Set-Up Staff - Music City Center
Responsibilities include: set-up/dismantling of convention space; general maintenance labor in connection to building maintenance, including sweeping, mopping, washing walls and windows, cleaning restrooms, emptying trash containers, etc. This includes considerable physical activity in transporting awkward and heavy materials such as staging, tables, chairs, dance floors, etc., from storage areas to meeting rooms. Ability to understand conversion task, project sheets and event documents on a daily basis to ensure that all requirements are clear and the expectation of the set up is understood before work begins. Assist in direction of temporary labor and able to work independently when needed. Able to work irregular hours to include overnight shifts, weekends and holidays. Must be able to stand/walk for long periods of time.
High School Diploma or GED preferred plus one (1) to three (3) years of semi-skilled laboring experience is required. Knowledge of the techniques and procedures used in setting public events; ability to operate motorized equipment, such as a forklift; and ability to analyze set-up plans and make modifications.
Employment contingent on background check and substance abuse screenings.
Flexible schedule and ability to work weekends required. All shifts available. This is a position of the Convention Center Authority; not a Metropolitan Government position. Excellent Benefits included. Parking provided.
Starting Pay: $19.00/hr
Apply In-Person Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
201 Rep John Lewis Way S. Nashville, TN 37204
Click the following: MCC APPLICATION to download and print off a paper application.
Go to MCC SET UP STAFF to view job description.
NO PHONE CALLS
Equal Opportunity Employer
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