Socialfix Media is a digital marketing agency that specializes in website design and development, video production, content development, social media and search engine optimization. We are currently looking to fill a videographer/editor position in our Clinton, NJ location.
Experience: Must have at least 3 years experience in video production.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Capture live video and b-roll footage for clients on-location.
Utilize stock images, raw footage, static and motion graphics, screen captures, lower thirds, licensed music, voiceover, and sound effects to create unique and engaging videos.
Attend in-person video shoots on-location.
Make our clients feel comfortable and camera ready. Being on film can be intimidating.
Build concepts, storyboards, video outlines, and scripts.
Create and develop audio/visual content for customer videos and stories, internal videos, videos for social media and external promotion, product-focused videos, candidate recruiting videos, interviews, event wrap-ups, and other type of videos.
Set deadlines for rough and final drafts according to client expectations.
Create scripts, storyboards, and briefs.
Establish and set a timeline for milestone project deliverables.
Collaborate closely with clients and their project teams to help facilitate content creations.
Plan video shoots including scouting, selecting and reserving shoot locations.
Develop production schedules for all projects.
Keep video equipment in pristine condition.
Manage video library.
Work closely with internal team to brainstorm and come up with creative solutions to keep us on the cutting edge of video trends.
Research latest trends in video and editing.
Capturing a clean and balanced audio feed, while being aware of ambient noise, room noise, and other outside sources of noise that might be picked up in the background.
Must be extremely organized and have the ability to independently manage a large and constantly growing library of assets.
Knowledgeable of best export/encoding practices for delivery across a wide range of channels: Youtube, Vimeo, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, etc.
Aware of the latest software trends and plugins that enhance efficiency, creativity and workflow.
Experience building concepts, storyboards, video outlines, scripts, and other necessary pre-production documents.
Adaptable to changing duties.
Must be proactive.
Good sense of pace and timing.
Must pay very close attention to detail.
Ability to work closely with other team members.
Must be open to constructive criticism.
Must be comfortable traveling and working on location.
Must be comfortable occasionally working extended hours.
Experience with a drone and gimbal are a PLUS
Expert knowledge of Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Experience with motion graphics and animation.
Knowledgeable in Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
Confident in assessing the needs of a project and determining what blend of assets are needed, from video to motion graphics, etc.
Knowledgeable with a wide range of cameras and lenses, from DSLRs to cinema cameras.
Able to confidently move between a variety of cameras depending on the project scope and client’s needs.
Expert knowledge of Sony DSLR cameras as it pertains to videography and best video practices.
Knowledge and experience of lighting set-up, whether in studio or on location.
Comfortable recording quality audio and video simultaneously.
Must pay very close attention to detail whether it’s a hair out of place, makeup smears, or something in the background that just doesn’t look right.
Additional Information: Please include portfolio, reel, and/or examples of previous projects.
Compensation: Based on experience. Please include salary requirements and video reel in cover letter.
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