Publicity Assistant

We are seeking a motivated and driven publicity assistant to join our busy Melbourne team. Reporting to the Head of Publicity and Marketing, this role will be key support function to the entire Publicity team and you will play a key role in assisting with all local publicity activities.

The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Providing support for incoming media inquiries and answering requests
Liaising with media to coordinate interviews and shoots
Compiling daily reports on publicity achieved
Maintaining media and stakeholder lists
Preparation and distribution of media releases and imagery
Liaising with talent as required and assisting to coordinate appearances
Working with the publicity team to assist with interview schedules
Accompanying talent when required to interviews and photographic shoots
Coordinating media events and launches
Booking travel for talent and staff
Coordinating programming tools for program launches
Maintaining content and access to Nine’s Media Room
General administrative duties
Assisting the publicity team as required

About you

Ideally with a degree in journalism, communications or public relations, you will have demonstrated experience in a similar PR role. Possessing highly developed communication and writing skills and the ability to build strong relationships with media and talent, you will have a strong understanding of the media landscape. We need a positive self-starter who has the ability to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced and often changing environment. You will require excellent computer skills, high attention to detail, diplomacy, and be a “can do” person. A keen interest in television, a passion for running events and all things Melbourne is a must. From time to time, you will be required to work out-of-hours and at weekends.

This is an exciting position for someone who is looking to take the next step in their media career and has a genuine interest in the television industry.

Previous experience in a media company will be highly desirable.
If you love working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, are a real team player and love TV, then apply now!

Full time role.

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Studio Manager

With the mixture of animation and post-production studios on site, this is the perfect role for someone creatively inclined who is willing to assist across the board. We are looking for someone who has a couple of years experience in an administration role and, preferably, has some experience or interest in production, who can jump straight and and truly make this job their own.
Located in South Melbourne.
Note: The successful applicant would be required to be available, at least part time, from late April.
Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
• Being first point of contact worldwide for XYZ and Crayon.
• Provide a reliable and effective point of contact for clients acting on requests immediately
• Greeting all clients and visitors, providing consistent and high quality client support and services for all needs
• Office Management duties such as answering phones, catering, maintaining studio kitchen and office supplies, maintaining and restocking all office supplies and technical equipment, gathering quotes and ordering new software and hardware as needed
• Administrative tasks such as maintaining and updating company databases and client information, vendor management, calendar and schedule management, arranging travel and accommodation for production needs, staff hours and entitlement tracking
• Production administration support as required across all companies

• Marketing and Public Relations, monitoring and updating online and social media presence, as well as putting together and sending promotional information and emails to select databases of clients or contacts
• Finance: invoice tracking, accounts reconciliation and management for EPs, assisting company accountants with bookkeeping in Xero
• Managing special projects
• Assist other staff members as required
• Overseeing any general studio maintenance and upkeep as needed
Skills required / preferred:
• Proficient computer literacy (iOS) including Office and Excel, preferred knowledge of In-Design, Photoshop, and the full Adobe suite
• Excellent client / customer service skills
• Pro-active in developing efficiencies and improvements
• High level communication skills and attention to detail
• Strong organisation skills
• Ability to prioritise workload and issues
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a close knit team
• Preferred experience in the advertising and/or film industry, base knowledge of production/post production processes and systems, interest in visual effects and animation processes
• Some experience with accounting software, and base knowledge of HTML coding would be advantageous, but not essential.
About The Companies
XYZ Animation Studios: Concentrating on animated campaigns for the television commercial arena with offices in South Melbourne and New York. A roster of seven Director’s in different locations around the world.
Crayon: Crayon is a boutique finishing studio with 3 suites and a full time Colourist on staff, Crayon concentrates on finishing Doco’s, TV series, Music Videos, Instillation and Commercials. Final Cut Pro for Editing, Resolve for Grading and Smoke for Finishing

Applications close 9 May 2019

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Post Producer

We’re a Richmond based TV production company looking for a full-time, talented post- producer /writer with proven skills in creating interesting stories.

We produce two to four minute packaged stories on a variety of topics, for inclusion in a weekly television programme.

The Living Room and The Project are style reference points.

If you have a journalist’s knack for finding the interesting detail, and can quickly and creatively script and produce a good story, please email your resume and any examples of your work to how@strat.com.au

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Studio/Segment Producer

An exciting opportunity exists at THE PROJECT for an experienced full time Melbourne-based Entertainment Producer for an immediate start.

THE ROLE
In this role you will be responsible for producing entertainment and celebrity based content for the show.

You will research, write scripts and interview questions, and oversee post production for a mixture of live segments and packaged pre-recorded content. Some field producing is involved and ENPS competency is a plus.

This role works closely with talent and high profile guests.

