The Automation Technician sees to all motorized show props and keeping electrical components up and running.  Supports on all other activities to build and execute a safe and high-quality performance. You report into the Technical Manager and work close with an international crew travelling through Germany, or Austria, Belgium, France and the Netherlands.


What are your key tasks?  

  • Assists the crew on the load in, load out and run of the show
  • Install, operate and maintain motorized show props and/or flying elements
  • Discover and repair possible technical issues and finding resourceful solutions
  • Provides overall support where needed during the tour


What do you offer?

  • Relevant experience in operating motion soft- and hardware, motorized props and/or flying
  • IPAF license 1a, 3a and 3b
  • Able to maintain, use, fix, test hand and power tools, ohm- and voltmeters
  • Understanding of technical manuals, drawings and blueprints
  • Good written and verbal English language skills
  • Good health
  • Flexibility to work varied long hours, weekends, public holidays, overnights, and scheduled performances as required
  • Stress-resilient and a creative problem solver
  • Availability from October 2023 to the end of April 2024


What do we offer?

  • Touring with an international ice show, performing shows in various cities and/or countries
  • Transportation and accommodation during the tour
  • A competitive salary, in line with your level of seniority and experience

Do you want to apply? Please send your motivational letter and an up-to-date CV (English) to [email protected].

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We also gladly accept applications from candidates who are not available during the above-mentioned period as we are constantly looking for professionals for our many other projects.