NAKED is looking for CASTING PRODUCERS/ ASSISTANT PRODUCERS/ CASTING RESEARCHERS for a REALITY SHOW

Naked, a Fremantle label, is seeking Casting Producers, Casting APs and Casting Researchers for a new reality challenge show we will be casting for in 2024 so if you have worked on shows like The Apprentice, The Traitors, Race Across the World, Squid Game: The Challenge or similar we want to hear from you! 

Contract lengths vary but most roles start in mid-April (with the possibility of some extensions until the end of September 2024). 

Some roles in the casting team may go on the shoot in House Team or Welfare positions so if you have experience in either please highlight in your covering letter. 

These are all London based roles and will include a mix of in-office and working from home.

To apply please send CV and covering email to  casting@nkdtv.com and put REALITY SHOW + the role you are applying for + your name in the subject line. 

Please also state where you saw the role advertised, thankyou.

CASTING PRODUCERS

  • Need a minimum of 3 Casting Producer credits
  • Must have a proven track record of managing a team, working with and casting big characters, highly proficient in using Adobe Premiere Pro, and have excellent organisational and pitching skills.

CASTING ASSISTANT PRODUCERS

  • Need a minimum of 3 Casting AP credits
  • Experience with editing using Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Established Casting Social Media accounts with excellent contributor networks.

CASTING RESEARCHERS

  • Need at least 2 Casting Researcher credits
  • Must have excellent communication skills
  • Must have a Casting Social Media account
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