Receptionist duties will include but are not limited to answering phones, greeting clients and visitors, attending to our in house email and sorting incoming and outgoing mail and couriers. A keen interest in post production is required, in particular in the area of sound. The successful candidate will be required to assist with the management of incoming and outgoing media and help with scheduling of projects and external ADR. This is a great opportunity for someone to gain valuable experience in film & television in a leading post production sound facility. A sunny disposition and a can-do attitude is a must.
The Ideal Candidate
Have strong verbal and written communication skills, be able to take orders and to show tact and deference towards those in positions of authority and greater responsibility.
Punctual and enthusiastic, and understand the importance of taking detailed notes and recording expenditure accurately (petty cash).
Be level-headed, and able to work calmly and effectively under pressure.
Able to contribute to good working relationships, and to creating a positive atmosphere in the office amongst colleagues and clients.
Flexible, well organised and be able to think on their feet.
Be computer literate in Google docs, Outlook and Microsoft packages.
Awareness of Health and Safety issues, and ensure that their actions do not constitute a risk to themselves or to others
Meeting and greeting important guests with a friendly disposition.
Studio prep and general office upkeep. The studio needs to be kept tidy and presentable at all times.
Answering phones and general office admin.
Making tea and coffee, getting lunch for the team and clients.
Data and media management - incoming & outgoing.
Dealing with a varied range jobs and an ability to multi task.
Someone who can work with initiative and a willingness to learn.
A familiarity with ‘Farmers Wife’ is not essential but will be beneficial to applicants.
Applications should be emailed to email@example.com. Please include your CV & cover letter. Due to expected volume, only candidates selected for interview will receive a reply. Closing date for submissions is 22/09/2017
Trust Me is a four part drama series for BBC starring Jodie Whittaker and Emun Elliott.
The series is based on Cath Hardacre, a skilled nurse who has to take drastic measures to ensure she is still able to provide for her daughter when she loses her job. With this in mind, she steals her best friends identity as a senior doctor in Edinburgh - but how long will it go on?
Catch Trust Me on BBC One - 9pm from Tuesday 8 August 2017
Series mixed by David Drake & Richard Davey
Daphne Sounds Expensive returned to BBC Radio 4 in July.
Written by & starring Jason Forbes, George Fouracres and Phil Wang; the trio present wacky ideas, whit and brow-lifting characters in the second series of the sketch show.
Mixed by David Drake here at Jumbuck it's always a pleasure to work on these shows.
Give the series a listen on BBC iPlayer now.
Count Arthur Strong is back for it's third series on BBC One.
The sitcom follows the story of an old variety act who can't put his previous successes in the past.
The show, which originated as a Radio Show before making it's way to television in 2014, can be seen in it's entirety on BBC iPlayer now.
Mixed by Glenn Calder.
As part of the BBC's landmark sitcom season, the state broadcaster has commissioned a six-part series.The new episodes will follow Fletch, the grandson of Ronnie Barker's Norman Stanley Fletcher, as he serves a sentence for cyber-crimes in Wakeley Prison.. Porridge was created by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais in 1973 with both writers returning for the remake over 40 years later.
Fletch Mk II is played by comedian Kevin Bishop, all fast-talking swagger and eyebrow-waggling. Fletch found himself beholden to top dog Richie Weeks (Ralph Ineson, aka The Office’s monstrous Finchy) and forced to use his computer hacking skills to sanitise Weeks’ prison record ahead of a probation hearing - the problem being that Officer Meekie had his beady eye on Fletch, who wasn’t allowed near any digital devices - not even an electric toothbrush.
A new comedy drama launched on Channel 4 focussing on friendship, ambition and gluttony... and the peculiar British distaste for other people's success and how money can put even life-long friendships to the test.
Following the sale of their company Idyl Hands, four friends and business partners - Josh, Leon, Watto and Ewan wake up to the brilliant/terrifying realisation that they're now multi-millionaires.
Mixed here in Jumbuck Studios by Glenn Calder.
Watch 'Loaded' Mondays at 10pm on Channel 4
Little Boy Blue - the real-life story recreated & told on our screens this April.
