Due to high levels of film and TV drama production in the UK, Netflix, alongside The Production Guild, are looking to recruit eight trainees, with the right skills and experience, to work in the production accounts department on their productions across the UK.
Trainees will initially complete four weeks of intensive training in assistant production accounting, taught by industry professionals and run by The Production Guild. Successful trainees will then work on Netflix productions over a 12-month period, supporting the work of production accountants and assistant accountants.
Successful applicants will need to be available for four weeks of training starting on 3rd May 2021 and then for a further 12 months.
Duties will include sorting and distributing paperwork, inputting data, processing payments and general office admin. At the end of the programme, there will be an opportunity to continue working for Netflix productions as a freelancer in the production accounts department.
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HOW TO APPLY
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Application deadline: The closing date for application forms is 9am on Monday 22nd February. Online tests must be completed by 11am on 23rd February.
Course date: The training course will run from Monday 3rd May to Friday 28th May 2021 to be followed by 12 months working on Netflix productions.
Interviews: Interviews will be held at the start of w/c 15th March. Shortlisted candidates will also be asked to complete tests in English, Maths and Excel via Zoom during w/c 8th March.
Offers: We will seek to offer places on the programme (subject to references) by 22nd March.
Online tests: When we receive your application form, we will send you information about two on-line tests that must be completed by 5pm on 22nd February. One test is numeracy and the other is aptitude.
Course requirements: Applicants should have academic or vocational qualifications in accounting or an equivalent level of competence through work experience, for example as a cashier, bookkeeper or in a junior financial administration capacity. The training programme is full time