This is a 1 year temporary assignment
Must have digital portfolio / demo reel on resume
Local candidates only please
Must have proof of eligibility to work in the US
Our client makes global business leaders smarter, faster with breaking news, expert opinion and proprietary data delivered on every platform, across every time zone. With over 2,300 news professionals in 150 bureaus across 73 countries. You can do amazing work here. Work you couldn't do anywhere else. It's up to you to make it happen!
An exceptional Editor to produce advertising promos for our Fortune 500 Media Company, its products and brands.
What we are looking for:
A highly creative and technically well versed in post-production techniques, capable of working on multiple complex projects and able to deliver high quality pieces.
Will work directly with our Client's Marketing Studio Art Directors and Copywriters, who develop campaign approaches and supply storyboards as the framework for creative.
Produce and deliver under high intensity, short deadline pressure.
We'll trust you to:
Translate and locate footage/asset needs based on conceptual creative boards.
Edit, mix, and export to various specs.
Work closely with multiple stakeholders to track down necessary creative assets.
Work directly with Art Directions and Copywriters, while following storyboards.
Fluent in Adobe Premiere Pro. Animation skills and Adobe AfterEffects a plus.
You need to have:
Excellent video and audio editing skills.
A critical eye for film and typography.
A highly developed sense of editing and timing.
Fluent in broadcast operations and TV promo workflows.
Extreme attention to detail and excellent judgment to QC content (footage, music, titles).
4+ years at boutique post-production facility or creative internal studio
An ability to work in ENPS.
Experience shooting video and stills a plus.
Experience working in a fast-paced, quick turnaround environment
Must be a motivated self-starter, able to guide a project from concept to completion
Portfolio with recent work including trailers and tv promos :15s and :30s
We’d love to see: