Reporting to the Africa Editor, your key performance areas will include:
- Assist the Audio Mixer
- Microphone set ups in studio and on location
- Equipment checking
- Charge and manage batteries and department consumables
- Collect information for administration such as the cue sheets
- Do all paper work associated with audio department e.g. labels, cue sheets
- Assist the Floor Manager and stand in when required
- Work with crew
- Trouble shooting when necessary
- Ensure presenters and guest are ready to go on air
- Ensure that no cables are showing
- Brief and usher presenters and guests
- Knowledge of audio principles
- Understanding of language of television, production and role players
- Understanding of the broadcast and digital environment
- Ability to take instruction
- Ability to troubleshoot
- Well mannered and have good communication skills
- Team player
- Be computer literate
- Good hearing
- Able to work under pressure and make deadlines
- Must be able to work without supervision and take responsibility
- Work in a multi camera and outside broadcast environment
- The successful candidate will be required to work irregular and long hours, including weekends, public holidays and standby shifts.
- This is a contract position only.
If you possess the criteria and qualifications as stated, please send your application form together with a detailed CV and letter of motivation to [email protected]
Closing Date: 19 September 2013.
Only shortlisted applicants who meet the criteria will be contacted. If you have not received a response 14 days after the closing date, please assume that your application was not successful.