Closing Date: 15 April 2015
- Minimum Matric (Grade 12)
- Knowledge of and passion for sport is essential. This output will be tested during the interview phase.
- A completed post-matric qualification in Broadcasting, Television, Media and / or Sports Journalism will be advantageous
- Able to work variable long hours according to shifts, including weekends.
- Ability to work under pressure / tight deadlines.
- Customer service oriented, with the ability to command.
- Quick learner.
- Dynamic, energetic and self-starter.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills.
- Attention to detail.
- Problem solver
- Accept accountability for output.
- Good co-ordination skills.
By means of classroom and on the job training, learners will learn how to:
- Prepare countdowns between the different areas involved in live productions and recordings.
- Implement sponsorship elements required during live productions and recordings.
- Air different sport feeds from around the world.
- Compile the relevant post production paperwork e.g. FCC Sheets, Music Cue sheets, Sponsorship sheets etc.
- Assist producers in preparation for production
- Follow the correct production procedures regarding tape recordings, ingests, and archiving i.e. labeling, segmenting etc.
- Interpret the technical requirements of working in the different broadcast areas e.g. Studio’s, Galleries, SCCR’s, MCR, Outside Broadcasting etc
- Interpret the bigger picture of how a product is scheduled, edited, ingested and aired.
- Conduct research regarding footage i.e. how to make use of the Library, the logging system and the MAM system as a whole.
- Edit programmes for different occasions and learn how to store them properly.
- Generate titles for the relevant productions.
- Preference will be given to EE candidates and people living with disabilities
- Preferably available to start immediately.
- Strongly advised to have suitable transport arrangements as shifts are often scheduled at times when public transport is not available.
How to Apply