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To provide excellence in programme picture delivery and provide production teams with continuity of service and quality within budgetary constraints.
To lead and co-ordinate the work of the camera crew in studios, OB’s and on location and ensure the highest standards of work are delivered from camera staff. To advise and guide production and other technical staff on the practical aspects of camera coverage through all stages of the production process.
To be a central point of contact for the Talent Manager and to carry out project work as required by him/her.
• To provide the camera team with effective leadership and motivation.
• To work closely with production teams, Engineering Managers and Planning to understand the style and treatment of any given program. To use an extensive understanding of possible staff working practices and of the equipment and facilities available to provide innovative solutions to customer ideas and problems, taking into consideration budgetary restrictions.
• To be responsible for the deployment and supervision of camera operations and rigging on multi and single camera assignments.
• To ensure the overall standards of the camera section meets or exceeds the expectations of production teams.
• To be responsible for all aspects of camera operation either directed or working independently to a defined brief. To develop excellent working relationship with Directors and production teams and work tactfully with artists and contributors to achieve the best results.
Camera Supervisors Job Description
• To develop good relationships with others members of the camera crew; other craft and production teams and other Talent departments to achieve the best results for BBC Scotland and other programme makers.
• To espouse the Values and Behaviours of the company and ensure that these are implemented in the workplace.
• An understanding of company objectives, particularly in the context of rapid changes in audience behaviour and shrinking budgets.
• Demonstrable commitment to the business needs of company.
• Experience in a supervisory capacity in terms of crew leadership and liaison with production and planning teams. Be able to give objective performance feedback to camera staff.
• Conversant with a wide range of camera equipment, facilities and techniques used in broadcasting.
• Demonstrable excellent communication skills, tact and diplomacy and be able to liaise with people at all levels.
• Ability to balance conflicting demands and respond to changing requirements.
Camera Supervisors Job Description
• Thorough knowledge of broadcast camera operations at a high level, gained by experience in studio, outside broadcast, and preferably single camera work.
• Thorough knowledge of camera operations gained through experience to enable post holder to exploit the visual possibilities of any set-up envisaged by the production team.
• A basic understanding and appreciation of Post Production, Sound and other related crafts.
• Ability to record sound on to cameras, at a basic level, using appropriate sound equipment.
• A thorough knowledge of Safety Regulations and current practice.
• Appropriate hearing and colour vision, the ability to discern sound and vision quality and identify technical adjustments necessary to provide acceptable output.
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Free job description Camera Supervisors
• To provide regular feedback on the job performance of freelance, contract and permanent staff as required. Where necessary offering guidance, coaching or training to ensure expected standards of operation are met.
• To develop longer term plans for the best possible use of staff and equipment.
• To work closely with the Planning and Technology teams to ensure that Camera equipment is well maintained and used safely, effectively and efficiently.
• To advise the production team of any safety risks to the equipment or staff arising from the proposed method of shooting.
• To spend periods of time away from base as required by the business. To have the ability to travel to location including transporting equipment.
• Liaise with outside agencies on facilities and services as relevant to camera and related operations under the supervision of the Engineering Managers.
• To undertake all of the duties of a Camera Operator.
• To undertake all duties and activities in accordance with current Health and Safety Policy and Guidance.