A projectionist operates a movie projector to screen films in cinemas, outdoor venues and drive-in theatres.
Where projectionists are employed
The majority of jobs are located in metropolitan areas and employment is usually on a casual basis.
Full-time projectionists in South Australia generally earn between $600 and $799 per week.
In 2011 there were 34 people employed full-time as projectionists in South Australia compared with 36 in 2006.
How to become one
You can work as a projectionist without formal qualifications. You will probably get some informal training on-the-job. You can also do a traineeship in live production, theatre and events (technical operations). Ask your career adviser about starting this training at school.
For more information see traineeships.
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Career information has been sourced from government publications, see data sources
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