Different Types Of Job Summeries


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Different Types Of Job Summeries

  1. 1. Job Summary 1Job Title: Teacher: DramaDescription: • Teaches drama, movement and mime, usually in secondary schools. • Plans courses which help pupils to develop imagination and self-expression. • May produce plays and videos. • Prepares students for GCSEs/S grades, A levels/H grades, and other qualifications. • Sets and marks exams. • Gives advice and guidance to students and their parents, attends meetings, and helps with clubs, societies and outings.What skills? • Good at acting • Good with children • Produce plays and videos • Able to control/teach a handful classQualificationsNeeded? You have to pass an audition, you will need a degree, good GCSE’s A levels/H grades
  2. 2. Job Summary 2Job Title: Presenter: Radio and TVDescription: • The work may be in a studio or out on location. People who regularly take part in sport. Works with people, from beginners to experts, helping to develop their ability and enjoyment. • Arranges training programmes, corrects errors, gives advice and encouragement, and attends competitions. • Usually teaches one sport, but could teach a range. • Needs a sensitive approach when dealing With competitors who are nervous. • May combine competing, administration and development with coachingWhat skills? Knowledge of film and TV and experience, imagination, communication, is a people person, good levels in English, knowing what’s going on around the world so your give your listeners’ information about what’s going on.QualificationsNeeded? Degrees, good levels in English, A levels, GCSE’s
  3. 3. Job Summary 3Job Title: Film/TV DirectorDescription: • You usually work irregular hours and are likely to work evenings and weekends. • The job may involve travel. You may need to spend nights away from home.What skills? • Creates the overall style, look and sound of a film or TV programme. • Understands the technical side of production, and knows what everyone does. • Coordinates the work of the actors and technical crew. • Responsible for casting, script editing and shot selection. • Directs the cameras, sound and lighting operators, actors and designers, and works with the film or video editors. • May also act as producer for the film or programme. • Keeps within a budget. • Knowledge of film and TV, enthusiasm and experienceQualificationsNeeded? degrees, good levels in English, A levels, GCSE’s
  4. 4. Job Summary 4Job Title: Journalist: MagazineDescription: • Usually works basic office hours; Monday to Friday. • Late nights and weekend work are needed at times and usually before deadlines. • Travel is usually needed during the working day. • Also works on feature films, animation or documentaries. • Works on own original ideas or for a commissioned work. • Researches, plans and drafts scripts before showing them to producers or a production company. • Once accepted, a lot of time is spent rewriting the script to meet the needs of the production. •What skills? Talent and imagination are more important. Good English skills, good at searching the right type of source, willing to search a story, taking good photos,QualificationsNeeded? Many screenwriters also have a degree. You need English GCSE, A level also a degree Job Summary 5
  5. 5. Job Title: Graphic designerDescription: • You usually work a 37-39-hour week; Monday to Friday, but may sometimes have to work longer hours to meet deadlines. • You work in a studio or office, but may sometimes visit clients and printers.What skills? • Creates designs, putting together images, text and colour for a wide range of uses such as advertising, education, leisure and communication. • Follows the clients instructions (the brief) about the type of design needed, the target audience, cost and timescale. • Develops the brief through research, then produces sketches and ideas for the client to choose from. • Uses computers and different software packages to create designs for many things - magazines, newspapers, CDs, book covers, TV, film and packaging. • Prepares the layout of the design, positioning words, pictures, patterns and so on. • Provides the final artwork for the printer, often on CD. • You need a lot of talent and an excellent portfolioQualificationsNeeded? You need to do a full-time course, such as a degree, A levels, GCSE’s Job Summary 6
  6. 6. Job Title: Fashion DesignerDescription: • Working hours are around 39 a week, though you may work longer hours when preparing for shows. • You can work in a studio, but travel around to meet clients, and to attend fashion shows and exhibitions.What skills? • Creates designs for clothes using artistic talent and technical knowledge. • Works out ideas by sketching them out, or using a computer. • Chooses materials and colours, and may copy or adapt other peoples ideas. • May specialise in designs such as menswear, lingerie, sportswear or childrens clothes. • Tries out designs by pinning material on a live model or dummy. • Works as part of a team with fashion buyers and other professionals. • You usually need to show a portfolio of your workQualifications Most fashion designers do a full-time courseNeeded? such as a higher national award (HNC/D) or degree, A levels, GCSE’s