UK based Wildlife Film & Television Production Company

(Internships)



Please excuse us for being a little pre-emptive here, at the end of September 2018 we will be starting an independent wildlife film & television production company based in the UK; and we are looking for people wishing to undertake an internship with us, who would be interested in fulfilling one of the various positions listed below.
At present we are in Africa, however, we will be able to hold interviews in the months of January, February, June and September 2018.
We would be interested in hearing from people who have experience in film work, audio recording and editing.

If you are interested in any of the position listed, please email us explaining –
•   Why you think you would be good for the position
•   What you could offer / bring to the position
•   What your history in film or television production work is

To apply for this post, you must –
•   Be over 18 years of age
•   Have a keen interest in wildlife and wildlife conservation
•   Have a keen interest in working in film & video production
•   Be willing to undertake extended periods of time working / filming on location
•   Live in the United Kingdom
•   Hold a full UK driving licence
Please Note:  You do not need to have any camera or production equipment to apply for this position.

Positions we are offering:

Website & New Media Person:
We are looking for an intern to work on several websites we either have or are in the process of writing.
You need to know how to write pages in Adobe Dreamweaver (PHP) and Wix, as well as construct such items as information databases and populating lists.
Not only will you be working on websites for the Wildlife Film School, but also a wildlife conservation NGO we are working with in Africa.

Wildlife Film Newsletter (Researcher / Writer)
We are looking for an intern who is very interested in the world of video and video production equipment, who would be able to write freely about new equipment on the market, and make positive equipment comparisons. There may also be the requirement to make short demonstrational videos

Wildlife Ranger Service Newsletter (Researcher / Writer)
During our time in Africa we have become involved with the Wildlife Ranger Service in Tanzania, who we are now fundraising for. We would like someone who would write a monthly newsletter with updates; events the ranger service has encountered; wildlife stories from around the world.

Trainee Course Instructor:
We would like to hear from anyone who would like to train as a wildlife film course instructor; to work with us as an instructor on all of our future courses.
(Previous film, video or television production experience is required, and we will discuss this at the time of your application / interview)

Thank you for your time.

Ric Swift
Managing Director of the UK Wildlife Film School