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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Camera Crane Operator

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally gifted Camera Crane Operator with huge background in setting up, assembling, adjusting, maintaining and replacing reels and projector equipment; detecting and repairing mechanical and electrical problems; and changing and installing electronic control panel using automated equipment.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Over eight years experience.
  • Excellent and extensive knowledge of the requirements of the    relevant health and safety legislation and procedures.
  • Profound driving skills; high levels of alertness and    concentration.
  • Excellent communication skills; physical strength, stamina, co-   ordination and flexibility.
  • Remarkable ability to work independently and as part of a    team.
  • Strong interest in creating entertainment productions.
  • Exceptional creative talent and strong ability to innovate.
  • Profound problem-solving and interpersonal skills for dealing    with co-workers.
  • Uncommon attention to detail and ability to focus on    repetitive tasks.
  • Strong knowledge and ability to use computers.
  • Strong vision, hearing, and hand-eye coordination.
  • Excellent physical fitness and stamina, and mechanical ability.

    Professional Experience

    Emergence Studios Inc., Minneapolis, MN     2000 - Present

    Camera Crane Operator
    • Set up and operate all cranes on film productions. This involve working with a variety of equipment, ranging from a small jib arm, used to make slight camera movements up and down, to a massive 90 foot long crane for shooting huge crowd or action sequences.
    • Check over all the equipment on the day before the crane is required.
    • Drive vehicle carrying the crane to the studio or location on shooting days.
    • Assemble crane, and stand by for any shots that require the camera to be elevated.
    • Make the crane safe for the next day, or de-rig it if it is no longer required at the end of each working day.

    Emergence Studios Inc., Minneapolis, MN        1998 - 2000

    Television Camera Assistant
    • Set up cameras, selected and mounted lenses.
    • Acted as focus puller, i.e. kept the camera in focus.
    • Liaised with the script supervisor about details of shots.
    • Moved equipment around as required.
    • Operated a crane and counter balancing arm.
    • Looked after the safety and basic maintenance of the camera and cables attached.

    Education

    Certificate in Crane Operation
    City and Guilds (2000)

    High School Diploma (1998)




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