ACE Board Seeks Production Chair

ACE Board is accepting applications for a Production Chair. Application deadline has been extended until Wednesday, October 24 at 3 p.m.


ACE Board's four chairs lead ACE Board in its objective to develop and support large-scale, fun activities that engage the student body, including dances, live concerts, touring performers, movies, lectures, artistic and cultural entertainment. ACE Board has an opening for a Production Chair.

The Production Chair coordinates the sound and lighting aspects of ACE Board productions and manages an expensive, Student Senate-owned inventory of sound, lighting, and other event equipment. Ideal candidates have prior experience operating required sound equipment and interpersonal skills to lead a technical set-up and take-down crew. The production chair also plans production details in advance of events with bands and performers.

To apply:
E-mail to studentactivities@pacificu.edu by 3 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24, with answers to the following questions. Please keep your application under two pages total.

  1. What interests you about this position?
  2. What goals—for the benefit of other students—would you want to achieve in this position, and what experience do you have to achieve those goals?
  3. Describe a time that you communicated in a manner that did ONE of the following: built a feeling of team; inspired others to help or work harder; avoided confusion and facilitated organization; reduced frustration or hostility; or, helped others learn something quickly or easily.

A full job descriptions for the position is available at http://vault.pacificu.edu/departments/Student%20Life/SAM/public/Production_Chair.pdf. Candidates are strongly encouraged to review the description prior to applying. The position is paid a stipend of $220/month.


Posted by Student Activities (studentactivities@pacificu.edu) on Oct 12, 2012 at 10:46 AM

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