Renaissance Studios

Production Assistant

As a Production Assistant, the ideal candidate will be proactive, enthusiastic and eager to learn, helping to support our day-to-day activities and provide additional assistance to our core staff. This includes running our social media campaigns and mailchimp newsletters, administrative duties, managing our in-house productions (including metadata and images), studio bookings and provide general hospitality to clients and guests. You’ll play an active role in our development meetings, assisting us on research and collaborating with us on grassroots projects that have a direct impact with the community. And we’re always keen to hear your thoughts and opinions on suggestions on improving our operations.

And when required, there will be opportunities to assist us on production shoots, both in the studio and/or on location, gaining hands-on experience with production equipment and management a real-life set.

We accept candidates on all levels – whether you’ve never been in production or looking to build your experience within the industry. Training will be provided at every stage by the core team. And as part of the experience, the aim is not only to thrive with us as a studio, but to showcase your personality and creative voice and bringing it to the table. If you have a personal project or a creative idea you would want to explore, Renaissance Studios will support you.

Employer

Renaissance Studios

Location

South London/ Remote

Hours

40 hours/ per week

Salary

£10.85 London Living Wage

Number of Positions

1

Deadline

Mon 27 Sep 21 (CLOSED)

At Renaissance Studios, we are a multidisciplined production with a difference. As a company, we facilitate anything from video (for both film and TV), photography, music, commercials, script development and creative consultancy. But at the heart of our endeavours, we play an active role in the local community, helping young people gain the necessary transferable skills and experience within the industry. And as part of the studio ethos, we prioritise mental wellbeing and healthy practices into every project we commit to.

This includes running our social media campaigns and mailchimp newsletters, administrative duties, managing our in-house productions (including metadata and images), studio bookings and provide general hospitality to clients and guests. You’ll play an active role in our development meetings, assisting us on research and collaborating with us on grassroots projects that have a direct impact with the community. And we’re always keen to hear your thoughts and opinions on suggestions on improving our operations.

And when required, there will be opportunities to assist us on production shoots, both in the studio and/or on location, gaining hands-on experience with production equipment and management a real-life set.

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

We welcome candidates of all levels. We’re keen to hear those who have either never been in the production environment, making this their first entry position or those with previous experience looking to build their up their creative profile.

We’re looking for someone who has strong attention to detail, a natural organiser and a great communicator.

They must be able to collaborately work with a team, reliable and self-reliant. A friendly and personable attitude is also required (especially when managing relationships with clients).

A strong interest in the creative industry is desirable, with the emphasis on developing a personal project which Renaissance Studios will help to support.

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 you're interested in this position, 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.

Find out more here