Want to work in wildlife filmmaking? We’re hiring!


Do you want to work in wildlife filmmaking? 

JOB VACANCY

Start date: end June 23

Wildlife Video Officer / Story Researcher / Camera Operator

Location: The Robert Fuller Gallery Ltd, Thixendale, Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 9LS

IN BRIEF 

Annual salary FROM £22,000+ dependent on experience – Full time. Usual hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. – 28 days holiday entitlement

JOB DESCRIPTION

We have an exciting full-time opportunity for someone that has a background in filming and wildlife to join our video team at the Robert Fuller Gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire. This role will be varied, and you will be liaising with 6 members of the team. Roles will include researching and clipping storylines, managing media, handling camera kit, editing video content, filming wildlife.

COMPANY INFORMATION

Robert E Fuller is one of Britain’s foremost wildlife artists and filmmakers. A recognized authority on wildlife, he regularly features on TV. His social media following numbers more than 1.7 million committed followers. Robert is known for his detailed insights into animal behaviour and his strong story-telling skills.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

– be extremely knowledgeable about wildlife.

– enjoy filming wildlife to a high standard using professional grade equipment.

– have an eye for a storyline.

– experience in managing video files.

– be able to produce high quality edited content.

– good knowledge of operating and setting up a wide range of camera equipment and microphones.

– Good IT skills

– Experience in outdoor work, such as building hides etc.

– Experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Bridge etc

 

PERSONAL SKILLS

– methodical, accurate and possess an eye for detail.

– work both on their own unsupervised and with other team members.

– able to follow current systems and workflows.

– be fit and capable to carry out physical work and filming tasks.

 

DAY TO DAY DUTIES

– Looking through raw footage and picking out storylines

– Organising and sorting media files

– Managing camera kit

– Editing short video content

– Assisting with building of hides and habitat creation

– Filming in remote locations

 

REQUIREMENTS

– Typically, applicants will have a wildlife-related degree plus either video, and camera editing skills or a master’s degree in wildlife filmmaking or be exceptionally knowledgeable about wildlife and filmmaking
– This is an in-person position based in North Yorkshire, so the candidate will not be able to work remotely.
– Full UK driving license required as no public transport available to work location

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please send your covering letter and CV. If you have one, a showreel (or other example of your video work) would be greatly appreciated. Deadline for applications is by 15th June 2023 to victoria.fuller@robertEfuller.com We will confirm receipt of application and if shortlisted you’ll be invited to interview.





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