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Researcher @ Hazel May

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 21 April 2017


A fantastic opportunity for a film fan with research skills to work within a small, friendly office in Soho.

Company info:

Hazel May is a research, editing and production facility based in Soho that produces research materials and films for some of the biggest advertising agencies in the world. Here’s some links to the sorts of mood films we make and ads we source content for, password HM.


To assist in the creation of research materials, mood tapes and adverts. Logging and archiving of media. Production of shot lists & other administrative duties.

Job Skills (essential):

The ability to read and interpret scripts, visualise ideas and interpret metaphors.

A good visual memory.

Strong interest in, and knowledge of, the main forms of visual media (advertising, film, music videos).

Good working knowledge of computers and online research techniques.

Job skills (desirable):

Mac literate.

Knowledge of Google docs / word / excel.

Salary according to age and experience.

We are a very busy company, please only apply via email to this address – - any other submissions will not be considered. Please send over a short paragraph about yourself and your interests as well as any links to any work you may have done that you consider to be relevant.



Runner @ The Edit Store

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 21 April 2017

This is an ideal opportunity for the right person to get their foot in the door.

Training will be given to the person who has the right aptitude.

Key responsibilities:

-Answering the telephone in a professional manner

-Input/update petty cash spreadsheet on excel

-Dealing with incoming and outgoing deliveries

-Organising couriers/taxis

-Ordering stationary and other stock

-Photocopying / Printing scripts

-Liaise with clients

-Filing and other ad hoc duties

-Making and handing out tea, coffee and lunches

-Handling petty cash float

Candidates can send their CV and cover letter to Amin



Production Finance Assistant @ MPC

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 13 April 2017

Production Finance Assistant

London, United Kingdom Contract

Company Description

With offices all over the globe, MPC is one of the world's leading visual effects (VFX) studios, creating award winning, high-end VFX for the film and advertising industries.

MPC Advertising are constantly looking for the best talent in the world, enthusiastic people that come in everyday to be a part of some of the best work in the industry. Our teams throughout our global network of studios, produce creative, visually stunning and technically challenging VFX and digital projects of the highest quality, and we are looking for candidates with a desire to be involved in the success of these projects.

We are looking for a Production Finance Assistant to join our team.

Job Description

Key Responsibilities in this role will include:

-Provide daily support functions to commercial producers and production billing manager.

-Running daily profit and loss reports.

-Pre and post project reporting.

-Prepare weekly / monthly reports on utilisation, brands and productions when requested.

-Month end reporting to assist in the closure.

-Maintaining projects costs and keep updated and managed.

-Provide support and cover when required.


Key skills and experience in this role will include:

-1-2 years administrative/accounts experience required

-Candidate must be confident and have good communication skills.

-Candidate must be able to work to month end deadlines and be able to manage their own workload independently.

-Strong excel skills are preferable.

-Timeliness and accuracy in recording and reporting. 

Please apply here



Production Personnel at Varying Levels @ Carnage

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 20 April 2017

CARNAGE are looking to recruit production personnel at varying levels. Main criteria is a passion for all things automotive.

Please contact with a brief introductory email.



Location Coordinator @ Amazing Space

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 20 April 2017

Amazing Space is one of the UK's leading location providers to the film, photographic and event industries. In 2012, Amazing Space joined forces with Location Partnership to strengthen the service that it offers by combining the practical location management experience of Location Partnership with the specialist property knowledge of Amazing Space.

Amazing Space are looking for a Location Co-ordinator to join our team.

Based in Fitzrovia, we share an office with a group of complimentary companies, Lucky Strike Productions, Production Switchboard, Alternative View Studios and Freelance Directors, making this a small, friendly and creative environment in which to work.

The Role will include:

Scouting and photographing new Locations for the Amazing Space website

Providing location suggestions for Production Companies

Negotiating rates, hours, and filming areas with Location Owners

Contributing to the Amazing Space Instagram

Sending out mail-outs and working on marketing projects

Essential Skills for the Role include:

Excellent communication skills

Friendly and confident phone manner

An interest in architecture and interior design

A good knowledge of London

A passion for the Film Industry

Basic photography skills

Working at Amazing Space will provide you with a great range of contacts from the Production Companies we work with, along with a relationship with Location Scouts and Managers in the Industry.

