The following list provides an idea of some of the
jobs in the film, video and multimedia industry.
Where there is a relevant occupational description in Saskatchewan
Job Futures, you can click on the job to go directly to that
description. You’ll learn more about the occupation, including
education and training requirements, work duties, wage information
and employment trends.
National Occupational Classification (NOC) numbers follow the
job title. You can use the NOC numbers to look up the occupations
in the NOC.
Other related jobs include: office production assistant, production
secretary, drivers and many specific technical jobs.
The 1999 SMPIA survey showed that wardrobe and art departments
were the areas where the greatest need for trained people was
expected. There was varying response on the need for training
for workers in construction, general grips, producers, production
managers, props, set decorators and wardrobe assistants.
The positions for which there was no immediate need for additional
workers included office production assistant, production secretary,
basic drivers, trainee assistant director and camera trainee.
In new media, the need for trained multimedia programmers was
nearly twice that of any other job category. The next highest
demands were for video After Effects ® creators and 3-D
animators. Multimedia generalists such as basic HTML authors
and desktop publishers were not needed