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Junior Camera Operator

Role status:

Ceased being listed on 14 November, 2020

In return for:

GBP £22-37k per year


Based in Bristol, United Kingdom

BBC Studios Natural History Unit (NHU) is acknowledged as the leading maker of television and radio programmes on wildlife and natural history anywhere in the world.

Renowned for innovative production techniques, the makers of Planet Earth 2, Blue Planet 2 and Seven Worlds One Planet are now embarking on a new ambitious landmark series for major American broadcaster NBCU. Filming in multiple locations from the frozen Arctic to the southern tip of Patagonia we aim to capture engaging characters and reveal extraordinary new animal behaviour.

To help achieve the highest creative vision for blue chip natural history filmmaking, we’re offering up to three Junior Camera Operator positions of 12 months duration to individuals with experience of natural history filming and field wildlife observation. This is a unique opportunity to grow expertise in filming across a range of platforms including drone, time-lapse, and both wide angle and long lens gimbal photography– supported by the expertise of the NHU.

Express Interest