Job Title: Warehouse Technician
Reporting to: Warehouse Coordinator / Operations Coordinator
Based in: Clevedon
Fineline Lighting is a full-service event lighting, rigging and video hire facility providing technical equipment and services to a wide range of clients internationally. We are active in the live music, festival, theatre, corporate event, film and special events industries.
We are seeking a Warehouse Technician to support our busy teams and clients. This role would suit someone diligent, practical and detail-oriented. While this role is predominantly based at our warehouse in Clevedon there may be a requirement on occasion to attend events or provide onsite support.
To assist with Fineline Lighting’s warehouse operations, prepping and maintaining show equipment with adherence to all company policies incl. Health & Safety. The preparation, servicing, maintenance, delivery and return of equipment for shows and events.
Booking in and booking out of stock from Fineline premises.
Picking, prepping, loading and unloading of correct equipment for shows and hires as required.
Liaising with the warehouse and operations coordinators and freelance contractors as required.
Checking, testing, repairing and cleaning of equipment upon return from shows/hires or as required.
Warehouse organisation and maintenance.
Delivery and collection of stock when necessary.
Complying with all company policies including the company Health & Safety policy.
Attending events and working at alternative sites from time-to-time as required.
Loading and unloading of trucks.
This role requires manual handling daily.
Conscientious with good eye for detail.
Capable of working to deadlines.
Organised, methodical and keen to learn.
Good communication skills.
Willingness to cooperate with others and work effectively alone.
Positive attitude and proactive work ethic.
Ability to take ownership and accountability.
Prepared to work additional hours when necessary.
Reliable with good time-keeping.
Comfortable with working at height and heavy lifting.
Basic IT skills.
Experience in a similar role.
Qualifications relating to live event production.
The MAC Viper Performance, provides a full-feature framing system whilst also still including a Iris and animation wheel.
The MAC Viper Performance is a full-feature framing fixture that delivers an output and performance never before seen in a fixture this size or one using so little power. Unlike other fixtures in this class, the MAC Viper Performance does not forgo an iris or animation wheel – they are both included along with a framing system and rotating gobos.
The framing system consists of four shutter blades that can all individually adjust +/- 30° while the entire system can rotate +/- 55°. The exacting system can repeat each cue with great precision. When fully focused, gobos can be nicely framed with a soft edge. The MAC Viper Performance has adopted the compact form, impressive speed, superior light quality and beautiful colors that the MAC Viper Profile is renowned for and uses the same 1000-watt lamp.
26000 Lumens – Excellent light quality with a very flat and uniform field and 6000K color temperature
1:4 zoom – Fast zoom with auto-linked focus
Four shutter blades individually adjust +/- 30° while the entire system rotates +/- 55°. Repeats cues with great precision
We are very proud to announce that Fineline Lighting have been nominated for the Favourite Lighting Rental Company category and we are in the finals for TPI Awards 2019.We would like to say huge thank you to everyone who voted for us!
Winners will be announced on 25th February 2019 at the TPi Awards which is being held at Battersea Evolution London.
Good luck to everyone who has been nominated!
GDPR and Your Personal Data
What we need
Fineline Lighting Limited will be what’s known as the ‘Controller’ of the personal data you provide to us. We only collect basic personal data about you which does not include any special types of information. This does however include name, address, email and phone number.
Why we need it
We as Fineline Lighting need to know your basic personal data in order to provide you with our services. We will not collect any personal data from you we do not need in order to provide and oversee this service to you.
What we do with it
All the personal data we process is processed by our staff in our premises at Unit 3 Hithergreen Ind. Est, Clevedon, Bristol.
How long we keep it
We are required under UK tax law to keep your basic personal data (name, address, contact details) for a minimum of 6 years after which time it will be destroyed. Your information we use for marketing purposes will be kept with us until you notify us that you no longer wish to receive this information.
What we would also like to do with it
We would however like to use your name and email address to inform you of our future offers, new product lines and notices. This information is not shared with third parties and you can unsubscribe at any time via phone, email or our website.
What are your rights?
If at any point you believe the information we process on you is incorrect you can request to see this information and have it corrected or deleted. If you wish to raise a complaint on how we have handled your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer who will investigate the matter.
If you are not satisfied with our response or believe we are processing your personal data not in accordance with the law you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Our Data Protection Officer is Sevim Sangwell and you can contact her at email@example.com
Bristol UK based lighting and video rental specialist Fineline is very proud to have been the LED screen supplier for the 2018 Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) shows at the Royal Albert Hall, which has seen another series of show-stopping performances and unique collaborations which help raise awareness and funds for the charity.
This year’s line-up included Kasabian, The Courteeners, Def Leppard, Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue from legendary reggae band UB40 who appeared as a trio, Nile Rogers and Chic, side-splitting comedy from Russell Howard as well as The Who’s Roger Daltry, who has been instrumental in driving the annual RAH concert week since it started in 2000. This year he curated an evening of special guests including Muse frontman Matt Bellamy leading a super group including Graham Coxon who performed some of the Beatles’ greatest hits.
Says Fineline’s Rob Sangwell, “It has been a fantastic experience all round being part of these incredible shows. The atmosphere has been very inspirational! TCT is a great cause and the organization is dedicated to providing a top quality production and an equally impressive array of talent and entertainment for everyone to enjoy!”
Fineline supplied 153 panels of their Martin VDO Face 5, a 5.2 mm pitch LED screen surface which was configured throughout the week as a flown upstage surface measuring 8.5 meters wide with a drop of 5.1 meters.
It was used to deliver the crucially important Teenage Cancer Trust films and messages as well as by all the artists who played.
Fineline was asked to supply the screen as part of Harman Professional Solutions’decision to support the Teenage Cancer Trust shows.
The event’s lighting and video was designed by Gordon Torrington of PRG who has been involved in TCT at the RAH for many years.Video content was co-ordinated by Chris Farrants who was located in ‘video world’ under the stage, and he managed all the various sources via his Grass Valley Karrera PPU, including cutting the 3-camera mix and receiving feeds of all the playback and ambient footage from a Catalyst media server.
Some individual artists also brought their own content which was integrated into the ‘house’ system and output to the screen.
Fineline were the first UK rental company to invest in Martin’s VDO Face 5 last year, chosen because they were looking for a “flexible and good quality LED product” explains Rob. From a myriad of options, it ticked all the boxes for their video work.
The numerous ways to rig the Face 5 panels was a big bonus, giving scope to be really creative with shapes and objects, while the IP65 rating means they can happily use it outdoors and indoors … so it fitted their workflow perfectly. The 5 mm pitch is ideal for use in both smaller clubby spaces and larger arenas and festivals.
Rob, who is also a bit of a health and safety guru and consultant, was impressed with the product’s Beaufort wind force scale rating of 8 which is “quite breezy” and applies whether it’s flown or ground supported.
It has proved to be a solid investment for Fineline. The screen has been constantly busy on a wide range of shows and events including Bristol’s Love Saves the Day festival, the high profile Eden Sessions, the Outlook and Dimension festivals in Pula, Croatia, the Resistance dance event in Motion, Bristol, The Downs Festival, a special DJ performance by Orbital at The Marble Factory and a host of corporate and experiential marketing projects among many others.