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Assistant Studio Manager

Haggerston
£25k

Street Studios is East London's most established photographic hire studio consisting of eight flexible spaces.

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as Assistant Studio Manager.

Working under our Studio Manager, you will assist in the day to day running of the Studio.

Job Role

- To meet our client's needs, and deliver a high standard of customer service

- At all times, act in a professional, calm, welcoming and responsible manner, adhering to Street Studios policy and ethos.

- Ensure effective communication with other team members and staff

- To assist the Studio Manager with the management and training of assistants, lead by example and complete all jobs to a high standard.

- Ensure and take pride in excellent presentation of studios

- To complete day to day admin tasks

- Responsible for opening/closing of the building, reporting any alarm or security issues to the studio manager or managing director

- Ensure all health and safety rules are followed, reporting any incidents to the Studio Manager/Managing Director.

- Maintain a safe and tidy environment across the site.

- Assist the studio team with basic maintenance tasks

Person Specification

Essential

- Welcoming, friendly and professional manner

- Excellent customer service

- Calm and adaptable in a dynamic, fast-paced environment

- A team player with solid communication skills

- Impeccable attention to detail.

- Enthusiastic, takes the initiative and sees a task through to completion

- To be well organised and to look for tasks to complete

- Experience coordinating a team

- Practical and hands-on approach

Desirable

- Knowledge of photographic equipment

Salary
£25k

To apply please send your CV and a short cover letter explaining how you meet the person specification to jobs@streetstudios.co.uk. No calls please.

Closing date 7th May 21

Studio Bookings Coordinator

London
Competitive based on experience

Park Village is an award-winning creative production company and studios working across TV commercials, branded content, documentaries, photography, music videos, experiential content and events.

Working with some of the most exciting brands in the world, this role would be based at our renowned studios, located just fifteen minutes from Soho and on the edge of Regent’s Park.


We are looking for a vibrant, charismatic and highly organised person to join our team and fill the key role of Studio Bookings Coordinator.


Role & Responsibilities:
• Managing day to day studio dry hire and event enquiries via phone and email.
• Being the front of house and first point of contact for anyone entering the studios.
• Managing the phone switchboard and front of house to include serving Barista coffee and refreshments when required.
• Managingpreand post- shoot paperwork – quotes, deposit invoices, cost summaries, final invoicing, H&S documents & health declaration forms for all shoots.
• Reportingto studio manager on a daily basis, showing progress of studio diary, client activity and sales reports.
• Liaising with head chef and studio team to ensure client menus and dietary requirements are in order for all shoots, help develop catering alongside Studio Manager and Head chef.
• Looking after and ensuring our clients have a great experience on all shoots.
• Building relationships with clients and developingstrategies to improve client experience.
• Working with our social media manager to keep abreast of relevant past shoots to be shared on social media.
• Studio Sales – seeking out new client opportunities and building on our existing client relationships.
• Updating and monitoring the studio sales data base.
• Summarising and sharing daily studio enquiries with wider company team.
• Helping to organise company events, supper clubs/client drinks etc
Who we are looking for:
• An effective and motivated communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• An outgoing and social person.
• Someone with an interest in the creative industry including, not limited to film, photography, fashion and music.
• Exceptional organisational & time management capabilities.
• An interest and some experience in Sales (not essential).
• Attention to detail.

Salary: Competitive based on experience

Equipment Booker

London E1
According to skills & experience

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

ProLighting was established in 2006 and has rapidly grown into a leading photographic and moving image equipment rental company supplying shoots across the UK and other countries.

Your main duties will include:
– Liaising with photographers, agencies and production companies via email and phone
– Creating equipment lists and quotes to client specifications
– Liaising with lighting, camera, studio and transport teams to ensure smooth operations
-Keeping up to date with latest lighting and digital professional equipment

Essential Skills
– Working knowledge of flash and continuous lighting equipment
– Working knowledge of professional DSLR and medium format camera systems
– A highly organised approach to tasks and ability to prioritise when working under pressure
– Professionalism when liaising with clients at all levels
– An active interest in the photographic and moving image industry

Desired Skills
- Working knowledge of motion camera systems and grip
– Experience in a similar setting within the industry

Full training will be given, and applicants can expect to further their knowledge of photographic lighting and camera equipment while gaining an understanding of photographic and moving image production.

Position available immediately with salary negotiable depending on skills and previous experience in a similar role.

Please send a CV and a short cover note to jobs@prolightinglondon.com, with subject ‘Equipment Booker Application’

Please note that due to the volume of applications only successful applicants will be contacted.

Digital Kitroom Technician

Whitechapel E1
TBD depending on experience and skills

Digital Kitroom Technician

ProLighting London are currently looking for a Digital Technician to support our operations in our busy camera kitroom based in Whitechapel, E1.

