NOC 5226 – Other technical and co-ordinating occupations


  • animal wrangler – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • broadcasting co-ordinator
  • chief lighting technician
  • chief stage electrician
  • chief technician, lighting effects
  • costume maker
  • costume supervisor
  • costumer
  • costumer – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • costumes co-ordinator
  • costumier
  • electrician, set
  • electrician, stage
  • exterior set manager
  • exterior shooting director
  • extra wrangler – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • film location manager
  • first grip
  • floor director – broadcasting
  • floor manager – broadcasting
  • gaffer
  • head grip
  • head of wardrobe
  • key dresser
  • key grip
  • lighting effects chief technician
  • lighting technician
  • location manager – motion pictures and broadcasting
  • make-up artist – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • make-up artist and hairdresser – performing arts
  • make-up artist and wig maker
  • motion picture facilities supervisor
  • music program planner
  • music program planner, radio
  • optical effects co-ordinator
  • presentation co-ordinator – broadcasting
  • production co-ordinator – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • production co-ordinator – radiobroadcasting
  • production technician – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • program co-ordinator – broadcasting
  • program planner, music
  • program planner, radio
  • programming manager
  • properties custodian – stage productions or motion pictures
  • property master – broadcasting
  • property master – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • radio music program planner
  • radio program planner
  • remote broadcasting co-ordinator
  • rigging gaffer
  • script supervisor
  • set electrician
  • settings shop foreman/woman
  • special effects technician
  • sports program co-ordinator – broadcasting
  • stage assistant director
  • stage manager
  • stage technician
  • staging supervisor
  • studio administrator
  • studio electrician
  • studio manager
  • studio manager – broadcasting
  • stunt co-ordinator
  • telecasting technician
  • theatre technician
  • unit manager – motion pictures and broadcasting
  • wardrobe co-ordinator
  • wardrobe master/mistress
  • wardrobe supervisor
  • wig hairdresser – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts

Job Duties

The following is a summary of main duties for some occupations in this unit group:

  • Floor managers co-ordinate the work of camera operators and other technical staff, and cue announcers, actors and performers during news broadcasts and television program tapings.
  • Key grips supervise grips, gaffers and stagehands who rig, place, move and dismantle lights, sets, backdrops, scenery and other stage equipment.
  • Gaffers and lighting technicians set up, operate and make repairs to lights and other electrical equipment in studios and on sets and stages.
  • Stunt co-ordinators and special effects technicians design and co-ordinate special effects such as fires, explosions and crashes.
  • Make-up artists apply cosmetic and special effects make-up on actors and other performers.
  • Costumiers study scripts to determine the necessary costumes and oversee the acquisition, fitting and maintenance of costumes.
  • Settings shop foremen and forewomen assist in preparing the construction specifications for sets.
  • Property masters identify and list the necessary props and place them during rehearsals and performances.

Employment Requirements

  • For most occupations in this unit group, completion of a college or university program in broadcasting, theatre arts or a related field and Several years of experience in a related support or assisting occupation in motion pictures, broadcasting or the performing arts are required.
  • Floor managers require a portfolio of work.
  • Make-up artists working in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts may require a training program.
  • Creative ability, as demonstrated by a portfolio of work, is required for make-up artists.
  • For gaffers, lighting technicians, key grips and other stage technicians, completion of a college program or other specialized training program in technical production for theatre is required.
  • Membership in a related union may be required.

Additional Information

  • There may be an overlap in duties among occupations in this unit group, depending on the size of the production or broadcasting studio.


  • Audio and video recording technicians (5225)
  • Broadcast technicians (5224)
  • Film and video camera operators (5222)
  • Lighting designers (in 5243 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers)
  • Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts (5227)

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