Fresh Air Cinema
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Fresh Air Cinema Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
  • Headquarters
    Red Deer
  • Link
    Fresh Air Cinema website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 25 reviews and is evolving.



Field Technician in Red Deer, AB
on 26 February 2021
Possibly the most unique summer job!
This is a great summer job! Lots of hours and lots of travel, great attitudes and lots to learn! Physical work is a large part of the job, great way to get in shape. Driving all over the place and getting experience with audio video equipment and working with people! You can learn alot and experience even more. And who doesnt love Drive In Movies?!
Field Technician in Red Deer, AB
on 22 March 2022
Avoid them at all costs
Avoid them at all costs not worth the time or the trouble, this was possibly one the worst jobs iv experenced in a while. The management is just awful.
AV Technician in Red Deer, AB
on 4 February 2021
Fun job with allot of traveling
I worked for Fresh Air Cinema for 3 years. I would say that 50% of the work is in the shop, and the other 50% is out working events. You definitely learn allot working this job. Things you would never expect to learn working for a AV company. Usually we worked in the shop Monday - Wednesday, then did events on the weekend. During the busiest months sometimes there was events everyday. One of the things I really enjoyed was the crew you worked with. It almost feels like there family towards the end. The owner of the company can be a little rough around the edges, however once you get to know him he is very reasonable and quiet knowledgeable. If your the kind of person who likes to travel and learn, I would recommend working at Fresh Air.
AV Technician in Red Deer, AB
on 27 January 2021
Great and Respected Company to work for
I have worked for Fresh Air Cinema for 2 years now and I don't see anything that negatives about this company. You get paid fairly for the job you do, on top of that you get tons of overtime hours that are most of them travel hours. Lost of traveling in and outside the province. The best part of this job is that you get to watch movies during your working hours, isn't that cool ?? Management is great, very informative and they will always provide the highest level of training and support during the season, as well as stuff party and great bonuses for your hard work. Definitely recommending working here.
Audio Visual Technician in Surrey, BC
on 20 January 2021
Great way to see BC, some up and downs but over all a good job
BC teamA typical workday is 9 to 12 hours however about half of that is waiting for cars to arrive, driving and doing occasional checks on equipment and customers. The job for the most part is relaxed but there will always be surprises.Scheduling and communication are not perfect, at times your schedule will not be updated for the coming week. You may also not know there is a show until an hour or less before. Although all of this does not happen too often it does happen.The operation manager is amazing and totally has your back! it would be very hard not to become quick friends with the people you work with and for the most part, everyone takes care of each other and looks out for their team.The hardest part of the job is handling equipment safely as you have to set up a lot. Sometimes this is in bad conditions or with few people in a short time frame. A lot of the job is relaxed but there is also a lot of physical labour and when you are tired you have to be very careful not to damage things. It can be hard setting up equipment even when you are all well-rested. It is also very important that you take pictures of anything damaged or broken and tell your supervisor right away as you can and will be the one blamed if you cannot prove otherwise to the CEO.The most enjoyable part of the job is getting fast at setting up and tearing down with your team, by the end of the year you have everything down to a science and can cut the time you spend on these tasks almost in half giving yourself and your team more time to enjoy the amazing places you go in BC and also you get more time to sleep.

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