Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Coronation Street Job Vacancy: 3rd Assistant Director

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3rd Assistant Director - Coronation Street

We have an exciting opportunity for two 3rd ADs to work as key members of the Assistant Director team. Our 3rd ADs help ensure the smooth running of the shoot by providing an efficient and effective support system to 1st Assistant Director at all times

Our 3rd AD will be the main support keeping our 1st AD informed on shoots through the 2nd AD of any changes or problems during the day, you will accurately and promptly interpret instructions from the 1st AD which may include organising cast and supporting artists and vehicles in action and relay cues to artistes and crew.

Supporting the 1st AD, you will also monitor artistes’ whereabouts when they are not on set, liaising with runners to ensure they arrive for call time promptly, coordinate and direct the supporting artistes and vehicles, involving continuity of background action during shoot. You must have the ability to deal professionally with people from all levels of ITV, members of the public, guests or VIPS.

Our 3rd ADs must have a flexible approach to work and working hours and able to work in a fast paced pressurised work environment. Due to the nature of Production occasional weekends and bank holiday working may be required, you must be contactable outside of working hours and absolute confidentiality is essential. You must have a minimum of two drama credits as a 3rd AD and experience on a multi camera production is desirable. 

This is a fabulous opportunity to join our Coronation Street Team. If you have the skills we need and extensive Production experience, and a passion for Continuing Drama, apply now!

Closing date for applications: Friday 5th July 

All details at www.itvjobs.com
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