10 years on we are shown the story of how 11 year old Rhys Jones was shot dead in 2007, and over the 4-part series we're let into shocking scenes of how the story unfolded - from when Mel (Rhys' mum) received the saddening knock on the door, to the moment the killers are charged.
The series by Jeff Pope that sees a police officer stop Mel Jones from touching her sons body, depicts 39,000 Everton Fans applause Rhys and shows us Sean Mercer being charged guilty aired last night & is aired every Monday on ITV at 9pm.
Watch last nights shocking, but gripping Episode 1 on ITV Player now.
The historical drama, The Last Kingdom returned to BBC Two this month. Additionally, this series Netflix has joined forces with BBC to co-produce the show with US versions being premiered this year.
Watch the series each Thursday night on BBC Two at 9pm. Catch up on iPlayer.
Henry IX - A new comedy coming soon to Gold staring Annette Crosbie, Kara Tointon, Charles Edwards, Sally Phillips and Don Warrington.
This three-part series tells the fictional story of the middle-aged King of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.
Read the synopsis straight from Gold, here.
You can watch this new Series from Wednesday 5th April, 9pm on Gold
Two-Part drama The Moorside aired on BBC One last week outlining the Kidnapping of 9 year old school girl, Shannon Matthews.
Featuring Sheridan Smith and Gemma Whelan, the drama received high praise from it's depiction of the traumatic events as millions tuned in to watch.
In Episode One, Viewers witness the disappearance of Shannon & the large police search; the story behind Karen Matthew's Public Appeal and how she's found and identified by Police.
Episode Two uncovers the truth behind Shannon's discovery and how Karen planned to hide the girl within a man named Michael Donovan's flat - with aim to claim that reward money.
Viewers see the moment Karen is charged with Child Neglect and an insight into what's next.
You're able to catch up on this two-parter on BBC iPlayer.
BBC aired the first episode of Series 8 of the sitcom Not Going Out on Friday. The comedy featuring Lee Mack follows the mis-understandings of Lee & his friends.
You can catch up on iPlayer & follow the next 7 episodes every Friday, 21:30pm - BBC One.
Mrs Browns Boys is back this festive season. Catch all the fun on BBC 1 Christmas Day & New Years Day at 10:30pm!
Series 5 of the popular comedy series is here - with a special appearance from Mayor of London Sadiq Khan!
If you missed the first Episode of the new series, aired on 4th November 2016 - catch it again on iPlayer.
Catch the newest addition to the series each Friday, 8:30pm on BBC ONE.
After a gripping first series, Humans is back!
Niska is still at large and in possession of the consciousness code. Her synth family are unaware of her location and on the hunt to find their own place within the world.
Read a synopsis here by Digital Spy
Check out the new Series starting Sunday 30th October, 9pm on Channel 4.
Catch up on Series 1 here on All4.
Him. The 17 year old boy who's stuck between childhood & adult-life; between both parents' homes and their remarried new families. He's inherited a supernatural power from his grandfather; who is in the firing line?
Find out what happens tomorrow; October 19th for the first of this three part drama - 9pm on ITV.
Supersonic is a documentary film showing the successful rise of band Oasis between 1993 and 1996. The feature gives an in-depth look at the life and music of the Manchester-based rock band and features interviews and footage of the band members & other relatives to Oasis.
Directed by Mat Whitecross & produced by Mint Pictures, we think this is a definite watch.
Take a peak at the trailer below & experience it in full in cinemas from 2 October.
The 90's Brit Sitcom makes a come back for a one-off special.
Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran; original creators of the Sitcom have written a brand new episode, featuring Nicholas Lyndhurst as he returns into his role as time traveller Gary Sparrow.
17 years on, Gary captures life of the 21st Century.
Miss it? Catch up on BBC iPlayer here
We've recently finished working on BBC's Pilot Sitcom, We The Jury.
William (Ed Easton) has dreamt of doing Jury service his whole life, however he never thought the day he did, he'd be on a real life murder trial, but all isn't as seems.
Catch We The Jury on Monday 5th September 2016 - BBC 2, 10pm