Project Management Assistant Apprentice

This role is with A Productions Ltd and is ideal for somebody who is looking to start their career in the Creative Industries. The successful candidate will be exceptionally organised, a fantastic team player and used to using their own initiative.

Closes June 23, 2019

This role is with A Productions Ltd and is ideal for somebody who is looking to start their career in the Creative Industries. The successful candidate will be exceptionally organised, a fantastic team player and used to using their own initiative.

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Closing date: 23 Jun 2019

Apprenticeship Summary 

Annual wage: £14,500.00
Working week: Monday to Friday, 9:30am-6:00pm 1hr lunch break
Total hours per week: 37.50
Expected duration: 18 months
Possible start date: 05 Aug 2019
Apprenticeship level: Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Reference number: VAC001533117
Positions: 1 available

This role is ideal for somebody who is looking to start their career in the Creative Industries. The successful candidate will be exceptionally organised, a fantastic team player and used to using their own initiative. The Production Management Apprentice will work with the wider production team and provide administrative support while gaining an insight into the production process. This apprenticeship will help you to learn skills that are essential to the TV production process and give you experience in a busy production office. You will gain an understanding of how we work with various teams to create a television programme.

Day-to-day tasks will include:

  • Sending internal and external emails
  • Inbound and outbound calls
  • Writing and updating social media – websites, Twitter and Facebook
  • Filming in the studio and editing clips to create mini show reels
  • Using research skills to source reference for props, understand our audiences and solve problems
  • Writing and updating documents using Microsoft Office applications
  • Event and travel organisation
  • Presenting information to decision makers clearly, concisely and coherently, both in writing and verbally
  • Learning to read and create schedules
  • Organising the production diary and appointments for key creative and production team
  • Tracking assets and documents using f-track and google docs
  • Supporting the Producer and Production Manager
  • Production errands

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