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Adelaide, SA, AU, 5063


10 Paramount Australia & New Zealand is a division of Paramount International Networks, which in turn is a division of Paramount Global. 

Paramount is a global media & entertainment organisation with some of the best known and loved brands in the world. Employing over 1,700 people locally, and a further 25,000+ globally, we deliver premium content through multiple platforms for the young (and the young at heart of course!).

We pride ourselves on creating content that gets people talking. What’s more, you’ll find all these great shows (and more) on our free-to-air channels (10, 10 Peach, 10 Shake, 10 Bold), subscription channels (MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Comedy Central), our digital platform 10 Play and our new subscription video on demand service Paramount+.  


Enough about us! What you’ll do as a Camera Operator/Editor: 
As the Camera Operator/Editor you will be responsible for filming and editing daily news events to a high standard in a timely manner. 
Functions will also include: 
•    Working with Journalists as a team to achieve story requirements
•    Editing for News and News Specials under a strict time restraint
•    Dealing with the public and story talent in a respectful manner
•    Undertaking training with various technologies used in news gathering
•    Care of News Vehicle and equipment and reporting of faults.


What are we looking for in a Camera Operator/Editor? What’s important?  
•    Ideally 2 years’ experience in the News gathering field
•    Experience in general filming and editing in other similar fields / production etc
•    Available to work within a rotating roster (38 hour of shifts ranging from 06:30-14:30/ 08:00-18:00/ 08:30-18:30) 
•    Calm demeanour in high tension situations that may arise. 
•    Collaborate well with all staff in the newsroom and off input.
•    Motivated self-starter with a flexible approach to work patterns and duties.
Extra points for the following, but not necessarily required:  
•    Completion of a Media Course either in TAFE/Uni etc.
•    Experience working in Country Stations 


At 10 Paramount, there is no such thing as the 'perfect candidate’  

Seeing responsibilities and competencies laid out on paper can be confronting. At this stage of the recruitment process, sometimes imposter syndrome can creep in and mess with our confidence.  Please know that we list these items to give you an opportunity to show us your potential and how you can grow and transform with us. Your ability to demonstrate that you have the real potential to develop the required capabilities, knowledge, and experience to perform in this role is what we would like to hear from you. Where possible, you should support your claims with specific examples of what you have done, and how you did it. 


We embrace difference and we welcome applications from people of all backgrounds regardless of factors such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property or birth. These grounds also include age, nationality, marital status, disability, place of residence and sexual orientation. 10 Paramount recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First Peoples, and the Traditional Custodians of the land where we live and work. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging, and we are proud to live in a country which is home to the world’s oldest living cultures.