Polish up those CVs because here come the jobs

Posted Tuesday 31 Oct 2017

MediaWorks creative producer

THREE creative team is seeking an entry level-to-intermediate level producer to create inspiring on-air promotions.

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Lightbox content planner

The Lightbox content team is responsible for identifying, licensing, and scheduling all of Lightbox's content, as well as building strong relationships with the local and global content industry.

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CG cupervisor

Faraway Animation, a new studio in Auckland, New Zealand is looking for a CG supervisor to head up an Animated Feature Film.

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Docs 4 Schools manager

Docs 4 Schools connects school students' year 5 to Tertiary with documentaries from New Zealand and around the world, and the D4S manager is a senior role responsible for delivering the D4S programme annually.

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Video production manager

Kaboose Media is a Porirua based production company that produces high quality corporate and promotional videos.

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Media all-rounder

Canterbury's Lightworx Photography seeks a marketing, design, photography, film, production and social media mad individual to join its team.

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Set designer

Weathy Property Education is seeking a set designer to set up an executive office/study, as a setting for production of its Inspirational Property Investment Video Series.

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Communications adviser (volunteer)

Assist New Dawn FM to produce quality audio and visual programming to inform open discussion of political and social issues in Bougainville.

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Junior audio engineer

Grinding Gear Games is looking for an audio engineer to create audio for the 'dark and gritty' game Path of Exile.

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Tell us who is missing from this WIFT Awards list

Posted Tuesday 31 Oct 2017

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No, it's not a trick question (and it's not Jane Wrightson, pictured), it's a call to action! The Great Southern Film & Television Award for Outstanding Contribution to the NZ Screen Industry honours long-term outstanding work, generous support for others, and commitment to the growth of the industry both professionally and personally. So, dear members, who do you think should be honoured next?  Nominate a deserving woman here!

This award can only be won once. Previous winners are: Ngila Dickson (2004), Robin Scholes (2005), Chloe Smith (2006), Diana Rowan (2007), Robin Laing (2008), Caterina De Nave (2009), Gaylene Preston (2010), Annie Collins (2014), Jane Wrightson (2016).