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Crew members

  1. 1. Crew MembersEditor Ability to be creative under pressure Imagination and an understanding of narrative Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Developed sense of rhythm and timing in story telling Highly developed aesthetic visual awareness Ability to lead a team Patience, attention to detail and good organisational skills Knowledge of the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety legislation and proceduresNo specific qualifications are required for an editor role.£1345 for a 48 hour weekProducer Highly effective negotiating skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent presentation, pitching and marketing abilities Advanced analytical skills and precise attention to detail Excellent organisational and managerial skills Initiative and problem solving skills Effective leadership and mentoring skills Diplomacy and sensitivity when dealing with partner organisations and colleagues Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines Current knowledge of the relevant legislation, regulations, and associated procedures, including Copyright, Data Protection, Public Liability, etc. and how to comply with regulatory requirements Knowledge of the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety legislation and proceduresNo specific qualifications are required for a producer role, but a degree in a media related subjectmay be useful.£1037 for a 48 hour week Alex Gormley
  2. 2. Runner Runners must be bright, helpful, presentable, and articulate and have basic literacy, numeracy and communication skills It is helpful if they already have an interest in animation and, to get the most out of their time in the job, they need to develop an understanding of the production process Runners must be able to cope under pressure, accept instructions from all quarters, show initiative and problem solving skills, respond quickly to requests and know how to prioritise their tasksNo specific qualifications are required for a runner role.£397 for a 48 hour weekPresenter Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills Performance skills and a clear voice for broadcasting Research and interviewing skills, and an inquisitive nature Awareness of media law The ability to handle stress and make quick decisions under pressure A broad range of interests, including current affairs Knowledge of the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety legislation and procedures People who present are performers. They must understand their audience and be able to engage with them in all circumstancesNo specific qualifications are required for a presenter role.Researcher Must have knowledge of the subject Know how to research and different research methods Able to seek information Knowledge of academic literacy and numeracy Must be enthusiastic Must have self confidence Must be responsibleNo specific qualifications are required for a researcher role, but experience and knowledge ofproduction techniques is required.£729 for a 48 hour week Alex Gormley
  3. 3. Camera person Ability to carry out instructions with great accuracy and attention to detail Ability to frame and compose shots and perform camera moves with precision and speed In-depth knowledge of the principles of camera work Good IT skills Knowledge of the relevant electronics Excellent communication, interpersonal and diplomatic skills Good colour vision, and excellent hand-to-eye co-ordination Physical stamina for working long hours and moving heavy equipment Knowledge of the requirements of the relevant Health and Safety legislation and procedures.No specific qualifications are required for a camera person role since most of the skills come fromhands on experience.£1220 for a 48 hour weekSound person Good knowledge of audio equipment and sound technology Knowledge of the television production process, including camera and lighting techniques Knowledge of management and licensing of radio transmission systems Excellent hearing, concentration and attention to detail Excellent balance, agility and good sense of timing Good communication, interpersonal and team skills Patience, self-discipline and reliability Diplomacy and sensitivity when working with artistes and crew members Knowledge of the requirements of the relevant Health & Safety legislation and proceduresNo specific qualifications are required for a sound person role, but an interest and understanding ofsound is essential.£1301for a 48 hour week Alex Gormley
  4. 4. Director Must have an artistic vision and good creative skills Must be committed and have a passion for film/video making Be a strong, confident leader Be able to make decisions Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are vital Be able to motivate the team Must have an understanding of creative and technical filmmaking processes Able to work long and intensive hours of work The ability to remain calm under pressureFormal qualifications are not necessary to become a director, but specialist training in single andmultiple camera directing is required.£1345 for a 48 hour week Alex Gormley

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