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Concert and Event Staffing

Company Information

Company: Axis Security, Inc

Location: Nashville, TN

Company Website

Axis Security is an event staffing company providing staff and security management for music venues, events, and festivals in Nashville and throughout the Southeast. We currently provide staff for Marathon Music Works, Ascend Amphitheater, War Memorial Auditorium, Municipal Auditorium, Live on the Green, and festivals such as Bonnaroo, CMA Fest, Hangout, and Electric Forest.

Job Description

Staff members are tasked with all aspects of event staffing and crowd management.

Nightly positions include jobs such as stage security, ushering and ticket-taking, bag checks at entry points, and credential checks into special areas such as Artist/Industry areas and VIP sections. Employees have the opportunity to work in fun and face-paced entertainment environments while getting to provide great customer experiences in some of Nashville's premier music events.

Job Type: Part time

Work Hours: Varies per Season

Compensation: $10/hr

Start Date: February 23, 2018

Requirements

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and able to obtain a Tennessee Unarmed Guard license.

Education: No education required

Experience: No experience required

Contact Information

William Guthrie
will.guthrie@axissecurityinc.com
(931) 273-5581

Date Posted: February 2, 2018