Scenic Carpenter


Full Time
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm. On-site event installation work during weekends, as necessary
Paid Vacation
Paid Sick/Personal Time Off
Eligible for Health, Dental & Vision Benefits, STD, LTD, Life Insurance, FSA, 401k and Cell Phone reimbursement Reports to: Technical Director
Direct Reports: None
Must furnish own hand tools

The Scenic Carpenter works in the Woodshop and is responsible for constructing and repairing props and structures used for the company’s events. The employee also provides general carpentry support with various shop projects and related tasks.



1. Pleasant, confidant, and professional demeanor in interactions with colleagues & clients.
2. Scenic Carpenter. Grade 9 Carpenter. Apprentice Cabinet Maker.
3. Fit and finish skills.
4. Excellent organization & safety skills.
5. Punctual. Able to work with minimum supervision and multi-task.
6. Able to speak, read, and write in English.
7. Able to lift to 75 lbs. and be on one’s feet for lengthy periods of time.

Responsibilities / Requirements:

1. Build and repair props and structures as needed
2. Keep the work area clean & organized
3. Use safety precautions during all work
4. Theater mindset for builds = temporary use of structures
5. On-site work / Install team to include:
– Stage flats
– Assemble / level platforming
– Assemble pieces built in woodshop – Erect temporary ‘gazebo-like’ structures

Required Use of Tools:

Various saws, including table saw
Tape Measure
Hand Plane
Staple Gun

Additional Responsibilities and/or Skills (not required):

1. Rigging
2. Ability to drive a 26’ box truck – requires a C-Class driver’s license


The above-noted job responsibilities/requirements are not intended to describe, in detail, the many tasks that may be assigned but rather give the associate a general sense of the responsibilities and expectations of his/her position. As the nature of business changes, so may the essential functions of this position.