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Tv Presentation - Tellis Group

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Contact Phone: 09052909082
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-21
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Job Type: Full-time Responsibilities: Prior To The Broadcast,presenters May Be Involved Researching Topics And Background Information For Items To Be Featured On The Program.Planning And Reharsing Show,writing And Sometimes,memorizing Script,laising With Other Members Of The Production And Technical Teams, Requirements and Skills: Excellent Communication And Presentation Skils,performance Skils And A Clear Voice Ability To Generate Original Ideas Personable And Confhdent Manner. Minimum Qualification Requirements: ND/HND/B.SC Minimum Experience: less than 1 year Ad details A Broadcastb Presenter Is The Public Face Or Voice Of Programes Broadcast On Television,radio,and Internet. They Work On A Variety Of Platfoam Including Nation,regional,satellite And Cable Television,local And National Radio,online.

Singer Urgently Needed- Skylite Solution

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Contact Phone: 08128829994
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-22
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Iong lyrics during performances with the goal of entertaining audiences. Convey emotion including joy, sadness, revenge, heartbreak, or conflict in songs. Sing different styles, including pop, jazz, rhythm and blues, rock, or country. Arrange instruments to accompany vocals, such as piano or saxophone. Apply knowledge of harmony, melody, rhythm, and voice production during numbers. Rehearse with ensemble or director of production. Train or prep voice using different melodies and ranges. Project voice so all of audience can hear. Observe director's cues on stage. Study and memorize music. Provide backup vocals. Record demos of songs in studios. Work with producers to fine-tune songs or albums. Collaborate with a manager or agent who handles administrative details, finds work, and negotiates contracts. Research roles. Collaborate with creative directors to improve the sound and style. Go on tour with band or independently to promote music. Perform at festivals, theatrical productions, concerts, coffee shops, bars, or other venues. Give voice lessons to students interested in learning the art of singing. Write lyrics to songs. Commission songwriters to write lyrics. REQUIRED SKILLS: Communication skill Team work Analytical and problem solving skills Computer/technical literacy Leadership skill Academic competence EDUCATION QUALIFICATION: OND/ HND/Degree in the related Disciple.A professional Certificate is an added advantage MODE OF APPLICATION; Interested applicants should forward their CV to hr.skylitesolutions @gmail.com or forward Names,Qualifications,Post applying for and phone number to the message box or to the number displayed on this advert. Not adhering to this rule will lead to total disqualification, only the shortlisted will be contacted.

Actor/Actress- Gandg Concepts

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Contact Phone: 07036929083
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-21
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Responsibilities: performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast; liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers; keeping records for company managers. researching or undertaking activities to help prepare for a part; doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording audiobooks. managing the performance area, costumes and props; undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, ‘get-ins’ and ‘get-outs’at theaters setting up and dismantling the performance area. discussing interpretation and delivery with other members of the company and the director. performing for a live audience. working as a walk-on or extra for television or film. preparing for and attending auditions; learning lines and rehearsing; Requirements and Skills: GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS. Minimum Qualification Requirements: MINIMUM OF HND. Minimum Experience: 1 year Ad details An actor/actress communicates a character and/or situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to devise a character or improvise the reactions of a character to a situation. MODE OF ENTRY FORWARD CV to

Executive Ushers - Marine Alliance

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Contact Phone: 08150737646
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-21
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Responsibilities: Greet patrons upon entrance to the venue. Take coats and hats and check them in coatroom. Check tickets and provide guidance to seats. Show patrons where to find exits, bathrooms, and concession stands. Answer various questions. Ensure all patrons' needs are met. Seat patrons in an orderly fashion. Help eject disorderly or obnoxious patrons. Distribute programs or event schedules. Ensure everyone adheres to safety rules. Page individuals wanted at the box office. Stamp hands or give door checks to those needing to leave early but wish to return. Requirements and Skills: Ability to read small print. Ability to climb steps repeatedly Ability to descend/ascend ramps and inclines/declines Ability to stand for long periods of time. Work in a fast-paced, busy environment with environmental conditions such as noise, heights, dark/dim/absence of lighting. Ability to bend, stretch, reach and kneel without restriction. Communicate effectively in English. Must be able to open theater doors repeatedly throughout shift. Deal effectively with a wide variety of personalities an d situations requiring diplomacy, tact, friendliness, poise and firmness Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties Demonstrate an understanding of, sensitivity to and appreciation for the diverse ethnic, socio-economic, disability and gender diversity of guests and staff attending or working with the Performing Arts Center Maintain a professional, neat and well-groomed appearance, Work varied shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays Minimum Qualification Requirements: HND/Bsc degree Minimum Experience:2 years Ad details: Usher will help guests find seats during performances and ensure for the seating and the safety of guest in all venues such as workshop, training, seminar etc Mode of Application. Interested and qualified applicant should forward their details to the comment box for further information and contact on the job forward cv to marinealliance2000@gmail.com

