[SML] Job Posting - Part-time Carp, Los Angeles
bill at sapsis-rigging.com
Fri Oct 2 00:49:26 UTC 2020
I don’t have access to the Do’s/Don’ts’ either so I can’t speak to the rules, but you get major props for an extremely well written post. It’s short, to the point and honest.
bill at sapsis-rigging.com<mailto:bill at sapsis-rigging.com>
From: Stagecraft <stagecraft-bounces at theatrical.net> on behalf of "stagecraft at theatrical.net" <stagecraft at theatrical.net>
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Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 8:37 PM
To: "stagecraft at theatrical.net" <stagecraft at theatrical.net>
Cc: Will Schuessler <w.schuess at gmail.com>
Subject: [SML] Job Posting - Part-time Carp, Los Angeles
The 'Dos and Don'ts' page for the mailing list is 404ed, so I'm flying blind here, but I know a lot of us are out of work, so I'm hoping a related-field job post is okay.
In my non-theater life I run a small art handling company in Los Angeles, and we're looking for a part-time crater. Depending on how well it goes and how busy we are, it could turn into full-time with benefits, but I especially don't want to promise anything in the middle of a pandemic. Carpentry skills and experience required, art experience decidedly not required.
I hate the phrase "pay negotiable depending on experience", but we're really small and, well, it's negotiable depending on experience.
Shoot me an email off-list with resumes or questions. Thanks!
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