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Script Supervisor - Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks is an award-winning soap that entertains its audience with its mix of romance, thrilling plots and hard-hitting issues that get the viewers talking.  As well as producing exciting stories, Hollyoaks prides itself on its flawless delivery, and our Script Supervisors are integral to that.  It is the role of the Script Supervisors to ensure that each episode is delivered with the highest level of accuracy and integrity, by ensuring continuity and timing is maintained throughout.

As Script Supervisor, you will need to be a confident communicator, extremely well organised and have brilliant attention to detail. Each block you will be responsible for the journey of 5 episodes from script to shoot, starting by reading and timing the draft scripts and following each episode through to prep. During prep, the Script Supervisor will establish where music is needed and discuss requirements with our music team and sound mixers, you will also make note of any ‘back of shots’ that are required ready for filming. Ahead of shoot you will meet with the Producer to understand the desired look for the scenes in each episode and ensure that their vision is followed throughout the shooting process. When you get to shoot, the Script Supervisor needs to be meticulous with detail, taking accurate notes of each scene and watching for any subtle changes or actions that could affect continuity.

This is an exciting and rewarding role for someone who enjoys the fast-paced world of television drama, who has a good understanding of scene timings and how to log accurately. In addition to working in a vibrant, friendly and creative setting, you will receive a competitive salary, brilliant benefits package, and be based in our fantastic Liverpool location.

Please click on the link to apply. The closing date for applications is  9 December 2020

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore encourage applications from groups that are underrepresented in the TV industry. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.

PQ Assistant Management Accountant

Are you a Part Qualified CIMA or ACCA accounts professional looking for a unique opportunity within an exciting industry? Then this could be the job for you!

Lime Pictures are currently looking for a PQ Assistant Management Accountant to work out of their busy Liverpool office. This is a brand-new permanent position to support the Finance Manager with operational processes and requirements for all Lime Pictures and Lion Television entities.

You will review current processes and implement improvements to assist with the overall efficiency of the department. You will assist with the month end close and act as the first point of contact for any second line requests in support of the Finance Manager.

We are looking for a dynamic people person who will bring with them additional skills and attributes to build on the future development and success of the team. You will thrive on being the go-to person and will have the ability to build positive relationships with an established team. You will have the ability and desire to assist the Finance Manager when required but will also be a great team player who is happy to take on more general tasks in order to get the job done.

This is a high-volume role across multiple sites and operations so excellent organisational skills and a cool head under pressure are essential. You will have the ability to work autonomously to proactively identify and prioritise multiple workloads in a fast turnaround environment and be confident to push back to stakeholders in an effective and respectful way with a problem-solving approach, when requests for payment cannot be made within the timescales requested.

The Finance team works with a diverse range of stakeholders across the whole business so the ability to communicate effectively, build positive relationships and constantly adapt to change in unusual times is a must.

Essentially you will have excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, knowledge of SAGE 500 and/or Octopus PMI is also highly desirable.

Success in this new role means continuous improvement of processes to ensure accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness, reducing the pressure on the wider team and stepping up when required. Working in TV production brings its own unique rewards. This is a potential future development opportunity for the right candidate in an exciting industry.

Please click on the link to apply. Closing date for applications is 4 December 2020.

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore encourage applications from groups that are underrepresented in the TV industry. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.

Accounts Assistant - Purchase Ledger

Lime Pictures have an exciting opportunity for an Accounts Assistant - Purchase Ledger to cover a period of maternity leave from January to September 2021, with potential for this to become permanent for the right person.

Working from our busy Liverpool office, you will ensure that all suppliers are paid correctly to agreed credit terms and month-end deadlines and reporting requirements are met. 

This is a high-volume, first line role across multiple sites and operations so excellent admin, organisational skills and a cool head under pressure are essential, as well as the proven ability to prioritise multiple workloads and meet deadlines. 

You will liaise with our London and Liverpool production teams regarding invoice/purchase order and payment queries, chasing unauthorised PO’s with Heads of Department when required, so we are looking for someone who is a confident communicator and relationship builder with the initiative to solve problems but also know when to escalate to ensure resolution.   As well as the usual Purchase Ledger tasks, you will be responsible for inputting weekly payment information from productions to ensure that all talent invoices are paid on time so you will need to liaise with agents and production teams to ensure issues are resolved in time for processing the daily and weekly BACS runs.

You will be a great team player and a champion of the finance department who is happy to take on more general tasks and cover other areas of the team when needed to get the job done.

Ideally you will have substantial experience in a similar role and will be able to hit the ground running.

Working in the TV production industry brings its own exciting and unique rewards. If this sounds like the perfect role for you, please click on the link to apply. Closing date for applications is 11 December 2020.

 

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore encourage applications from groups that are underrepresented in the TV industry. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.

Applications & Infrastructure Engineer - 3rd Line

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Applications & Infrastructure Engineer (3rd Line) to provide effective IT assistance and advanced IT support across all aspects of the business.

This is a brand-new role that will report directly into the Technology Manager, with regular communication with the Service Delivery Manager. You will be responsible for supporting and maintaining the technical infrastructure of the combined businesses of Lime Pictures (London and Liverpool), including Lion TV (London, Glasgow and NYC), Wise Owl Films (Leeds) as well as the applications which run on it.   You will be based predominantly out of Liverpool with some travel to London and Glasgow required.

The environment is primarily Windows Server and Desktop operating systems with a small, but growing Mac OS X footprint. The position provides exposure to a broad range of IT-related projects and activities enabling Lime to keep on a path of continued improvement.  Some key elements of the role include:

  • Escalate IT issues to the Technology Manager/Service Delivery Manager where necessary
  • Support, maintain and develop the Lime/LION IT Service Desk by acting as a senior escalation point.
  • The ability to explain technical challenges/solutions in a user-friendly format to both staff members, management & other key stakeholders

You will thrive on being the go-to person and will have the ability to build positive relationships with an established team and wide range of stakeholders at all levels of the business.  You will have strong technical and analytical skills and solid experience in problem analysis and resolution of hardware/software problems.

This is a high-volume role across multiple sites and operations so excellent organisational skills, a cool head under pressure and the ability to handle clients professionally during all interfaces are a must. 

You must have substantial proven experience in a third line capacity role, ideally in an environment of 200+ users and be comfortable with large scale deployment/ operations and installation configurations in a complex network environment. 

You will have a good understanding of Citrix XenDesktop, routing & switching (VLAN/LACP/Static & Dynamic Routing/802.1X Authentication, Layer 2/3, SIP) as well as Powershell & Automation

The IT Department is responsible for designing, supporting and maintaining the Lime & Lion IT corporate systems. The department prides itself on providing effective desktop support to all business users alongside continuously looking for new technology solutions to generate improvements and efficiencies across the business. We are looking for an innovative thinker who is positive, proactive, embraces change and thrives on working in a fast-paced, agile environment where critical thinking and strong problem-solving skills are required, to build on the future development and success of our team.

Working in TV production brings its own unique and exciting rewards.  If this sounds like the ideal opportunity for you then please click on the button below to apply. Closing date for applications is 4 December 2020.

 

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and therefore encourage applications from groups that are underrepresented in the TV industry. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.