Ushering/Modelling Jobs

Posted By: Administrator
Contact Phone: 08094948856
Job Location: Alimosho, Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-19
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Performance and specifications Job Type: Part-time Responsibilities: Vibrant young ladies and guys to usher in events;runways,etc Requirements and Skills: Patience,hardwork and commitment Minimum Qualification Requirements: SSCE Minimum Experience: less than 1 year Ad details Are you looking for an ushering job? Are u a model or want to be a model?!! Register today with us!VACS MODELS INTERNATIONAL is recruiting models and ushers nationwide. Get amazing ushering/modeling jobs every week. register with us today and start selecting jobs from our weekly job notification. we have available jobs nationwide *Ushering *Runway *VJ *Acting *commercials and bill board *Photoshoot for top brands and top fashion designers *International jobs also available For more info or sponsorship; Call/whatsapp; 08094948856

Modeling Opportunity -LionBridge

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Contact Phone: 08118475734
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-22
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JOB SUMMARY If you are an average size to slender female /Male and wish to do some modeling, whether you are an amateur or otherwise,Whether your goal is to start your own modeling portfolio, or earn a little extra cash,this is a great opportunity. Job Duties and Tasks for: "Model" 1) Apply makeup to face and style hair to enhance appearance, considering such factors as color, camera techniques, and facial features. 2) Display clothing and merchandise in commercials, advertisements, and/or fashion shows. 3) Dress in sample or completed garments, and select accessories. 4) Follow strict routines of diet, sleep, and exercise to maintain appearance. 5) Gather information from agents concerning the pay, dates, times, provisions, and lengths of jobs. 6) Pose as directed, or strike suitable interpretive poses for promoting and selling merchandise or fashions during appearances, filming, or photo sessions. 7) Pose for artists and photographers. 8) Promote products and services in television commercials, on film, or in videos. 9) Stand, turn, and walk to demonstrate features of garments for observers at fashion shows, private showings, and retail establishments.

Casting for beautiful Models- Kronicles

Posted By: Administrator
Contact Phone: 09029512143
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-10-1
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Galaxy Entertainment is casting for MODELS who will feature in billboards and grace Our runway in December ,also we need models for ushering jobs.casting Is on the 10th October for inquiries call

Actor and Actress- Kol crest

Posted By: Administrator
Contact Phone: 08151556414
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-20
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Job Type: Full-time Requirements and Skills: minimum of OND qualifications Minimum Experience: 1 year Ad details Job seeking and networking; liaising with an agent; preparing for and attending auditions; learning lines and rehearsing; researching or undertaking activities to help prepare for a part; discussing interpretation and delivery with other members of the company and the director; performing for a live audience; performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast; doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording audiobooks; managing the performance area, costumes and props; undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, 'get-ins' and 'get-outs' at theatres (i.e. setting up and dismantling the performance area); liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers; keeping records for company managers; working as a walk-on or extra for television or film.

