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Lead Technical Producer

申請 稍後繼續申請 Job ID 10032835 職位地點 格倫代爾, 加利福尼亚州, 美國 有意工作的公司 Disney Parks, Experiences and Products 張貼日期 2023/01/25


Department: DPEP Creative Services: Video Services - Event Technical Productions
Location: Glendale, Ca.
Reports to: Manager, Technical Production

JOB TITLE: Lead Technical Producer

Job Objective:

This position is accountable for the end-to-end leadership and execution of all technical, audio & visual aspects of live, virtual and hybrid event production, from concept and development through execution, designed to strategically drive business results for Disney Parks, Experiences & Consumer Products. This role is responsible for overseeing all west-coast technical production staff and events while performing a lead technical producer role as needed for certain high-profile events.

General description:

The ideal Lead Technical Producer is an expert in their field, and a positive, skilled and strong leader of the Technical Production team for a very high volume of events, ensuring all aspects of live production success. This role is part of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, a segment of the Walt Disney Company that will not only support various DPEP Segment programs but also many key business driving initiatives in partnership with internal partners across the enterprise.


  • Accountable for technical/audio/video leadership for live, virtual and hybrid event production for consumer, business-to-business and internal events, including large-scale showcases, live media launches, consumer activations and more.

  • Lead the west-coast Technical Production team in terms of short/long-term team planning, staffing against projects, appropriate budgeting of events and equipment, and general oversight and responsibility of the team’s workflow, day-to-day task achievement and success.

  • The Lead Technical Producer is the expert in Technical Production, highly skilled and knowledgeable in physical and virtual event platforms and execution, lighting and audio for stage, audio application, technical event logistics, set concept and stage management/design, budget/timeline creation, show flow, equipment, space/setup logistics, vendor hiring, permitting, rigging, management and any other relevant AV needs.

  • Strategize and succinctly communicate most effective Technical Production plans to senior leadership for buy-in, ensuring business goals are met within budget and timeline.

  • The Manager, Technical Production will be the expert in leading a team member to, or consulting with and working alongside Special Events Managers, clients and stakeholders and charged with creating the technical vision of the event, as well as develop and design all the technical aspects of the show.

  • The Manager, Technical Production will supervise the Technical Production team, third party technicians, vendors, stagehands and other technical teams, where applicable.

  • Review and assess incoming request inquiries from CPGP and Segment partners, identifying best way forward with planning, staffing and associated costs.

  • Drive Technical Production support and act as primary point of contact for senior-level executives such as the DPEP Chairman and CPGP President, and their staff for events such as global EBUs and keynote presentations.  

  • Research, contract and direct best-in-class vendors, technology partners and platforms to ensure The Walt Disney Company is ahead of the curve with in-person and virtual event technology trends.

  • Creative thinker, solution driven, stays current with industry technology and trends, can speak the geek (translate complex technology into layman’s terms) and flexibility to support the greater Creative Services organization.

  • Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely with all levels of management and have good executive presence.

Additional Skills:

  • Strong understanding of lighting, cinematography and video production.

  • Skilled leader and excellent communicator.

  • Able to work with top leadership as well as internal and external teams to achieve the highest degree of show production value at the required budgeted costs.

  • Able to lead a team and work within a collaborative environment.

  • Able to develop strong and trusting partnerships with all levels of the organization including DPEP & CPGP leaders, CPGP Special Events, as well as other internal and external partners/vendors.

  • Able to be a self-starter and work independently, flexible, adaptable to change.

  • High level of organizational skills necessary to balance multiple projects with short and long timelines and cycles.

  • Affinity for the Disney brand.

  • Contracting and managing suppliers/vendors - vendor RFPs, working with Sourcing, if required

  • Manages inventory of technical assets, keeps abreast of fast-changing and emerging technology and recommends technical equipment investments through ROI and other justifications.


  • A proven and successful leader accountable for leading a team who supports a very high volume of events; varied in size, scope and complexity.

  • BA or equivalent in Theater Tech, Video Production and Engineering, Audio Design and Editing as well as a strong background in production management. MBA is a plus.

  • Experience managing internal staff members, event staff and vendors.

  • Extremely self-directed individual who is comfortable with a significant level of prioritization, decision-making and discretion.

  • Must have core knowledge and experience in theatrical technologies and the disciplines of stagecraft.

  • Minimum of 8-10+ years of experience with management of major shows and events, conventions and large corporate conferences.

  • Must have very strong communications skills (both written and verbal)

  • Strong organization skills.

  • Strong personal presence and an understanding of how to work with executives, partners and colleagues.

  • Ability to work flexible work hours, including nights and weekends

  • Ability to lift 50lbs, and on occasion work at heights and in tight places

  • Flexibility for travel.

  • Disney experience a plus.

The hiring range for this position in California is $101,926 to $136,730 per year. The base pay actually offered will take into account internal equity and also may vary depending on the candidate’s geographic region, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience among other factors. A bonus and/or long-term incentive units may be provided as part of the compensation package, in addition to the full range of medical, financial, and/or other benefits, dependent on the level and position offered. 

關於 Disney Parks, Experiences and Products:

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products 是公司全球業務的樞紐,透過主題樂園、度假村、郵輪和度假體驗以及消費品,包括玩具、服裝、書籍以至電玩遊戲等的各種消費品,將迪士尼的故事、卡通人物及特許授權產品融入生活。

關於 The Walt Disney Company:

華特迪士尼公司,以及其附屬公司及隸屬機構,是頂尖多元化國際家庭娛樂及媒體企業,業務遍及以下範疇:媒體網絡、樂園及度假區、影城娛樂、消費產品與互動媒體。迪士尼在 1920 年代起步之初,只是一間卡通工作室,發展至今已成為娛樂界的翹楚。迪士尼昂然堅守傳承,繼續為家庭中每位成員創造世界一流的故事及體驗;其故事、人物和體驗於世界各地均家傳戶曉。我們在 40 多個國家地區營運業務,僱員及演藝人員攜手協力,創造全球和當地都珍愛的娛樂體驗。

這個職位隸屬於 Disney Consumer Products, Inc., 其所屬的業務部門是 Disney Parks, Experiences and Products

Disney Consumer Products, Inc. 是機會均等的僱主。申請人將獲考慮聘僱,而不分種族、膚色、宗教、性別、國籍、性取向、性別身份、殘疾或受保護退伍軍人身分。Disney 培養商業文化,所有人的想法和決策都有助我們發展、創新、創造最好的故事,並與瞬息萬變的世界息息相關。

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