Please attach a copy of your CV, along with a covering letter telling us a little about yourself and why you would like to work for Amazing Space. We would like our new Location Coordinator to start as soon as possible (ideally in April 2017), and will be holding Interviews within the next two weeks (27/03/17 – 07/04/17).

All applications please go to ‘'



Full Time Runner

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 20 April 2017

Speade are looking for a full-time runner to join our team. This is a great opportunity to become part of Speade’s dynamic, friendly and supportive community.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, proactive individual with:

Good customer service/personable skills - your main focus will be ensuring that all clients have a brilliant experience during their time spent at Speade. Therefore, an ability to get on with everyone and predict peoples needs is key in securing the position.

Good organisational skills, time management and responsibility.

Initiative and a flexibility to cope with the demands and time pressure of the job.

An interest in cinema/film, music and advertising with good research skills.

It is essential that you have a genuine interest in offline editing as we see this as a starter role with the scope to progress within the company.

Runner duties will involve:

Representing the face of Speade.

Providing high standards of support and assistance for clients and members of staff.

Responsibility for maintaining office and edit suites.

Providing meals/refreshments for staff & clients.

Delivering drives and other materials locally.

Liaising with suppliers and managing petty cash.

Working overtime when required.

Salary TBC.

All applications to with "Runner Application" in the subject please.



3D Animator Needed for 5 Days @ Armoury

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 27 March 2017

Armoury is looking for a talented 3D animator to work on a charity job next week; W/C 27th March for 5 days.

The project is for 'The Syria Campaign'. A great opportunity to work on a great cause and create an interesting and thought provoking piece of content. It is paid but due to to the nature of charity film budgets, the rate is low. But one for the showreel!

Please contact with your CV if you would like to be involved.



Camera Operator @ Nash Studio

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 01 April 2017

Nash Studio is a premiere casting space based in the heart of London situated just outside Leicester Square. Nash works with the industries top production companies, directors, casting directors, producers and talent in TV, Film and Commercials.

Job Description:

Nash is currently looking for a tech savvy and enthusiastic individual to be a full time camera operator in our busy London studio.


You are resourceful, comfortable around a video camera, able to multi task, and have a pin-sharp focus. You are always the one who arrives early and when needed finishes late. You are adaptable and quick to learn existing workflows and can think of work arounds if things go wrong. Handling a number of different tasks at the same time is never a problem and you're not one to crack under pressure.

You have experience working a camera, perhaps you're a recent production graduate looking for their first job in the industry? A first hand knowledge of the casting room would be a bonus but if not, a willingness to learn is important. On top of this you have that special ‘something,' the willingness to learn and a commitment to your job. You have an ability to deal with people from all walks of life and people are drawn to your friendly, well presented appearance.

You know your way around a Mac and you are comfortable with Quicktime capturing and Media encoding. A basic ability with iMovie is great but not essential. You are sociable and helpful not only to colleagues, but to all who come your way.

Film and Tv are important to you ( you'll be recording auditions for a lot of it) and you have some understanding/interest in how casting works.


Camera Operator

• Recording, Encoding and Uploading casting sessions to various FTP sites.

• Managing mini dv tape back ups of all casting sessions.

• Taking down time codes while recording sessions

• Using Fast Capture and Casting Networks to capture and share casting sessions.

• Liaising with external companies E.g. Production companies, Casting offices, etc.

• Liaising with Studio Administrator to maintain studio supplies E.g. tapes, screens, bulbs, etc..

• Management and maintenance of our casting rooms, tapes and list archive


• Comfortable using SONY HDV DV Cameras & Bowen Studio Lights.

• Comfortable using encoding software like MPEG Streamclip, Adobe Media Encoder, Sorenson etc...

• Comfortable using Quicktime to capture.

• Comfortable using Sennheiser Boom microphones.

• Experienced MAC user.

• Experience using Fast Capture and Casting Networks to capture and share casting sessions a HUGE bonus but not essential.

