Thanks to our 2011 graduate Liam Juniper who works at MediaCity in Salford as a BBC Studio Director, News Group Production Operations (Audio Group), about Studio Manager jobs in audio. These roles will provide technical operation, alongside Studio Directors, for a range of News and Sport output – broadcast in the UK and across the World. Closing date 20th March 2016. Liam said:We’re in the process of recruiting some Studio Managers to help out with a busy summer in London and Salford. These aren’t trainee posts so the applicants will need to have some experience of being involved in live radio, if successful the applicants will be offered a 10-month fixed term contract. Click on the link here to apply and find more details. If any students or volunteers are interested and would like some advice then feel free to contact me. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincoln School of Film & Media and the University’s Careers & Enterprise have posted a PAID 4-month (April-July) job opportunity from theForestry Commission. ‘Forest Live‘ Marketing Support promote the Forestry Commission’s programme of concerts this summer – covering Dalby Forest (Yorkshire) and Sherwood Pines Forest (Nottinghamshire). The successful applicant, based in Yorshire, will be promoting Guy Garvey, John Newman, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott and the Kaiser Chiefs amongst others. You will focus on digital marketing and local marketing through businesses close to the forests in order to increase sales and awareness of the programme. You must have a full driving license and will need access to a car, so if you’re interested read this Forest Live Marketing Support Job Specification_2016 pdf document. If need be our students and graduates can contact Helen McCarron at the Uni’s Careers team for more details and/or support with your application for this role HMcCarron@lincoln.ac.uk.
Deadline: 6th March | Interviews: Friday 18th March at Dalby Forest (North Yorks) Applications are by email | Any questions then call Josephine Lavelle on 07979 513 343.
New Media Lincs has TWO jobs, camera set-up & vision mixing live video streaming in Lincoln AND film editing based in Retford, for students or graduates.Interested? Please contact Hazel Donnelly at New Media Lincs ASAP: email@example.com | 07860435026
Job 1 with Blueprint Film: “This year we’ve got a regular job setting up cameras and vision mixing a live video stream of indoor bowls to go out to betting agencies. We’d be willing to pay £50 per day to make it worthwhile. Continue reading →
Remember that LSM graduates can get free employability advice from University of Lincoln Careers for up to 3 years after graduating. Here’s the Careers & Employability site and you can follow @UoLCareers.
LSM’s Senior Academic Subject Librarian Faye Cleminson wanted to flag this job opportunity to our graduating students or recent alumni interested in a 12-month fixed paid internship.The University of Lincoln’s new Library Events and Media Intern “will work closely with staff from the Academic Subject Librarian and Customer Services teams to develop and deliver a variety of events and media content, designed to increase students’ awareness and use of the Library and its services.” The closing date is 15 June 2014. You can read the job details here and you’ll need to apply online.Good luck and let us know if you are successful! You can see other job and career opportunities on the University’s site.
Hannah Agutter, LSM Media Production Level 3 student, invites you to the second Creative Networking Event in Lincoln for students and alumni.
The event’s by Slamming Door Productions (Hannah is the Producer) and Electrical Tape (LSM alumni Nathan Dean, Stephen Fisher and Samuel Clarke). They say it’s “THE chance for creative people to meet other creative people in Lincoln.” Register here!
LSM 2007 graduates Zoe Easey and Will King from Epix Media will be going to the event. They said “we’re hiring!” for a full-time junior web developer and a graphic designer. More on Epix Media’s site here.
The Altered partnership is recruiting a new Curator, which will be a 1-year freelance paid contract. The Curator will lead the artistic direction and management of a one year touring programme of artworks around several or more of Lincolnshire’s parish churches. The closing date’s 5pm on 31 March 2014.
‘This post will not be salaried. There will be a set fee for project delivery, which will include all travel, sustenance, labour, communications and material expenses. The maximum fee available for this is £10,000; to be paid in agreed installments. The outputs and outcomes of the project may be delivered by either an individual or company. Continue reading →
Hello I’m Simon Owen. I studied Media Production back in 2002-2005. Well, I am now the proud owner of a successful (so far) film company called Standby Productions in Manchester and looking to recruit a creative & enthusiastic Producer.
It’s a very rare opportunity as we’re looking to expand our talented crew. I’d like to point both existing and past students towards the position as we make cracking HD Films, which are high quality bespoke films for television and online. We’re looking for someone with a background in media who will be responsible for production co-ordination, assisting on shoots, basic editing and managing our Social Media activity. You’ll receive training in all aspects of film production, from conception to completion. Please send your CV with a cover letter (and a showreel, if you have one) to: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more about the job at our website here. Many thanks! Continue reading →
From Jon Rowlands, Programme Co-ordinator in the Department of Media, Art & Design at Lincoln College:I am still trying to plug gaps in the timetable for January and am looking for new hourly lecturers to join us.
Ideally, some experience handling a class or group of people is desirable, even if it’s limited (e.g. taster days) and a good technical knowledge of camera equipment (specifically DSLRs) and editing (ideally Final Cut, but as we know, the editing craft is more important than the make of scissors they use!). After Effects would be a huge plus, as I have a HND ready to get cracking on that after Xmas. Basically any strong, professional candidates who have completed the BA (in Media Production) would be warmly considered.
These hours will be alongside our existing Hourly Part-time Lecturers in the short-term. So please feel free to contact me if you’d like to discuss this paid opportunity. Email: JRowlands@lincolncollege.ac.uk