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Scenic Warehouse ApprenticeLocation Atlanta, Georgia, United States Job ID 173153BR Apply Now
Turner Studios is an organization focused on next generation content creation. Comprised of an amazing group of open, collaborative and innovative artists, crafts people, leaders, strategists and communicators we work closely with our partners throughout WarnerMedia to make sure we have the resources needed to grow our business, and our brands. Whether it be a brand specific campaign or event, a portfolio-based initiative or a corporate communications tool, Turner Studios has the capabilities to consult, innovate and create. Everything we do revolves around two driving principles: to always be a resource for WarnerMedia brands, while never contradicting their vision and goals; and to always provide positive economic value to WarnerMedia.
The Scenic Warehouse Apprentice is a 2-year apprentice program for an entry level production position that works with the Studios Scene Shop team and reports to the Project Manager, Scenic. This position works in the off-site warehouse to support the Scenic team by helping to manage the storage of all scenic elements and set. This includes updating the inventory system, managing the movement of sets in and out of the warehouse, and coordinating trailer moves.
- Assist the Warehouse Coordinator with maintaining an accurate inventory of all show sets and scenic elements stored at the warehouse, using inventory software.
- Assist Project Manager with scheduling the transport of semi-trailers to and from the studios.
- Drive a 24ft box truck and operate a forklift to move elements as needed, lifting up to 75lbs.
- Assist in documenting standard operating procedures.
- Learn to read a CAD drawing and assist in translating them to a build schedule and plan.
- At least one year of production, film or theater, or related experience.
- Basic understanding of inventory management.
- Ability to change direction quickly and shift priorities in a fast-paced environment.
- Must be organized, with high attention to detail, while juggling many tasks at once.
- Great attitude and a solid team player.
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