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Junior Booker

Bethnal Green, London E2
TBD

ProLighting London are currently recruiting for a full-time junior booker to help in 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

– An active interest in the photographic and moving image industry

– Professionalism when liaising with clients at all levels

– A highly organised approach to tasks

– Commitment to working long hours when required

Desired Skills

– Previous experience in a similar setting or within the industry.

– Knowledge of continuous and flash lighting.

– Knowledge of DSLR/ medium format camera systems

Your duties will mainly include:

– Liaising with photographers / production companies via email and phone

– Compiling equipment lists and quoting

– Liaising with studio and warehouse teams to ensure smooth operations

Full training will be given, and applicants can expect to build an in-depth knowledge of photographic lighting and digital equipment, as well as an understanding of photographic and moving image production.

Position available immediately, salary TBD + overtime.

Only successful applicants will be contacted

Please send a CV and a short cover note to: jobs@prolightinglondon.com

Camera Technician

London, SE1
£18,000 - £22,000 depending on experience

Direct Photographic are looking for an outstanding new team member to join our camera rental and consumables department at Direct Photographic in Waterloo. A good working knowledge of camera systems are essential, including Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad H, Leica S and Phase One digital backs and camera systems. You will have 2 years’ experience in a client facing retail environment, be outgoing, articulate, confident and team spirited. PC and Mac literacy (Excel, Word, Outlook, Capture One, Photoshop & Lightroom) are a requirement, as is an understanding of digital imaging.

The role is full time 40 hours per week operating on an 8 hr shift system Monday to Friday between the hours of 7am - 9pm. Applications by email only. Please note, only applicants shortlisted will be contacted.

Equipment Booker

North Acton
Negotiable depending on experience

Solalights is an established film and photographic lighting rental company. We have a reputation for innovation and supplying well maintained kit for bespoke lighting packages.
We are looking for a punctual and hands on individual to join our team in West London.

Key Responsibilities
-Taking bookings for equipment rentals
-Helping clients build equipment packages that meet their needs
-Overseeing job preparation and to ensure the timely dispatch of hire equipment
-Maintain and build our client network and ensure customer satisfaction

Key Attributes
-Knoweledge and interest in film and/or photographic industries
-A good understanding of the products we offer and a knowledge of lighting set-ups
-Team player with strong logistical and organisational skills who can work in a calm manor and meet deadlines

If you would like to apply please send us a CV and covering email.

Studio Manager

Street Studios
£20,000-£25,000

Street Studios are looking for a Studio Manager for their photographic studio complex in Haggerston, London. Working closely with the Studio Production Manager and Senior Management team the successful candidate will play an integral role within the business by supporting, managing and delivering all aspects of the busy day to day schedule.

This very exciting and demanding role requires a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with excellent organisational and communication skills that can lead by example.

Responsibilities:
Shoot Management: coordinating with the production team, ensuring that clients are well supported and looked after at all stages of their shoot.
Studio Management: stock taking, basic admin, basic maintenance, organisation, storage and inventories and keeping the overall appearance of the studios to an excellent standard.
Lighting and Equipment Management: Maintaining both in-house and sub-hired equipment and lighting to ensure standards are kept high for our clients. This will include arranging repairs to any damaged equipment and upkeep of the storage areas.
Team management: effectively managing and motivating our team of assistants, keeping them engaged and inspired. Recruiting and training new assistants establishing and maintaining a high level of customer service.
Front of house: You will be the first point of contact for clients and suppliers, answering all incoming calls to the studio and receiving visitors.

Desired Skills and Experience:
This role is best suited to a team player who has a good understanding of studio practice, is ambitious, efficient and copes well under pressure.
Prior experience in handling photographic equipment is essential although training will be provided.
Prior experience in managing others is a preference
Excellent organisational and communication skills
Ability to handle a fast-paced and high-pressure environment
Excellent customer service skills

Application Deadline - 09.12.16
Start Date - 03.01.16