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1.2 employment opportunities

  1. 1. NAME: Abigail Faponle FORM: 11U CREATIVE & MEDIA UNIT 1: SCENE Employment Opportunities 1.2 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 1
  2. 2. Under the following headings, list the jobs that you have researched and learned about so far for specific areas. Also, describe the duties that go with them and possible routes in to this job: MEDIA DUTIES ROUTES IN Producer Performs professional duties  Runner (Bangla TV) such as planning the  Starting the business – (Voice of Africa production, directing, staging free lance radio station) and evaluating  Evidence of further education  Graduate Journalist Covering breaking  Experience (Voice of Africa developments gathering facts,  Runner radio station) conducting interviews and  Further Education - (Bangla TV) writing clear and concise Graduate articles.  (Entry without a degree, HND or foundation degree is possible, but becoming increasingly difficult.) Musician Performs music such as playing  Free lancer (Voice of Africa an instrument or singing.  Apply to producers radio station)  Further Education (Bangla TV) Director Directs the act. Designing,  Experience (Bangla TV) planning and follows duties of  Runner a producer  Further Education Editor Different types:  Apply (Voice of Africa Newspaper/magazine, Puts  Experience radio station) articles together and deals with  Further Education (Bangla TV) public and media relations  Graduate  A degree in publishing/ publishing studies, media/electronic media. VISUAL ARTS DUTIES ROUTES IN Artist Plan and compose drawings  Free lancer (Nettie Horn and illustrations for  Further Education gallery) publications and visual  A presentations. degree/HND/foundatio n degree Director Researching, in charge for  Experience (Nettie Horn shipping, communicating and  Runner gallery) installing.  Further Education 2
  3. 3. Press Releasers Deal with getting gallery or art  Experience (Nettie Horn known, promoting by adverts,  Further Education gallery) online and newsletters. Tour guides Take buyers or tourists around,  Apply for job (Nettie Horn giving tours.  Further Education gallery) PERFORMING DUTIES ROUTES IN ARTS Choreographer Create and arrange original  Experience (Stratford Theatre dances, combining steps and  Further Education Royal) movements to form an artistic whole. Casting Director  Contact Actors  Experience (Stratford Theatre  Hold Auditions  Hired Royal)  Assemble cast  Further Education  Negotiate with actors and agents Dialect Coach  Work with cast  Hired (Stratford Theatre  Work on  Experience Royal) voice/language and  Further Education (Bangla TV) accents (Voice of Africa  Help with voice speech radio station) Composer Creates and writes variety of  Free Lancer (Stratford Theatre original music, also writes for  Apply Royal) commercial media.  Hired  Further Education Stage Manager In charge of production during  Hired (Stratford Theatre actual performance.  Apply Royal)  Further Education  High level of knowledge and experience in theatre practice  University or drama school qualification in stage management. 1. Choose the job above that you are most interested in and explain why it appeals to you: 3
  4. 4. I was interested in the job tasks of a journalist; I love English and researching news and information. It would be exciting to travel to find new and holding interviews for different people I don’t know. 2. Describe the skills that you think may be required to excel at this job and say why they are important. I think you would need to be good with grammar because writing articles consist of neat, readable sentences and words. I think if you want to be a journalist you need to be determined and demanding to find out important facts and statistics that may interest your audience. I also think you need to be self-less because sometimes you need to sacrifice sociable/personal events to go to a scene and report on the event. 3. What are the main Do’s and Don’ts of the job? The main do’s of being a journalist is be punctual and on task, to find out certain information you should research more than once and use successful, trustworthy sources. Another thing is that you should state your sources e.g. websites. The main do not’s of being a journalist is to not make up facts and figures. In certain articles you need to not be bias or add your opinion. Another don’t of being a journalist is not to use it for your own benefit for instance writing an article on a celebrity that’s negative just because you don’t like them. 4. Does the job involve issues of risk and health and safety? Explain. Sometimes you have to go and report on scenes that are dangerous but you’ve just got to handle it and be as safe as you can to ensure that both you and the research are able to report. 5. Is this a very competitive job market? Are there usually many vacancies for such a post? Yes, I believe it is a competitive market many journalists are needed for newspapers or magazines and sometimes websites. It is an exciting, high-paid job that many people are interested in. 4
  5. 5. 6. Are most people in this job free lancers or regular salary workers, or is it balanced? I think that it isn’t balanced, many journalists work for newspapers, magazines, and websites etc. free lancers need their work to be published which is hard in this industry. 7. a) Why do you think that you are right for the job? I think I would be good for the job because I am organised and punctual. I can meet deadlines and I am very serious and determined to get facts that I want and need I can research on any subject and can notice whether I am using a safe source. I can report and write short, precise, relevant articles that interest a target audience. I am also willing to give up my time to do my job. b) Evaluate your readiness for this job. What skills do you need to develop? What other kinds of preparation do you need to make for this job? I need to develop my listening skills in order to get the right information on a subject I also need to prepare to devote most of my time to fulfil my job tasks. Use the grid below to list organisations you know that employ people for this job. If you know the name of anyone who has been a big success at this job, then list his/her/their name(s) in the second column. ORGANISATIONS SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE BBC JONATHON ROSS MTV BASE TREVOR NELSON 5
  6. 6. THE SUN DOMINIC MOHAM ROYAL LONDON THEATRE CHRISTOPHER RICH SOURCES (list the sources from which you gathered your information): http://ww2.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowPage/Home_page/Explore_types_of_jobs/p! elmjX2.prospects.ac.uk 6

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