Employment Full Time (min 40 hours ). 6 Month contract leading to renewal or permanent.

Apply Please send your CV and a short cover note explaining why you would be the best choice for the role with subject heading: CAMERA OPERATOR 2017 Closing date for applications 1st April 2017



Creative Technical Assistant/Runner @ Studio Sixty Billion

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 31 March 2017

Creative Technical Assistant/Runner

Location: London Applications Close: Friday 31st March

Studio Sixty Billion is a creative production company that specialises in comedy entertainment, online content and commercials. One of our major commissions is a weekly TV comedy news show.


A good working knowledge and confident in use of Photoshop, Premiere, Keynote, Excel and Wordpress. Final Cut, Illustrator, InDesign and other Adobe CS experience also useful.

Basic writing skills

Be competent operating cameras, basic grips and sound kit


Assisting Production, Research and Creative departments with pitches and director’s treatments.

Creating funny, topical social media content

Basic Ad-hoc IT support for the team

Editing, uploading and optimising videos for YouTube.

Setting up new starters and freelancers with email addresses

Keeping a log of and managing our various software licenses

Updating website and showreels, filming, and editing casting cut downs, and making production documents

Covering for the office manager/runner when required


Creative contributor with some directing experience

Ability to work quickly and efficiently under pressure

Flexibility: Able to work late or weekends as work requires

Immediate start and salary according to age and experience

Please and send your CV and covering letter to by Friday 31st March



Film & TV Assistant @ LUX Artists

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 19 April 2017

LUX Artists are looking for an Assistant in their Film and Television Department

This will be an exciting opportunity for an Assistant who is looking for a new challenge or the chance to grow within an exciting, dynamic agency who specialise in Heads of Department. LUX represents Directors of Photography, Editors, Production Designers, and Costume Designers in Film, Television, Commercials and Music Videos.

This role offers a great opportunity for someone who has a genuine interest in the Film & Television production industry, who wants stability and permanent employment with the ability for growth within the company.

Working alongside the Agents within the UK Film and Television department at LUX, your responsibilities will include but not limited to:

-Supporting the agents within the UK Film and TV department

-Answering and fielding telephone and email enquiries

-Sending scripts to clients and arranging meetings with production

-Reading scripts

-Keeping the clients diaries up to date

-Abreast of forthcoming Film and Television projects in the market

Further details about the position:

• To start ASAP

• The role is based in the LUX office, central London

• Candidate must have excellent communication and organisational skills as well as a meticulous attention to detail

• Experience of Mac essential along with Word, Outlook and Excel

• Experience in the Film/Television or Commercials/Music Video industry is preferable, but not essential

If you think you’re the right person for the job please email:



Film & TV Agent @ LUX Artists

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 19 April 2017

This will be an exciting opportunity for an Agent who is looking for a new challenge or the chance to grow within an exciting agency. We would also consider an experienced Agent’s Assistant already doing many Agent duties, or perhaps someone working in Production who is keen to work in a new, dynamic agency who specialise in Heads of Department. LUX represents Directors of Photography, Editors, Production Designers, and Costume Designers in Film, Television, Commercials and Music Videos.

This role offers a great opportunity for someone who has a genuine interest in the Film & Television production industry but who wants stability, permanent employment with the ability for growth within the company.

Working alongside the Senior Agent/Company Director for UK Film and Television your responsibilities will include but not limited to:

-Submitting clients for Feature Films and TV dramas

-Negotiating Deals/Contracts for clients

-Reading scripts

-Communicating regularly with clients and producers

-Keeping abreast of forthcoming projects in the market

Further details about the position:

• To start ASAP

• The role is full time and based in the LUX office, central London

• 3 years experience in an Agency or production company as Production Manager or Production Coordinator

• Candidate will need to have excellent communication and organisational skills as well as a meticulous attention to detail

• Experience of Mac essential

If you think you’re the right person for the job please email:



Assistant @ Wizzo & Co.

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 19 April 2017

Assistant required for one year contract at Wizzo & Co.

The role will support all areas of the agency and report to the MD - a broad knowledge of production is essential.

Strong interpersonal as well as administrative skills are essential, as is the ability to think independently.

