Turnaround Talent Pool, BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland Operations manage and support all aspects of technical and operational requirements across a wide variety of content for television and radio, in studios, on outside broadcasts and events. Turnaround Crew have a variety of skills that can be employed to different tasks depending upon the changing needs.
Relatable industry skill sets include construction, warehousing and transport. Core basic skills include manual handling and work at height indoors and outdoors. The core job is to move sets and props or kit and cable from warehouse, to transport, to venue. As this role generally requires a lot of lifting, a good level of general physical fitness is required.
Duties can include:
- moving and setting sets
- rigging staging and seating
- basic lifting operations
- operating access equipment e.g. booms and scissor lifts.
- operating counter balance fork lift
- cleaning and painting studio floors
- rigging technical equipment and lights
- laying and testing cables
- basic set decoration
- assisting the operational crews in camera, sound and lighting.
- driving duties can include a range of large goods vehicles across the UK
- cleaning of the vehicle fleet across LGV, equipment and pool vehicles
- studio / venue / operations facilities and equipment housekeeping
The Ideal Candidate
Advanced crew may have LGV licenses, trade qualifications as Electrician, Joiner or Scaffolder. Ideal experience or training certifications include use of booms and scissors, counter balance fork lift trucks, basic site safety, work at height and manual handling training.
Technical Turnaround Crew may already work in theatre or events industry rigging lights, audio or video or type equipment.
This is being offered as Freelance PAYE opportunities.
Appointment to the talent pool will not entitle candidates to a permanent contract in the BBC, those will have to be applied for in the normal way, and neither does it guarantee work.
About the Company
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