Acting Job - Standview Inc

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Contact Phone: 09068794783
Job Location: Lagos
Contact by date: 2017-05-20
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Responsibilities Work activities vary depending on the actor and also the specifics of each contract, but will usually include varying combinations of the following: job seeking and networking; liaising with an agent; preparing for and attending auditions; learning lines and rehearsing; researching or undertaking activities to help prepare for a part; discussing interpretation and delivery with other members of the company and the director; performing for a live audience; performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast; doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording audiobooks; managing the performance area, costumes and props; undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, 'get-ins' and 'get-outs' at theatres (i.e. setting up and dismantling the performance area); liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers; keeping records for company managers; working as a walk-on or extra for television or film. It is essential to realise that, on average, actors spend about 80% of their working life 'resting' (i.e. not employed as an actor), so it is important to have other ways of being occupied and generating an income Requirements and Skills: On this profile Job profile Actor Responsibilities Salary Qualifications Skills Work experience Career prospects Related jobs and courses View all performing arts vacancies Add to favourites An actor communicates a character or situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to devise a character or improvise the reactions of a character to a situation. Work varies enormously, from live stage performances of the classics and community theater, to soap operas, radio work, television advertising and film parts. As well as providing entertainment, an actor's role may also involve education, training or therapy. An acting career inevitably incorporates periods of unemployment, underemployment and alternative employment. Responsibilities Work activities vary depending on the actor and also the specifics of each contract, but will usually include varying combinations of the following: job seeking and networking; liaising with an agent; preparing for and attending auditions; learning lines and rehearsing; researching or undertaking activities to help prepare for a part; discussing interpretation and delivery with other members of the company and the director; performing for a live audience; performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast; doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording audiobooks; managing the performance area, costumes and props; undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, 'get-ins' and 'get-outs' at theatres (i.e. setting up and dismantling the performance area); liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers; keeping records for company managers; working as a walk-on or extra for television or film. It is essential to realise that, on average, actors spend about 80% of their working life 'resting' (i.e. not employed as an actor), so it is important to have other ways of being occupied and generating an income. Salary Equity, the trade union for professional performers and other creative workers, negotiates minimum wages for its members, with minimum rates depending on the type of employment, location and number of performances. Equity members are entitled to a subsistence allowance while touring. Equity provides a careers information service for members. For some roles agreed minimum rates may be set, whereas for other roles pay rates may vary significantly. The Equity membership fee is payable on a sliding scale as a percentage of the previous tax year's gross earnings from your professional work (including royalties, repeats and residuals). Details of fees are located on the Equity web pages. If you are currently studying on a higher education full-time course in performance, or a related subject lasting one year or longer, you may be eligible for student membership. Many actors sign up with an agent, who may be able to negotiate higher wages, but will take a percentage of earnings as a fee. The percentage taken varies according to the type of work, e.g. theatre or television. Agents vary considerably, and securing an agent is itself a competitive process, involving networking and often inviting agents to see you perform, or sending them a 'showreel' of your TV or film work. Very few people become wealthy through acting, although for some the rewards can be immense. Earnings are not necessarily linked to experience or qualifications. Income figures are intended as a guide only. Working hours Working hours may be long and unsocial. While on tour, an actor may be travelling and setting up scenery during the day and performing at night. Television and film work often involve very early starts and late finishes. What to expect Actors usually work indoors in theatres or television studios, although some contracts will require actors to work outdoors, for example some film and television work and street theatre. Actors are frequently self-employed for tax purposes. Not all employers pay National Insurance contributions. Many actors employ an accountant. Accurate record-keeping skills are essential. The lifestyle implications are considerable. Time spent away from home is an inevitable part of the job. Disruption to home and social life may be unavoidable. Many actors leave the profession because of difficulties finding work. Actors may find themselves working all over the UK and abroad. Auditions are usually held in London or other major cities and actors may be required to attend them at very short notice. Once you have demonstrated you are professional and good to work with this may count in your favour, as recommendation by word of mouth is very common. Related case studies Dani Moseley Actress and writer Qualifications Although specific training may not be a formal requirement, a very large and increasing number of actors have undertaken formal training in acting or the performing arts. A degree or HND in these areas may help to improve your chances of following a career in acting, largely due to any practical course work involved, but acting is open to all and many successful actors do not have a drama degree. Students of other disciplines may gain acting experience through drama societies and actors often have links with other performing disciplines such as music. Courses at specialist drama, dance or other performing arts schools tend to be very vocational and practical in nature. Postgraduate study is not essential but may be a useful way of gaining more skills, experience and contacts. Entry is competitive