Please send a CV and covering letter to



Motion Designers @ Art & Graft

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 19 April 2017

Art&Graft are looking for exceptional motion designers to join our growing in-house team.

Highly motivated and ambitious, you’ll have a keen eye for detail and the skills to bring your ideas to life. A confident all-rounder that enjoys collaborating on exciting projects as part of a super-talented and tight-knit creative team.

Salary : Negotiable dependent on skill and experience.

Art&Graft is an independent design & animation production studio based in London.

We’re an award-winning team of highly skilled design specialists and producers crafting insightful visual communication across narrative, campaign and branding projects.

Please send your CV, portfolio/showrell and a short cover letter detailing your suitability for the role to

No agencies or recruiters please.



Department Assistant @ Pulse Films

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 19 April 2017

What we are looking for?

Pulse are looking to find an assistant to ensure the effective and efficient running of the Commercials and Music department. The role will suit an excellent communicator who is systems orientated with exceptional organisational skills, a keen eye for detail and who has the ability to multitask. This would be an ideal job for someone wanting to eventually progress into a Producer role. Assistant experience and knowledge of the broader commercials landscape is helpful but not essential. The below list of duties outlines the core responsibilities of the role but at times it may be necessary to help with things not set out below.

Commercials & Music Department Assistant duties will include (but are not limited to) –

• PA to the MD of Commercials and Music

• Diary Management for senior staff and Directors

• General POC for the department

• Booking international and domestic travel for the department

• Managing, organising and budgeting internal and external events

• Awards management; monitoring and submitting to industry awards

• Proof reading treatments; for which good grammar is required

• File management of both soft and hard copies of various contracts, scripts and other important documents

• Raising PO’s and managing the department PMI

• Processing expenses and reconciling monthly Credit Card statements

Please send your CV through to, subject line: Commercials & Music Assistant




  • Location: London
  • Applications close 06 April 2017

Wave Studios is an award winning audio Post Production Company based in Soho. We are looking for a bright, friendly, outgoing person to join our front of house team.

The successful candidate should be a people person with a warm nature and be well organized.

Please email CV’s and a covering letter to no later than 6 April 2017.

Salary: Dependent on experience.

Start Date: Immediate (Full time)

Applications close: 6 April 2017
(Previous applicants need not apply)



Studio Administrator @ Nash Studio

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 01 April 2017

Nash Studio is a premiere casting space based in the heart of London situated just outside Leicester Square. Nash works with the industries top production companies, directors, casting directors, producers and talent in TV, Film and Commercials. 

Job Description:

Nash is currently looking for an energetic and enthusiastic individual to be the studio administrator in our busy London studio. 


You are resourceful, have great organisational and administration skills, and have a pin-sharp focus. You are always the one who arrives early and when needed finishes late. Untidy desks irritate you. Handling a number of different tasks at the same time is never a problem.

Preferably you have experience in a busy office environment, first hand knowledge of casting is a HUGE bonus but if not, a willingness to learn is important . On top of this you have that special ‘something’ that no curriculum can teach, the willingness to learn and commitment to your job. You have an ability to deal with people from all walks of life and people are drawn to your friendly, well presented appearance.

You know your way around a Mac and you can handle Excel, Word, Powerpoint/Keynote without training. You are sociable and helpful not only to colleagues, but to all who come our way

Film and Tv are important to you ( you'll be facilitating auditions for a lot of it) and you have some understanding/interest in how casting works. 


Reception management

• Making sure the reception runs smoothly, efficiently and is kept presentable

• Keeping supplies stocked

• Answering the phone

• Meet and look after visiting clients and talent

• Liaising with external companies E.g. Production companies, Actors Agents, Freelancers, Casting offices, etc.

• Ordering and maintaining office supplies

• Assistance in maintaining the office IT systems

• Managing incoming and outgoing deliveries

• Sourcing and ordering various items required by MD's for castings. 


