Video Producer and Editor
|Job title:||Video Producer and Editor|
|Location:||The Grange, Saunderton|
|Hours:||35 hours per week|
|Salary:||£23,000 per annum|
Are you a passionate and proactive video producer and editor who wants to use your skills to change the lives of deaf people?
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity that trains life-changing hearing dogs and provides a wide range of other personalised services to help deaf people and people with hearing loss.
We are currently looking for an experienced video producer and editor with a solid understanding of the importance of storytelling through video (and why this is so important for charities), to join its friendly, energetic and passionate Fundraising and Communications team.
You will be producing engaging and informative video content to attract and engage new and existing supporters to help the department deliver its communications and marketing objectives.
Reporting to the Head of Marketing, you’ll work collaboratively with the Senior Video Producer and Editor, and other members of the team, to produce compelling video for various platforms, including social media (both organic and paid), web and offline to tell the story of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and the people we help. You will also produce high quality video content to support our communications to beneficiaries and service users, and manage the storage and archiving of all video content.
This is a great opportunity to help change the lives of deaf people using your video production and editing skills and to work as part of a kind, people-focused charity.
The successful candidate will have:
- Experience of all aspects of pre-production (brief, idea creation and scheduling), filming (camera, lights, and sound), and post-production (editing, archiving and delivery)
- The ability to work in a busy, fast-paced environment and to be able to prioritise workloads
- A proven track record in producing high quality video content that tells a story and inspires support
- The ability to build good relationships with different teams across the charity and with the deaf people the charity helps
- Experience in still photography would be advantageous
How to apply
- Contact Recruitment at email@example.com for an application pack
- Please also provide a digital portfolio to show any video content you have previously produced.
Closing date and interviews
- Closing date 13th August.
- First interviews will take place from 23rd August (via Microsoft Teams)
- Second interviews will take place in person at The Grange, Saunderton and will include a short filming task and/or video editing task
Please note this role is mainly based at The Grange (Saunderton, Buckinghamshire) but will likely start off as a mix of office, home-based and on-location working following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Important to note
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. This is in relation to the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults. Applicants will therefore be required to disclose all convictions (spent and unspent), cautions, warnings and reprimands and any relevant non-conviction information. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure Check under the terms of the Police Act 1997 (Part V).