Summer Intern- Scenic Project Manager
PRG is the world’s leading provider of services and solutions in entertainment and live events. Every day, we turn the creative vision of our customers into production and technical reality, deepening their connection to their audiences.
What sets us apart are our people. No other company in our industry has such a deep and diverse bench of talent, working across theatre, TV, film, music, corporate events, equipment rental and more. With over 250 patents and registered trademarks, PRG is defined by innovation. And through our network of 38 offices spanning five continents, we can deliver for our customers anywhere around the globe.
Paid Internships at Production Resource Group are educational work experiences for individuals who wish to explore a career with PRG and/or develop hands-on knowledge and skill in the business of entertainment technology. PRG provides structured yet flexible programs where interns rotate through the various functions of a particular discipline, giving them a comprehensive overview of the different aspects of the field.
The summer internship program runs for 12 weeks starting in Mid/Late May and continuing into Early/Mid August (dates may vary)
Each Scenic Project Manager intern will:
Assist a PRG Project Manager with scheduling, research, drawing review, equipment and purchasing requests, status meetings, and creating detailed task lists for upcoming projects.
Get hands-on experience in the technical aspects and business aspects of the markets that STLV serves.
Shadow PRG staff and support scenic project management team in daily responsibilities.
Learn how our operations managers and supervisors manage the workflow, receive an in-depth understanding of each worker’s responsibilities.
Intern will have regular 1:1 meetings with their department supervisor, and regular check-ins with the Intern Coordinator.
*Intern may have option work at show site where PRG has installations such as live television, trade shows, corporate events and film productions (*not guaranteed)
Intern will learn practical organization and workflow skills applicable across disciplines - including email organization, file management, note taking, task prioritization, and business communication.
We are looking for applicants who are/have:
Management, technical direction/production, or production management.
Experience in carpentry, scenic construction or design and implementation preferred
Highly organized with good communication skills and ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time.
May perform other incidental tasks, as needed.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the country where the internship is located.
For internships in the US, students must pass a drug test prior to employment.
We are looking for applicants who match ANY of the following:
Ideal candidates are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or higher-level degree program in Technical Theater, Business Entertainment, Engineering or Architecture college programs, or recently graduated from one of these fields
Technology specializing in any of our disciplines or a complementary field
Have received an appropriate degree within the past two years
Have appropriate background in the entertainment technology industry
Must be able to read & write in English fluently
Must be able to use a computer for 6-8 hours per day
Must be able to stand or sit for long periods of time