• Assisting the 3 Managing Director's (MD) and Accounts team with general office administration

• Assisting the 3 MD's with financial bookkeeping and record keeping

• Managing the Studio’s diary, booking appointments

• Manage the general company email account

• Manage company travel arrangements

• Assisting teams with requests for music ordering, labeling and cataloguing

• Oversee the management and maintenance of our casting session tapes and list archive

Employment Full Time (min 40 hours ). 6 Month contract leading to renewal or permanent.

Reward  £20,000 per annum + Overtime 

Apply Please send your CV and a short cover note explaining why you would be the best choice for the role   with subject heading: STUDIO ADMINISTRATOR 2017 Closing date for applications 1st April 2017



Junior/Middleweight Producer @ Lonelyleap

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 14 April 2017

Lonelyleap is a collaborative, transatlantic team of strategists, directors, cinematographers, designers, and producers. Our films are based on human truths. They communicate at a deep level: stimulating intelligence, feeding curiosity and inspiring action.

We now have an opportunity for a talented Junior/ Middleweight Producer to join our team in our Deptford office in London, on a fixed term contract.

We are looking for a producer who has worked in a similar production company, has brand/agency experience producing stunning high end documentary, brand, corporate and commercial films. The emphasis will be on leading new projects from pitching stages through to completion/delivery.

The main priorities for the role are:

  • Meeting with clients/potential clients to discuss their video needs
  • Being the main point of contract for clients on your own projects
  • Budget creation and reconciliation ensuring you meet set targets
  • Scheduling and resourcing all of your own projects
  • Attending shoots - national and international travel
  • Overseeing all post production on projects
  • Managing final delivery of films to clients

Essential skills:

  • Solid experience at a production company and/or agency
  • Providing producer expertise for new clients and in pitches for new business
  • A solid knowledge and understanding of current production and post processes
  • Strong budgeting skills
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Pro-active, well organised and dynamic personality
  • Good knowledge of content production, including scheduling/budgeting, knowing what is achievable
  • Experience producing commercials or corporate communications

We offer:

  • Competitive salary and holiday allowance
  • A comfortable working environment (standing desks and break out spaces)
  • A great company culture including company nights out
  • Great coffee, a great selection of teas, fruit and snacks

Please send cover letter, CV and salary expectations to Please title all application emails ‘Junior/ Middleweight Producer – London’.

Interviews to be held in March with a view to start as soon as possible.

Please note, that due to the volume of applications we will only contact successful candidates.



Equipment Booker @ ProLighting London

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 13 April 2017

ProLighting London is currently looking for a full-time Equipment Booker to join their growing lighting & digital bookings team.

ProLighting was established in 2006 and has been growing rapidly ever since. We specialise in photographic and moving image equipment rental.

Essential Skills

– Previous experience in a similar position within the industry or previous experience with lighting equipment in a professional environment

– Professionalism when liaising with clients at all levels

– A highly organised approach to tasks and excellent attention to detail

Desired Skills

– Knowledge of professional DSLR / medium format camera systems

– Knowledge of professional video equipment / grip

– Knowledge of on-set electrical systems

Your main duties will include:

– Liaising with photographers, production companies and agencies via email and phone

– Compiling equipment lists and quotes

– Liaising with studio and warehouse teams to ensure smooth operations

Full training will be given.

Position available immediately, salary TBD depending on experience.

Please send a CV and a short cover note to:

Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.



In-House Junior Producer

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 13 April 2017


Radical Media -

RadicalMedia Ltd. are looking for an enthusiastic, creative junior producer to join their team in Shoreditch.

We are searching for an optimistic and confident individual. someone who has some bidding experience but at the same time can help with everything else required in a small team and day to day office tasks.

Your role will include but is not restricted to;

-Collaborating with producers in creative development, pitches & presentations

-Working with our roster of directors to support their work by creating bespoke reels and assisting the research and lay-out designs for treatments

-Supporting the research team on longer evolving projects

-Working closely with the producers on our ongoing projects & shoots

-Assisting producers in booking and sourcing locations, crew and equipment

-Working with the production team, attending pre-production meetings, potential shoots on location and assisting the producer during post production and the wrap

-Leasing with the accounts department

-Supporting the general day to day runnings of the office; meeting & greeting clients, dealing with petty cash, ad-hock tasks, booking taxis, couriers & flights, setting up meeting rooms, keeping the office stocked and presentable etc…

Please address your covering letter to Beanie and send to along with your CV. We apologise in advance but due to the volume of applicants only those who are successful will be contacted.

