Senior Production ArtisanApply Job ID 510482BR Location Anaheim, California, United States Business Disney Parks & Resorts Brand Disneyland Resort Category Facilities Date posted 12/04/2017
(Local, Southern California applicants sought - NO RELOCATION OFFERED.)
Senior Production Artisans work with Designer's conceptual art to fabricate dimensional-entertainment assets - without the benefit of working drawings – while meeting the Designer's vision. This level of skill and/or years of experience allows artisans the ability to create art which meets Disney standards.
Those in this position are expected to contribute fabrication techniques and structural necessities with fellow team members to realize finished products. This creative work involves the use of all manner of materials and tools to fabricate and maintain live-entertainment assets including the following disciplines: carpentry, estimating, scenic painting, sculpting, textiles, puppetry, sign fabrication and properties construction.
- May work with or as lead fabricator of new set décor or scenic-entertainment elements, working directly with or as General Foreman on projects to maintain production deadlines
- Assist Designers in developing new assets that both visually work and functionally withstand the rigors of our Guests
- Maintain safe work environment including respirator use, cleanliness of area, and proper chemical documentation
- Maintain records of chemical use and proper hazardous-waste disposal
Schedule Availability - Must be open to any shift (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift) including holidays, with any combination of days off
- Knowledge and work experience representing a broad background of all crafts or disciplines of stage craft including carpentry, scenic painting, sculpting, sewing, properties construction, and sign printing
- Ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematics
Those in this position will be required to attend safety and technical training courses as outlined by the Department Managers Those assigned to the Scenic Carpentry position are required to attend an annual Hearing Conservation Training class. They are also required to submit to an annual Audiometric Exam. Senior Production Artisans must be tested, pass, and be fitted for respirator use as part of standard personal-protective equipment (PPE).