COLWYN BAY is among the clubs for whom the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League are looking to recruit and train cameramen or women to video league matches.
More than two thirds of the League’s clubs will soon be powered by ‘Pitchero Play’ and the Seagulls are among the clubs not yet covered.
Pitchero, the EVO-STIK NPL’s official website provider, announced in November that they are looking to recruit a league wide pool of official camera operators to film clubs in action for Pitchero Play’s weekly highlights show and other video initiatives planned for NPLTV in 2017.
Camera operators will be paid £25 per match to provide footage for the highlights show which was launched at the end of September to offer unprecedented coverage to supporters in one place after being trialled in the EVO-STIK NPL’s top flight last Easter.
After the success of their recruitment drive so far, Pitchero Play’s operations manager Tim Newton is now looking forward to candidates coming forward in the run-up to the festive season to fill their outstanding vacancies, which include Colwyn Bay.
Newton said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for people who love the game to be paid to get behind the camera and use the latest tech in the sports industry while watching football. The camera operator roles could suit a fan who just loves filming or somebody looking to get into media work so we’d encourage anyone to apply.
For more information and to apply visit: www.pitchero.com/blog/get-paid-to-use-the-latest-tech-in-the-sports-industry.