QVC is looking for a dynamic and passionate intern to support our Lighting Department in West Chester! You will apply basic television lighting design concepts.
Grip / Lighting / Electric
Live Event / On Location Services
Greater Philadelphia Area
Jan 18, 2024
May 20, 2024
Aug 09, 2024
QVC is looking for a dynamic and passionate intern to support our Lighting Department in West Chester!
The Lighting department as a whole is in charge of making sure that the lighting for all the sets is accurate and that other departments are trained in using lighting equipment such as lighting consoles and construction lifts. The Lighting team is composed of Lighting Designers and Lighting Engineers. The Lighting Designers are in charge of how the lighting looks and the Lighting Engineers are in charge of how the lighting works. The Lighting Designers maintain all static lighting looks, create lighting looks for new or specialty shows, and assist with Skype test check-ins. The designers also assist with Content and Integrated Productions either with lighting or as camera ops.
QVC is providing a full-time, paid summer internship that runs from 5/20/2024 to 8/09/2024. With a weekly commitment working onsite Monday through Friday.
Light Design Responsibilities
- You will apply basic television lighting design concepts.
- You will light console programming checks on sets.
- You will assist with the set check.
- You will assist with lighting design and plot updates.
Lighting Engineering Responsibilities
- You will assist with preventative maintenance items.
- You will assist with lighting repairs.
- You will assist with equipment tests and evaluation.
- You will provide support for the entire lighting team through regular hands-on work in the studio.
- You will help with on-set cable cleanup.
- You will conduct inventory checks of expendable items (gel, gaff tape).
- You will organize and clean the lighting shop.
What You Bring
- You must be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student enrolled in an accredited college, university, or master's program.
- You are currently enrolled in a degree program for film production, theater, media studies, communication, or related fields.
- You have a basic knowledge of several lighting fixtures and effects and their applications, television and entertainment lighting, and color temperature.