and courses are intensive. A number of institutions offer a one-year MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Acting, or there are summer schools or short courses focusing on a particular element of acting, e.g. accent and dialogue coaching, stage combat, Shakespeare. Minimum Qualification Requirements: On this profile Job profile Actor Responsibilities Salary Qualifications Skills Work experience Career prospects Related jobs and courses View all performing arts vacancies Add to favourites An actor communicates a character or situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to devise a character or improvise the reactions of a character to a situation. Work varies enormously, from live stage performances of the classics and community theatre, to soap operas, radio work, television advertising and film parts. As well as providing entertainment, an actor's role may also involve education, training or therapy. An acting career inevitably incorporates periods of unemployment, underemployment and alternative employment. Responsibilities Work activities vary depending on the actor and also the specifics of each contract, but will usually include varying combinations of the following: job seeking and networking; liaising with an agent; preparing for and attending auditions; learning lines and rehearsing; researching or undertaking activities to help prepare for a part; discussing interpretation and delivery with other members of the company and the director; performing for a live audience; performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast; doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording audiobooks; managing the performance area, costumes and props; undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, 'get-ins' and 'get-outs' at theatres (i.e. setting up and dismantling the performance area); liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers; keeping records for company managers; working as a walk-on or extra for television or film. It is essential to realise that, on average, actors spend about 80% of their working life 'resting' (i.e. not employed as an actor), so it is important to have other ways of being occupied and generating an income. Salary Equity, the trade union for professional performers and other creative workers, negotiates minimum wages for its members, with minimum rates depending on the type of employment, location and number of performances. Equity members are entitled to a subsistence allowance while touring. Equity provides a careers information service for members. For some roles agreed minimum rates may be set, whereas for other roles pay rates may vary significantly. The Equity membership fee is payable on a sliding scale as a percentage of the previous tax year's gross earnings from your professional work (including royalties, repeats and residuals). Details of fees are located on the Equity web pages. If you are currently studying on a higher education full-time course in performance, or a related subject lasting one year or longer, you may be eligible for student membership. Many actors sign up with an agent, who may be able to negotiate higher wages, but will take a percentage of earnings as a fee. The percentage taken varies according to the type of work, e.g. theatre or television. Agents vary considerably, and securing an agent is itself a competitive process, involving networking and often inviting agents to see you perform, or sending them a 'showreel' of your TV or film work. Very few people become wealthy through acting, although for some the rewards can be immense. Earnings are not necessarily linked to experience or qualifications. Income figures are intended as a guide only. Working hours Working hours may be long and unsocial. While on tour, an actor may be travelling and setting up scenery during the day and performing at night. Television and film work often involve very early starts and late finishes. What to expect Actors usually work indoors in theatres or television studios, although some contracts will require actors to work outdoors, for example some film and television work and street theatre. Actors are frequently self-employed for tax purposes. Not all employers pay National Insurance contributions. Many actors employ an accountant. Accurate record-keeping skills are essential. The lifestyle implications are considerable. Time spent away from home is an inevitable part of the job. Disruption to home and social life may be unavoidable. Many actors leave the profession because of difficulties finding work. Actors may find themselves working all over the UK and abroad. Auditions are usually held in London or other major cities and actors may be required to attend them at very short notice. Once you have demonstrated you are professional and good to work with this may count in your favour, as recommendation by word of mouth is very common. Related case studies Dani Moseley Actress and writer Qualifications Although specific training may not be a formal requirement, a very large and increasing number of actors have undertaken formal training in acting or the performing arts. A degree or HND in these areas may help to improve your chances of following a career in acting, largely due to any practical course work involved, but acting is open to all and many successful actors do not have a drama degree. Students of other disciplines may gain acting experience through drama societies and actors often have links with other performing disciplines such as music. Courses at specialist drama, dance or other performing arts schools tend to be very vocational and practical in nature. Postgraduate study is not essential but may be a useful way of gaining more skills, experience and contacts. Entry is competitive and courses are intensive. A number of institutions offer a one-year MA/Postgraduate Diploma in Acting, or there are summer schools or short courses focusing on a particular element of acting, e.g. accent and dialogue coaching, stage combat, Shakespeare. Minimum Experience: 2 years Ad details An actor communicates a character or situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to devise a character or improvise the reactions of a character to a situation. Work varies enormously, from live stage performances of the classics and community theatre, to soap operas, radio work, television advertising and film parts. As well as providing entertainment, an actor's role may also involve education, training or therapy. An acting career inevitably incorporates periods of unemployment, underemployment and alternative employment. Mode of Applications Submit resume on line to Forward details: name, age, qualifications, contact address and mobile number, years of experience to Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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