Job Title: Covid Liaison
Location: WFH / 17-18 Hayward Place, London, EC1R 0EQ
Reports to: Head of Production
Contract Type: 6 month contract with possible extension
Start date: ASAP
SISTER is looking to recruit a Covid Liaison to join our in-house team on a 6 month contract. Reporting to the Head of Production, the position involves keeping abreast of the latest national guidance and industry advice and applying it to our covid protocols. Liaising with all SISTER Productions and ensuring that protocols and updates are adhered to, recognising common issues in relation to Covid safe working and addressing them in consultation with H&S, the Covid Supervisors and the production company, trouble shooting and researching and liaising with the broadcasters to make sure that we are adhering to their guidance also. Updating company protocols and advising on suppliers, services and available products. This is a work from home position (currently) with some set visits.
The ability to drive would be helpful but not essential.
We are committed to finding and working with talent from all backgrounds and providing opportunities and a supported route for all new talent considering a career in our industry. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applicants from under-represented groups in our industry. This role is advertised as a full-time role but we are open to flexible working requests.
- Team-oriented and organised
- Positive and solution-focused
- Flexible and comfortable with change
- A strong communicator - both verbal and written
- Calm under pressure
SISTER was co-founded by Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone to develop, produce and invest in visionary storytellers. SISTER builds upon Featherstone’s Emmy Award-winning scripted indie, Sister Pictures, as a new global entity with offices in London and LA. It unites the expertise of the founders alongside a team of renowned creatives to make breakout stories for multiple platforms.
Adding to the success of a slate of hit shows including Chernobyl (Sky/HBO) and Giri/Haji (BBC/ Netflix), SISTER is currently producing adaptations of Naomi Alderman’s literary phenomenon The Power for Amazon Studios and Adam Kay’s international best seller, This is Going to Hurt for the BBC. Additionally, SISTER is making Landscapers for Sky and HBO in association with South of the River Pictures. This is the first project from the independent scripted production company set up by Olivia Colman, Landscapers screenwriter Ed Sinclair and co-founder, Tom Carver in which SISTER has taken a minority stake.
SISTER has also made investments in new creator-led businesses including Campside Media, a podcast studio built around three award-winning journalists, and AWA Studios, a first-of-its-kind comic book and digital media publisher.
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