Town or City:
London, United Kingdom
Salary or Budget:
£21,000 pro rata
Experience required:
1+ years

Overview

The successful candidate will join a small team responsible for the production of five annual award ceremonies, including the Film and Television Awards, as well as a busy filming schedule of educational events at 195 Piccadilly.  In this busy and diverse role, the intern will be involved in all aspects of pre-planning and activation of the annual awards season as well as supporting the team on the day of the awards. From time to time they will be required to provide support to the Media Manager by helping catalogue audio visual assets and collate post production paperwork.

The individual we are looking for needs to demonstrate excellent organisational skills, be a clear and concise communicator and have an interest in production with a keen eye for detail.  They will need to be self-motivated and hardworking, proactive and able to learn quickly on the job and work to tight deadlines.  This is the ideal position for someone looking to develop a career in production with elements of media management and event logistics.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the production team with daily production tasks, including paperwork and general administration;
  • Source and book crew, equipment, transport, filming locations and catering for shoots;
  • Prepare call sheets and contact lists for shoots;
  • Support the production team on shoot days as required; including crew catering, getting signed contributor release forms and general set up;
  • Data wrangling,  to include ensuring that rushes are collected from shoots, transferred to hard drives and archive spreadsheet is updated accordingly;
  • Undertake post production paperwork, such as music cue sheets and clip clearance forms;
  • Running footage to our external edit facilities;
  • The ability to take on research projects associated with Production;
  • Support the Media Manager by helping to catalogue audio visual assets within the media asset management system.

KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE

  • A passion for Film, Games and/or Television;
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills;
  • Strong organisational and time management skills;
  • Keen eye for detail and accuracy;
  • Experience of working to tight deadlines;
  • Flexible approach and ability to adapt to changing priorities;
  • Willingness and ability to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Excellent IT skills and proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, Google Docs and Online Research;
  • Excellent telephone manner;
  • Some experience of working on a live production or studio shoot is desirable;
  • Knowledge of video and audio file formats and experience using Adobe Premiere Pro CC is desirable.

DETAILS

This is a full-time fixed-term contract for 21 weeks, based at the BAFTA staff offices in Piccadilly, starting on Monday 8th January 2018.  The role involves some evening and weekend work.