New Hire Assessment

Welcome to your New Hire Assessment

The purpose of the is assessment is to get an understanding of what experience and knowledge you have.

 

FIRST and LAST Name
Email Address
Phone #
How long have you worked as a stagehand?

Please Describe your Experience Level for Each of the Following Skills

Assembling and Disassembling Sets
Working as a Weight Loader
Operating a Counter Weight Flyrail System
Working as a Ground Rigger
Working as a High Rigger
Hanging and Striking Lighting Fixtures
Focusing Lighting Fixtures
Operating a Follow Spot
Operating a Lighting Console
Setting up / Striking Microphones and Speakers
Setting up a Basic Sound System
Operating an Audio Console
Setting Up / Taking Down Projection Screens
Setting up and Operating a Projector
Working as a Dresser / Costumer
Working with Theatrical Wigs
Working with Theatrical Make-up
Working on a Show Run Crew
Which areas have you worked on a Show Run Crew (please check all that apply)

Which Best Describes your Knowledge base of the following subjects

The workings of a Counter Weight System
Reading a Light Plot
DMX Addressing
Electrical Tie-in
Balancing Electrical Loads
Computer Software

Please answer all of the following questions to the best of your ability.  If you do not know the answer to a question select "I don't know" or leave it blank.

Please list which area of the stage correlates to each letter section in the drawing below 







Audience

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The image above is a  _____ degree angle.
The image above is a  _____ degree angle.
The image above is a  _____ degree angle.
How many feet is 96 inches?
4'6" is equal to how many inches?
When you add a 1/2 a foot to 5'2" what is your new total
Which way do you turn to tighten something down?
How many channels are there in a DMX universe?
How many 575 watt lamps can you plug into one 2.4k dimmer?
Which rope on the flyrail do you pull if you want to take something OUT?
How often should a spreader plate be used?

Please select the correct term for the following definitions. If you do not know the answer to a question please select "I don't know"

Technical Area downstage of the prosecnium
The upstage edge of the proscenium
Steel Framework above the stage that can be used to hang scenery and equipment
Performance area downstage of the proscenium
The Audio department sometimes selects an area of the stage where they set-up their gear on the deck called _______________ .
Tall and Narrow soft good or scenic piece hung on either side of the stage used to frame the performance space
Curtain made of open weave fabric that can be opaque or transparent depending on how it is lit
Carriage for weight for the counter-weight system
An object typically made of metal or glass used in a light to project an image
Soft Good or Scenic Piece that spans the length of the stage used to frame the top of the performance space

Please name the connector in the pictures below.  If you do not  know the answer to a question select "I don't know"

What is the connector pictured in the image above?
What is the connector pictured in the image above?
What is the connector pictured in the image above?
What is the connector pictured in the image above?
What is the connector pictured in the image above?
What is the connector pictured in the image above?
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