Yes, I'm also available as a freelance cameraman for other people's productions, operating their equipment. As well as numerous other behind-the-scenes production-related jobs (technical direction, CCU operation, vision mixing, sound mixing, tape operations, et cetera).
I've over twenty-five years of experience in operating cameras from the big three-tube studio cameras (e.g. Philips LDK2, Sony BVP-360), down to the smaller on-the-shoulder-sized three-CCD ENG and EFP cameras. Live television, studio work, field work. Technical control and set-up. I even do the workshop alignments on my own cameras, modifications, and custom electronics engineering of other equipment for video production.
And I have a colleague with well over thirty years experience with the ABC, in Adelaide, from the days of shooting the news on black and white 16 mm film, through to the various modern digital camera systems.
Yes, I occasionally need to find extra cameramen to help me in my own jobs. But it's very sporadic, and usually only the low budget jobs, or when I need someone to replace one of our regulars. Mostly, it's only suitable for someone with a keen interest in video production, rather than a need for work.