** Ideally we would love someone who has previous experience in production and who is able to start asap. We look forward to hearing from you.



International Sales Producer - UK & Ireland

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 13 April 2017

Picture Perfect Opportunity for an experienced London-based Commercials Producer to win work to shoot in Spain.

Our successful candidate will be results orientated, competitive, client focused and a proven deliverer. You will have previously worked as an executive producer / producer for TV commercials and have established relationships with decision makers at UK commercial production companies, agencies and brands that are regularly shooting abroad. We are looking for someone aligned with our company values, and who demonstrates these at all times.

Key responsibilities:

• Win work to shoot in Spain.

• Develop new contacts and strengthen existing relationships (in line with our Customer Relationship Management process).

• Strategically target key decision makers across territories; brands, agencies and production companies.

• Build and deliver market strategy for UK and Ireland.

• Drive awareness of Palma Pictures’ products and offerings in the UK and Irish markets.

• Secure weekly volume of sales contacts within the UK & Ireland.

• Maintain a constant presence in the UK and Ireland through client meetings and sales trips.

• Deliver professional budgets in response to clients’ briefs.

• Liase closely with our production, bidding and visuals departments.

• Clear and thorough handover of all confirmed projects to production team.

• Post shoot de-briefs with clients.

• A strong awareness of all aspects of the UK and Irish TV commercials markets. Feedback to HQ with UK centric industry news.

• Develop and progress marketing initiatives and concepts within the UK and Ireland.

• Attend key functions (company parties and industry events).

Key skills:

• Thorough understanding and experience of sales processes and making business deals. Ability to close and complete deals and agreements 
 • Ability to manage relationships pro-actively within and across teams, internally and externally. 

• Expert knowledge of advertising production procedures, especially bidding. 

• Well-connected and respected in the industry. 

• Language skills: English. Excellent spoken and written communication skills. 

• Knowledge of Spain and its great variety of locations is desirable. An understanding of global shooting hubs is beneficial. 

• Strong organizational skills and good time management. You will be able to work alone, at distance, but at the same time you will 
recognize yourself as part of a team. 

• Adept social skills. You will enjoy attending industry events and meeting new people, as well as one-on-one meetings. 

• Flexibility. Able to react quickly to clients’ demands. 

• Able to handle stress, conflict & pressure. 

Palma Pictures and our offer:

Palma Pictures offers productions services throughout Spain for TV commercials, photo productions, digital content, film and TV projects. We have a full-time staff of almost 50 people and an international sales team in Europe, Asia and North America.

• A fixed monthly retainer and a generous incentive scheme.

• Training, professional development and support.

• Travel to our offices in Mallorca and Barcelona.

Applications to:

Please ensure that you outline how your experience meets the above criteria in your cover letter. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.



Music Supervisor / Producer @ Adelphoi Music

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 21 April 2017

Adelphoi Music is one of Europe's leading music agencies based in the heart of Covent Garden, London. We are looking for an exceptional music supervisor/producer to join our team and to help us grow into the greatest music agency in the world.

So what do we do?

We have a team of award winning producers and composers that create, find and license music and sound design for the worlds of advertising, broadcast, events, interactive and film.

What do we need?

We are looking for someone who knows and is passionate about music, is a great communicator and an organisation guru.


• Managing a client list and ensuring that Adelphoi is their preferred supplier

• Full production of all acquired projects

• Daily sales activity

• Budget creation and management

• Working to financial and sales targets

• Identifying and cultivating new revenue streams

• Client hospitality and promotional events


• A broad knowledge and understanding of music and how it's made

• An established book of contacts for people in at least one of the advertising / TV / film / gaming industries

• Strong presentation skills

• Great communication skills

• A passion for meeting new people and building relationships

• A keen eye for detail

• Excellent levels of diplomacy and problem solving

• Ambitious, organised, inquisitive and driven

Salary + commission and benefits Full-time, permanent position

Closing date: 21st April, 2017

Please send your covering letter and CV to: using 'Music Supervisor/Producer 2017' as the subject heading.

