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Student Employment

Event Services employs, on average, 50 students each semester. Event Services has three teams of student workers – Event Production Crew, Student Building Managers and Usher Corps. Event Services student staff goes through extensive training sessions each semester covering general procedures, safety, and specialized knowledge for their unique duties on campus. Each team also has a student supervisor that works as a team leader and coordinates with each team's respective staff supervisor.

To apply, visit the Event Services office, Davies Center 240, and request a student employment application. You may also download a PDF version to print and deliver to Event Services.

Employment Opportunities


EVENT CREW I

Event Crew employees are responsible for the setup and operation of sound reinforcement systems, lighting systems, projection equipment, video equipment, communications equipment, setup equipment and in-house systems. Working in team-based environments, members complete setups, tear-downs, sanitation and preparation for events.
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EVENT CREW II

This position is a promotion from Event Crew I with an emphasis on the use and understanding of more sophisticated technical equipment and operations.
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EVENT CREW CHIEF

This is a student supervisor position with an emphasis on overseeing the professional execution of lighting, sound and projection equipment for scheduled events, including large major special events and scheduled events in Zorn Arena. This position is responsible for the training/mentoring of the Production Technicians and their use of the facility/technical equipment required for the event.
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PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN

This is an advanced position with an emphasis on overseeing the professional execution of lighting, sound and projection equipment for scheduled events. This position is responsible for the mentoring of scheduled staff and their use of the facility/technical equipment required for the event.
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LEAD PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN

This is a student supervisor position with an emphasis on overseeing the professional execution of lighting, sound and projection equipment for scheduled events. This position is responsible for the training/mentoring of the Production Technicians and their use of the facility/technical equipment required for the event.
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EVENT CREW STUDENT MANAGER

This is a student supervisor position with an emphasis on overseeing the training of the Event Crew, Event Crew Chiefs and Production Technicians on the necessary facility and technical aspects of events. Leadership and communication skills are paramount.
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SCHEDULING COORDINATOR

The Scheduling Coordinator receives event information, processes reservations and invoices, and schedules the Event Production Crew to work events. The position works closely with the Assistant Director for Event Services, Event Services coordinators, other programming entities, the Event Crew Student Manager, and the Event Production Coordinator to coordinate upcoming events. The Scheduling Coordinator also is responsible for the organization and storage of all event history and invoice data.
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STUDENT BUILDING MANAGER

Student Building Managers provide security and responsibility for the Davies Center facility, the patrons and activities during a shift while the permanent staff is absent. The Student Building Manager enforces the University Centers' policies in order to maintain the safety  and security of the building and its occupants. Student Building Managers are knowledgeable of audio-visual technology for the events occuring in Davies Center and Schofield Auditorium. All Student Building managers are also CPR, AED and first aid certified. It is the Student Building Manager's job to demonstrate professionalism through appearance, demeanor and performance.
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STUDENT BUILDING MANAGER SUPERVISOR

The Student Building Manager Supervisor is responsible for training, leading, disciplining and evaluating the team of Student Building Managers. It is the Supervisor's responsibility to positively lead the team of Student Building Managers to create the most professional and knowledgeable staff possible.
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USHER CORPS

As the face of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, the Usher Corps organization is responsible for guest service, ticketing, seating, safety and oversight of campus events. Ushers project a friendly and welcoming image at all times and attend to patrons' needs to ensure the success of every event.

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