Front Of House / Client Services Position

Jumbuck Film & Television is a small boutique audio post production facility working across drama and comedy productions. We are looking for a new member to join our small team who has a keen interest in TV and the creative industry. We are looking for someone with a positive approach to their work with the ability to prioritize tasks as each day will be varied. This is an excellent entry level position for someone looking to make a start in a TV with a reputable company.

Tasks will include but wont be limited to the following:

  • Meet and greet of clients including: taking and getting lunch orders, offering tea and coffee and other refreshments throughout the day.

  • Answering calls, handling and transferring of calls and message taking with excellent communication skills.

  • Booking of taxis and couriers.

  • Running duties such as taking/collecting hard drives from cutting rooms and facilities.

  • Look after general inquiries e-mail account and forward emails onto the correct recipient.

  • Look after incoming and outgoing media with efficient logging of media.

  • Liaison with freelance sound editors, edit assistants and production personnel.

  • Booking and amendments of jobs within our scheduling software.

  • This position will be on a shift basis that may vary week to week.

Previous experience in post production would be advantageous but not a necessity. Please apply with a cover letter and CV to Anne@Jumbuck.co.uk

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