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ESPN's USC vs Stanford is Now Hiring Production Assistants

ESPN College Football Playoffs 2016

ESPN College Football Playoffs 2016

ESPN - USC vs. Stanford is now hiring a Production Assistant in Palo Alto, California.  

Producers are now hiring runners and production assistants to work on the upcoming game in Standform Stadium, Palo Alto, California. 

Hiring: 

  • Runner / PA

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ESPN - USC vs Stanford - Runner / Production Assistant

Date - 9/9/ - 9/10/22

Event - ESPN - USC vs Stanford

Location - STANFORD STADIUM, PALO ALTO, CA

Position - Runner / PA

Rate - $20 per hour guarantee of 8 hours plus OT

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What does a Production Assistant Do?

Production assistants (PAs) are responsible for various tasks on film and television sets. They may be required to do everything from fetching coffee to handling logistics for cast and crew. PAs typically work long hours in fast-paced environments.

The specific duties of a production assistant vary depending on the size and scope of the project. PAs may be responsible for a wide range of tasks on small productions. PAs may be assigned to specific departments such as cameras, wardrobes, or makeup on larger displays.

Typical duties of all PAs include:

-Assisting with set up and break down

-Running errands

-Transporting equipment

-Coordinating schedules

-Keeping track of inventory

-Maintaining production paperwork

PAs must be able to work long hours and handle a fast-paced environment. They should also be detail oriented and organized. Strong communication skills are also necessary, as PAs often need to relay messages between cast and crew members.

Those interested in becoming a PA should pursue a film or television production degree. Many production companies prefer to hire candidates with some formal education in the field. Additionally, internships or other on-set experiences can help you land a job as a PA.

Working as a production assistant (PA) is a great way to get your foot in the door of the film and television industry. PAs are responsible for various tasks on set, from fetching coffee to handling logistics for cast and crew. The specific duties of a PA vary depending on the size and scope of the project, but all PAs must be able to work long hours and handle a fast-paced environment. To become a PA, consider pursuing a film or television production degree. Many production companies prefer to hire candidates with some formal education in the field. Additionally, internships or other on-set experiences can help me land a job as a PA.

Working as a production assistant (PA) is a great way to get your foot in the door of the film and television industry. PAs are responsible for various tasks on set, from fetching coffee.

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