Careers

Our people make Warner Bros. Set Lighting & Rigging the inspiring organisation it is today. Creative, talented and commercially savvy individuals offering a variety of skills and perspectives. We offer the kind of inclusive working environment where you’ll never stop learning. One that has a family-orientated culture, that’s passionate about developing our teams and individuals and the diversity of our workforce as a whole. We’re only 10 years of film and TV history and we’re also its future. There’s never been a more exciting time to join us.

DIMMING AND CONTROL APPRENTICE

Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, Hertfordshire

This Apprentice position involves all aspects of testing and preparation of dimming and control equipment for use on productions. General day to day activities will include the turnaround of rental items, cleaning, testing and preparing gear to go back out onto productions. This role is an opportunity to learn about every aspect of Set Lighting control gear including how items are used on productions, how they work internally and how we repair or program them ready for use on a production using the software and computing technology.

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WBSL REACH APPRENTICESHIPS

WBSL Reach is our dedicated Studio apprenticeship scheme. Offering a start in the world of film and TV, the scheme aims to provide a route into the industry without needing a specialised degree while gaining invaluable experience among experts in the field. There are apprenticeships across five key areas of the Studio; Client Services, Plumbing, Virtual Production, Set Lighting & Rigging, and Post Production at Warner Bros. De Lane Lea.

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Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden is one of the largest production facilities in the UK and we offer some of the biggest career opportunities in the industry. There’s never been a more exciting time to join us.

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