Job Description
Cwmni Da has been commissioned by S4C / BFI to produce a new Welsh language drama series for 9-13 year olds called Hei Hanes. We are looking for an individual to work as a member of the production team on this exciting new TV programme.

The successful candidate will join the team during the development phase and will experience the production process at various points throughout – depending on the successful candidate’s interests.

We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME are currently under-represented in the Welsh language television sector. We are keen to illustrate the history of Wales in all its diversity and an individual with knowledge and understanding of Welsh history from a BAME perspective would enrich our vision and help us achieve our goal.

The applicant does not have to have previous experience of working in the film and television sector – although this would be beneficial. The ability to speak and understand Welsh is essential for this post, but candidates do not need to have fluent Welsh.

Period: Specific dates between December 2020-August 2021. To be discussed.

Location: This post is based in Caernarfon, and some of the shooting will take place in Cardiff. We welcome applications from all over Wales. We can contribute towards travel and accommodation costs if required.

Salary: To be discussed according to experience and skills of applicant.

The Company
Cwmni Da is an independent production company based in Caernarfon. The company produce entertainment programmes, factual entertainment, sports, children, comedy and drama. The company’s productions have received awards all over the world and is renowned for its high production values. Among Cwmni Da’s latest productions are Deian a Loli, Bwyd Epic Chris, Garddio a Mwy, Pwy Geith y Gig and FFIT Cymru.

Applications
Please send an email with a CV and covering letter, telling us why you’re interested in joining the team to elin.tomos@cwmnida.tv no later than 5pm, Monday, 9 November