Jobs for June (1)

Posted Sunday 23 Jun 2019

Radio New Zealand Commissioning Co-ordinator
Apply now - the deadline is 28 June!

Rhema Media Inc

Full time director/editor
Eyes and Ears

Digitisation technician

Canterbury Museum

Creative producer
Creative Capital Arts Trust

Visual journalist
Radio New Zealand

Resources and production assistant
Kelston Deaf Education Centre

Visual content creator
Alliance Community Initiatives Trust

Project manager major events
Nelson City Council

Engine artist

Camera tutor
The ideal person for this role will have had a wealth of experience on drama and factual shoots. They will be comfortable tutoring lighting and a bit of sound as well. The role is just under a half-time job and usually done in 2-3 week blocks, although this can change.
Sound Recordist
The ideal person has extensive sound recording experience both in the field and in the studio.  Having post experience would be fantastic (EIT uses protools). This is a new position so the hours are yet to be confirmed.

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EIT is based in Taradale in Hawke's Bay�the home of sunshine, wine and an easy lifestyle.  EIT offers a one-year diploma in Screen Production which leads into a two year diploma, which then leads into a Bachelor's degree in Creative Practice. The courses are very hands on and EIT aims to have students-industry ready.


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Screen industry waiting on collective bargaining details

Posted Sunday 23 Jun 2019

Screen industry workers will be looking forward to hearing the nitty-gritty details of how the new collective bargaining law will actually play out. The Government has announced it will introduce a new law to allow film industry workers to collectively bargain from next year, but striking will be illegal and the controversial "Hobbit" law will not be repealed. Speaking on behalf of screenwriters, executive director of New Zealand Writers Guild Alice Shearman said the ability to stabilise economic and working rights through collective agreements will be career enhancing and stimulate industry growth. "It has been a long time coming for screenwriters to benefit from enforceable terms and conditions in their contracts." Details such as the dispute resolution process and who exactly will be covered are to be worked out over the coming months.