▸ Live Video Engineer (m/w/d)
A trades specialist in the field of video technology. The applicant will traditionally master at least classic video technology for local mixes and presentations.
▸ Live Sound Engineer (m/w/d)
This position should have the necessary technical know-how to meet all of the customer’s requirements in the field of sound engineering and to train the local staff technically and disciplinarily.
▸ Allround Event Engineer (m/w/d)
The Allrounder is independently responsible for smaller productions, on which only one or two technicians are used and no explicit trade specialization is necessary.
▸ Project Manager/Planner (m/w/d)
Ideally, the project manager should be trained as a specialist in event technology, preferably with a master’s degree. This position requires good experience and skills as an event technician, especially in video/hybrid technology.
▸ Office Management (m/w/d)
The Office Manager works independently and supports the company’s processes from reception to secretarial and accounting. His concrete tasks are usually in the areas of telephony, reception, office materials, archiving, accounting and the preparation of meetings.
▸ Warehouse Worker (m/w/d)
A warehouse worker does not need any specialist knowledge. His motivation to work quickly and cleanly must be all the higher. Flexibility and reliability are the highest requirements.
▸ Controller/Compliance Officer
The Compliance Manager ensures that internal guidelines, rules of conduct and work rules are adhered to. These include grooming, occupational safety, working time management and performance rules.
▸ Trainee: Event Engineering
In the first year, training to become an event technician covers the basics of working, warehouse logistics, and office work. In the second year, basics in all areas of event technology are created.