The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) and Netflix are seeking eight new recruits for the latest intake of the Netflix Assistant Production Accountant Training Scheme (NAPATS).

Run by film and TV drama production membership organisation, PGGB, the NAPATS scheme offers individuals with good accounting experience and a passion for film and TV the rare opportunity to access four weeks of intensive training in assistant production accounting, taught by industry professionals.

Successful trainees are then trained full time on Netflix productions over a 12-month period, supporting the work of production accountants and assistant accountants, with the chance to continue working for Netflix as a freelancer in the production accounts department afterwards.

Since NAPATS launched in 2018, a total of 22 individuals have undergone the training programme.

Applicants are required to have academic or vocational qualifications in accounting but will also be considered if they have an equivalent level of experience working in cashier, bookkeeper or similar junior financial administration roles

The Netflix Assistant Production Accountant Training scheme is now open for applications. For more information click here. Closing date for applications is 9am on Monday 22nd February 2021.

Jon Creamer

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