TAIT

Associate Controls Integrator

Job Locations US-PA-Lititz
# of Openings
1

Overview

An integrator, much like the title suggests, is tasked with making multiple elements work together as one cohesive system. A key technical role, an integrator also has essential responsibilities in project coordination, especially focused on project sites around the world. As the final step in the project process, integration is key to high-quality delivery before system handover to the client. An integrator exists on the uniquely TAIT line between technology and art, helping to create the best shows and spectacles in the world.

 

An associate integrator is the first step in the integration career path, generally an entry-level role or a starting point from another TAIT department. The focus of the associate level is training, growth, ensuring the role is a good fit, and helping with project tasks as assigned. One the of the defining differences between associate integrator and integrator is the ability to lead a project, not just part of a project.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinates integration of disparate elements into one cohesive project
  • Comprises part of field engineering and installation team, ultimately implementing technology on site for the customer
  • Provides boutique customer service for TAIT’s custom business
  • Fulfills shop testing and setup responsibilities, especially for complex elements
  • Plays key technical role throughout project lifecycle
  • Communicates frequently with rest of project team about tasks and risks
  • Maintains a basic understanding of all integration-related technical fields
  • Develops an expert knowledge of one or more integration-related technical fields
  • Establishes and cultivates good relationships with clients, stagehands, electricians, ironworkers, project managers, and many other personnel
  • Travels frequently to job sites domestically and internationally
  • Works closely with service & support on post-project work
  • Promotes and contributes to internal standards and processes
  • Stays well organized and pays close attention to details

Qualifications

Background & Experience

  • Formal Technical Background
  • Theater/Entertainment Experience
  • TAIT-Adjacent Technical Knowledge
  • Demonstrated Leadership Roles

Qualifications

  • Ability to Travel & Work in “Entertainment Conditions”
  • Drug Test & Background Check
  • Based in Lititz 
  • Right to Work in US 
  • Willingness to travel on average 100 days per year

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