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ARE YOU A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN?

Scotland's Film & Television Industry Want You!

BBC Studio’s River City and BECTU Vision are recruiting for a qualified electrician to work as an Electrician Conversion Trainee in the lighting department of the next series of River City.

This 5-month role will give the successful applicant the opportunity to learn about working in the film and television industry with placements on Scottish productions including Outlander and at Scotland’s largest lighting facility, Panalux. 

Electrician Conversion Trainee

River City is a cornerstone of Scotland's television industry and now it is your chance to work alongside the cast and crew in 2019.  BBC Studio’s River City and BECTU Vision are recruiting for a qualified electrician to work as an Electrician Conversion Trainee in the lighting department on the next series of River City.  You will work at their Dumbarton Studio within an experienced lighting department learning about the equipment and techniques used on productions and on-set etiquette.

After 13 weeks working on a series of River City you will spend 10 weeks with other productions filming in Scotland, including Outlander, allowing you to meet and work with other lighting teams.  You will also spend time at Scotland’s largest lighting hire house Panalux, learning more about how they work alongside productions.

Click here for more information and the on-line application form or alternatively email us if you would prefer a paper copy of the application information and form ashaw@bectu.org.uk 

Application deadline is 9am, Tuesday 4th December 2018.

 

NAPIT NA7909-3 Training Course 

We will be running the 3-day NAPIT accredited Temporary Electrical Systems NA7909-3 short training course in January 2019 and will support 10 places free of charge. If you are interested in this qualification, contact ashaw@bectu.org.uk to be notified when we open for applications for this training course. 

 

This programme is supported by Screen Scotland and the ScreenSkills High-end TV Skills Fund with contributions from UK high-end TV productions and by Scottish Union Learning.

BECTU Vision is brought to you by BECTU in partnership with BBC.








 

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Updated 12 November 2018

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