Bullion Productions Limited

Office and Junior Production Assistant

Bullion Productions has an impressive track record of creating award-winning work, ranging from commercials and music videos to TV Comedy and Documentaries. At Bullion, we are interested in making films audiences care about. Bullion produces films to be proud of. We back and invest in ideas they we are passionate about and always fight for their integrity. Bullion operates as a full-service production company that hosts a thriving roster of directors working across a range of artistic disciplines.

As your primary role as an office Assistant you will be responsible for the smooth running and safety of the office on a day-to-day basis.

With the production team you will have the opportunity to shadow the production and creative team and will help them pitch and prepare for upcoming shoots. You may be asked to help with research, run errands and get quotes for budgets along with managing our database of freelancers and internships.

During your 6-month placement you will have the opportunity to see many different production roles in action and get a taste of what you may wish to do in the industry in future. We encourage people to ask questions and want you to gain experience. We will provide you with a laptop for the duration of your placement and will hold regular one on one meetings with you to make sure you are progressing and give a chance for both you and the company to feedback to one another

You will be reporting into the Head of Production.

Employer

Bullion Productions Ltd

Location

East London/ Remote

Hours

40 hours per week

Salary

£10.85 (London Living Wage)

Number of Positions

1

Deadline

10 am Mon 27 Sep 21

We produce content we're proud of. We back and invest in ideas we’re passionate about and always fight for their integrity. At Bullion we are interested in making films we care about.

Founded by Ben Murray, Jack Newman and James Willis, Bullion operates as a full-service production company that hosts a thriving roster of directors working across a range of artistic disciplines.

You will be responsible for opening and closing the office, answering the phones, organising meetings, and welcoming visitors and clients to the building.

You will also need to liaise with our suppliers and generally make sure the office runs smoothly. You will also help new and freelance team members in getting set up in the office, by explaining producers and helping with basic IT. Booking taxis, couriers and transport will also be part of the role as well as helping to organise diaries

You must be aged 16-24 years old, and unemployed and claiming Universal Credit.

This programme is being delivered as part of the government’s Kickstart Scheme.

To be eligible to apply you must be aged 18 – 24 and claiming universal credit.

Read more about the Kickstart scheme here.

  • If interested please talk and inquire about this specific role to your job coach before the 10:00 am 27th of Sep

Part of Kickstart

This role is offered as part of the government's Kickstart Scheme.

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