Camera Operator Ftc Jobs Vacancy at British Sky Broadcasting Group London
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Camera Operator Ftc Jobs Vacancy at British Sky Broadcasting Group London Jobs Details:
We’re part of Europe’s leading entertainment company, with over 23 million customers across seven countries. We make life easier by entertaining and connecting people. It’s a genuine team effort. That’s why we want talented people, like you, to join us and help make the future happen.
This is an exciting opportunity to join Sky Production Services. “We're looking for a new member for our Camera team, to operate all cameras in a variety of configurations on recorded and live programming across all of SPS output. This will include semi-robotic and fully-robotic studio installations, and may also include OB, PSC and Handheld work.” – Paul Herron, Camera Team Leader The perks As a valued member of Sky, you’ll benefit from an excellent pension scheme and 25 days paid annual leave. As if that’s not enough, our impressive Osterley campus boasts endless restaurants, on-site cinema, on-site gym, and much more to make your experience with us even more enjoyable.
To find out more about working with us, search #LifeatSky on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram. Your key responsibilities: As part of the Camera team, you will significantly contribute to the effective and efficient technical delivery of productions, servicing the requirements of all Sky and some third party channels, using the resources of SPS. - Operate all cameras in a variety of configurations, on recorded and live programming across all of Sky TV, including – but not limited to - studios, locations, OBs and handheld work. - Operate semi-robotic and fully-robotic cameras to broadcast standard - Rig and de-rig camera kit, carry out routine maintenance - First line fault-finding on all camera and associated equipment.
- Strive for high levels of delivery, best practice and Sky behaviours in all operational work - Comply with Sky’s Health & Safety policy manual, and Sky Production Studios specific Statement of Arrangements policy in relation to Health & Safety. Your skills: - Thorough understanding of the craft, theory and terminology of camera operation in multi-camera set-ups. - Operational awareness in live television multi-camera productions of all genres, including studio, location, OB and handheld work. - Experience across a range of genres - Positive, proactive operator who works well in a team.
- A strong work ethic, with a willingness to get involved in all aspects of the department when required. - An awareness of costs and appreciation of seeking value for money. - Well informed and up to date on broadcast developments and production processes. Ready to work in a dynamic environment alongside talented people who take pride in delivering great results?
If you are successful in your application for this role, your appointment will be subject to receiving a positive outcome from your Criminal Record Check. Believe in better #LI-Content