Location: New Windsor, NY

Founded: 1982


Production Resource Group is one of the largest suppliers of entertainment and event technology in the world, and consequently, one of the largest employers of technicians. PRG houses more than 1.5 million square feet of warehouse space and operates 31 facilities in North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Notable Products

  • Rental of lighting, audio, rigging, and scenic equipment
  • Production staffing
  • Event production
  • Audiovisual equipment sales


What to Expect

The company first formed as Jeremiah J. Harris Associates, then more than a decade later transformed itself into PRG in response to clients who wanted a one-stop shop for all of their entertainment technology needs. Over the years, PRG has acquired several American and international entities and expanded in-house capabilities to offer state-of-the-art gear to any location on the globe. The company provides solutions for film, television, trade shows, concerts, and other special events. In recent years, credits have included work for New York Fashion Week, the NBA All-Stars Game, The Addams Family on Broadway, Iron Man 2, the Academy Awards, and tours for Jay-Z and Madonna.

Positions within the company range from account management and client relations to technical design. The core of the business and customer satisfaction is the warehouse and production staffs. These technicians are highly trained and skilled individuals with professional expertise in lighting, audio, rigging, and scenic construction. Entry-level positions require a high school diploma and at least two years of experience. Duties include prepping gear for delivery, packing road cases, and cleaning equipment. Internships are available to current college students or recent graduates, and are paid, full-time roles. Mid-level technicians possess at least five years of professional credits; they repair and test gear, prep equipment for rental, and go out on gigs. Expect your job interview to include a phone interview discussing your qualifications, as well as technical questions concerning your level of proficiency with industry-standard equipment.

On the shop floor, T-shirts and jeans are the standard; those who work in the business offices sport just slightly more buttoned-up attire. A career with PRG can place you backstage at a U2 concert, on the field at the Super Bowl, or behind the scenes at the Olympics. Another bonus is the ability to play with the newest gear before your colleagues in the land of freelance entertainment. Due to the company’s massive resources and industry partnerships, PRG is among the first to lay hands on the latest in lighting and audio innovations.


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