Main duties will include:

• Preparing and testing digital equipment for hire
• Equipment booking in and out procedures
• Liaising with 3rd party camera equipment suppliers
• Liaising with bookings, transport and studio teams
• Day to day kitroom housekeeping

Essential Skills:

- Working knowledge of professional digital camera systems - DSLR & medium format
- Excellent working knowledge of Mac OS X and Windows environments
- Excellent working knowledge of Adobe Suite and Capture One software
- A highly organised approach to tasks with excellent attention to detail
- A pro-active and self-motivated attitude
- Ability to communicate effectively with clients, suppliers and colleagues at all levels
- Commitment to working long hours as required

Desired Skills:

- Working knowledge of motion camera equipment and grip
- Working knowledge of analog/film camera systems
- Full clean UK driving licence
- Advanced IT skills would be a strong advantage in the application process

The right person for the role will be reliable and self-motivated whilst possessing excellent attention to detail and be capable of ensuring that daily tasks are completed to the highest standard. You should be willing to learn new skills and be able to work independently as well as part of a team.

The possibility of both full-time or part-time working hours can be discussed for this position for the right candidate.

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

Please note that due to the large volume of applications only successful candidates will be contacted.

Studio Assistant

London
DOE

Studio Assistant

IMGN Studio is a London based post-production studio dedicated to producing the highest standard of work for photographers, publications and agencies worldwide.

We are looking for a self-motivated Studio Assistant who is passionate about photography and fashion to join our team to assist with the day to day running of the studio.

The ideal candidate should be determined and personable with a ‘can do’ attitude. Flexibility and reliability are essential. This starting role provides extensive opportunities to continue learning creatively in areas including production, retouching and darkroom printing whilst working alongside and gaining knowledge from experienced colleagues.

It’s essential that the candidate has an interest in the work that we are producing and a desire to grow and develop with the business.

Responsibilities

Assisting the with all aspects of their day to-day work, including but not limited to:

- General studio upkeep.
- General administrative tasks.
- Computer and kit management.
- Supply purchasing and upkeep.
- Server upkeep.
- File preparation.
- Proofing, packaging, posting.
- Arranging couriers and international deliveries.
- On-set kit delivery, maintenance and management.
- Maintaining inks and papers for the - GMG printer.
- Maintaining darkroom supplies and machinery.
- Digital, print and negative archive management.
- Printer, monitor and scanner calibration.

Please apply with a CV and Covering Letter to jobs@imgnstudio.com

Equipment Delivery Driver

Tottenham, N17
Salary based on experience

Pixipixel are currently seeking a new driver to join our Transport department.

Key Responsibilities:

The key responsibilities of this applicant include the safe delivery and collection of equipment to our clients, transferring stock between our depots and partners, completing driver checks as well as vehicle cleaning.

Skills and experience:

This is effectively a multi-drop driver position in and around central London, the applicant must have a clean B Class Driving licence with no endorsement points and you will have a minimum 3 years delivery driving experience in London. Due to insurance purposes you will need to be over the age of 25 years.

It is essential that you are well presented, calm, polite and that you care about the job you do. You must be able to work effectively and reliably unsupervised and you should be physically fit and strong as you will be loading and unloading equipment delivering to client’s premises and presenting it correctly. Training will be provided with regards equipment identification and the loading and unloading of equipment.

About the role:

The role is a permanent full-time position working 40hrs per week Monday to Friday. You will be rostered onto the companies shift pattern working a shift between the hours of 5am and 11pm. Overtime will be required as the need arises.

Loader/Unloader

Tottenham, N17
Salary based on experience

Pixipixel are looking to recruit several Loader/Unloaders to join our friendly team within the Lighting Division, based in Tottenham. We are seeking motivated & driven candidates who want to learn new skills and gain new experiences to progress within their career.

Key Responsibilities:

As a Loader/Unloader your duties will include, but are not limited to:

• Loading / Unloading vehicles of lighting equipment, cabling, stands and distribution
• Scanning equipment back into the warehouse
• Cleaning equipment and cabling
• Checking all equipment meets required standards, complete with all accessories and components
• Ensuring delivery paperwork is completed prior to despatch
• Keeping the workstations, yard and warehouse areas clean and tidy
• Assisting with the prep and deprep of equipment
• General warehouse duties

Skills and experience:

We are looking for enthusiastic and reliable team players, who work well in a fast-paced environment and have good communication skills.

Please note, this is a physical role within a warehouse environment. Previous warehouse and manual handling experience is required. All necessary training with the equipment will be provided.

About the role:

The role is full time 40 hours per week operating on an 8 hr shift system Monday to Friday between the hours of 6am - 9pm plus a 1 hour break to be taken throughout the day. Overtime will be required as the need arises. You will be required to work on Saturday’s on a rotational basis, on average two Saturday’s per month and these hours will be in addition to your rostered hours and paid at overtime rate.