Pittsburgh Festival Opera
Website Pittsburgh Festival Opera
Reports to: Executive Director
FLSA Status: Temporary part-time/Non-exempt
Compensation: $20/hr. (15-20 hours per week from May 1 through project completion or June 15 at the latest)
Pittsburgh Festival Opera is dedicated to presenting innovative opera, including American works, reinterpretations of older works, and new works, for the widest possible audience. Pittsburgh Festival Opera is committed to being an antiracist and anti-oppressive organization.
The Warehouse Inventory Coordinator is responsible for creating an inventory list of all Pittsburgh Festival Opera assets currently in its East Liberty storage facility including sets, props and costumes. Comfort with general physical labor in a warehouse atmosphere, adhering to strict safety guidelines, the ability to lift and move heavy objects, excellent organizational skills and a general familiarity with theatrical properties are desirable attributes. The Warehouse Inventory Coordinator will evaluate the condition of each asset and determine its suitability for prolonged storage or disposal (in consultation with PFO staff prior to destruction). The Coordinator will arrange for the disposal of expired properties with established vendors, determine properties that may find creative re-use off site, create a written document that details retained property descriptions and location and ascertain the total square feet of storage space necessary for all remaining assets.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) including an N95 mask will be provided as well as industrial lighting and laptop notepad computer for inventory tracking. An N95 mask is required to wear at all times within the building.
Pittsburgh Festival Opera is an equal opportunity employer
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