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Location: New South Wales
Date Posted: 12/02/2018
Category: Producers    
Job Type: Full-Time
Close Date: Feb, 28 2018
Experience Level: 8+ Year(s)


The Aged Care Channel (ACC) works with national and international expert practitioners to develop and deliver topical, high quality, evidence-based educational video programs that promote and respond to the physical and psychological needs of Australia’s ageing population. Firmly established as a leading provider in the research, development and production of programs to support the implementation of best practice care, ACC is an independent membership driven and funded organisation.

Our professional video makers, instructional designers and learning support facilitators all have extensive expertise and experience in aged care and television production. Working in close collaboration they ensure delivery of a suite of high quality programs and resources to ACC members, as part of an annual program schedule.

We are currently looking for a Director/Producer who can work across multiple disciplines to deliver linear and interactive video programs, ensuring they meet clinical and educational content criteria and our mantra of ‘Engage, Inform, Inspire’. The role will initially be a 12 month contract with the view to permanent.

The successful applicant will have a proven track record (10+ years experience) in video production and be able to demonstrate the ability to direct mid-length scripts (15-20 minutes) in a structured and well-thought-out way, be a skilled television/video director with multi-genre capacity and will be equally adept working with actors and non-actors. Applicants with live multicam TV directing/switching experience are highly desired.

The ideal candidate will also be able to demonstrate the ability to deliver educational material in a meaningful way and be able to show an imaginative and collaborative approach from concept to completion. Willingness to take constructive guidance and feedback are also a must.

The role involves research, interviewing and field producing for our documentary-style programs, as well as directing our scripted and demonstrational style programs. A talent for building effective relationships with all stakeholders is key.

We are looking for someone who is able to collaborate with other members of the production team to deliver programs on schedule to a high standard. Applicants will also need to demonstrate the capacity to mentor more junior members of the production team, working closely with them to develop their skills.

Any successful applicant will be required to undergo an Australian Police check.

If this role sounds like you, please send your CV, examples of your work and a covering letter addressing the criteria to

Applications close Wednesday 28th February 2018.

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