Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Sunday, August 3, 2008
Jobs in Acoustics, Audio and Video - The University of Salford Careers Service
Applications are welcome from freelancers with outside broadcast sports coverage experience in the following roles:
Myspace.com Jobs - Audio Engineer
FILM and TV jobs - MANDY.com
GE Careers website - ( owners of NBC )
Enter 'audio engineer' as keyword
Thursday, July 31, 2008
universities, TAFE colleges and private schools in Australia and New
Zealand, and selected colleges in South East Asia.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
intensive short courses and workshops.
Technology is changing at a rapid pace and so it is crucial that freelancers become multi-skilled and continue to update their technical skills. Those with the right skills will find their job horizons enhanced as they become part of a highly sought after pool of professionals.
To assist, we have developed Freelancer Short Courses in conjunction with the University of Western Sydney (UWS) and television industry partners. These courses are practical and are based on industry requirements. They include the following;
- Up-skilling courses
- Vendor accredited speciality equipment courses
- General training courses.
As a further incentive, the College will fund all freelance training for the first three years for those with the appropriate industry experience and qualifications.
If you are a freelancer in the television industry, you are invited to register for free membership with the College for the first year.
Freelancers can also use our Skills Management service, to increase their employment opportunities in the television industry.
But AV isn't only a magazine: at www.av.net.au we're building a website that will extend beyond what you read in the magazine to include industry discussion and news forums that will keep you current and connected with what's happening in the world of AV.
As a service to the AV industry, the www.av.net.au web site will feature a FREE ONLINE EMPLOYMENT NOTICEBOARD — this is a great way of plugging into the AV community, and much cheaper than a RSVP membership.
Although the site is still being built, we are able to take job ads now, in preparation for the launch of the site by the weekend.
To post a job ad, download our standard Position Vacant spreadsheet from www.av.net.au/downloads/vacancy.xls, fill in the details, then send it to email@example.com:.
We look forward to meeting you on the AV Forums and hearing from you about the industry and the new magazine.