Work Opportunities (3)

Posted Tuesday 26 Aug 2014

News and Current Affairs Editor

Canterbury Television

  • News and Current Affairs Editor
  • Canterbury Television (CTV)
  • Fun Local Television

Canterbury Television (CTV) is looking for News and Current Affairs Editor to lead an enthusiastic news and current affairs team.

 

Online Editor - TV3 & Four

Interactive a division of MediaWorks NZ

Seeking a creative, skilled, proactive, reliable, hardworking and experienced individual who is passionate about Web & Radio to join our dynamic team.

 

Head Mechanist

Royal New Zealand Ballet

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is seeking an experienced theatre technician to join its busy production department.

 

Bulletin Editor

Radio New Zealand

We are looking for an experienced Journalist to work as a bulletin editor shaping news bulletins on the country's highest-rating radio station.

 

Reporter, Marae

TVNZ

  • Produce current affairs stories with a unique Maori perspective
  • Assist with research, story generation, directing & producing
  • You're a great communicator, hard worker and you care about accuracy

We're looking for a talented reporter for TVNZ's Marae programme to report and produce current affairs stories with a unique Maori perspective.

Radio Creative Writer, Christchurch

MediaWorks Radio Limited

Creative, but practical? Have copywriter experience and a burning desire to move our client's products?

 

Media Web Advisor

Chandler Macleod NZ

  • Wellington CBD - The coolest little Capital in the World!
  • Join this fantastic creative team
  • Immediate start for the right candidate!

Writing copy is crucial in this role, if you're looking to kick-start your career now you've completed your journalism studies, look no further!

 

Senior Audio Engineer

SKY TV

  • FANATICAL about working with a great team?
  • Want to provide KIWIs with great entertainment?
  • SWITCHED ON in your field?

SKY TV is looking for a Senior Audio Engineer to provide expert audio mixing, design, and preparation, in both live and post production environments.

 

Web Editor / Producer

Private Advertiser

Challenging role with a media company for graduate or intermediate web editor/producer with an eye for content and ability to grow an online audience

 

Television and Media Production Position

Tightlines Televsion Ltd

We're looking for someone to help produce The ITM Fishing Show and work on other international television and online media productions.

 

MCR Operator

SKY TV

  • Work in the Central Hub of SKY's Broadcast Centre
  • Relaxed, innovative and professional work environment
  • Based at our MT Wellington Head Office - car parking on site

SKY TV are looking for an enthusiastic individual to work in the Central Hub of our Broadcast Centre as an MCR Operator.

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Where are the Women Film makers?

Posted Tuesday 26 Aug 2014

Last night in Auckland (Monday August 25) the Directors & Editors Guild of NZ picked up the baton and assembled a great panel to discuss this riveting subject. With Kim Hill as Chair and an articulate panel of Gaylene Preston, Cushla Dillon, Annie Goldson and Jackie van Beek, DEGNZ Executive Director Fiona Copland is to be applauded for initiating and driving this forum.  WIFT thanks Fiona, Kim, the panel, Lucy at DEGNZ, and Sophie Henderson and the team at the Basement for hosting the event.

The Basement was packed, with extra seating inserted wherever possible to accommodate a wide range of attendees, from some of our most experienced practitioners, to staff from NZ Film Commission and NZ On Air, to students coming to grips with their future working environment.  Kim Hill chaired the session admirably as you might expect, leading off with the question "Why do we need women's stories?"

The forum was filmed so you will have the opportunity at some point to watch a robust discussion about an issue for which there are no easy answers. However 100 people engaging actively with the topic last night is stepping in the right direction.

Ponder these statistics:

From 2010 to 2013 women have directed 17% of dramatic feature films that had investment from NZFC

From 2010 to 2013 women have directed 40% of documentaries/docudramas that had investment from NZFC

From 2006 - 2013 15% of New Zealand dramatic features and 40% of documentary features have been edited by women

There will be more discussion on this in the future so watch this space!