If you know anybody who knows anybody or you are that somebody, Movie Animals Protected (MAP)is looking for part-time on-call representatives to oversee the humane treatment and safety of animals in film & television.
Movie Animals Protected (MAP) is looking for part-time on-call representatives in Los Angeles (Santa Clarita and Long Beach areas) NYC, Atlanta, Vancouver, Boston area, Santa Fe, New Orleans, Australia, Mexico, Prague, and the U.K.
MAP supports and encourages voluntary compliance and deters noncompliance through education, awareness, and the fine art of persuasion. We’re looking for passionate, curious, dedicated, people with good personalities.
General Job Description
Monitor and ensure the safety and welfare of animals in film and television. Document the safeguards and communicate with trainers and production crew. Uphold MAP protocols and ensure animals are safe and treated humanely on film sets. Work with production companies and animal handlers to facilitate safe and humane performances by animals in film & television.
Work independently and as a team player within a wide variety of locations and unique circumstances
Identify hazards and risk factors associated with the use of animals and set circumstances
Educate and assist productions in the humane treatment of animals
Risk assessment of animal action, set or circumstances within filming parameters
Uphold MAP protocols for animal safety on film sets
Domestic and/or Exotic animal knowledge and experience
Understanding of animal behavior, health, and training
Thorough knowledge of animal safety guidelines. (will teach)
Excellent communication skills
Accurate report writing
Follow through and accountability
Pursue continuous learning with a desire to learn to keep up with new skills, knowledge, and various aspects of film production, animal training, and behavior
Collaborative and friendly
Problem solver, assertive, diplomatic and professional
To Be Considered for Productions with Horses you also must possess:
Comprehensive knowledge of equine and equine behavior
Identify hazards, then determine appropriate ways to eliminate the hazard, or control the risk when the hazard cannot be eliminated
Safety hazards associated with several equestrian activities, including horse racing, horse jumping, river crossings, rodeo, Historical Reenactment, carriage/harness driving, among others
Film Hazards associated with insert camera cars, battle scenes, horse falls and special effects including gunfire and explosions
You won’t see a list of company or corporate core values because we know corporations don't have values it's people who have values. The people in our company are a major influence on our future success. It’s important we curate a team to create a culture where people are caring, committed, accountable, and have a learning mentality.
Desired Personality Traits:
Plays well with others
Leaders - Lead yourself
Take Yourself Lightly, Take Your Work Seriously
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