Rigging Mechanic Group Lead

Job Locations US-PA-Lititz
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The Rigging Mechanic Group Lead is responsible for overseeing, planning,and executing the daily activities of the rigging mechanic dept and mechanics within their group. The Rigging Mechanic Group Lead will review the priorities for all daily work requirements and plan based on capacity, demand, and critical completion dates.


Preparing,servicing, testing, and modifying rigging machines and equipment to ensure the assets can be delivered to a high standard of quality, reliability, and compliance.
Be responsible for the satisfactory delivery of rigging assets to integration.
Participate in all return to stock/depopulation activities upon return of assets
Interpret technical drawings and manufacturer guidelines as they pertain to our fleet
Carry out inspections, maintenance,and any other required testing to achieve a ready to rent status
Interface with other lead technicians and colleagues to accomplish goals.
Maintain tools, work areas and equipment in a clean and orderly fashion.
Maintain a safe working environment and follow safe working practices.
Maintaining technical knowledge through training and mentorship.
Occasionally travel to complete site work as required by projects.
Identify and propose ideas and solutions that will improve the build quality or efficiency of TAIT assets.
Use Rentalworks or other asset management systems to keep current and accurate records.
Lead best practice in terms of workshop Health and Safety, take part in company Health and Safety meetings as required.


•Relevant experience in an entertainment setting with a focus on rigging and automation

•Knowledge of best practices and standards pertaining to the use of overhead equipment in entertainment.

•Understanding of electromechanical power transmission systems

•Computer proficiency. Experience in Epicor, RentalWorks, Autocad, Luicid Chart preferred.

•Experience troubleshooting electricaland mechanicalsystems

•Ability to read and understand electrical schematics and mechanical drawings


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