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Volunteer Camera Assistant



Posted over 30 days ago...

QMC Capoeira School is looking for a Volunteer Camera Assistant who would love to support a community organisation to undertake an international martial arts tournament and Brazilian Cultural Festival project-related work to start ASAP.


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Kingston upon Thames, KT2 6LX

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

QMC Capoeira is a martial arts school based in London that has been running since 2006, has academy in Canada and the Dominican Republic and is the most awarded Capoeira School in the UK. The objective of the role is to:  

Set-up cameras for livestreaming at the venue Monitor cameras during the livestream Manage cables and wires and areas around cameras to maintain good health and safety

  The ideal candidate will work in our Kingston office setting up and monitoring the cameras and lighting in the Studio during livestreams.

What are we looking for?

Essential Skills and Experience:  

Experience with DSLR/Mirrorless cameras Experience with professional camcorders (e.g. Sony NX100 or similar) 

  Preferred Skills and Experience:  

Previous broadcast or live streaming experience Previous experience with multicam setup Experience with stabiliser rigs Experience and knowledge of good lighting setup, arrangements, and techniques, such as 3 point lighting, and the use of diffusers Experience of use of HDMI, SDI, and Cat6 cables, extensions, and adapters Show professionalism at all levels and in all environments  Be a strong team player Well organized, pro-active, self-starter and able to deliver tasks efficiently. Good time-management skills

  Having you own camera preferable but not essential.

What difference will you make?

You will play a critical role in helping to further develop the public profile of our organisation.


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