audiovisual (AV) assistant
audiovisual (AV) assistant – motion pictures and broadcasting
boom microphone operator
camera crane operator
continuity person – motion pictures and broadcasting
dolly operator – motion pictures and broadcasting
dolly pusher – motion pictures and broadcasting
dresser – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
duplicate-film examiner – motion pictures and broadcasting
entertainment stage rigger
film quality inspector
motion picture examiner
motion picture projectionist
movie theatre projectionist
production assistant – motion pictures and broadcasting
recording assistant – recording studio
rigger – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
scenic artist – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
scenic constructor – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
scenic painter – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
script person – motion pictures and broadcasting
second costumes assistant
special effects assistant
stage best boy
stage production worker
stage property person
technical assistant – audiovisual
theatre high rigger
wig assistant – motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
This unit group includes workers who perform support duties related to broadcasting and to the production of motion pictures and the performing arts. They are employed by television and radio stations and networks, recording studios, motion picture and video production companies and by theatre and stage companies.
The following is a summary of main duties for some occupations in this unit group:
Camera crane operators
Set up, assemble, adjust, maintain and replace reels and projector equipment; detect and repair mechanical and electrical problems; and change and install an electronic control panel using automated equipment.
Motion picture projectionists
Check the condition of the copy; set up and load film reels on movie theatre projection systems, adjust focus, sound levels and other projector and theatre settings; and maintain projection equipment.
Props persons and set builders
Assemble, repair, place, build and oversee props.
Distribute scripts to actors; keep detailed notes of all actions, positions and camera angles; and photograph and date scenes.
Grips and riggers
Rig, place, move and dismantle sets, backdrops, scenery and other stage equipment.
Clean, maintain, transport and store costumes, and assist performers to dress in costumes.
Provide support to the director and producer, and are responsible for various aspects of production such as preparing schedules, setting up equipment, and making travel arrangements to various shooting locations.
Source: Canada website