NB. You may be a musician and a producer of music but this is not a role for composers and engineer/producers of bands.

Unfortunately due to the high volume of applications, we are only able to respond to successful candidates



Agent for Costume & Make Up at Wizzo & Co (Maternity Cover)

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 12 April 2017

Maternity Cover: Wizzo & Co

Maternity cover required for Agent role looking after Costume Designers and Hair & Make Up Designers.

Experience in production and day to day working knowledge of Costume Designers/Hair & Make Up Designers role within production required.

Please send CV and covering letter to

Successful applicants only will be contacted and invited in to interview.



Red Hat Financial Recruiters

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 07 April 2017

RedHat are financial recruiters for the Media Sector. We find, recruit, and build finance teams for some of the best agencies in the industry and have an unrivalled understanding of the market. We've been working with many of our clients since RedHat was founded 15 years ago and we are in constant touch with industry relevant candidates. We have a lot to offer, so whether you have Temporary, Contract or Permanent requirements from junior roles up to CFO, come and talk to us.



Paid Internship

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 07 April 2017

Biscuit Filmworks is looking for an enthusiastic intern to join the team for a three month placement. Our interns will share the responsibilities of a variety of different roles within the commercial production industry assisting both sales and production departments. Candidates need to be organised, responsible, motivated and good at multi tasking.

Biscuit Filmworks is a Commercial Production company based in the heart of Shoreditch – with offices in New York and Los Angeles.

Our interns are important members of our team and crucial for helping to ensure the smooth running of our office.

What We’re Looking For?

• Someone who is ambitious, passionate, and creatively inclined.

• An enthusiastic quick thinker with great initiative

• A level-head and positive outlook

• Someone that is more than happy to get their hands a little dirty

• A keen eye for organization and problem solving

• A real passion for commercial production!

Technical knowledge of Final Cut Studio, Indesign, Photoshop, DSLR cameras and Keynote is a bonus but not essential. The successful candidate may be required to lock up the office.

This is a paid internship. We greatly encourage applicants from all backgrounds, this is an entry level position. If this sounds like you or someone you know, please send your CV and a short covering letter to



Technology and Innovation Lead @ UNRULY

  • Location: London
  • Applications close 07 April 2017

WANTED: A time traveller from the distant future with unmatched skills in technomancy.

As our guide to the future of tech you must have a strong technical background and have a burning desire to be first to know EVERYTHING about the latest developments in hardware, software and consumer tech trends; and how these relate and combine to create the cutting edge world of tomorrow’s consumer tech.

As our Technology guru, you will need to be comfortable sourcing, developing, maintaining and upgrading complex infrastructure systems as well as helping to source and being responsible for implementing new tech platforms and products.

You need to have working knowledge in scripting, hardware maintenance and infrastructure management in order to score big time in your application.

It goes without saying that your organization and communication skills have to be great, your processes need to be reliable and scalable and your technological sense of smell needs to be epic.

We are looking for a true team player with clear vision but no ego and someone who is open to receive constant feedback; turning it into better and more flexible outputs.

In this role you’ll work with a team of highly talented Infrastructure, Design and Marketing people (all very good eggs). If you feel ready to join a great company with a global footprint and a start-up feel, we’d love to learn what makes you Unruly!

Benefits: Private health care plan, iPhone or Android phone, Cycle to Work scheme, childcare vouchers, season ticket loan. There are monthly bowling nights, weekly deliveries of pastries, beer, and fruit… occasional poker nights and an annual Unruly Festival. Plus we spend way too much time watching and sharing the most awesome videos on the web.

About the Role: Mission

Your mission will be to:

● Work in collaboration with the Futurist on the Future Video Lab tech systems and the Unruly IT team to make sure it integrates seamlessly with Unruly initiatives.

● Research, test and implement impressive and relevant new technologies as well as search new ways to combine existing technologies in the Unruly offices.

● Work with the team to deliver a client experience that exceeds their expectations and leaves them feeling Enlightened, Amazed and Entertained.

