Here’s how this is gonna go.
We’re about to tell you what we’re looking for in an Art Director. If you believe you’ve got the goods (at least most of them, everyone has their weird moments…) you should contact us with the details below.
If we agree you really do have the goods, you can tell us what you’re looking for from an employer. Then if you think we’ve also got the goods, it’s on! But you’ll need to ignore our weird moments too.
Directing art and stuff – what we’re looking for
You’re a social butterflyYou’re super professional and get that clients are the number one priority.You like people. Even annoying ones. (If you don’t love our clients as much as us, we don’t love you.)You’re a good communicator. You can even write a whole email without a spelling misteak.As cool as you are, you can still take direction from team members.Working together or working alone, you’re fine either way.Supervising staff will be a great opportunity to show off your leadership talent.
You got them design skillsYou can come up with some pretty awesome creative concepts.You’re a beast with the Adobe Suite.Storyboarding is a breeze for you.You’ve got a brain so brainstorming ideas is no problem.Bonus point: you’ve got a qualification in design (will also accept skywriting).
Hard work? Easy!You don’t shy away from demands, deadlines and sticking to budgets.You can handle lots of things going on at once. (What? More than one client needs something from you at the same time? How rude!)‘It’s my way or the highway’ isn’t in your phrasebook. You prefer to follow the systems and processes you’ve been given (but suggest improvements where you think it would help).
Phew, that was scary. Still with me?
So who is AV1? Come and meet us and you’ll find out. In the meantime, check out our showreels
We have many exciting projects in production at the moment and need some assistance!
Desired Skills and Experience:
If you are interested in working with us and have a great portfolio please get in touch.If you would like to apply please send us:
Our small, highly successful film production company is seeking a dynamic, friendly and organised office manager for a one year contract with potential for a full time role.
Responsibilities include liaising with clients to organise shooting and editing schedules, quoting and writing proposals for new jobs, general office management, and occasional assistance in the field on shoots.
Candidates must be highly enthusiastic, friendly, articulate, show initiative, and be able to cope with extremely busy periods. Industry experience is an advantage.