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United States Army Field Band Announces Audio Engineer Position

Seeking applicants for the role of Audio Engineer (A2) for the Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus of the U.S. Army Field Band in addition to serving as Assistant Audio Engineer for the Jazz Ambassadors and the Six-String Soldiers as needed, and more.
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The United States Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. has announced that it is seeking qualified applicants for the role of Audio Engineer (A2) for the Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus of the U.S. Army Field Band as well as serving as Assistant Audio Engineer for the Jazz Ambassadors and the Six-String Soldiers as needed. (Go here for more information and to apply.)

Touring approximately 100 days per year in the U.S. and overseas, duties include planning, setting up, operating, tearing down, maintaining, and accounting for large sound systems for The U.S. Army Field Band. In addition, the position requires interacting with concert presenters, site managers, technical directors, stage managers, and producers to ensure an efficient logistical work flow and successful concerts.

Further requirements including supervising and training stage crews, directing sound checks, mixing and recording live shows, as well as participaing in Supervise and train stage crews, direct sound checks, mix, and record live shows as well as designing, upgrading, and implementing audio systems and components. And the position also calls for serving as Recording Engineer and Broadcast Engineer for the Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus and Assistant Engineer for the Jazz Ambassadors and the Six-String Soldiers of The U.S. Army Field Band as needed.

Again, go here to find out more about the position, required qualifications, and to apply.

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