● Offering technical expertise and support to the Futurist when managing relationships with new and exciting innovators who are shaping the future of brand tech

● Support the creation of efficient, robust and scalable processes and systems for Unruly FVL and other projects in both local offices and industry events.

● Deliver ‘Plan B Support’ knowledge sharing and training with the Infrastructure Team so technical questions and problems can be resolved throughout the team.

About the Role: Key Relationships

● Infrastructure Team

● Design Team

● Marketing Team

● Sales Team

About the Role: Key Requirements

● Project Infrastructure: full knowledge of all connectivity within the London Tech space and keeping a black book of contacts to contact in the event that any of these might break down, or need to be modified.

● Installation of Products: Receive tech products which will be featured within our Project and 'plug them in' to the network so that they can perform their function. This might be a stand alone product or connected to a wider platform.

● Creating Tech Solutions: Certain aspects of the project might not be simply 'out of the box' solutions. The Tech Lead will be able to write code or create a connective solution. The Tech Lead will be able to build such a solution, if necessary, by bringing several separate components together to create a single solution. This may require them doing research, contacting and talking to providers who can help towards such a solution.

● Product Testing: Able to test certain products, such as VR Headsets or AR enabled Tablets and familiarise themselves with their functionality, assisting the Futurist and suggesting exciting and relevant ways to demonstrate these products and their softwares.

● Product Updates and App Installations: loading new apps and experiences onto products.

● Product Guideline Specifications: Some products have specific manufacturer guidelines which must be adhered to in our projects. The Tech Lead will study these guidelines and learn how to demonstrate the product accordingly, then help the Futurist to train other Unrulies on how to use them. This may require their producing clear written instructions to share with the teams.

● Presentation Creation: The Tech Lead needs to design a voice activated, possibly Alexa based system, which can switch between a variety of video clips.

● Product Keeper and Guardian: Responsible for the security and safe keeping, receipt, delivery and collection of the products for the project, keeping a listed itinerary of all items that we hold.

● Compatibility: Assist the Futurist in terms of ongoing choices of future tech which may be under consideration to be featured within the project, advising on their suitability and compatibility with the existing experience.

● Purchasing, Receipt and Delivery of Items: Assist in the purchase of tech and products for projects, making and receiving orders, and implementing those items into the projects, feeding back to the Futurist on the progress with each stage.

● Maintenance: Make regular, at least weekly checks of the products in the projects, to ensure that they are all functioning correctly.

● Keep it Fresh!: Able to keep up to date with the latest developments in world of IoT and connected/ smart products and suggest to the Futurist ways in which we can keep the project experience as current and leading edge as possible. This may include suggesting new products and new ways to connect products in our projects.

About You: Experience

You must have:

● Demonstrated superb experience developing:

○ Infrastructure systems that are efficient and flexible

○ New applications and integration between current and experimental technologies

● Demonstrate Experience with

○ Internet of things

○ AI, self-driving, drones, connected gadgets

○ Data visualisation.

● Demonstrate understanding of:

○ Internet and web technologies

○ Version control.

○ UX principles

About You: Skills

You must be:

● Able to create unforgettable experiences that will integrate tech and Unruly storytelling

● Visionary sense that will identify emergent trends and how they will be applied in medium to long term.

● An excellent communicator with good attention to detail, able to communicate effectively both in person and in writing

● Able to approach systematically diagnosing unfamiliar technical issues

● Ability to translate complex technical ideas into intuitive experiences

About You: Behaviour

You must be:

● Flexible - able to embrace change and adapt to changing requirements and priorities

● A team player - able to buy ideas as your own and deliver a WOW result

● Technically Agnostic - not attached to any specific platforms or brands, able to evaluate new ideas based on merit.

● Passionate - interested in the latest technologies and trends

● Confident - able to clearly express your ideas in discussions

● Sociable - You must know a couple of good jokes

About You: Education & Qualifications

● Honours-level degree or equivalent preferred (University of Life also counts) The WOW factor!

We'd love it if you:

● Are already plugged into the UK IoT community

● Have previous knowledge of real-estate digital media

● Are a dab hand with a soldering iron

● Experience setting up / maintaining servers

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

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