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Person in Charge
This person will be in charge of evening events that happen at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. This involves making sure that events run smoothly at the Center. Responsibilities will include assessing the staffing needs for events, and ensure all aspects of the program are covered while troubleshooting problems or issues that may arise. You will operate complex equipment such as audio/visual equipment, DVD, VHS, lighting, and various theatre equipment. You will also need to be able to use walkie-talkie. You would also need to ensure that there is appropriate staff scheduled for the program and various events within the program, ensure that staff receive their breaks and lunches, and fill in where needed. Other responsibilities will involve developing solutions as well as keeping communication through ticketing, maintenance, and staff, and ensure the program stays on schedule. You will need to have 1-2 years experience with ANHC policy and procedures, and all Program processes. Must have the ability to think and react quickly to changes, and troubleshoot any issues that may arise. Should be trained in CPR and First Aid. You will also need a High School diploma or it’s equivalent and must be able to work independently.