and health issues and related administrative processes;
* As necessary, serves as Program Coordinator
* In addition, faculty may:
- Instruct courses in related disciplines based upon individual qualifications and expertise. Of particular interest are history of audio/sound/audio engineering, intercultural perceptions of audio, intercultural applications of audio engineering.
- Supervise paraprofessional employees or direct the work of assigned work-study students.
- Advise student clubs or associations.
- Serve on department, college or division committees and task forces.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (Minimum Qualifications)
1. An earned Bachelor’s degree in Audio Engineering, or related field, from an accredited institution with emphasis and concentration in the teaching areas outlined above.
2. Three years professional experience as an audio/sound engineer.
3. Previous experience equivalent to one full academic year of teaching.
4. Acceptance of the responsibility to promote the welfare and best interests of students at all times.
5. Acceptance of and willingness to support the role that community colleges serve in higher education, and specifically the mission, values, goals and objectives of the Community Colleges of Spokane.
6. Ability to perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations and goals of the institution and the community/technical college system.
7. A demonstrated understanding of and value for the contributions that a diverse workforce can make to the success of both the organization and the students we serve.

PREFERRED COMPETENCIES (Desirable Qualifications)
1. Master’s degree in Audio Engineering or related field from an accredited institution with emphasis and concentration in the teaching areas outlined above.
2. Career technical certification.
3. Experience with the operations of a career-technical program (curriculum, resource allocation and planning, strategic planning and student support services).
4. Community college teaching experience.
5. Significant professional experience in studio recording.

This is a full-time, tenure track position with an annual beginning salary of $44,730 – $46,067 for a 175-day contract. (Advancement opportunities exist, based upon professional development performed during course of employment and seniority, to maximum of $69,433). Total compensation: $57,652 – $59,109. Total compensation is an estimate based upon base salary, current CCS benefit contribution rates and median retirement contributions. The actual total will vary depending upon each employee’s enrollment specifics.

In addition, tenure track faculty have access to the following forms of supplemental compensation, consistent with the provisions of the current collective bargaining agreement between CCS and the Association for Higher Education (AHE) – subject to change through the collective bargaining process: elected department chair stipend ($1,500 to $10,300 annually, dependent upon size of department), club advising stipend ($160 to $1,445 dependent upon activities advised), supplemental (i.e. “moonlighting”) instructional contracts (average of $2,901 per quarter/per assignment and dependent upon workload category), special project stipend (up to $2,000 annually), and summer school assignment ($11,182 to $12,853 for a 100% load and dependent upon salary step placement).

CCS reserves the right to cancel this recruitment without notice. Academic employees are represented by the Association of Higher Education (AHE), which is affiliated with NEA and WEA. AHE membership or payment of representation fee is required. Anticipated date of employment is September 15, 2010.

Person hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of U.S. Citizenship or lawful authorization to work in the U.S. This is an absolute condition of employment. In addition, CCS maintains a drug free work and learning environment and prohibits smoking in all college buildings and state-owned vehicles. CCS employees must be able to successfully work in and promote a multicultural and diverse work and educational environment. Requires Criminal background check. If using personal vehicle for travel, proof of driver’s license and car insurance required.

Posted: 01/04/10
Postion: Clinical Assistant Professor of Music
Location: Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN

Posted: 11/17/09
Position: Assistant Professor – Music
Kent State University
Location:Stark Campus, North Canton, OH

Qualifications: A minimum of a Master’s degree in Music Technology is required; a Doctorate in Music is preferred or clearance for graduation with the doctorate by the position start date is required.

Teaching load consists of 12 credit hours per semester in addition to scholarly work and service commensurate with tenure requirements. Specific teaching responsibilities include undergraduate courses in Music Tech (sequencing, MIDI, Audio Recording, Music Production, and other areas) and applied instruction. Additional teaching responsibilities may include other courses in the candidates’ area of expertise. Associated duties include recruiting and advising in Music Tech and Instrumental Music.

Application Deadline: January 15, 2010 (open until filled)

For a complete description of this position and to apply online, visit our jobsite at:

and complete an academic data form and attach a letter of interest detailing qualifications, and curriculum vitae. In addition, please submit transcripts, and three (3) letters of reference to:

Dean’s Office
Kent State University at Stark
6000 Frank Avenue NW
North Canton, OH 44720

All documents submitted to Kent State University for employment opportunities are public records and subject to disclosure under the Ohio Public Records Law. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer To view other opportunites, visit:

Posted: 10/22/09

Position: School of Visual and Performing Arts Department of Music Assistant Professor – Tenure Track Music Theory, Music Industry (Music Technology/Audio Recording) for Academic Year 2010-11

Location: Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

Western Connecticut State University is pleased to announce that, contingent upon available funding, applications for a new tenure-track position are currently being accepted. The successful candidate will teach courses in Music Theory, Sight-Singing/Ear Training and Music Industry (Music Technology/Audio Recording); coordinate audio recording within the department, teach additional courses in the Department of Music according to candidate’s expertise; advise students; and maintain a professional career, appropriate to the discipline(s)

Qualifications: Doctorate or ABD in Music Theory required. Minimum of two years teaching experience in the areas of Music Theory and/or Music Industry at the college level is required. The successful candidate must demonstrate professional level experience and expertise in the area of music technology and audio recording. As WestConn is a dynamic, diverse workplace, the proven ability to work effectively with people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures is highly valued, and excellent written and oral communication skills are required.

Salary and Benefits: WestConn offers competitive salaries commensurate with candidates’ experience and a comprehensive benefit package. There are grant opportunities to support research and conference attendance. Additional information can be found on our website.

Application Materials: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, the names and contact information of three references to: Reference search #600-008 in the subject line. Do not send recordings or other supporting materials at this time. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by Friday, November 20, 2009. Screening will begin November 23, 2009 and continue until the position is filled.

WestConn, a Comprehensive II institution of 6000 students located in the rolling hills of southwestern Connecticut, 60 miles north of New York City, offers degrees at the Bachelor and Master’s level, and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. The Department of Music ( is a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music with twelve full-time and thirty part-time faculty supporting 240 majors in five degree programs: BA in Music, BS in Music Education, BM in Performance, BM in Jazz Studies, and a MS in Music Education. A new Visual and Performing Arts Instructional Center, located on the Westside Campus, is currently in the schematic design phase and is slated for completion in 2013.

Western is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Educator/Employer