Edit Assistant, Post Production BBC Wales
BBC Cymru Wales Operations is home to a large in-house Post Production facility. We post produce a wide range of programmes including Proms in the Park, BBC Young Musician of the Year, Casualty, Bargain Hunt, Crimewatch Roadshow, inserts for The One Show, and Premiership and Pro 14 rugby, in addition to a wide range of local output including live and fast turnaround political and current affairs programmes.
Our busy team are supported by Edit assistants, who fulfil a variety of tasks within Post Production from running to assisting the Operations staff in all areas. You will work with Post Production Editors, Technical Operators, Graphic Designers and Dubbing Mixers, providing operational support including backing up media, ensuring rushes are logged and archived as required for the production’s workflow. This will include digitising media and assets from various sources in the correct format using appropriate codecs. You’ll also need to feedback any technical problems to the appropriate Editor, Post Production Co-ordinator, production team or technology as applicable. You will also be required to do playouts and uploads for production teams for viewings.
Are you the right candidate?
You will need to be enthusiastic, patient and resourceful. You will have a keen interest in the programme making process, how we make and edit our content from the raw material to the finished product and want to learn and be involved in how that’s done. You’ll be familiar with Post Production techniques and be able to demonstrate previous experience. You will need a good general knowledge of the programme making process with experience in Avid Media Composer and a good working knowledge of industry standard software including Resolve.
Edit Assistant, Post Production Department, BBC Wales
12 month full time, fixed-term contract/attachment
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