Ancienne Belgique is a vibrant music temple in the heart of Brussels. With around 320 concerts and more then 320,000 visitors per year, AB is one of the top European concert venues. All this is managed by a motivated and extremely professional team of about 50 employees.
As lighting technician you are a part of the AB production team that ensures a unique concert experience for visitors and artists.
- You are responsible for implementing and/or designing lighting plans.
- You provide technical support for employees, artist and their crew.
- You maintain the technical equipment.
- You contribute creatively to the realisation and supervision of our events.
- You take care of the processing of the technical riders.
- You have a thorough knowledge of lighting, and closely follow developments in area of new light technology.
- You have experience with grandMA2 and ChamSys control tables, Artnet and sACN networks.
- You have a basic knowledge of video projection and Resolume software.
- You are social and communicative.
- You are service-oriented and stress resistant.
- You work very well in a team, but you can also work autonomously.
- You are flexible: evening and weekend work is a part of the job.
- You have a good knowledge of French and English.
- A full-time contract of permanent employment.
- Reimbursement of travel on public transport between home and work, meal vouchers, group- and hospital insurance, 13th month, year-end bonus and numerous fringe benefits.
- Sliding work hours, with the possibility of including overtime.
- A challenging job, a lot of music, and fantastic colleagues.
Send your questions and/or letter of motivation and CV prior to August 8 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AB is open to any candidate. Selection is based on competence, regardless of gender, religion, skin colour, nationality, sexual preference or disability. We strive to be an inclusive operation that reflects the reality of Brussels – in the audience, on stage, and within the AB team.
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