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Posted: Sunday, June 4, 2017 12:07 AM


Mind The Gap is a fast growing scenic fabrication shop located in Brooklyn, NY that serves a handful of industries. We primarily work in Events, Theaters and Permanent Installs with a couple other eclectic projects thrown in. We are sticklers for attention to detail and providing a high quality product that we are proud to stand behind while at the same time providing clear, accurate and consistent communication with our clients.

The Project Manager’s (PM) function is to assist the Company Principals in the successful completion of bidding, fabrication research, overseeing technical drawing, shop builds, installs and strikes. The PM must have strong leadership ability and a broad knowledge of both theatrical and event standards and practices. The PM must have:

· Strong organizational skills
· Self-Starter who needs little to no supervision
· Impeccable attention to detail logistics and deliverables
· Ability to talk to and manage client contacts and expectations throughout the build process.


Education: Bachelor’s degree required. A Bachelor's degree in Theatre or higher with an emphasis in Production Management is preferred.

At least four years’ practical work experience in the both theatrical and event Project Management is required ideally in a scene shop environment.

Skills: PM should show strong proficiency in the following areas:

· Excel/spreadsheets
· Vectorworks/AutoCAD
· Scheduling/Gantt programs
· Evernote
· Office IT management
· Google Drive

Other: The scope of the job may require working evenings and/or weekends, particularly prior to show or even load-in.



a. PROJECT MANAGEMENT- PM must be able to define project MILESTONES, project DEPENDENCIES, and element CRITICAL PATH.

b. CLIENT MANAGMEENT- PM will become the primary client contact after job award and manage their needs and expectations throughout the life cycle of the project.

c. KICKOFF MEETING- PM will lead kickoff meetings for projects as required and review proposed fabrication methods, materials and schedule.

d. JOB BINDER- PM will create Job Binders for all projects and keep the project information organized as per company standards.

e. BUDGET TRACKING – PM will be responsible for tracking purchasing, material use and labor for projects and update in tracking documentation on a daily basis.

f. PROCUREMENT- PM will be responsible for all project purchasing and will oversee office staff in assisting with purchasing.

g. DRAWINGS-PM will be responsible for reviewing all shop drawings from Technical Designer before being sent to shop floor.

h. QUALITY CONTROL-PM will be responsible for Quality Control on all elements being built on the shop floor or being installed on-site.

i. ON SITE MANAGEMENT – PM will be tasked with overseeing installations of whole or in-part production. PM will be responsible for leading all department heads/crews on-site and will act as the liaison of the Company as a whole.

j. ARCHIVING-PM is responsible archiving built drawings in the Job Binder.


a. PM will work with labor booker and office manager to book crew as needed.

b. PM is responsible for entering crew time sheets into Payroll Spreadsheet.

PM is responsible for updating crew contact informat

commensurate with experience

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