PERSON PROFILE
Applicants should have proven experience in writing, researching and producing entertainment content in a television environment and have a flair for creative writing with a touch of humour.

You must be able to work under pressure to strict daily deadlines. You should also possess a welcoming demeanour.

An extensive understanding of the television making process is essential as is the ability to work as part of a team of creative and passionate story tellers.

Only suitably experienced candidates will be considered for this important role.

To learn more or to apply, please send your details online via grapevinejobs.

Alternatively, write directly to: jobs@theprojecttv.com.au attaching a C.V. and cover note.

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Promo Producer

Do you love news – delivered differently? Are you someone who loves seeing great ideas come to life? Does the thought of working in a fast paced, Melbourne newsroom excite you?
If this is you – then Network Ten wants you!! They need a talented Promo Producer to make On Air Promos for The Project and The Sunday Project.
In this job you’ll be doing it all – writing, conceptualising, editing (with avid) and producing promos.

What are we looking for?
At the top of the list is strong writing skills, a great sense of humour, a good eye for visuals, and a great storytelling ability, but you’ve been doing this for a few years so you’ve already got the hang of it.
So if you love news, are creative, hard-working, easy to get on with, can deliver high quality work against regular daily deadlines, have good attention for detail and love living in Melbourne, then dazzle us with your sizzle reel and apply to be a promo producer for Network Ten’s The Project.

Applications close: 08 Apr 2019

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Operations Coordinator

An exciting, 12 month opportunity exists in our News Production Services team for an Operations Coordinator based at Docklands, Melbourne. In such a fast-paced environment, this role is very ‘hands-on’ with no two days being the same.

The primary focus of the role is providing administrative support to the Melbourne Operations Manager, Head of Broadcast Services and their teams.

The key responsibilities include:
Planning and coordination of production facilities including acting as a key point of contact for internal and external stakeholders who are involved in the delivery of news each day
Roster preparation
Timesheet administration
Documents preparation and distribution as required by various teams
Diary and travel management, including international travel
Processing invoices and maintaining department files and databases
We are seeking applicants who have 2+ years’ experience working in a similar role within the media industry, or looking to work in a large, fun and busy environment. Media experience is preferable but not essential. In addition, the successful applicant will have sound project coordination skills, strong oral and written communication skills, be exceptionally organised and demonstrate the ability to build relationships quickly. A high level of initiative, attention to detail and a result driven attitude is also a must.

Applications close 7 April 2019

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Producer Director (Shooter)

Looking for experienced crew for an Ob doc medical series shooting May-Jun in Melbourne. We are looking for;
Field Producers
Shooter Producers
AP’s
Please send CV’s to saustin@wtfn.com.au

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Resources Assistant

A fantastic opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join Resources team based in our Melbourne office. This key role supports Nine Melbourne’s departments and managers, assisting with the coordination of crews and facilities for studio productions.

Duties include:
Booking resources including studio, location, videotape, videographics, studio services and outside broadcasts;
Review and distribution of rosters, timesheets, and production schedules;
Entering and reconciling production charges in ScheduALL (Nine’s resource booking system);
Processing Invoices via Palette (Nine’s Account Payable system);
Providing general administrative assistance to the Resource and Production departments; and
Assisting the Facilities Manager with ad hoc duties as required including reporting requirements, travel arrangements and administration.

To be successful in this role, the successful applicant must have:
Excellent administrative, communication and people skills;
Excellent time management skills with the ability to work to deadlines;
Precise data entry and attention to detail;
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft office suite and working knowledge of the Broadcasting and Recorded Entertainment Award;
An understanding of the ScheduALL Resource Management System and Palette is preferred but not essential; and
A knowledge of Television production and Outside Broadcasts.

Hours: Monday to Friday. Hours vary between 0800-1800

If this sounds like you and you believe you possess the required skills and experience, please send your application to:

bnorman@nine.com.au

Applications close Monday 25th February 2019

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Entertainment Producer

An exciting opportunity exists at THE PROJECT for an experienced full time Melbourne-based Entertainment Producer for an immediate start.

THE ROLE
In this role you will be responsible for producing entertainment and celebrity based content for the show.

You will research, write scripts and interview questions, and oversee post production for a mixture of live segments and packaged pre-recorded content. Some field producing is involved and ENPS competency is a plus.

This role works closely with talent and high profile guests.

PERSON PROFILE
Applicants should have proven experience in writing, researching and producing entertainment content in a television environment and have a flair for creative writing with a touch of humour.

You must be able to work under pressure to strict daily deadlines. You should also possess a welcoming demeanour.

An extensive understanding of the television making process is essential as is the ability to work as part of a team of creative and passionate story tellers.

Only suitably experienced candidates will be considered for this important role.

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